Turkey look to welcome the likes of Montenegro at the Vodafone Arena as both these sides head in to this fixture with the stakes high on their agenda to qualify for the World Cup in 2022.
The Crescent-Stars come into this fixture after a horrendous Euro campaign as they failed to get a point after expectations were high from the Turkish side to progress further into the tournament.
They will be looking to put all that behind them and start fresh as they will be aiming to get on track on their form in the qualifiers.
The Turks currently sit in 1st position on the table with 7 points on the board and they will be looking to extend their gap between themselves and their opponents who sit in third with 6 points on board.
The away side will be looking to bounce back after losing 1-0 against Norway in their previous qualifier game and they will be hoping that they can cause an upset against the Turks.