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The Greek government Tuesday ordered the lifting of the suspension for Superleague matches after more than two weeks following the pitch invasion of a gun-carrying club president.The Superleague disciplinary body is expected to announce its decisions on PAOK later this week, which could include a points reduction for the team and a stadium ban for its club boss.Both PAOK and AEK are title contenders and any points reduction as part of PAOK's punishment could cost the northern Greek club the championship.AEK are currently top of the table on 54 points from 24 matches with PAOK in second place on 52 from 23 games.
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