Turkey Super Lig betting tips and odds

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Super Lig Standings

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  • Rizespor
  • 13
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  • Konyaspor
  • 13
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  • 13
  • 20
  • -7
  • 13
  • L D L L L
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Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği

Kickoff starts at 18:30 on 06/12/2019 played @ Ülker Stadyumu Fenerbahçe Şükrü Saracoğlu Spor Kompleksi refereed by Ali Şansalan

Fenerbahçe Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Göztepe - Fenerbahçe
  • (1:1)
  • 2:2
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Yeni Malatyaspor - Fenerbahçe
  • (0:0)
  • 0:0
  • 08/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Kasımpaşa
  • (2:1)
  • 3:2
  • 03/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Fenerbahçe
  • (0:0)
  • 1:0
  • 26/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Konyaspor
  • (3:1)
  • 5:1

Gençlerbirliği Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 29/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (0:1)
  • 3:3
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Gençlerbirliği
  • (0:0)
  • 1:2
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Kayserispor
  • (1:0)
  • 2:1
  • 02/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Konyaspor - Gençlerbirliği
  • (1:0)
  • 1:1
  • 27/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Denizlispor
  • (0:1)
  • 0:2

Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği
  • (0-1)
  • 2-2
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği
  • (1-0)
  • 3-0
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği
  • (1-0)
  • 2-1
  • 14/15
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği
  • (0-0)
  • 2-1
  • 13/14
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği
  • (0-0)
  • 2-0

Gençlerbirliği - Fenerbahçe Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Fenerbahçe
  • (1-1)
  • 1-2
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Fenerbahçe
  • (1-0)
  • 1-2
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Fenerbahçe
  • (0-1)
  • 0-1
  • 14/15
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Fenerbahçe
  • (1-0)
  • 2-1
  • 13/14
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Fenerbahçe
  • (0-0)
  • 0-1

Fenerbahçe - Gençlerbirliği odds

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  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 1.40
  • X : 4.25
  • 2 : 6.50
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  • 1 : 1.38
  • X : 4.25
  • 2 : 6.00
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  • 1 : 1.43
  • X : 4.35
  • 2 : 6.75
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  • 1 : 1.39
  • X : 4.80
  • 2 : 7.20
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  • William Hill
  • 1 : 1.42
  • X : 4.40
  • 2 : 7.00
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  • 1 : 1.40
  • X : 4.20
  • 2 : 6.00
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* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Fenerbahce betting

Fenerbahce Odds

Fenerbahce may be the most successful club in Turkish league football ever, but the last time they were crowned national champions was in 2013/14. They’ve almost always been close to the very top, though last season saw them finish in a disappointing sixth place.

European places aside, it’s always been the title or nothing for this club, and that’s what they’ll be aiming for this season, just like any other. They are currently on 2.75 betting odds to succeed, with only Galatasaray on a shorter price. Not that it means the league will be a walk in the park for either of these teams, of course.

Fenerbahce Key Players

Given that the results of 2018/19 weren’t exactly satisfactory, the squad went through an extensive overhaul over the summer. There were some very notable names both outgoing (centre-back Martin Skrtel, midfielder Mathieu Valbuena) and incoming (strikers Max Kruse and Vedat Muriqi, midfielder Luiz Gustavo).

Head coach Ersun Yanal is set to put his faith in the 21-year-old Altay Bayindir when it comes to the place between the posts. Though Skrtel is gone, Adil Rami has come from Olympique Marseille to take his place in the back line, along with Zanka who joined from Huddersfield Town.

Being a former Brazil international, Luiz Gustavo surely walks straight into the starting XI here, along with his compatriot Jailson. Tolga Cigerci is also an important screw in the machinery, but there can be no doubt whatsoever about whose word is the law in that midfield section, with captain Emre Belozoglu, a legend of Turkish football, still going strong at the age of 39.

Muriqi and Kruse are likely to battle it out throughout the campaign for the role of the main man up front, but winger Victor Moses, on loan from Chelsea, should not be forgotten either.

Fenerbahce Rivalry

The rivalries between the three Istanbul clubs are known as among the fiercest in the world of football.

Fenerbahce, Galatasaray and Besiktas are referred to as ‘the big three’ of Turkish football, the three clubs that rise miles above the rest. Fenerbahce lead the way with 28 league titles in total, counting both the Super Lig established in 1959 and the previous National Championship. Galatasaray are next with 23, while Besiktas hold 20.

The enmity between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray is the fiercest one, with both sets of supporters holding a significantly lesser grudge against Besiktas than against each other. The clashes between them are referred to as the Intercontinental Derby, with Fenerbahce’s Sukru Saracoglu Stadium lying in the Asian part of the city, and Galatasaray’s Turk Telekom Arena in the European.

In 1934, a game between these clubs was abandoned as the supporters started a full-scale riot, and that’s when the enmity started. Violence has, sadly, often been a side-effect of their games since.

Fenerbahce History

With the Ottoman rule of Turkey being incredibly strict in those days and Turks forbidden from forming football clubs or practising the English game, Fenerbahce was founded in secret in 1907 in the Kadikoy district of Istanbul. They joined the Istanbul Football League two years later, and their first tangible success came in 1911/12, when they managed to win the competition.

They went on to win it 16 times in total, which was a record, as well as the six trophies of the Turkish National Division and the former Turkish Football Championship. The year of 1959 saw the formation of what is now the Super Lig, and Fenerbahce have never left it. The lowest place they ever finished in was 10th in 1980/81.

Since their last triumph in 2014, their fierce rivals Galatasaray and Besiktas have been passing the trophy between them, and Fenerbahce (or at least their supporters) will feel that the time has now come to bring it home. Apart from the 28 league titles, Fenerbahce have won the Turkish Cup six times.

Genclerbirligi betting

Genclerbirligi Odds

Following a couple of very decent campaigns in the Turkish Super Lig, Genclerbirligi were relegated at the end of 2017/18 and have only just returned to the top flight. Naturally, such a predicament almost inevitably brings struggles with the team in question often losing ground on the competition in terms of progress and this situation is not an exception.

Genclerbirligi are very likely to suffer relegation come next summer, much more so than to enjoy a good campaign. You can check out the best betting odds for the season with bet365, and see if you can make some good guesses on them.

Genclerbirligi Key Players

It’s never really surprising when a club makes a large number of changes to their team following a promotion (or relegation, for that matter), but Genclerbirligi went all out this year. In fact, there are more newcomers than players who were here last season. The most notable arrivals include striker Mats Seuntjens from AZ Alkmaar and winger Flyod Ayite from Fulham.

It’s difficult to be sure, under the circumstances, of which players will be trusted the most by manager Hamza Hamzaoglu to make a difference. Seutjens will probably have a long fight for a regular place upfront against Bogdan Stancu, but Ayite should have a clearer road. Midfield is perhaps the only department where the old forces should prevail over the newcomers, with the likes of captain Stephane Sessegnon and Berat Ayberk Ozdemir set to play a big part.

Centre-backs Flavio and Zargo Toure seem the most capable of holding the candle at the back, with help of fullbacks Pierre-Yves Polomat and Erdem Ozgenc. The goalkeeping department has been thoroughly reshuffled, but 30-year-old Ertac Ozbir seems like the likeliest candidate be the number one choice.

Genclerbirligi Rivalry

The club’s greatest rivalry is that with Ankaragucu, with both clubs being from Ankara. It is referred to as the “Derby of the Capital”, and though neither club is among the most successful in the country in recent years, their meetings are always full of passion.

Genclerbirligi History

The circumstances in which this club was founded make a rather interesting story. In 1923, a group of 13 boys who failed to make the team of their school, called Ankara Erkek Lisesi, got the idea to form their own team and prove to the school how well they could play. With the help of some of their parents, their dream became a reality.

The father of one of them was a member of parliament and his influence was of vital importance. Because the team consisted of school boys, he named the club ‘Youth Union’, Genclerbirligi in Turkish. The father of another was selected as the first club chairman, and the first thing they did was organize a match against the school team, which they won by 3-0 and identified the victory as their team’s spirit.

Between 1923 and 1959 they played in the regional Ankara Football League, which they won a record nine times. They were crowned Turkish football champions in 1941 and 1946, before joining the newly formed Milli Lig, the National League in 1959, today known as the Super Lig.

Since then they’ve had a number of ups and downs, relegations and promotions, and their best achievement remains third place, which they earned in 1966 and 2003.

Genclerbirligi have two Turkish Cups in their cupboard, having won the competition in 1987 and 2001.

Yeni Malatyaspor - Sivasspor

Kickoff starts at 13:00 on 07/12/2019 played @ Yeni Malatya Stadyumu refereed by Ümit Öztürk

Yeni Malatyaspor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 29/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (0:1)
  • 3:3
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Yeni Malatyaspor - Fenerbahçe
  • (0:0)
  • 0:0
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Göztepe - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (1:0)
  • 1:1
  • 03/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (1:0)
  • 2:2
  • 27/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Yeni Malatyaspor - Kayserispor
  • (1:0)
  • 4:0

Sivasspor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Kasımpaşa
  • (2:0)
  • 2:0
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Sivasspor
  • (1:1)
  • 1:4
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Konyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:0
  • 03/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Denizlispor - Sivasspor
  • (0:1)
  • 0:2
  • 26/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Antalyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:1

Yeni Malatyaspor - Sivasspor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Yeni Malatyaspor - Sivasspor
  • (1-3)
  • 4-4
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Yeni Malatyaspor - Sivasspor
  • (0-0)
  • 1-0

Sivasspor - Yeni Malatyaspor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (2-0)
  • 2-0
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (1-0)
  • 2-0

Yeni Malatyaspor - Sivasspor odds

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  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 2.14
  • X : 3.50
  • 2 : 2.90
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  • 1 : 2.22
  • X : 3.40
  • 2 : 2.89
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  • Betfair
  • 1 : 2.20
  • X : 3.60
  • 2 : 3.00
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  • 1 : 2.18
  • X : 3.55
  • 2 : 2.95
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  • 1 : 2.21
  • X : 3.60
  • 2 : 2.95
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  • Ladbrokes
  • 1 : 2.15
  • X : 3.30
  • 2 : 2.80
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* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Yeni Malatyaspor betting

Yeni Malatyaspor Odds

Yeni Malatyaspor, who shouldn’t be confused with Malatyaspor, have risen very high over the last few years. They were promoted from the TFF 2. League (third tier of Turkish football) to the TFF 1. League (second tier) in 2015 and it took them only two years after that to reach the Super Lig.

This is a team whose season is all but easy to predict. They’ve proven capable of beating the odds before, but it remains to be seen where exactly they end up come the end of the season. The best betting odds related to Yeni Malatyaspor can be found at William Hill, so feel free to try your luck.

Yeni Malatyaspor Key Players

Head coach Sergen Yalcin is set to use a balanced mixture of newly signed players and those who had made the successes of recent seasons possible. There were a few notable arrivals this summer, such as midfielders Afriyie Acquah and Ghaylen Chaaleli, and forwards Moryke Fofana and Adis Jahovic, but there were also several departures.

Fabien Farnolle, though 34 years old, is set to get the nod in goal ahead of Ufuk Ceylan who is a year younger. Mustafa Akbas is the team’s main defensive pillar, with Arturo Mina and Teenage Hadebe competing for the spot beside him.

Brazilian Guilherme is the man tasked with running the show as the playmaker, with Mitchell Donald and Robin Yalcin providing cover behind him. Upfront, the boss usually fields the trio of Jahovic as the centre-forward, and Fofana and Thievy Bifouma on the wings.

Yeni Malatyaspor Rivalry

Due to the geographical proximity of the towns of Malatya and Erzurum, YeniMalatyaspor’s supporters consider Erzurumspor BB, who currently play in the TFF 1. Lig, as their main rivals, though there is, of course, some enmity towards the supporters of town rivals Malatyaspor, or Malatya SK.

Yeni Malatyaspor History

Yeni Malatyaspor are a very young club, among the youngest in the top tiers across the world. Their history reaches only 33 years back, having been founded in 1986. They played in the Turkish Amateur League at first, and their path has led them through all four tiers of the system below the top one, until they finally finished second in the TFF 1. Lig and won promotion to the Super Lig in 2017.

However, their progress wasn’t about to stop there. Having finished their maiden season in the top tier in 10th place, they climbed to fifth a year later and even made it into the Europa League qualifications, where they beat Olimpija Ljubljana from Slovenia in the second round, before getting knocked out by the Serbian side Partizan Belgrade in the third.

The 2017 promotion saw the club change not only the level of competition they were playing in, but also their home. They left the old Malatya Inonu Stadium, which could hold no more than 13,000 people and was subsequently demolished, in favour of the newly built Malatya Arena, with its capacity of 25,745 seats.

Sivasspor betting

Sivasspor Odds

Sivasspor have often been a team struggling for survival in the Turkish Super Lig, until they were relegated at the end of 2015/16. Having spent only a year in the TFF 1.Lig, they came back and they’ve been doing surprisingly well ever since.

Last time around they finished 12th, but they’re bound to do much better this term. The team looks much stronger, and though they can’t really be considered among the title favourites, they may yet nab a place in one of the European competitions. But they will certainly be an interesting team to keep an eye on.

Sivasspor Key Players

The club has been very active in the transfer market before the start of the season, and it seems they got most of them right. All positions on the pitch have been significantly strengthened, and manager Riza Calimbay seems to have found the right way to shape them into a cohesive unit.

They brought in goalkeeper Mamadou Samassa, centre-backs Caner Osmanpasa and Aaron Appindangoye, as well as right-back Marcelo Goiano, and the new back line seems to have hit the spot. Hakan Arslan is an ever-present in the middle of the pitch, as are Emre Kilinc and Isaac Cofie. Mert Hakan Yandas is the man that they count on to create chances, which the likes of Arouna Kone and Mustapha Yatabare do their best to turn into goals.

Sivasspor Rivalry

Sivasspor have a big rivalry going with Kayserispor, with the two clubs contesting the Derby of the Central Anatolia, a great region in central Turkey. All rivalries in this country are fierce, and this one particularly so due to the fact that there are no other rivalries which either of these clubs has against any other anywhere. The bragging rights across the region are at stake any time they play.

But historically, Sivasspor had a great rivalry with Kayseri Erciyesspor, and during a game between them in 1967, 41 people were killed and over 300 injured, mostly Sivasspor supporters. To this day it remains the darkest one in the sporting history of Turkey. The disaster created great enmity between the clubs and the cities of Sivas and Kayseri which endured for a long time.

Sivasspor History

Originally formed in 1932 under the name of Sivas Genclik, the club went through difficult times early on. Their efforts to join the professional league system were spurned several times, before they joined forces with clubs called Yolspor and Kizilirmak in the 1960s. Finally, they made a breakthrough and were permitted to play professionally from July 1, 1967.

They were put in the second league (today known as the TFF 1. Lig) and were allowed to stay there even the federation, due to a large number of newly formed clubs, decided to introduce a third league – the TFF 2. Lig.

Sivasspor tried hard to earn promotion to the top tier and came very close on two occasions, missing out narrowly, in 1972 behind Sekerspor and the following year behind Adana Demirspor. They wouldn’t succeed in earning top flight promotion until 2005, and in the period between then and the 2016 relegation, they produced their best-ever league result by finishing second in 2008/09 in the Super Lig after topping the table for much of the season. In the end, they came out five points short of title winners Besiktas.

Ankaragücü - Göztepe

Kickoff starts at 15:30 on 07/12/2019 played @ Ankara Ondokuz Mayıs Stadyumu refereed by Mete Kalkavan

Ankaragücü Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - Ankaragücü
  • (2:0)
  • 5:0
  • 23/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Ankaragücü - Trabzonspor
  • (0:1)
  • 0:3
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Ankaragücü
  • (1:0)
  • 2:1
  • 04/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Ankaragücü - Gazişehir Gaziantep
  • (0:1)
  • 1:2
  • 25/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Ankaragücü
  • (1:0)
  • 2:0

Göztepe Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Göztepe - Fenerbahçe
  • (1:1)
  • 2:2
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - Göztepe
  • (0:0)
  • 0:1
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Göztepe - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (1:0)
  • 1:1
  • 02/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Göztepe
  • (0:1)
  • 0:1
  • 27/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Göztepe - Kasımpaşa
  • (1:1)
  • 1:4

Ankaragücü - Göztepe Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Ankaragücü - Göztepe
  • (0-0)
  • 0-3

Göztepe - Ankaragücü Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Göztepe - Ankaragücü
  • (1-0)
  • 2-1

Ankaragücü - Göztepe odds

  • Bookmaker
  • 1
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  • 2(DNB)
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  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 3.45
  • X : 3.15
  • 2 : 2.02
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  • 1 : 3.60
  • X : 3.30
  • 2 : 2.05
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  • 1 : 3.50
  • X : 3.25
  • 2 : 2.07
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  • 2 (DNB) :
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  • 1 : 3.55
  • X : 3.45
  • 2 : 2.01
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  • 1 : 3.50
  • X : 3.10
  • 2 : 2.00
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* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Ankaragucu betting

Ankaragucu Odds

This is Ankaragucu’s only second consecutive season in the Turkish Super Lig. Looking at things objectively, having finished 13th last time around, they can hardly be expected to build on it this time around. They’ll be lucky to survive in the league at all.

But the season is long and they certainly won’t give up before at least trying, and the battle that awaits them against the other relegation candidates – the likes of Genclerbirligi, Antalyaspor, Kayserispor, and several others – promises to be fierce.

Ankaragucu Key Players

The club’s ability to attract quality players in the transfer market is rather questionable at this point, and there are also problems in competing with those around them financially. However, they do what they can to stay on top of things.

The only defensive reinforcement this summer was right-back Stelios Kitsiou who came from PAOK and walked right into the team of the newly appointed manager Mustafa Kaplan. He usually shares defensive responsibilities with centre-backs Michal Pazdan and Ante Kulusic, as well as Tiago Pinto on the left flank. The four of them mostly stand in front of goalkeeper Korcan Celikay.

Wilfred Moke and Ricardo Faty are the preferred options as the double pivot in midfield. Sedat Agcay also plays an important role there, though he usually plays further up the pitch. Dever Orgill is the man tasked with bringing goals, helped by wingers Ilhan Parlak and Aydin Karabulut.

Ankaragucu Rivalry

Ankaragucu and Genclerbirligi contest the Ankara Derby, and are therefore each other’s greatest rivals.

On the other hand, the club’s supporters have an unusually warm and friendly relationship with those of Bursaspor. A leader of Bursaspor’s ultras called Abdulkerim Bayraktar went to study in the capital around 1990, and during his time there he went to Ankaragucu’s games and started building ties between the two sets of supporters.

Bayraktar was killed in 1993, and his death brought the groups even closer together as Ankaragucu’s fans walked out onto the pitch carrying a banner which said “Our brother Abdul will never die, he lives on in our hearts”. Each of the two groups still chants in celebration of the other in every game.

Ankaragucu History

Though based in Ankara now, this club was actually founded in Istanbul in 1904, under the name of AltinorsIdman Yurdu. There are several theories as to why it moved to the capital, but none of them have ever been proved. The name Ankaragucu first arose in 1948, a year before they won their first national title by winning the Turkish Football Championship. It remains their greatest ever league success.

They were among the 16 original competitors in what is now the Super Lig, remaining in the top flight for eight years. After that, a yo-yo period began, during which they moved up and down between the top divisions with relative frequency.

In 1981, Turkish president Kenan Evren and Ankara governor Mustafa Gonul made a political decision to put Ankaragucu back into the top flight as they wanted a club from the capital there, and FIFA had no authority to prevent it at the time. They managed to stay there until a heavy financial crisis saw them drop down in 2012, and it took them six years to climb back up again.

Goztepe betting

Goztepe Odds

Goztepe’s current spell in the top division started in 2017. That marks full 14 years after the previous stint ended. They did themselves proud in the first season back by finishing sixth, but last time around they avoided relegation by a single point.

Naturally, they will work hard on improving on that in 2019/20, and indeed, a mid-table position seems suitable for the level of quality they possess, as well as the determination to do well. But read on and feel free to draw your own conclusions, and make your own bets at leading betting websites.

Goztepe Key Players

The club had a busy summer regarding the rebuilding of the squad. They signed a total of 16 players. Some players arrived on loan, some for free and several for fees officially undisclosed. On the other side, they sold or released a total of 17. Naturally, the job of gluing a team together won’t be an easy one for 43-year-old coach Ilhan Palut.

Palut prefers a 4-3-3 formation at the moment, though that may change as the season progresses. In goal, he puts his faith in the team captain, the 37-year-old Beto, who has a total of 16 caps for Portugal under his belt. Titi is the main defensive pillar, with the place next to him often changing occupants. However, Lamine Gassama is pretty regular on the right defensive flank, as is Berkan Emir on the left.

In midfield, Palut often relies on Halil Akbunar as the main engine, but a number of other names get their chances to stake a claim as well. The likes of Andre Castro, Soner Aydogdu and Alpaslan Ozturk, who occasionally plays in defence too, will do what they can to get as many minutes as possible.

The place of the central attacker hasn’t been fully claimed by anyone. Eren Derdiyok, Cameron Jerome and Deniz Kadah are all in their 30s, but they’ve been joined by 18-year-old Ege Ozkayimoglu, whose chance will certainly come.

Goztepe Rivalry

The main rivals of this club are Karsiyaka, coming from the city of Izmir as well as Goztepe. It is a fiercely contested derby and their clash in 1981 when they both contended for the TFF 1. Lig title drew a crowd of 80,000 spectators. This match was named in the Guinness Book of World Records as the biggest attendance ever for a non-top flight football match.

Other rivalries involve other clubs from Izmir, such as Altay, Altinordu, Bucaspor and Izmirspor, but not one of them holds nearly as much enmity as the one with Karsiyaka.

Goztepe History

This club was founded by a separation process from Altay back in 1925. In 1937 they were merged with Izmirspor and renamed as Doganspor. However, Izmirspor supporters contested the merging and they founded another club, called Atesspor, a year later. Doganspor changed their name back to Goztepe and Atesspor took the old name of Izmirspor again in 1939.

Goztepe, often affectionately referred to as Goz Goz, won the former Turkish Football Championship and became the champions of the country in 1950, which remains their greatest success to this day.

Since the establishment of the Super Lig in 1959, they played in the top tier for just under two decades, until they suffered their first relegation, in 1977. Since then they’ve been going through a ‘yo-yo’ phase, going constantly up and down apart from the period between 1982 and 1999 when they were a regular feature in the second tier.

The lowest point of their history is probably 2007/08, when they played in Amateur Level having suffered relegation from TFF Third League. But they’ve managed to recover their pride, and here they are, among the elite once again.

Apart from the league success in 1950, Goz Goz won the Turkish Cup on two occasions, in 1969 and 1970. Their greatest international achievement is a UEFA Cup Winners Cup quarterfinal in 1970.

Galatasaray - Alanyaspor

Kickoff starts at 18:00 on 07/12/2019 played @ Türk Telekom Stadyumu refereed by Halil Umut Meler

Galatasaray Last Five Matches

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  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 01/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Galatasaray
  • (0:0)
  • 1:1
  • 26/11/2019
  • UEFA CL
  • Galatasaray - Club Brugge
  • (1:0)
  • 1:1
  • 22/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Galatasaray - İstanbul Başakşehir
  • (0:0)
  • 0:1
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gazişehir Gaziantep - Galatasaray
  • (0:2)
  • 0:2
  • 06/11/2019
  • UEFA CL
  • Real Madrid - Galatasaray
  • (4:0)
  • 6:0

Alanyaspor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - Ankaragücü
  • (2:0)
  • 5:0
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - Göztepe
  • (0:0)
  • 0:1
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Alanyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 1:0
  • 02/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - İstanbul Başakşehir
  • (0:0)
  • 0:0
  • 26/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gazişehir Gaziantep - Alanyaspor
  • (0:1)
  • 1:1

Galatasaray - Alanyaspor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Galatasaray - Alanyaspor
  • (1-0)
  • 6-0
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Galatasaray - Alanyaspor
  • (1-0)
  • 2-0
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Galatasaray - Alanyaspor
  • (2-1)
  • 5-1

Alanyaspor - Galatasaray Head To Head

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  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - Galatasaray
  • (1-0)
  • 1-1
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - Galatasaray
  • (1-2)
  • 2-3
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Alanyaspor - Galatasaray
  • (1-3)
  • 2-3

Galatasaray - Alanyaspor odds

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  • 1 : 1.85
  • X : 3.55
  • 2 : 3.60
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  • 1 : 1.90
  • X : 3.42
  • 2 : 3.69
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  • 1 : 1.85
  • X : 3.75
  • 2 : 3.90
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  • 1 : 1.89
  • X : 3.60
  • 2 : 3.70
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  • 1 : 1.89
  • X : 3.60
  • 2 : 3.85
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  • 1 : 1.85
  • X : 3.25
  • 2 : 3.75
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* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Galatasaray betting

Galatasaray Odds

As one of the biggest clubs in Turkey, Galatasaray are always among the top favourites to win the Super Lig title. In fact, they won it five times in the last eight seasons. Along with Fenerbahce and Besiktas, they form the ‘big three’ of Turkish football. They are the defending champions this term, winning the league in 2018/19 by two points over second-place Istanbul Basaksehir. For them the only question worth pondering is whether they’ll succeed in defending the title or not, with the odds of 2.37 being the shortest in the league saying they will. But feel free to explore the best betting odds at Unibet before putting a bet in.

Galatasaray Key Players

Despite some notable ones in the squad, the biggest name at the club is probably the manager, the legendary Fatih Terim. This is the 77-year-old’s fourth spell at Galatasaray, and he was also in charge of the Turkish national team in 119 games. Terim’s first-choice goalkeeper is the 33-year-old Uruguay international Fernando Muslera. At the back, he likes to rely on three centre-backs, Christian Luyindama, Marcao and Ryan Donk. In the middle of the park, there are a lot of quality options, and the boss uses many of them. Mario Lemina, Steven Nzonzi and Jean Michael Seri are all very prominent, as are Younes Belhanda, Omer Bayram, and Algeria international Sofiane Feghouli. Babel makes greatest contribution as an ever-present in attack. A versatile forward, Netherlands international, quite capable of causing top defences all kinds of problems from any position across the front line, his experience (Ajax, Liverpool, Deportivo La Coruna, Besiktas and Fulham, among other clubs, as well as the Netherlands national team), is an important asset of the team. There are, of course, other quality options too, Falcao being one of them.

Galatasaray Rivalry

As has been said, Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Besiktas form ‘the big three’ of Turkish football. Their successes are far beyond anything any other club in country has achieved. With 23 league titles, counting both the Super Lig established in 1959 and the previous National Championship, Galatasaray trail Fenerbahce who have 28, while Besiktas are some way behind on 20. However, the Turkish Football Federation recognizes only the titles won in the current system, and in that aspect, Galatasaray lead the way with 22 champions’ titles. Fenerbahce and Galatasaray contest the fiercest of all derbies in the country. It is referred to as the Intercontinental Derby, with Galatasaray’s Turk Telekom Arena being in the European part of Istanbul, and Fenerbahce’s Sukru Saracoglu Stadium lying in the Asian part of the city. The enmity arose in 1934, when a game between these clubs was abandoned due to the supporters starting a full-scale riot.

Galatasaray History

The club was formed in 1905, and it is claimed that its name arose from one of their first ever matches, when they beat a local Greek club by 2-0 and were described by the viewers as “Galata Sarayiefendileri” which meant “Gentlemen of Galata Palace”. They were the first Turkish team and were therefore forced to compete initially against English and Greek clubs in the Istanbul League. They remained a part of it until the current system was established in 1959, and they’ve been in the Super Lig ever since. Apart from the 22 Super Lig titles, they have 18 Turkish Cup trophies in their cabinet, a Turkish record, and in 2000, they won the UEFA Cup along with the UEFA Super Cup, their only European trophies so far.

Alanyaspor betting

Alanyaspor Odds

Alanyaspor have been gradually improving their league ranking each season. It hasn’t been even a decade since they belonged to the lower regions of the third division, but they played their way up wonderfully quickly. They were promoted to the Superlig in 2016, and the first pair of seasons saw them finish 12th, but they’ve continued the climb and ended in ninth place last term. It’s fair to say that they stand a good chance of improving further on that in 2019/20, and we could potentially see them in a European competition relatively soon. Not that they are likely to compete for the title though, with the trophy practically reserved for one of the big three for years.

Alanyaspor Key Players

The squad under manager Erol Bulut has been strengthened over the summer with the emphasis mostly on the midfield section, though there were signings elsewhere too. The most notable arrival is arguably Juanfran, former Real Sociedad right-back who spent some time in the Premier League too, on loan at Watford. Goalkeeper Marafona arrived from SC Braga on a free transfer and has stepped right between the posts. Defence is held together by the 30-year-old Welinton, while the place next to him is contested between Georgios Tzavellas, and another former Premier League player – Steven Caulker. Juanfran and Fabrice N’Sakala cover their flanks. Manolis Siopis and Ceyhun Gulselam are mostly the pair deployed in the middle of the park, with Junior Fernandes and captain Efecan Karaca acting in wide areas. Upfront, Anastasios Bakasetas is deployed alongside 35-year-old Papiss Demba Cisse, formerly of Metz, Freiburg and Newcastle United. However, Bulut regularly gives chances to Yacine Bammou and Djalma as well.

Alanyaspor Rivalry

It is highly unusual for a football club in Turkey to have no recognized rivalries, especially in the country’s top tier, but that seems to be the case with Alanyaspor. It appears that over the course of their 71 years of existence so far they haven’t been in a situation where games against one particular opponent mean more to them than any other.

Alanyaspor History

The club was formed back in 1948 in the town of Alanya, in the province of the same name positioned in the south of Turkey, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Little more can be said about their history than about their rivalries. For 36 years they competed at amateur level, before being admitted to the TFF 3. Lig (the fourth division) in 1984. They didn’t change tiers too frequently, staying in one or the other between five and ten years at a time, until only two seasons in the second division proved enough for them to win promotion to the Super Lig in 2016. There are no major trophies on their shelves yet, but it seems the history of this club is about to be written in the upcoming years. If the recent movement through the ranks of Turkish football is anything to go by, notable achievements are not far off.

Konyaspor - Gazişehir Gaziantep

Kickoff starts at 12:00 on 08/12/2019 played @ Konya Büyükşehir Belediye Stadyumu refereed by Ali Palabiyik

Konyaspor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Konyaspor
  • (2:1)
  • 3:1
  • 23/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Konyaspor - Beşiktaş
  • (0:0)
  • 0:1
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Konyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:0
  • 02/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Konyaspor - Gençlerbirliği
  • (1:0)
  • 1:1
  • 26/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Konyaspor
  • (3:1)
  • 5:1

Gazişehir Gaziantep Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 01/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gazişehir Gaziantep - Denizlispor
  • (0:0)
  • 1:2
  • 25/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Gazişehir Gaziantep
  • (0:1)
  • 1:1
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gazişehir Gaziantep - Galatasaray
  • (0:2)
  • 0:2
  • 04/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Ankaragücü - Gazişehir Gaziantep
  • (0:1)
  • 1:2
  • 26/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gazişehir Gaziantep - Alanyaspor
  • (0:1)
  • 1:1

Konyaspor - Gazişehir Gaziantep Head To Head

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Gazişehir Gaziantep - Konyaspor Head To Head

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Konyaspor - Gazişehir Gaziantep odds

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  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 2.00
  • X : 3.10
  • 2 : 3.65
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  • 1 : 2.05
  • X : 3.30
  • 2 : 3.75
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  • 1 : 2.05
  • X : 3.15
  • 2 : 3.70
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  • 1 : 2.06
  • X : 3.30
  • 2 : 3.55
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  • 1 : 2.05
  • X : 3.30
  • 2 : 3.60
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  • 1 : 2.05
  • X : 3.00
  • 2 : 3.40
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* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Konyaspor betting

Konyaspor Odds

Konyaspor earned promotion to the Super Lig in 2013, and they’ve pretty much established themselves as a regular top-flight team since. Last season they nailed an eighth-place finish, which was certainly an improvement on the 15th in the previous campaign.

But teams who achieve stability at any level but the very top of the league always strive to take the next step, and it’ll be no different with Konyaspor. It’s hard to say at this point where their maximum lies this season, but earning a place in the Europa League could perhaps prove an objective goal.

Konyaspor Key Players

Another feature of stable teams is that they don’t usually need much tinkering when it comes to playing personnel. They weren’t very active in the summer transfer market, though one could argue that such assessments always come with a dose of relativity.

Manager Aykut Kocaman, appointed in November 2018, usually puts 34-year-old Serkan Kirintili in goal. He has two other experienced goalkeepers in Ertugrul Taskiran and Mucahit Atalay, though they did sign 19-year-old Ozan Can Oruc from Altinordu, and he could be the one to watch out for in the future. Centre-backs Marin Anicic and Ali Turan form the heart of the defence, with Nejc Skubic an ever-present on their right, but the right flank is contested between Alper Uludag and Fehat Oztorun.

The midfield is pretty much settled with Jens Jonsson and Marko Jevtovic providing steel and power, while Deni Milosevic and Farouk Miya bring creativity to the table. Upfront, Riad Bajic and captain Omer Ali Sahiner form a potent partnership.

Konyaspor Rivalry

Konyaspor supporters regard Osmanlispor FK and Sivasspor as their main rivals, though neither of these rivalries is very fierce, at least not when compared to others in Turkey. The one with Sivasspor is at the moment more talked about due to both teams being in the Super Lig, while Osmanlispor currently competes in the TFF 1. Lig.

Konyaspor History

The club was formed in 1922 under the name of Konya Genclerbirligi, and only became Konyaspor in 1965 when they merged with three other clubs – Meramspor, Selcukspor and Cimentospor. They joined the first ever Turkish Football Championship in 1924 as the regional Konya Football League champions.

Throughout the second half of the 20th century, Konyaspor mostly played in the 1. Lig (second tier), with occasional forays both up and down. Their first significant Super Lig run was between 1988 and 1993, but it was followed by another decade in the tier below.

However, their fortunes seem to have changed after the promotion of 2003, and most of their seasons since have been spent among the elite. The best-ever league finish was the third place in 2015/16, which was followed by two consecutive seasons in the Europa League.

Though Konyaspor have never been crowned the national champions, they do have a major trophy in their cabinet. In 2017, they lifted the Turkish Cup as they beat Istanbul Basaksehir on penalties in the final.

Gaziantep betting

Gaziantep Odds

People often make the mistake of confusing Gaziantep Futbol Kulubu with Gaziantepspor, but Gaziantepspor currently play in the Bolgesel Amateur League, the fifth division of the Turkish football system.

Gaziantep are among the youngest clubs in the country, and they’ve only just made it into the Super Lig for the first time. It’s not easy to know what to expect from such a side, but at this point it’s probably fair to assume they would be happy with securing survival and keeping the top-flight status past next summer.

Gaziantep Key Players

As could have been expected, the club made a large number of changes to the squad during the summer transfer window, but before they started, they appointed Marius Sumudica as the manager. The most notable player to have arrived is arguably 30-year-old centre-back Papy Djilabodji, who came from Guingamp and who used to attract a lot of interest from top clubs across Europe at one point in his career.

Though goalkeeper Yuri Lodygin came from Zenit, it’s Gunay Guvenc whom Sumudica prefers between the posts at the moment. Djilabodji is an ever-present in the heart of defence, and with the boss preferring a 3-5-2 shape, so are Jean-Armel Kana-Biyik and Alin Tosca.

Fullbacks Junior Morais and Oguz Ceylan therefore usually push further up as wing-backs, while the the area between them is most often held by the trio of Souleymane Diarra, Raman Chibsah and Furkan Soyalp, who is the team’s main creator. Upfront, the team is well-equipped with pace with the likes of Patrick Twumasi and Kenan Ozer, rotated sometimes with Guray Vural and Bartlomiej Pawlowski. All of these players are natural wingers. However, the manager sometimes gives a chance to a classic striker, such as Olarenwaju Kawode or Muhammet Demir.

Gaziantep Rivalry

Gaziantep have no rivalry with any club that would be of any significance. Despite being from the same city as Gaziantepspor, the rivalry between them only existed for a short spell, a single season in fact, in 2017/18, when Gaziantepspor were relegated from the Super Lig, but they were relegated again at the end of the campaign and the two clubs haven’t met since. Before that, Gaziantepspor had spent almost the entire Gaziantep’s existence in the top flight. Now their roles are reversed, with Gaziantep being the more successful side by far.

Gaziantep History

Gaziantep Futbol Kulubu were founded in 1988 in the city of Gaziantep, and given that their whole history spans over a period of only 31 years, there’s not much to tell about them yet.

Despite rising very quickly to the TFF 1. Lig (second division), they stayed there for a very long time, only managing to reach the Super Lig this year when they finished fifth in the 1. Lig and played their way through the promotion play-offs.

Given their life has been relatively short so far, it’s not to be held against them that they have no major trophies at this point, nor have they ever come very close to winning one. Their history is yet to be written.

Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor

Kickoff starts at 14:30 on 08/12/2019 played @ Antalya Stadyumu refereed by Yasar Kemal Ugurlu

Antalyaspor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 01/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Antalyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:0
  • 25/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Gazişehir Gaziantep
  • (0:1)
  • 1:1
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Antalyaspor
  • (1:0)
  • 1:0
  • 02/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Beşiktaş
  • (0:2)
  • 1:2
  • 26/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Antalyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:1

Trabzonspor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 01/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Galatasaray
  • (0:0)
  • 1:1
  • 28/11/2019
  • UEFA EL
  • Trabzonspor - Getafe
  • (0:0)
  • 0:1
  • 23/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Ankaragücü - Trabzonspor
  • (0:1)
  • 0:3
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Alanyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 1:0
  • 07/11/2019
  • UEFA EL
  • Krasnodar - Trabzonspor
  • (2:0)
  • 3:1

Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor
  • (1-1)
  • 1-1
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor
  • (1-1)
  • 1-2
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor
  • (0-0)
  • 0-3
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor
  • (3-0)
  • 7-0
  • 13/14
  • TUR SUP
  • Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor
  • (0-1)
  • 0-2

Trabzonspor - Antalyaspor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Antalyaspor
  • (1-1)
  • 4-1
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Antalyaspor
  • (1-0)
  • 3-0
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Antalyaspor
  • (0-1)
  • 0-1
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Antalyaspor
  • (1-0)
  • 3-0
  • 13/14
  • TUR SUP
  • Trabzonspor - Antalyaspor
  • (1-1)
  • 2-1

Antalyaspor - Trabzonspor odds

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  • 2
  • O
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  • 1(DNB)
  • 2(DNB)
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  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 2.55
  • X : 3.40
  • 2 : 2.43
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  • 2 (DNB) :
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  • 1 : 2.62
  • X : 3.33
  • 2 : 2.45
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  • 2 (DNB) :
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  • 1 : 2.50
  • X : 3.25
  • 2 : 2.40
  • O :
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  • 2 (DNB) :
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  • Unibet
  • 1 : 2.63
  • X : 3.45
  • 2 : 2.48
  • O :
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  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
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  • Betsson
  • 1 : 2.60
  • X : 3.60
  • 2 : 2.45
  • O :
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  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
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  • William Hill
  • 1 : 2.62
  • X : 3.50
  • 2 : 2.45
  • O :
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  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
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  • Ladbrokes
  • 1 : 2.55
  • X : 3.25
  • 2 : 2.37
  • O :
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* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Antalyaspor betting

Antalyaspor Odds

Apart from the 2014/15 season, Antalyaspor have been a regular member of the Turkish Super Lig in recent years; in fact, ever since their promotion in 2008. Last five seasons were particularly good for them, seeing them finish in the top half of the table almost each time.

The club finished the 2018/19 in seventh place, missing out on a place in Europe by two points. As a result, they will surely be aiming to get there through this campaign. They will, however, have to do better in defence, and not concede anywhere close to the 55 goals they let in last season.

Antalyaspor Key Players

But a quick glance at their transfer activities would tell you that the club either trust last season’s defenders, or they simply couldn’t get the players they wanted. Be that as it may, the fact remains that the most business they did do was focused on the attacking section.

The recently appointed head coach Stjepan Tomas still hasn’t had the chance to reveal his intentions fully, but his predecessor Bulent Korkmaz favoured a 4-4-2 shape. Diego Angelo is the player wearing the captain’s armband and the team’s main pillar in defence, and his leadership abilities will be sorely tested as they try to improve their defensive record. Bahadir Ozturk was his usual partner in the heart of defence, and seems he’s set to remain there.

In the middle of the park, 22-year-old Ufuk Akyol provides the team with steel and relentlessness, while Aatif Chahechouhe supplies the creative spark and tends to get things going towards the opposition goal. The places up front in the starting XI aren’t exactly settled, with the competition for the fierce. Serdar Ozkan, Gustavo Blanco Leschuk and Paul Mukairu lead the way at the moment, but the likes of Fredy, Amilton, Gelson Dala and Dogukan Sinik all wait for their moment to shine.

Antalyaspor Rivalry

There is no team which Antalyaspor defines as the greatest rivals. There are several regional rivalries in the Mediterrenean, such as those with Denizlispor, Mersin Idmanyurdu and Adanaspor. However, there are also those of different regions, the ones with Bursaspor and Eskisehirspor standing out. A fierce rivalry was created with Konyaspor as well when Antalyaspor hero Samuel Eto’o made his way there in January 2018.

Antalyaspor History

The club was founded in 1966 through a merge of three other clubs – Yenikapi SuSpor, Ilk Isikspor and Ferrokromspor, with the aim of establishing a single, strong club in the coastal city of Antalya. They went through the lower ranks of the Turkish football system for almost a decade and a half before finally winning their way into the Super Lig in 1982.

After a few years of turbulence, they became a relatively stable team, changing tiers only after long periods in either of the top two, and their best ever league result to this day is the Super Lig fifth place in 2016/17. They played in the final of the Turkish Cup once, in 2000, and lost to Galatasaray.

Trabzonspor betting

Trabzonspor Odds

Trabzonspor are one of the biggest clubs in Turkey, arguably the biggest outside the ‘big three’ of Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Besiktas. However, their results in recent years don’t exactly to their size and history justice.

They haven’t been properly involved in the title race since finishing runners-up in 2010/11, but last season they ended in fourth place, two spots and 17 points above Fenerbahce, but behind Istanbul Basaksehir. Nonetheless, they made it into Europa League group stages. You can find the best betting odds at bet365, who have this team on 15.00 to win the league.

Trabzonspor Key Players

Manager Unal Karaman is into his second season in the job, and this summer his squad went through some changes, mostly in the attacking section. They acquired the services of two former Premier League stars in midfielder John Obi Mikel and forward Daniel Sturridge from Middlesbrough and Liverpool, respectively, and both on a free transfer. Alexander Sorloth, a 23-year-old striker, came on loan from Crystal Palace.

Ugurcan Cakir is Karaman’s main man between the posts, with the pair of Huseyin Turkmen and Majid Hosseini tasked with controlling the back line from its heart. They are usually flanked by Filip Novak and Joao Pereira.

Mikel is an important part of the midfield section, as are Dogan Erdogan, Jose Sosa and Abdulkadir Omur. Sorloth mostly leads the way upfront, but Sturridge and Caleb Ekuban also pitch in with goals.

Trabzonspor Rivalry

Based in the city of Trabzon on the south-east coast of the Black Sea, Trabzonspor have regional rivalries with Samsunspor (the Old Derby), and with Rizespor (the East Derby), both classified into the group called the Black Sea Derbies.

Apart from those, they contest the only inter-regional derby of the country, with their clashes against Fenerbahce particularly fierce. However, as one of the ‘big three’, Fenerbahce have stronger feelings of enmity towards Galatasaray and Besiktas than towards Trabzonspor.

Trabzonspor History

From the 1920s onwards, there were a number of clubs in the city of Trabzon, and they competed against each other in the Trabzon Amateur Regional League. Over the years, a strong rivalry, reportedly equal to the one between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray, developed between clubs called Idmanocagi and Idmangucu. Some of the most talented players of the city became so revolted by it that they moved to other cities to play.

In 1962, Orhan Seref Apak, the TFF president at the time, requested that cities combined their football clubs and sent single representative entities to compete in the Super Lig, but due to the rivalry mentioned, it didn’t happen in Trabzon. Instead, in 1966, three clubs (Idmanocagi being one of them) merged into one and were included in the second division, and a month later, Idmangucu joined forces with the rest to form Trabzonspor.

Trabzonspor was also inducted into the second division from 1967 onwards. It took them seven seasons to win promotion to the top flight and they’ve never left it since. They won the title of the Turkish champions six times and eight Turkish Cups. As for the European competitions, their best achievement to this day is reaching the group stages of the Champions League in 2011/12.

Denizlispor - İstanbul Başakşehir

Kickoff starts at 14:30 on 08/12/2019 played @ Denizli Atatürk Stadyumu refereed by Alper Ulusoy

Denizlispor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 01/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gazişehir Gaziantep - Denizlispor
  • (0:0)
  • 1:2
  • 23/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Denizlispor - Rizespor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:0
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Denizlispor
  • (0:0)
  • 1:0
  • 03/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Denizlispor - Sivasspor
  • (0:1)
  • 0:2
  • 27/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Denizlispor
  • (0:1)
  • 0:2

İstanbul Başakşehir Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 01/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Antalyaspor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:0
  • 28/11/2019
  • UEFA EL
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Roma
  • (0:3)
  • 0:3
  • 22/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Galatasaray - İstanbul Başakşehir
  • (0:0)
  • 0:1
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Ankaragücü
  • (1:0)
  • 2:1
  • 07/11/2019
  • UEFA EL
  • Wolfsberger AC - İstanbul Başakşehir
  • (0:0)
  • 0:3

Denizlispor - İstanbul Başakşehir Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 09/10
  • TUR SUP
  • Denizlispor - İstanbul Başakşehir
  • (0-0)
  • 0-1
  • 08/09
  • TUR SUP
  • Denizlispor - İstanbul Başakşehir
  • (2-0)
  • 2-1
  • 07/08
  • TUR SUP
  • Denizlispor - İstanbul Başakşehir
  • (1-1)
  • 2-3

İstanbul Başakşehir - Denizlispor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 09/10
  • TUR SUP
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Denizlispor
  • (0-1)
  • 3-1
  • 08/09
  • TUR SUP
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Denizlispor
  • (0-0)
  • 0-2
  • 07/08
  • TUR SUP
  • İstanbul Başakşehir - Denizlispor
  • (0-0)
  • 0-2

Denizlispor - İstanbul Başakşehir odds

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  • 2
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  • 2(DNB)
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  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 3.60
  • X : 3.15
  • 2 : 2.00
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  • 1 : 3.57
  • X : 3.17
  • 2 : 2.02
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  • 1 : 3.75
  • X : 3.30
  • 2 : 2.00
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  • Unibet
  • 1 : 3.65
  • X : 3.20
  • 2 : 2.04
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  • Betsson
  • 1 : 3.60
  • X : 3.25
  • 2 : 2.07
  • O :
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  • William Hill
  • 1 : 3.70
  • X : 3.30
  • 2 : 2.00
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  • Ladbrokes
  • 1 : 3.50
  • X : 3.10
  • 2 : 2.00
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* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Denizlispor betting

Denizlispor Odds

Denizlispor are newcomers this season in the Turkish Super Lig, having spent the previous nine years in TFF 1. Lig. Like almost any other club in that position in any league anywhere, their main aim will be to retain the top-flight status for longer than a single campaign, and that may prove a task enough for the time being. But it doesn’t seem impossible to achieve.

Denizlispor Key Players

Another thing specific for clubs changing tiers, especially upwards, is that they are often very active in the summer transfer market and Denizlispor were no exception this year. They made numerous changes to their squad with the obvious aim of responding to the challenges of the top flight.

Manager Mehmet Ozdilek, a newcomer himself, relies on Adam Stachowiak in goal. Christian Sapunaru is the main man in the back line, and the place next to him in the heart of defence is currently being contested between Mustafa Yumlu and Oguz Yilmaz. The pair of 30-year-old fullbacks, Tiago Lopes and Zakarya Bergdich, are an ever-present in the starting XI.

Radoslaw Murawski and Isaac Sackeyare the engine of the team most of the time, with Asim Aksungur further up the pitch in a more creative role. Striker Mehmet Aykuz is the team captain, and he’s usually flanked by Modou Barrow and Hadi Sacko. Former Fulham and Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega also makes his mark on a regular basis.

Denizlispor Rivalry

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.

Denizlispor History

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).

Istanbul Basaksehir betting

Istanbul Basaksehir Odds

Istanbul Basaksehir are a very young club, with their history reaching back only 29 years. They became a Super Lig club in 2007, and their results in the top flight have been surprisingly good since then.

Naturally, it remains to be seen whether their rise in reputation will continue this season, but they are rapidly approaching the title of “the fourth club” as some like to say; the club that could possibly challenge the great three, maybe even in the long run. Only those three – Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Besiktas, are on shorter odds of winning the title than Istanbul Basaksehir at 15.00, but you can check all the best betting odds at Paddy Power and take your pick.

Istanbul Basaksehir Key Players

The squad of this club has been thoroughly replenished over the summer. They’ve appointed former Turkey international Okan Buruk as their manager and immediately started shaping things to his designs. Former Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel is probably the best-known name among the newcomers.

In goal, 30-year-old Mert Gunok is the undisputed first choice for Buruk. Skrtel shares his duties at the back with Alexandru Epureanu and Ponck, but Gael Clichy, who spent 14 years in the Premier League playing for Arsenal and Manchester City, is there as well. In the middle of the park, the team relies mostly on the work-rate of Mehmet Topal, Irfan Can Kahveci, Okechukwu Azubike or Mahmut Tekdemir, while Edin Visca leads the way in terms of creativity. But the most notable names of all are upfront.

Robinho (35, formerly of Manchester City and AC Milan), Arda Turan (32, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona) and Demba Ba (34, Newcastle and Chelsea) are all here, but better results expectedly come from younger strikers like Enzo Crivelli and Fredrik Gulbrandsen.

Istanbul Basaksehir Rivalry

Being from Istanbul and among the more successful clubs in the country in recent years, Basaksehir are getting closer to a full-scale rivalry with the great three, though until they actually win the Super Lig a few times, it’s hard to imagine them earning the level of enmity Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Besiktas reserve exclusively for each other.

Istanbul Basaksehir History

Istanbul Basaksehir is also known as Medipol Basaksehir for sponsorship reasons, but it was first established in 1990 as Istanbul Buyuksehir Belediyespor. They competed in the Regional Amateur Football League in their maiden season and earned promotion to the TFF 2. Lig (the third tier of the Turkish football system).

They moved frequently between the third and second tier in the six years that followed, until they established themselves as a stable team in the TFF 1. Lig from 1997. Ten years later, they reached the Super Lig for the first time, and apart from 2013/14, they’ve been there ever since.

Their results quickly became very good even in the top flight, and after that season in the 1. Lig they haven’t finished below fourth place, which means they’ve constantly been involved in European competitions. They haven’t yet managed to reach the group stages of the Champions League, but they did get there twice in the Europa League, the second being this term.

Apart from the two runners-up places in the league, they’ve also played in two Turkish Cup finals, and though they’re yet to win a major trophy, if they keep going like this, it’s only a matter of time.

Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş

Kickoff starts at 17:00 on 08/12/2019 played @ Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Stadyumu refereed by Arda Kardeşler

Kasımpaşa Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Sivasspor - Kasımpaşa
  • (2:0)
  • 2:0
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Gençlerbirliği
  • (0:0)
  • 1:2
  • 08/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Fenerbahçe - Kasımpaşa
  • (2:1)
  • 3:2
  • 03/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Yeni Malatyaspor
  • (1:0)
  • 2:2
  • 27/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Göztepe - Kasımpaşa
  • (1:1)
  • 1:4

Beşiktaş Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 02/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Kayserispor
  • (3:0)
  • 4:1
  • 28/11/2019
  • UEFA EL
  • Beşiktaş - Slovan Bratislava
  • (0:1)
  • 2:1
  • 23/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Konyaspor - Beşiktaş
  • (0:0)
  • 0:1
  • 10/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Denizlispor
  • (0:0)
  • 1:0
  • 07/11/2019
  • UEFA EL
  • Sporting Braga - Beşiktaş
  • (2:1)
  • 3:1

Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş
  • (2-0)
  • 4-1
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş
  • (1-2)
  • 2-2
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş
  • (0-1)
  • 2-1
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş
  • (1-1)
  • 2-1
  • 14/15
  • TUR SUP
  • Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş
  • (1-2)
  • 1-5

Beşiktaş - Kasımpaşa Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Kasımpaşa
  • (3-1)
  • 3-2
  • 17/18
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Kasımpaşa
  • (2-0)
  • 2-1
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Kasımpaşa
  • (2-1)
  • 4-1
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Kasımpaşa
  • (1-2)
  • 3-3
  • 14/15
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Kasımpaşa
  • (2-0)
  • 2-0

Kasımpaşa - Beşiktaş odds

  • Bookmaker
  • 1
  • X
  • 2
  • O
  • U
  • 1(DNB)
  • 2(DNB)
  • HT2S
  • AT2S
  • BTTS
  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 3.65
  • X : 3.90
  • 2 : 1.76
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Bet-At-Home
  • 1 : 3.59
  • X : 3.74
  • 2 : 1.84
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Betfair
  • 1 : 3.75
  • X : 3.75
  • 2 : 1.75
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Unibet
  • 1 : 3.70
  • X : 4.00
  • 2 : 1.80
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Betsson
  • 1 : 3.55
  • X : 4.00
  • 2 : 1.87
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • William Hill
  • 1 : 3.70
  • X : 3.80
  • 2 : 1.85
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Ladbrokes
  • 1 : 3.60
  • X : 3.60
  • 2 : 1.80
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Kasimpasa betting

Kasimpasa Odds

Kasimpasa are a club that has established itself as a regular feature of the Turkish Super Lig, since their promotion to the top flight in 2012. They rarely manage to reach the upper half of the table and are usually content with securing survival.

They stand a fair chance of that this season too, and that’s about all they will be hoping for at this point. Another season in the league, potentially another story, come this time next year.

Kasimpasa Key Players

Given their position and ambitions, it’s not really a surprise Kasimpasa didn’t make too many changes to their squad this summer. Some refreshment was obviously needed, but not too much.

They did change the manager, however, appointing 49-year-old Kemal Ozdes, who put another newcomer in Fatih Ozturk straight between the posts. Veysel Sari and Syam Ben Youssef are his preferred centre-back partnership, but Jorge Fernandes is also occasionally given a chance. Aytac Kara, Yusuf Erdogan and Abdul Kalili are very prominent in the middle of the park, providing steel and work-rate, while 25-year-old Haris Hajradinovic acts as the main creative spark.

As for the attacking section, they signed the 36-year-old Ricardo Quaresma from Besiktas, and the experienced Portugal international received the captain’s armband straight away. His leadership and ingenuity on the ball will certainly be something that will give the younger players a good example of what their playing aspirations should be. There are, of course, other important players upfront too, among which strikers Mustafa Pektemek and Ilhan Depe stand out.

Kasimpasa Rivalry

Kasimpasa’s greatest rivals from a historical point of view are Fatih Karagumruk, and the two clubs contest what is known as the District Derby in Istanbul. However, Fatih Karagumruk currently compete in TFF 1. Lig, and the last time they played in the top tier was in 1983/84, when Kasimpasa competed at Amateur Level. And given Kasimpasa’s current knack for Super Lig survival, it seems they won’t be facing each other on the pitch for a while yet.

Kasimpasa History

The club was founded back in 1921 in Altintug. They joined the Istanbul First League in 1939 for the first time, and played there until the current TFF system was established in 1959, when they were immediately admitted to the Super Lig. However, they were relegated in 1965, and their road their led through some rough patches, including a five-year spell at Amateur Level, from 1979 to ’84.

The club returned to the Super Lig again in 2007, and after a few more tumbles, they managed to grab a firm foothold in the top flight and they aren’t letting go.

One of the more interesting facts about this club is that their stadium is named after the current president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The controversial politician, an unpopular figure in most European countries, comes from Kasimpasa in the Beyoglu district on the European side of Istanbul. Erdogan played football in his youth, and the people of Kasimpasa are obviously proud of the fact that one of their own now leads the country.

Besiktas betting

Besiktas Odds

Besiktas are one of the three biggest clubs in Turkey. The winner of the Super Lig is almost always one from that group, which also includes Fenerbahce and Galatasaray. Besiktas have been on that pedestal three times in the last decade, two of which came in 2016 and 2017, but the last term they finished in third place, behind Galatasaray and Istanbul Basaksehir.

Those three are the favourites for the title this season as well, with the odds of 4.00 on Besiktas being slightly longer than those on the other two.

Besiktas Key Players

The club have strengthened a few key areas of the squad over the summer. The most notable addition was probably the Serbian international attacking midfielder, Adem Ljajic, who arrived from Torino in Serie A for €6 million. Centre-back Victor Riuz was signed from Villarreal for €2.5 million, while midfielder Mohamed Elneny came from Arsenal on loan.

In goal they have Loris Karius, the man who put in a tragic performance for Liverpool in the 2018 Champions League final, and was very clear about wanting out following the arrival of Alisson Becker later that summer. Since then, he’s been guarding the net of Besiktas on loan.

Ruiz is usually partnered in defence by Domagoj Vida, a key ingredient in the Croatia team that reached the 2018 World Cup final. Elneny is at the base of the midfield, where he and Atiba Hutchinson usually act as a double pivot. Ljajic is, naturally, further up and probably the main man in the trio tasked with supporting striker Burak Yilmaz, the 34-year-old team captain.

Besiktas Rivalry

Rivalries that can measure up to those between the three Istanbul clubs, the three greatest clubs in Turkey, are very rare. There is great enmity between them, and there can be no doubt that Galatasaray and Fenerbahce are Besiktas’s greatest rivals, though the one between those two is significantly greater than those they contest against Besiktas.

Very few cities in the world can boast about having three clubs that are the greatest in the country at the same time, and their local rivalry being so fierce at the national level too. Fenerbahce are the most successful club when it comes to league triumphs, having been crowned national champions 28 times in total. Galatasaray follow them with 23, while Besiktas have 20.

The last time any club outside the trio won the title was Bursaspor in 2009/10.

Besiktas History

The club was formed as an offspring of the Besiktas Ottoman Gymnastics Club in 1911, as football slowly started taking supreme popularity over sports like gymnastics, wrestling, boxing, fencing and athletics, which were the main areas of their activity beforehand. Its growth was temporarily stopped as a number of players went off to be involved in Balkan Wars, as well as World War I.

In 1924, they entered the Istanbul Football League along with Fenerbahce and Galatasaray and won the title in its inaugural season. They’ve been a regular feature of the Super Lig since its inception in 1959, and the 1970s were the only decade that saw them miss out on the title completely.

Apart from the 20 league titles, they’ve won the Turkish Cup nine times, but their greatest international success remains reaching the European Cup quarterfinals in 1986/87.

Kayserispor - Rizespor

Kickoff starts at 18:00 on 09/12/2019 played @ Kadir Has Şehir Stadı refereed by Firat Aydinus

Kayserispor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 02/12/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Beşiktaş - Kayserispor
  • (3:0)
  • 4:1
  • 24/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Sivasspor
  • (1:1)
  • 1:4
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Gençlerbirliği - Kayserispor
  • (1:0)
  • 2:1
  • 03/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Fenerbahçe
  • (0:0)
  • 1:0
  • 27/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Yeni Malatyaspor - Kayserispor
  • (1:0)
  • 4:0

Rizespor Last Five Matches

  • Date
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 30/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Konyaspor
  • (2:1)
  • 3:1
  • 23/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Denizlispor - Rizespor
  • (0:0)
  • 2:0
  • 09/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Antalyaspor
  • (1:0)
  • 1:0
  • 01/11/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Galatasaray - Rizespor
  • (2:0)
  • 2:0
  • 25/10/2019
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Ankaragücü
  • (1:0)
  • 2:0

Kayserispor - Rizespor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Rizespor
  • (0-1)
  • 2-2
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Rizespor
  • (2-0)
  • 2-1
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Rizespor
  • (0-0)
  • 0-0
  • 13/14
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Rizespor
  • (0-0)
  • 0-2
  • 07/08
  • TUR SUP
  • Kayserispor - Rizespor
  • (2-0)
  • 3-0

Rizespor - Kayserispor Head To Head

  • Season
  • League
  • Match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 18/19
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Kayserispor
  • (1-0)
  • 3-0
  • 16/17
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Kayserispor
  • (1-2)
  • 2-4
  • 15/16
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Kayserispor
  • (0-0)
  • 0-0
  • 13/14
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Kayserispor
  • (0-1)
  • 0-2
  • 07/08
  • TUR SUP
  • Rizespor - Kayserispor
  • (0-0)
  • 0-0

Kayserispor - Rizespor odds

  • Bookmaker
  • 1
  • X
  • 2
  • O
  • U
  • 1(DNB)
  • 2(DNB)
  • HT2S
  • AT2S
  • BTTS
  • 888Sport
  • 1 : 2.80
  • X : 3.40
  • 2 : 2.23
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Bet-At-Home
  • 1 : 2.76
  • X : 3.26
  • 2 : 2.37
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Betfair
  • 1 : 2.80
  • X : 3.25
  • 2 : 2.30
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Unibet
  • 1 : 2.85
  • X : 3.45
  • 2 : 2.28
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Betsson
  • 1 : 2.80
  • X : 3.60
  • 2 : 2.31
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • William Hill
  • 1 : 2.90
  • X : 3.40
  • 2 : 2.30
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
  • Ladbrokes
  • 1 : 2.75
  • X : 3.20
  • 2 : 2.25
  • O :
  • U :
  • 1 (DNB) :
  • 2 (DNB) :
  • HT2S :
  • AT2S :
  • BTTS :
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply

Kayserispor betting

Kayserispor Odds

Kayserispor are a team that would usually finish in the bottom half of the Super Lig table in recent years, the only exception being in 2017/18 when they ended the campaign in ninth place. Last time around they went one spot down, and their prospects for 2019/20 don’t look that good.

With several teams around them improving their fortunes, Kayserispor seem destined for a tough fight against relegation.

Kayserispor Key Players

One of the aspects important for understanding their plight is certainly the fact that both the manager and more than half the players at his disposal are new to the club’s colours. Bulent Uygun, 48, was appointed in the dugout very recently, and there were no less than 25 incoming transfers over the summer.

Goalkeeper Silviu Lung Jr. is one of the few names to have been with the club before that, and Uygun trusts him as the number one option between the posts. The defence is run by Aymen Abdennour who came from Valencia, and he is paired up mostly with Benoit Poulain. Miguel Lopes and Yasir Subasi cover their flanks.

Former Atletico Madrid midfielder Bernard Mensah is an important figure in the middle of the park, together with Ben Rienestra and Brice Dja Djedje. Umut Bulut leads the line upfront on most occasions, though former Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Real Madrid forward, Emmanuel Adebayor, is there as well. But whoever plays as the striker, Pedro Henrique and Bilal Basacikoglu are on either side of him.

Kayserispor Rivalry

Kayserispor’s greatest rivals are Sivasspor, and their clashes are usually referred to as the Central Anatolia Derby, classified in the group of regional derbies in Turkey. It is actually a side-effect of the enmity between the cities of Kayseri and Sivas, which started following the Kayseri Stadium disaster in 1967, when 43 people lost their lives and more than 300 were injured during and after a game between Sivasspor and Kayseri Erciyesspor.

Kayserispor History

The club was officially founded in 1966, a year embedded in its crest, but its roots go further back. In 1937, Erciyespor was founded and it is considered as Kayserispor’s predecessor. In the years that followed, it went through several merging processes and colour changes.

But following the request of Orhan Sefik Apak, then the president of the Turkish Football Federation, for cities to join their many amateur clubs into a single one per city, Erciyespor was merged with Sanayspor, and Ortaanadoluspor and thus, Kayserspor was born in 1966.

However, the turbulent path of merging, colour changing and renaming wasn’t over yet, and it’s not easy to keep track of all the changes the club went through during the 1980s and 90s, but this much is clear: they were called Erciyespor in 2004, when they switched names with the club today known as Kayseri Erciyespor, and called themselves Kayserispor.

In 2006 they were the joint-winners of the UEFA Intertoto Cup, and they had two stints in the UEFA Cup after that. They have the Turkish Cup trophy on their shelf too, which they won in 2008.

Rizespor betting

Rizespor Odds

As a club that is mostly fighting for survival, Rizespor can be considered to have been successful in recent years. Since their promotion in 2013, only in 2016/17 did they finish below the required standard and ended up spending the following campaign in TFF 1. Lig, but they quickly came back.

Last time around they were 11th, which is not that bad, considering. They will try and improve on that and find a way, if they can, into the top half of the table. You probably wouldn’t want to bet on them reaching any if the places leading to Europe, but they certainly could do better than last season.

Rizespor Key Players

If they manage to do that much, finish in the top nine and therein comfortably secure their top-flight status, the numerous changes they made regarding the playing personnel over the summer will have been justified. Their goalkeeping department is incredibly young. The oldest man there is the 24-year-old Gokhan Akkan, who is set to be the number one option under manager Ismail Kartal. However, the situation in the back line is somewhat different, with 30-year-old Mohamed Abarhoun in command, most often joined by Dimitrios Chatziisaias. Dario Melnjak and Mykola Moroziuk also make their contribution from the flanks.

There are options for Kartal to choose from in the middle of the park, but he most often picks Joseph Attamah and Amadej Vetrih to provide cover for the back line with great work-rate, while Fernando Boldrin acts as the main creative outlet. In attack, the boss sometimes picks Marko Scepovic or Ogulcan Caglayan as the head of the spear, but the likes of Braian Samudio and Aminu Umar also have a role to play, mostly wide.

Rizespor Rivalry

There are three Black Sea derbies in Turkey – the Old Derby, the West Derby and the East Derby. Rizesport contest the East Derby with Trabzonspor and consider them their greatest rivals, though Trabsonspor have greater rivalries of their own with the likes of Samsunspor and Fenerbahce.

Rizespor History

While celebrating the 34th anniversary of the start of the Turkish Independence War in 1953, a committee of five members sought for a way to improve the culture and physical levels of fitness among young people of Rize, and contribute to the development of the city. It resulted in the birth of a club called Caykur Rizespor Kulubu, which is still its full name today.

The club played in the Amateur League from 1953 to ’68, and in that time mostly local young men wore their colours – yellow and green. However, when they were admitted to the TFF 2.Lig in 1968, they changed their colours to blue and green.

They quickly worked their way up, reaching the 1. Lig in 1974 and the Super Lig five years later. Since then, their path has mostly been split into periods of four, five or six years which they spent one in the top tier, one in the second, though they did go through a low moment in 1993 and fell back to the third division for a season.

They have no major trophies on their shelves so far.

Turkey Super Lig Results

Round 13

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 12

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 11

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 10

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 9

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 8

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 7

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 6

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 5

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 4

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 3

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 2

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply
Round 1

Turkey Super Lig Results

  • Date
  • match
  • HT
  • FT
  • 1
  • x
  • 2
* odds are updated at 05/12/2019 19:00. 18+, begambleaware.org, T&Cs Apply