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Turkey vs Latvia prediction, odds and free betting tips (30/03/21)

This preview aims to provide betting insights into Turkey's World Cup 2022 qualifying fixture against minnows Latvia at the Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı.

Turkey vs Latvia Top Free Betting Tips

This section provides the best predictions for the game along with free betting tips.

Prediction 1

  • Market: Match Result & Both Team to Score
  • Our tip: Turkey & No
  • Odds: 21/50

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Prediction 2

  • Market: Match Result And Over/Under 2.5
  • Our tip: Turkey & Over 2.5
  • Odds: 2/5

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Prediction 3

  • Market: Half Time / Full Time
  • Our tip: Turkey / Turkey
  • Odds: 4/5

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Result/Both Team to Score: Turkey & No

Turkey have dispatched off the threat of Norway and the Netherlands to lead their World Cup qualifying group. They now take on the challenge of minnows Latvia, who should not pose that much of a threat. On the other hand, the visitors' four-match scoring run came to a halt against the Dutch, and their barren will continue against the Turks.

Match Result And Over/Under 2.5: Turkey & Over 2.5

The Crescent-Stars first two qualifying fixtures against established European sides saw the Over 2.5 being realized in their favour. During this process, they have scored seven and conceded only two for their perfect record. This trend should continue against the Latvians, who have conceded four goals with just one reply in their respective outings.

Half Time / Full Time: Turkey / Turkey

Senol Günes' men have scored two goals in each of their games this past week. They have won three of their four 45 minute periods, drawing the remaining 2-2. On the other hand, the Latvians have conceded in each half of their two competitive outings. With the Turks claiming a clean sheet against Erling Haaland and Co., the odds are in their favour to win both halves and continue their winning run.

Turkey vs Latvia: Team News and Match Preview


The Crescent-Stars are leading their 2022 World Cup qualifying group with impressive wins over the Netherlands and Noway. Erling Haaland and Co were downed 0-3 at home, while Luke de Jong and Co. suffered a 4-2 defeat in Istanbul. Burak Yilmaz was their hero against the Dutch, while Norway saw the Turks give an all-around performance. Senol Günes has overseen the perfect start to their campaign and will be looking to extend their two-match winning run.


The 11 Wolves have been on the received end of two defeats in their qualifying fixtures. Dainis Kazakevics' men are slated to fight for the bottom places in their group and have performed considerably better than Gibraltar. The current squad has plenty of quality in midfield with Artūrs Zjuzins, Igors Tarasovs, Jānis Ikaunieks, Vladimirs Kamešs, and Roberts Savaļnieks. They will be coming on the pitch under Antonijs Černomordijs' leadership, who continues to build on his forays with the armband as a U19 star.

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Turkey vs Latvia Prediction

When is the match scheduled?

The match will take place on 30 March 2020 at 20:45 GMT.

Where is the match being played?

The match will take place at Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı.

Where to watch it?

Sport TV is the place to watch the live broadcast. One can also watch the game from the numerous live streams available from bookmakers.

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