TURKEY superstars Yilmaz and Bulut have poured in goals in club football for Galatasaray but at international level it just hasn't clicked.
The Turks are struggling in their qualification group and they'll need to convert more chances to have any chance of going to Brazil.
Latvia hasn't impressed anyone in quite some time. Recently they lost 3-1 in Qatar and they have only won once in the last eight matches. That was a game against Lichtenstein.
In four of their last six away games Latvia have lost by two goals or more so obviously they struggle defensively.
Turkey have failed to win in their two last home friendlies (Denmark and Czech Republic) but they've made a wise choice fixing up a meeting with Latvia in Germany.
It must be said though that going forward Latvia has some decent options in players who play for pretty solid clubs such as CSKA Moscow and HSV. I wouldn't be surprised if the Latvians got a goal themselves.
It's a great opportunity for players such as Bulut, Yilmaz, Turan and perhaps Rennes star Erding to shine. They couldn't really ask for a weaker defense so all eyes are on them to go for the jugular.
Turkey -1.5 at 1.975 Bet365