Turkey take on Greece tonight in the first of their international friendly games which will take place in Antalya.
The match is scheduled for kick-off at 21:00 (local time) and Radu Petrescu has been named referee.
The Crescent-Stars head into the clash in high spirits after a terrific start to the European Championship qualifiers.
Turkey have won both games since Senol Gunes took charge, beating Albania and Moldova.
Gunes will be hoping to keep his 100 percent win streak alive against Greece but will have to do so without in-form striker Burak Yilmaz, midfielder Dorukhan Tokoz and star defender Ozan Kabak.
Mert Gunok is likely to start in goal after a terrific season at Basaksehir conceding just 22 goals in 34 league games this season keeping 17 clean sheets.
Leicester City centre-back Caglar Soyuncu and Sassuolo’s Merih Demiral are expected to be named the centre-back pairing with Lille ace Mehmet Zeki Celik at right-back and Hasan Ali Kaldirim at left-back.
Celta Vigo midfielder Okay Yokuslu is set to start in central midfield and could be joined by Irfan Can Kahveci and Yusuf Yazici.
Hakan Calhanoglu and Cengiz Under are likely to start on the wings with either Everton striker Cenk Tosun or Villarreal forward Enes Unal upfront.
Turkey have played Greece 10 times in the past winning on seven ocassions, drawing twice and losing once.
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Turkey vs Greece
Stadium: Antalya Arena
Kick-Off: 21:00 (Local Time)
Referee: Marian Petrescu
Turkey: Mert, Zeki, Çağlar, Merih, Hasan Ali, Okay, İrfan Can, Yusuf, Hakan, Cengiz, Cenk Tosun
Manager: Şenol Güneş
Greece: Vlahodimos, Stafylidis, Siovas, Koutris, Valerianos, Goncalves, Masouras, Pelkas, Samaris, Kourbelis, Fortounis.
Manager: Angelos Anastasiadis