AEK soccer club chairman Dimitris Melissanidis was on Tuesday the latest witness to be called to give evidence as part of a trial into corruption in the sport.
The businessman was the penultimate witness.
His testimony is due to be followed on Wednesday by lawyer Alexis Kougias, who also has a long involvement in club ownership.
After that, anti-corruption magistrate Giorgos Andreadis is due to begin calling the 16 defendants to give evidence.
Seven of them face charges of forming a criminal organization that aimed to affect the outcome of matches.