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Turkish Super Lig – a punter’s paradise

Turkish Super Lig – a punter’s paradise

Turkish football is full of surprises and offers some of the most lucrative betting conditions on the market. But how does it compare to other leagues?

The ideal conditions for an easy football game are obvious; organized atmosphere, little to no fan pressure and decent weather.

In Turkish football, however, all of those things fly in the opposite direction which creates opportunities for punters and bettors alike to create good-sized chunks of winnings.

Playing away in most countries around the world, including the UK, Spain, Germany, Italy and France, is tough but nothing compares to the away atmospheres of Turkish Super Lig matches.

Known for being overly passionate, Turks tend to go above and beyond for their clubs including using clever ways of avoiding stadium bans.

Flares, large microphones and speakers, drums and trumpets are all commonly seen in stadiums all around Turkey as fans try to give their clubs an advantage during their homes games. For this reason, they are sometimes referred to as the “12th man”.

English clubs, particularly Manchester Untied and Liverpool, Italian clubs and even Spanish sides know all too well what playing in Turkey is like.

Throw in the significant amount of travel required and one can easily come to the conclusion that away games in Turkey could provide a significant challenge for players and teams but a real possibility of winning big for punters who like to try their luck.

For instance, a mid-sized club such as Alanyaspor, based in the resort town of Alanya, are travelling to face relegation battlers Kasimpasa in Istanbul.

Under normal circumstances, one would be forgiven for writing off Alanyaspor considering that it’s a 9 hour bus ride between those two cities.

But knowing the conditions of away games in Turkey and the fact that Kasimpasa are in bad form, fighting for their survival, including the resignation of their club manager and release of eight players recently, the odds of Alanyaspor winning away at 1.90 (10/11) versus Kasimpasa winning at home 3.60 (13/5) are quite inviting.

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Turkish football, and the Turkish Super Lig in particular, offer lucrative odds to those with good intuition. With upsets occurring on a regular basis, it’s no surprise that it is one of the top leagues for punters to partake in.


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