Başakşehir to host Fenerbahçe in crucial league game
A win for the home side on Feb. 11 will increase that point difference to eight points. After two back-to-back draws in league games, Fenerbahçe can ill afford to drop more points.
Galatasaray will go out for a victory against struggling Antalyaspor in the last match of Week 21 competition on Feb. 12 to make best use of the game against its two biggest title rivals.
Fourth-placed Beşiktaş has a relatively comfortable fixture at hand, hosting cellar-dweller Karabükspor, which has lost all but two of its away games so far this season, on Feb. 10 at Vodafone Park.
Also on Feb. 10, Gençlerbirliği, which has climbed up from the relegation zone with a seven-game unbeaten streak, hosts Trabzonspor, which has drawn each of its last four games.
In the day’s other match, Göztepe plays Osmanlıspor at home.
Kayserispor, which sits in fifth place three points behind Beşiktaş, will entertain Sivasspor at home on Feb. 11, hoping for a victory to pursue its chances of finishing in the top four for a European berth.
Bursaspor travels to Akhisarspor and Alanyaspor hosts Konyaspor in the week’s other games.