Galatasaray may well have successfully defended their Turkish Super Lig title with games to spare, but fans and players alike will want to finish the season with a bang when Trabzonspor visit the Turk Telekom Arena on Saturday evening.
Fatih Terim and his team will be disappointed in last weeks 2-1 loss to bitter rivals Fenerbahce, although the title was already won of course. Today’s game gives the players a chance to make it up to their expectant fans, and while they are very strong favourites to take the spoils, Trabzonspor have hit a nice patch of form in the last few weeks and will hope to push their opponents all the way.
We’ve hit the latter stages of this years ATP Rome tournament and it certainly hasn’t failed to disappoint so far.
Friday sees the last 4 matches in the men’s tournament, with all games streamed live on Bet365, starting at 11.00am when Benoit Paire takes on Marcel Granollers.
French world #36 Paire is priced up at 4/9 with Bet365 to beat his Spanish opponent, but with Granollers knocking out Andy Murray in the last round confidence will be high. There could be a little bit of value in backing Granollers at 13/8 but stakes should be kept to a minimum in this close looking match up.
Kick Off: Sunday 12th May
Live on Bet365 streaming 6.00pm BST
With an action packed day of football in England, your eyes may have scouted through the fixture list and missed a great game in Turkey this Sunday. At 6PM, 1st play 2nd in the Super Lig as Fenerbahce take on Galatasaray and the action is live on Bet365’s live streaming, making it all the more entertaining.
With only 2 games remaining and 10 points separating the two, you may be forgiven for thinking that Galatasaray will turn up and play for entertainment purposes, but you’d be wrong.
Kick Off: Thursday 9th May
Live on Bet365 Streaming 5.00pm
Thursday evening sees AZ Alkmaar take on PSV Eindhoven in what is sure to be a thrilling Dutch Cup Final to be played in Feyenoord’s stadium. With the action being streamed live on Bet365 make sure you tune in at 5.00pm to witness what many feel could be a clash absolutely jam packed with goals.
While AZ’s season hasn’t been anything to get excited about (they occupy 10th place with 1 game remaining), their cup run has been a joy to behold, culminating in a 3-0 semi final win over league champions Ajax, Jozy Altidore scoring a brace in the process.