Turkey host Martin Ødegaard and Erling Haaland’s Norway at Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium as part of Group G Matchday 7 of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. Both hope to qualify with the Netherlands for a winter trip in Qatar, but for the moment, it is the Norwegians, second, tied with the Dutch, who are closest.

With only 4 games to go until the end of the group, it’s a bit of a win or miss for Turkey. The Turks’ last game went so badly that if they lost twice in a row morale could drop dramatically and the World Cup in Qatar could be just a bad memory. Indeed, Turkey is approaching this match after a humiliating defeat (6-1) against the Netherlands last month. However, it cannot be denied that the Turks had a good run in Group G of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, as they sit third in the table with 11 points. They managed to win three of their six games. One of those group wins came in Spain where Haaland failed to score in Turkey’s 3-0 victory.

Even though Stefan Kuntz has been named all-star and crescent manager, the Turkish disillusionment that arose during the Euro tournament seems to have gotten the better of the country’s football team. Turkey was seen as the hidden gem of the competition, and the nation could easily advance to the quarter-finals. Indeed, after three disappointing performances (eight goals conceded, one scored, three losses), and especially after the humiliating defeat of Turkey against the Netherlands, Turkey have hired Stefan Kuntz with the aim of rebuilding this extremely talented team.

Norway, meanwhile, is in great shape. Thanks to their star striker, the Norwegians are quickly becoming one of the most dangerous teams internationally. In their last match, they beat Gibraltar of Julio Cesar Ribas (5-1). A hat-trick from Borussia Dortmund sensation Erling Braut Haaland secured Norway’s victory for Stale Solbakken. Unfortunately, as we’ll see later in this article, Haaland is injured and won’t be available against Turkey. While there are other top talent in the squad, it puts Norway in a more difficult position, offensively at least.

The buzz around Norway isn’t just due to the few amazing players they have. In fact, if there is some excitement around the team, it is purely based on the results. The Norwegians have lost just one of the last six games, while registering four wins in the process. Only two of Norway’s last nine clashes have resulted in victories for the home teams, while the visiting nation of Norway has triumphed five times in that span.

Stefan Kuntz has named his strongest team, and we think the new manager has instilled some confidence in this Turkish team. The only downside for him is that Leicester City center-back Caglar Soyuncu is suspended for this game.

Norway will be deprived of some important players. It will be a great way to test this Norwegian team and see if the depth of their squad is enough to compete with the best nations in the world. As we mentioned earlier, Norway will be without Borussia Dortmund forward Haaland, Real Sociedad forward Sorloth, Watford forward King and Brentford center-back Ajer.

At home, after a very disappointing summer because of the Euro, the Turks have so much to prove, and we believe that the new manager will induce a surge of confidence in the squad. In addition, knowing the very restrictive absences on the Norwegian side, we believe that Turkey will win this meeting.

Apart from the Netherlands, Turkey and Norway are the best performing offensive teams in Group G. On top of that, it’s a very important game for a qualification for the 2022 World Cup. We think both teams will score. .

We have two teams in contrast, one outperforming in the squad and one that is not playing to its capabilities. It is very possible that she will neutralize this Friday. Draw.

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