Next pick for today which we really want to predict and give our exclusive verdict is going to be from International Friendly Game between the national teams of Russia and Turkey. Both sides will take a place in VEB Arena, Moscow, Russia. As we can see that in this event the Russian team is a host this meeting. The referee who will be involved in this one is Ovidiu Hategan who is native from Romania, moreover, the average yellow cards in this amazing contest are 5.21, therefore we have to expect a lot of cards in this one, but we don’t think so.
Russia has failed to win its last 6 games now, drawing twice and losing four times so far. Russia certainly is not, and the way they have been playing lately is going to have them very nervous once the World Cup begins if they cannot turn it around. This is their final friendly before kicking off against the team of Saudi Arabia, but you just can't see Turkey losing here.
Russia and Turkey have played three times before that, with Russia carrying an unbeaten record into this game. In 2016 they met in a friendly, and it ended 0:0. That followed up 1:0 wins by Russia in 1998 and 1994, both also in were friendlies events. Both sides have scored in four of Turkey’s last five international Friendly Games. Also, both teams have kept just a single clean sheet between them in their last ten encounters combined. Turkey has kept a clean sheet in just two of the previous 10 games away from home., while the Russian side has kept a clean sheet in just two of the previous ten clashes at home.
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