Greece is looking to maintain their 100 per cent clean record in the UEFA Nations League before facing Cyprus on Saturday.
While Greece have already secured promotion as League C Group 2 winners, the hosts, have not yet had a victory in the group and face the prospect of relegation to the fourth tier.
Ranked 108th in the world by FIFA, Cyprus only hold two points from their first four matches.
In the hope to pull Cyprus from the bottom of the League Group Nikos Kostenoglou has been replaced by former Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Temur Ketsbaia, who won 52 caps for Georgia as a player.
The hosts have lost seven of their last eight meetings against Greece, with a 2-1 friendly victory back in November 2001.
Greece on the other hand are one of only four teams who have won all of their group games in the Nations League this campaign, scoring seven goals.
Greece finished third and then second in their first two Nations League campaigns, but Gus Poyet has steered them to top spot this time around and they are the only nation to have already secured promotion after four fixtures.
With no World Cup to prepare for, the pressure is off for Greece this month, but a victory against Cyprus would see them put together a five-game winning streak for the first time since 2013.
Cyprus possible starting lineup:
Panagi; Roberge, Gogic, Katelaris; Panagiotou, Kastanos, Artymatas, Ioannou; Christofi, Tzionis; Sotiriou
Greece possible starting lineup:
Vlachodimos; Baldock, Mavropanos, Chatzidiakos, Tsimikas; Bouchalakis, Siopis, Bakasetas; Chatzigiovanis, Giakoumakis, Masouras