Trabzonspor vs. Hatayspor (Monday, 2.00pm)
Both sides were in Turkish Cup last 16 action in midweek and were taken to 120 minutes with differing outcomes for the two.
We say: Trabzonspor 1-2 Hatayspor
Despite home advantage and more quality on paper, Trabzonspor have been hopelessly out of form recently, and the midweek cup win only papered over some very glaring cracks.
Hatayspor meanwhile, should remain confident despite their penalty shootout defeat, as seven points from their last three league games has seen them move clear of trouble, and another fine result could be on the cards.
Samsunspor vs. Antalyaspor (Monday, 5.00pm)
Both teams head into the clash, looking to bounce back after crashing out of the Turkish Cup during the week.
We say: Samsunspor 1-2 Antalyaspor
While both teams are coming into this match off poor results, Antalyaspor look like the side likely to take the chance to stop their rot. However, we expect it to be a close battle given Samsunspor's decent home record this season.
Kayserispor vs. Besiktas (Monday, 5.00pm)
The hosts are in desperate need of a positive result and head into this match with 28 points after 24 matches, while the visitors have managed 39 points over the same period.
We say: Kayserispor 1-1 Besiktas
Besiktas have struggled for any type of consistency this season, and while they come into this match following back-to-back victories, their performances in those matches were far from convincing. All things considered, Yilmaz has made a solid start to life as manager of Kayserispor, and we feel he may be able to sneak a point against his former employers.