Bentil in action. Photo Courtesy: Panathinaikos can confirm Greek side Panathinaikos ranks 12th in the 2020-2021 EuroLeague standings ahead of tonight’s game against Fenerbache.

Ghana Power Forward Ben Bentil’s Panathinaikos side takes on the Turkish club at 18:00 GMT at the Nikos Galis Olympic Indoor Hall in Athens.

Panathinaikos v Khimki Photo Courtesy: Panathinaikos

The Greek team has won one of three games played thus far and sits in 12 out of 18 places in the ongoing continental championship.

Lithuanian side Zaudis Kaunas leads the standings with four wins out of four games and the remaining teams in the top five spots have played four games this season.


Bentil is likely to compete in tonight’s game since he has featured in all three games for Panathinaikos so far this season; his minutes were limited in losses to Olympiakos and Barcelona.

However, Bentil registered 11 points, two rebounds and a steal in 11 minutes in the opening game of the campaign as Panathinaikos beat Russian side Khimki 78-76.

Fenerbache ranks ninth with two wins in four games.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


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