After falling 2-0 in their previous Super Lig match against Istanbul Başakşehir, Konyaspor is hoping for a better outcome here. In that match, Konyaspor had 51 percent possession and 12 shots on goal, with two of those shots hitting the crossbar.
On the other hand, Istanbul Başakşehir had four shots on goal and 12 chances to score. For Istanbul Başakşehir, Berkay Ozcan scored 43′ and Deniz Türüç scored 64′, respectively. In recent times, Konyaspor matches have been emotional, with the presence of high scorers being a sign of distinction.
Both teams have scored 20 goals in their last six games, an average of 3.33 goals per game, with Konyaspor scoring eight of those goals. Let’s see if that pattern holds in this match. Istanbulspor and their supporters are hoping for a better outcome this time around after their Super Lig defeat to Kayserispor.
Istanbulspor had 47% possession and 8 shots on goal in that match, including 3 between the three posts. Jason Lokilo (10′) and Valon Ethemi scored the goals for Istanbulspor (32′). Kayserispor, on the other hand, had 15 chances to score, seven of which were successful.
Kayserispor received goals from Carlos Mané (18′), Onur Bulut (52′), Emrah Başsan (83′), and lhan Parlak (89′). Istanbulspor’s preference for high-scoring games can be seen in the fact that they have scored 23 goals in their last six games, an average of 3.83 goals per game. 16 of those goals have been scored by the opposing team.
We believe Konyaspor would be able to score a few goals in this match against Istanbulspor, who won’t have many chances to score first. After 90 minutes, Konyaspor has a comfortable advantage of 2-0.
Istanbulspor defeated Konyaspor 0-4 in their final league match on matchday 3 of the Super Lig on August 22, 2022. Istanbulspor had 49 percent ball possession that day, took 10 shots, and four of them were on target. Mehmet Yeşil scored (an own goal in the 56th minute).
On the other hand, Konyaspor scored on 14 of those shots. Endri ekiçi scored 29′, Guilherme Sityá scored 44′, and Endri ekiçi scored 69′.
Amir Hadziahmetovic, a 25-year-old midfielder, will miss Konyaspor’s match against Istanbulspor because of a foot injury he suffered last week. Stanojevic expects Hadziahmetovic to be back in action by the end of February.
Additionally, the Anatolian Eagle’s five-goal striker Muhammet Demir will be out for most of February with a shoulder injury. As a result, Mame Biram Diouf, 35, can anticipate a prolonged stint in the starting lineup after starting just eight games this season.
Topalli and Eduart Rroca are vying for a spot in the starting lineup after appearing as substitutes the previous time out, and Tekke is eager to make a change after a week of consecutive defeats.
After attempting a five-at-the-back formation against Kayserispor on Sunday, Istanbulspor may switch back to a back four, resulting in the 30-year-old defender Adi Mehremic losing his starting spot.
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