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Turkey vs Norway

Turkey suffered a pretty demoralizing defeat last time they assembled back in September on the road against the Netherlands, being completely overrun with a 6:1 result.
A positive outcome is surely needed to boost their morale, and furthermore, they are still in a good position to grab the play-off place, as they are currently at the 3rd spot, having only two points less compared to their opponents in the upcoming clash.
The Turks miss out goalkeeper Guno (22/0, Besiktas), defender Meras (15/0, Besiktas), midfielders Yokuslu (39/1, Celta), Karaca (8/1, Alanyaspor), Kahveci (21/1, Fenerbahce), Tokoz (10/1 Trabzonspor) and forwards Karaman (28/6, Besiktas) and Unal (24/2, Getafe) compared to previous matches.
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Turkey vs Montenegro

Turkey is the only nation that is unbeaten in group G, which besides them, includes Netherlands, Montenegro, Norway, Latvia, and Gibraltar, currently sitting on the top with seven points collected so far.
They were victorious against the Netherlands at home with 4:2 and won over Norway on the road with a convincing 0:3 result, but made a setback against severely underestimated Latvia when they come with a 3:3 home draw.
Even though the Turks disappointed last time they assembled for the EURO tournament, they are entering this clash as strong favorites, and will certainly do their best to continue their campaign in the best way possible.
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Turkey vs Italy

The Turks will have a difficult task in their opening match, but despite being severely underestimated by the bookies, they have the results to back them up, as currently, they are unbeaten this year in all competitions and look potent in the attack.
Probably their greatest victory this year was against the Netherlands 4:2 during the World Cup qualifiers back in March when they showed just how dangerous they can be, and I don’t see them holding back in their opener, as their offensive potential has to be taken seriously.
Left-back Erkin (59/2, Fenerbahce), midfielder Tekdemir (22/0, Basaksehir), and forward Tosun (45/18, Besiktas) are out of the team this time.
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