|Sivasspor vs Denizlispor||Sivasspor to Win||8/15|
|Yeni Malatyaspor vs Kasimpasa||Kasimpasa/Draw Double Chance||4/7|
|Rizespor vs Galatasaray||Galatasaray to Win||3/4|
|Goztepe vs Trabzonspor||Trabzonspor Draw No Bet||8/13|
|Energetik-BGU Minsk vs BATE Borisov||BATE Borisov -1 Handicap||10/11|
|All Five Results as an Accumulator||12/1|
- Sivasspor vs Denizlispor – Sivasspor are still right in the mix for the Turkish Super Lig title, and they will fancy their chances of seeing off a toothless Denizlispor here. The hosts boast the considerable goal threat of Mustapha Yatabare, and an outstanding run on home soil (W9 D4 L0) reveals how strong they are. Denizlispor have won just 4/13 on the road, and just two teams in the division have scored fewer goals than them this term.
- Yeni Malatyaspor vs Kasimpasa – Something of a relegation six-pointer, these two teams are heading in opposite directions as far as confidence is concerned. The hosts’ formline of W0 D2 L8 reveals their obvious woes, as does a tally of just 12 points taken at home this term. Kasimpasa are moving in the right direction (W3 D1 L0), and that progressive nature makes them hard to oppose here.
- Rizespor vs Galatasaray – These are troubling times for Rizespor, whose run of six defeats in seven has seen them plummet into the relegation zone. And having conceded two or more goals in all of those losses, it’s not as if there is any light at the end of the tunnel. Galatasaray, one of the perennial giants of Turkish football, have won eight of their last ten matches, bludgeoning 26 goals in that spell, and they simply have to be favoured here.
- Goztepe vs Trabzonspor – Can you remember Alexander Sorloth? Crystal Palace fans probably can, and they will be gobsmacked to learn he has been transformed into a goal machine in Turkey. He and strike partner Anthony Nwakaeme have blitzed 29 goals between them in 26 games this term, and that’s reason aplenty to back Trabzonspor here – as is a ten-game unbeaten run. Goztepe have lost three of their last four and won just 5/12 on home soil this term.
- Energetik-BGU Minsk vs BATE Borisov – BATE Borisov are one of perhaps two teams that are a country mile ahead of anyone else in the Belarussian Premier League, and they have to be taken to get their new season off to the best start here. They blitzed 61 goals in 30 games last term, and handicap backers will be delighted to hear that opponents Energetik-BGU Minsk endured the worst defensive record in the division – shipping more than two goals per game, on average.