Olympiacos traveled to Thessaloniki again to face PAOK (this time for Greek A1) but they will be worried more about their captain Teo Papaloukas than the game itself as he was sent back to Athens to pass tests to determine whether he has swine flu or not.
Papaloukas did not feel well this morning and the team's doctors saw some symptoms of swine flue and to be sure they sent him back to Athens for further medical exams. If Papaloukas is infected with the swine flue he will miss Olympiacos' game against Partizan in mid-week and mayb even the game against Panathinaikos next weekend.
Kostas Papanikolaou, Big Sofo and Josh Childress have all had swine flue so far.
*Editor's note: Papaloukas has now been confirmed to have infected with the H1N1 virus. He will definitely miss Olympiacos' game against Partizan Belgrade while his participation in the local derby against Panathinaikos next Sunday is now in question, with predictions giving him 50-50 chances to make it.
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