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Turkey v Georgia: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Turkey and Georgia begin their Euro 2024 adventure in Dortmund on Tuesday evening with a Group F clash they will both believe they can win.

For Georgia, this is their debut outing at a European Championship finals.

Turkey are making their sixth finals appearance and are hoping to get out of the group stage for the fourth time, after missing out on progress at the last two tournaments.

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How to watch Turkey v Georgia and TV channel

Turkey v Georgia will be broadcast on BBC1 in the UK.

Turkey v Georgia kick-off time, date and venue

Turkey v Georgia is being played at the BVB Stadion in Dortmund, Germany. Kick-off is set for 17:00 GMT on Tuesday 18th June, 2024.

Turkey v Georgia stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Turkey were beaten just once in qualifying, winning five of their eight games and topping their group ahead of Croatia. They collected a joint-high 27 yellow cards in eight games.

Italian boss Vincenzo Montella has done an excellent job with the Turks and he's likely to view this group as one his side can emerge from.

Georgia are led by former France defender Willy Sagnol and the 47-year-old is relatively inexperienced in the dugout compared to Montella.

He can be happy with his work, regardless, as the Georgians are gracing a major tournament for the first time having defeated Luxembourg and Greece (penalties) in the play-offs after finishing fourth in qualifying.

Turkey v Georgia head-to-head record (H2H)

Turkey wins

3

Draws

1

Georgia wins

1

*H2H stats refer to all competitions and friendlies

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Turkey v Georgia team news

Turkey team news

Turkey lost Enes Unal, Caglar Soyuncu and Ozan Kabak to injuries pre-tournament.

Juventus attacker Kenan Yildiz is expected to operate in the No.10 role, likely behind Baris Alper Yilmaz, while Hakan Calhanoglu will captain the side from midfield.

Arda Guler has impressed for Real Madrid in La Liga and the teenager could become pivotal for his country.

Georgia team news

Georges Mikautadze of Metz is likely to be one of Georgia's key threats, with Otar Kiteishvili of Sturm Graz operating alongside him if passed fit.

Basel's teenage midfielder Gabriel Sigua was a late call-up to the squad and will hope to make some impact, while Giorgi Chakvetadze was a key man for Watford in the English Championship last term and has already scored eight goals in 24 internationals.

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