Trabzon welcomes Ferencvaros in a game that is important only for the Turkish champion because the Hungarians secured the second round. Ferencvaros traveled to Turkey without several players, and even among those who arrived in Trabzon, the question is who Stanislav Cherchesov, the coach of the Hungarian team, will send to the field. Eldar Civic, Amer Gojak, and Adama Traore did not travel to the Black Sea coast due to injuries, and Muhamed Besic due to yellow cards, while Frank Bolli stayed in Budapest as a precaution, because in the last game he received a blow to the head that caused him to was unconscious for a few moments. Coach Stanislav Cherchesov also admitted that he is thinking of leaving Andre Botka and Denes Dibus on the bench. When we take all that into account, it seems that several first-team players will not play for Ferencvaros, which will certainly make the job easier for the Trabzon players. In the first game in Budapest, it was 3-2 for the home team, who played almost the entire game with one less player, but today we are expecting a totally different game because the Turkish champion is incomparably stronger at home than away. The Turks will also be absent, two very important players, winger Edin Visca and attacker Maxi Gomez, will not play, but Trabzon has great firepower in attack even without them because Egyptian Trezegeut and the Greek Anastasios Bakasetas are there, both of them capable for scoring multiple goals. Ferencvaros is much better at home than away from home and considering that they don't need points from this game and that 25,000 passionate Turkish fans are waiting for them in the stadium, I think it is a good choice here for the home team to win. Trabzon already won against Red Star and Monaco in Turkey, and I think that he will record his third win at home today against uninterested Ferencvaros.