Turkey League Prediction: Super Lig Betting Tips

At the pinnacle of the Turkish football system stands the Süper Lig. It is renowned for its vibrant and competitive nature. This league showcases the country's most successful and popular clubs, captivating fans with thrilling matches and intense rivalries.

Here, football takes on a whole new level of intensity. Bursting with energy and adrenaline, this premier league is a melting pot of intense rivalries, passionate supporters, and unforgettable matches. From the grand stadiums to the thunderous chants, the Süper Lig showcases the best of Turkish football.

In this write-up, we will delve into the details of the Süper Lig, exploring its structure, teams, and the exciting battles that unfold within its ranks.

Turkey League Prediction: this week's top three tips

Here are our predictions for three of this week's big games in the play-off sections of the Turkish Super Lig.

Sivasspor vs Kayserispor: BTTS – No

  • Each of Sivasspor's last three games have featured a ‘nil' in the final scoreline
  • Four of Kayserispor's last five games have ended with someone failing to score
  • Across the respective last three fixtures of each team, they've scored just a combined one goal

Tip Probability: 47%

Besiktas vs Konyaspor: Over 2.5 goals

  • Besiktas have seen four of their last five home games go over 2.5 goals
  • Four of Konyaspor's last five games have gone north of 2.5 goals
  • The last four head to head games between these sides have averaged 2.8 goals

Tip Probability: 67%

Giresunspor vs Antalyaspor: BTTS

  • Giresunspor have seen both teams score in three of their last four home games
  • Antalyaspor have seen three of their last five away games end with goals at both ends
  • The last five head to head games have seen both teams net goals

Tip Probability: 64%

Turkish Super Lig


Outright Predictions for the Turkish Super Lig

Here are the latest outright predictions for the Turkish Super Lig:

Galatasaray made little work of Sivasspor, earning a 2-0 win to keep their pole position. Besiktas and Fenerbahce also registered victories, the Black Eagles thumping Adana Demirspor 4-1 on the road while the Yellow Canaries trounced Hatayspor 3-0. The Turkish Super Lig top-four is currently standing like this,

Super Lig 22/23
# Team P W D L +/- Points


34 26 4 4 50 82


34 24 5 5 45 77


35 23 8 4 42 77

Adana Demirspor

35 19 9 7 30 66

Istanbul Basaksehir

35 17 8 10 15 59


35 17 6 12 12 57


35 12 14 9 8 50


35 15 4 16 -6 49

Fatih Karagumruk

35 12 12 11 9 48


35 12 7 16 -13 43


35 12 6 17 -9 42


36 11 8 17 -16 41


35 11 7 17 -8 40


34 10 8 16 -10 38


35 9 10 16 -20 37


34 10 5 19 -23 35


35 7 9 19 -13 30

Gazisehir Gaziantep FK

34 6 7 21 -35 25


34 6 5 23 -58 23

Turkey League Rules and Information

Turkish Super Lig

Starting from the 2020 season, the Süper Lig expanded to include 20 clubs, though the 2022/23 campaign had 19 teams. The league table is determined by the total points accumulated by each team. In case of a tie-in point, the head-to-head record and goal difference are used as tiebreakers to determine the winner. The club with the highest points at the end of the season is crowned the champion of the Süper Lig.

At the conclusion of the season, the three lowest-placed teams in the Süper Lig are relegated to the 1. Lig, the second-tier league in Turkish football. Simultaneously, the top two teams from the 1. Lig are promoted to the Süper Lig, along with the winner of a playoff involving the third to sixth-placed teams from the 1. Lig.

In addition to the intense competition for the Süper Lig title and relegation battles, teams in the league also strive to secure qualification for prestigious European competitions. The allocation of these spots is as follows:

The champion of the Süper Lig earns direct qualification for the group stage of the UEFA Champions League, while the runner-up secures a place in the second qualifying round. The team finishing in third place in the Süper Lig qualifies for the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League while the fourth-placed team in the Süper Lig secures a spot in the second qualifying round.

An additional spot in the UEFA Europa League is granted to the winner of the Turkish Cup. This victory earns the club qualification for the play-off round of the Europa League.

Best bookmakers to use for Turkey League betting

In the UK, there aren't a whole host of bookmakers that offer Outright betting odds on the Turkish Super Lig with the best of the bunch being bet365.

Bet365 are currently offering odds on who will win the Turkish Super Lig title with Galatasaray being the favourite, followed by Besiktas and Fenerbahce.

However, when it comes to betting on individual matches there are a whole host of bookmakers that offer odds on Turkish Super Lig matches such as Unibet, Midnite, Bet Victor, LiveScoreBet, betfair, William Hill, Stake, 888Sport, BetUK, betway, Paddy Power, Betfred, Ladbrokes, Coral, bet365 and Skybet.

Here are our top three picks for Belgian Pro League bookmakers,

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Turkey League Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many teams play in the Belgian Pro League? – 19 clubs compete in Turkey's top flight, reduced from 20 that have been competing in the Super Lig since 2020. Prior to the 2020 campaign, 18 clubs participated in the Super Lig.
  • Which team has the most Turkish Super Lig titles? – Galatasaray have won 22 top-division titles to date, with Fenerbahce trailing with 19 and Besiktas with 16.
  • Who are the current Turkish Super Lig champions? – Trabzonspor won the 2021/22 campaign, claiming their 7th Super Lig title.
  • What are the domestic cup competitions in Turkey? – the Turkish Cup and the Turkish Super Cup are two domestic cup competitions. The Turkish Cup lets clubs from all divisions take part, while the Super Cup is an annual match between Super Lig and Turkish Cup winners.
  • When was the Turkish Super Lig founded? – the Turkish Super Lig was created in 1959 as the Millî Lig. However, the first league competition in Turkey was the Istanbul Football League which debuted in the 1904-05 years.