We’re heading to Turkey’s Super Lig for our weekend BTTS & Win treble and we’re looking to turn £10 into £207. Will you be joining us?
The final day of action promises to bring goals galore, and we hope that will be the case in these three games. If our three selected teams can each claim three points too, we’ll be celebrating in style come 5PM.
Here are our selections.
Besiktas v Osmanlispor. 3PM
It’ll be a day of celebration at the Vodafone Arena as Besiktas will be crowned champions. But while the pressure isn’t on, Senol Gunes’ men will still be eager to end the season in style – not least because it would complete a full home campaign without defeat.
The hosts have scored an impressive 40 goals en route to 12 wins and four draws on home turf. Spearheaded by the goals of Cenk Tosun and Vincent Aboubakar, they should be extremely confident against an away side that’s in the bottom half.
Osmanlispor have performed quite well on their travels, though, winning more games than they’ve lost and scoring 22 times. With Besiktas prone to possibly taking their foot off the gas, Hamza Hamzaoglu’s men can score, especially as they finally ended a run of not scoring as they found the target against Rizespor last Sunday.
Still, it has been four defeats on the bounce for the visitors. We can’t see them ending that run on this final day trip to the champions.
Galatasaray v Konyaspor. 3PM
Despite qualifying for the Europa League, it has been a pretty poor season for Galatasaray in 2016-17. Nonetheless, they’ve won each of their last three heading into this final match of the season, and they’ll be expecting to register another three points against Konyaspor.
The hosts have won 10 of 16 home games this term, which should offer plenty of confidence. Bruma, Lukas Podolski and Eren Derdiyok have all scored goals on a regular basis this term, and that firepower can help Galatasaray end the campaign in style.
Igor Tudor’s men have conceded 16 home goals, though, which could offer a source of optimism for the visitors as they look to increase their tally 19 away goals. Nonetheless, the fact that Gala have hit 35 home goals suggests that they’ll win even if they do concede one goal.
The odds aren’t great, but the hosts will almost certainly win this as long as they aren’t on the beach. Let’s just hope we see an away consolation.
Trabzonspor v Bursaspor. 3PM
Struggling Bursaspor can confirm their survival with a positive result at Trabzonspor, which will give them the incentive to attack. On the other hand, it will be difficult to suddenly turn up after losing six on the spin.
They have scored in each of their last two defeats, however, and can look to Pablo Batalla and Kubilay Kanatsizkus for inspiration against Trabzonspor, who have gone five games without a win too.
The hosts have drawn four of those five matches, though, so are in far better form than their opponents. While they do concede goals too, Ersun Yanal’s have netted 21 on home turf. Hugo Rodallega and co. will fancy their chances against a side that has conceded 35 away goals, and they could give their fans something to cheer.
Trabzonspor won January’s reverse clash via a 2-1 scoreline. There’s every chance we’ll see a similar scoreline here.