Denizlispor predictions with latest odds and stats
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Last year, Denizlispor finally managed to come back into the top flight. Though they were a Super Lig regular for decades, financial turbulence brought about a period of instability.
They ended up with 9 consecutive seasons in the second flight – but things finally seem to be looking up for the roosters. The 14th place they earned in 2019/20 wasn’t that bad, all things considered. It’s certainly the best placement they nabbed since 2008.
Still, their goals should be fairly modest for the coming 2020/21 Super Lig season. Survival is the name of the game here – especially at odds of 3001 to take the title, as per the world’s top online bookmakers.
Denizlispor Key Players
Unsurprisingly, Denizlispor go through so many changes each season that it’s difficult to keep track.
This year, they got their hands on an impressive attacking trio in the form of Neven Subotic, Ángelo Sagal, and Mathieu Dossevi. In theory, this should give them a wide formation with plenty of options for penetrating the opponents’ defences.
That said, it’s quite an unusual approach for a team in Denizlispor’s position. Generally, league underdogs opt for strong defences and build up from there. Relative to other clubs in this part of the table, The Roosters seem fairly aggressively-oriented.
Their most prominent defender is Fabiano, who came over from Brazil’s top-flight. The signing of Nottingham Forest’s Costel Pantilimon also means the goalkeeper’s position will be better-manned compared to last year.
It’s not very often that a club in Turkey, especially in the Super Lig, does not have a special kind of rivalry established with any other in the country, but that seems to be the case with Denizlispor. Based in a relatively small town of Denizli in the south-west of the country, they’ve never particularly stood in the way of any other club. They’ve always been considered just another opponent, and no more.
In 1966, clubs called Celik Yesilspor Genclik and Pamukkale Genclik joined forces to form Denizlispor Kulubu, which was little known in the city of Denizli for a while. They were eventually registered with the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) under the name of Denzilispor Youth Club, and admitted to the federation’s second division.
They stayed there for 17 years, coming close to promotion on several occasions in that time, but it was in 1983, under the joint managerial leadership of Halil Gungordu and Dogan Andac, that they finally managed it by finishing at the top of the league.
Denizlispor’s maiden season in the Super Lig ended with a respectable seventh-place finish, which was repeated in 1986/87, but they ended the following campaign 17th which, unfortunately, meant relegation. Their path has been pretty much like that ever since, leading up and down through the ranks of the top two divisions. Their best ever league position, 5th in the Super Lig, came twice: in 2001/02 and 2003/04, The top furthest they’ve managed to go in the Turkish Cup has so far been the semi-final, which they reached for two years in a row (2005 and 2006).