Yeni Malatyaspor predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 30
- Winning Bets: 11
- Average Odds: 2.25
- Overall Stake : 223
- Profit: 162.86
- Yield: -26.97 %
Yeni Malatyaspor betting
Yeni Malatyaspor Odds
This is one of the league’s lower-profile clubs, though some of their recent results deserve more attention than they’ve been given.
For instance, they clawed their way to the 5th spot in 2018/19. By all accounts, though, this seems to be the outlier – a fluke, if you will. Throughout the rest of their current top-flight stint, they’ve generally occupied the bottom half of the table. Last season was particularly disappointing with 16th, which barely got them out of the relegation zone on goal difference.
In terms of Outright Yeni Malatyaspor betting odds, this also means you’re not likely to see decent offers. To Win being the only outright available, it’s priced at 251. Beyond that, the lack of consistency in terms of this team’s form makes them a poor choice for wagering in general – at least before you get a better idea a few legs into the competition.
Yeni Malatyaspor Key Players
Unhappy with most of last year’s squad, the new coach Hamza Hamzaoglu went back to the drawing board and re-made the whole thing from scratch. Barely any players from last year’s starting 11 are still around. The more notable ones include midfielder Afriyie Acquah nad left-winger Moryké Fofana.
We’ll start with a few short-term loans made over the summer. Attacking midfielder Christian Cueva is a typical South American striker, the likes of which most Turkish teams rely on for goal-getting. Guido Herrera will be the team’s goalkeeper for the season, and Fernando Zuqui and Benjamin Tetteh were loaned as a central midfielder and centre-forward, respectively.
Permanent signings include Lazio’s centre-back Wallace, right-winger Jody Lukoki, left-winger and new team captain Adem Büyük, and centre-back Semih Kaya.
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.
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