Euro Predictions 2024 | Türkiye vs Georgia

Match Prediction: Türkiye vs Georgia UEFA European Championship 2024

The Euro Championship 2024 is Georgia's first major tournament, which makes it difficult to predict how they will fare. Turkey, on the other hand, has a lot of experience, and this blend with Georgia's new talent and enthusiasm will make this match interesting for fans to watch.




How did they qualify?

Turkey finished top of their qualifying group, but they were only a single point ahead of Croatia. Turkey lost only one match in Group D against Croatia, and with their strong performances, they managed to secure their place in the championship.

Georgia faced many challenges during the qualifiers, as they were placed in a group against some strong teams, including Spain, Norway, Scotland, and Cyprus. Georgia finished fourth place in Group A of the qualifiers, therefore, any hope of qualifying for this tournament seemed gone. However, the nation defied all odds by beating Luxembourg and Greece in the play-offs during the UEFA Nations League, seizing the opportunity to play in the Euro Championship 2024.

Team Analysis

Turkish head coach, Vincenzo Montella, hasn't been leading the team long, but the Italian has been relatively successful. It seems that his strategy is clear, but it would be difficult to predict which players he plans to bring to the forefront. Ismail Yuksek, Kerem Akturkoglu and Baris Alper Yilmaz are the only three players present in all three matches under Montella as he likes to change his team quite frequently. Apart from them, players like Merih Demiral and Kenan Yildiz are likely to be part of Turkey’s team and expected to play a crucial role.

Georgia manager Willy Sagnol made some alterations in his team, bringing Georges Mikautadze up front alongside Kvaratskhelia. The two have put up an impressive partnership, and their new positions have brought the team a lot of success.

Players to watch

The Turkish team is filled with skilled players, but there is one who many fans are expecting to carry them through:

- Kerem Akturkoglu: This 25-year-old plays as a striker for Galatasaray, and he was instrumental in securing yet another title for the Turkish giants. His performances during the qualifiers also allowed him to secure his position in the team under Montella, and he will be hoping to repay that trust.

Georgia’s team may not comprise many well-known names, but they do have a few players who are considered top talents. One such player is:

- Khvicha Kvaratskhelia: Kvaratskhelia, plays as a forward for Napoli and is not only one of the best players in the Georgian team but also in the Seria A. His dribbling capabilities are impressive, and his out-swinging crosses are just as accurate, which has made him the focus of attention of many top teams across Europe.


Georgia might be the weakest team to have qualified for the tournament so unfortunately for them, we are backing a Turkey win. That's not to say it would be easy, though. The longer the game remains goalless, the more Georgia's confidence will grow. However, the last time the teams faced off was 12 years ago, so be prepared for any outcome.