The prize for victory in this keenly-anticipated play-off will be the Super League title, and Galatasaray will be kicking themselves if they succumb. Upon the completion of the regular season, they held a nine-point advantage over Saturday’s opponents, yet have seen that lead whittled down to one after dropping far too many points during the play-offs. The Yellow Canaries sparked their city rival’s poor sequence with a 2-1 win on 22 April and will hope to heap on more misery this weekend.
A draw would be enough for Fatih Terim’s charges, although history suggests this might be the best they can hope for: Galatasaray have not won at the Şükrü Saracoğlu
Stadium for 12 years. “The season’s final awaits,” said Galatasaray goalkeeper Fernando Muslera. “It is a single match, a single chance. A point will be enough but we have never played for a draw. We’ll go there aiming for three points. It will be a hard match, in a hard atmosphere, so we will need cool heads.”
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