Turkey seeks to continue momentum

Turkey seeks to continue momentum

Turkey is aiming to keep their momentum going as they seek to win against Wales, to earn back-to-back wins. While their opponent is from a win, Wales is hoping to bounce back in this game, as they are from a defeat on their last match. Considering that these two teams are from different results, it is evident that it was Turkey who has a better momentum here. However, despite Turkey‘s good momentum, Wales is the one with advantage in their previous games. In their seven matches in their history, Wales have won four matches, as opposed to Turkey‘s two. Considering these records, expect that Wales and Turkey are both confident coming into this match. This meeting will be on June 20, 2023, at 2:45 AM (GMT+8), as Turkey welcome Wales.


Euro Qualifying: Turkey

Turkey is coming into this game with a good momentum, as they are from a 3-2 win against Latvia on their previous game. It was Abdulkerim Bardakci, Cengiz Under, and Irfan Kahveci who helped Turkey to secure the victory. As they come into this game, they are aiming to build from that momentum so they could improve their standing. Currently, Turkey is still at the top of Group D with six points, but it is not enough for them. With that, they are aiming to score a win here and widen their lead with the teams below them. This is not impossible though, as they have a talented squad with them. They have Orkun Kokcu, who is although young, he was already able to provide for Turkey. Additionally, their squad’s experience is also one of the advantage they see here.

Turkey have no fresh injury concerns or disciplinary concern coming into this game, which works for their advantage. Cengiz Under is expected to lead Turkey, as he is the best performer for the Turkish squad in the qualifiers.


Euro Qualifying: Wales
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Wales on the other hand is unfortunate, as they are coming into this game from a 4-2 loss to Armenia on their last match. On that match, it was Daniel James, and Harry Wilson who scored for Wales, but are not enough for a win. Wales are now aiming to bounce back to try to steal the top spot from Turkey. Currently, they are with four points at the third of Group D, and an additional three points will help them get the top spot. Since Gareth Bale already retired from international duties, adjustments were made for Wales. A new generation arose from Wales, so they are still looking to find ways to bring back their glory. Fortunately, they could be confident here since they are dominating Turkey in their past meetings.

They will be without Kieffer Moore, after he was dismissed on their last match, after violating the league’s violent conduct rules. Fortunately, they are boosted with the return of David Brooks, who returns for Wales for the first time since October 2021.


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