With four draws from four rounds of play in the Champions League’s toughly contested Group C, and still with realistic prospects of a berth in the competition’s second phase, AEK will be pushing for victory in Athens tonight against Belgium’s Genk. Currently placed third, and one point behind second-placed Roma, AEK would bolster its chances of snatching the group’s runner-up spot from its Italian rival, and a qualifying berth, with a win tonight. Defending champion Real Madrid, a favorite for the European title, is first, three points ahead of Roma, and Genk, last, with two points. «We’re going to chase victory in a game that requires tremendous care,» AEK’s coach, Dusan Bajevic, said yesterday. «We’re playing at home and will have the support of fans. We know that even with a draw we stand a chance of qualifying, but we want victory,» he added. Bajevic said no changes would be made to the team that held Real Madrid to a 2-2 draw in Spain last week. Commenting on AEK’s Belgian opponent, Bajevic warned that Genk was a good team capable of inflicting damage. «They played well against Roma and had plenty of chances against a mighty opponent,» Bajevic said, referring to last week’s scoreless draw in Rome. In tonight’s other Group C game, Real Madrid faces Roma in Madrid. A victory for the Spaniards would benefit AEK, which travels to Rome on November 12 for what is building up into a do-or-die encounter for both AEK and Roma. Only a home defeat by AEK, coupled with a Roma win, would render the match irrelevant.