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International Friendly Preview: Kosovo v Turkey
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International Friendly Preview: Kosovo v Turkey

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Kosovo failed to mark their first FIFA-recognised international appearance with a win so they will be eager to surprise Turkey on Wednesday.
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Brisbane Roar
Central Coast
Draw
Western Sydney
Melbourne City
Draw
Sydney FC
Adelaide Utd
Draw
Wellington Phoenix
Melbourne Victory
Draw
Newcastle
Perth
Draw
AFC Wimbledon
Northampton
Draw
Cambridge Utd
Bury
Draw
Carlisle
Portsmouth
Draw
Luton Town
Exeter
Draw
Morecambe
Accrington Stanley
Draw
Newport County
Hartlepool
Draw
Plymouth
Burton Albion
Draw
Shrewsbury
Dag & Red
Draw
Southend
Mansfield
Draw
Stevenage
Tranmere
Draw
Wycombe
Oxford Utd
Draw
York
Cheltenham
Draw
Birmingham
Rotherham
Draw
Brighton
Norwich
Draw
Fulham
Brentford
Draw
Middlesbrough
Wigan
Draw
Millwall
Charlton
Draw
Nottm Forest
Wolverhampton
Draw
Ipswich
Bournemouth
Draw
Derby
Watford
Draw
Bolton
Blackpool
Draw
Leeds
Blackburn
Draw
Reading
Cardiff
Draw
Sheff Wed
Huddersfield
Draw
Crewe
Crawley
Draw
Gillingham
Fleetwood
Draw
Oldham
Bristol City
Draw
Port Vale
Colchester
Draw
Preston NE
Rochdale
Draw
Scunthorpe
Peterborough
Draw
Walsall
Notts County
Draw
Yeovil
Chesterfield
Draw
Doncaster
Bradford
Draw
Barnsley
Sheff Utd
Draw
Swindon
Milton Keynes Dons
Draw
St Mirren
Celtic
Draw
Aberdeen
Partick
Draw
Dundee Utd
Ross County
Draw
Hamilton Acd
St Johnstone
Draw
Inverness CT
Dundee
Draw
Kilmarnock
Motherwell
Draw
Arsenal
Liverpool
Draw
Everton
Southampton
Draw
Leicester
West Ham
Draw
Man Utd
Aston Villa
Draw
Swansea
Hull City
Draw
West Brom
Queens Park Rangers
Draw
Chelsea
Stoke
Draw
Burnley
Tottenham
Draw
Sunderland
Newcastle
Draw
Crystal Palace
Man City
Draw
Roma
Napoli
Draw
Atalanta
Torino
Draw
Cagliari
Lazio
Draw
Genoa
Udinese
Draw
Inter Milan
Parma
Draw
Palermo
AC Milan
Draw
Sassuolo
Chievo
Draw
Verona
Cesena
Draw
Fiorentina
Sampdoria
Draw
Juventus
Empoli
Draw

The world governing body failed to recognise the Balkan state until their lobbying paid off and they finally made their competitive bow against Haiti in March.

That clash at the Olympic Stadium Adem Jashari in Mitrovica ended goalless, so coach Albert Bunjaki, who was appointed in July 2009, will be hoping to mastermind the nation's first competitive victory at the same ground on Wednesday.

Bunjaki, the youngest coach of his country when he was appointed as Edmond Rugova's successor in 2009, will be hoping the clash is his finest hour.

Neither side will feature in the upcoming FIFA World Cup finals, but Kosovo could make their presence felt with a shock win.

Turkey will have other ideas, though, as they attempt to rebuild following the disappointment of missing out on a play-off spot for the showpiece in Brazil.


They will not have to keep a close eye on talented Manchester United teenager Adnan Januzaj, as the winger opted against playing for Kosovo in favour of Belgium - his country of birth.


Turkey finished fourth in Group D, with a defeat against the Nertherlands sealing their fate.

Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder were on target for Louis van Gaal's men, but Kosovo will not have players of their pedigree in the ranks so Turkey will be expected to come out on top.

There was a sold-out crowd of 17,000 for the clash with Haiti and fans who get another glimpse of their country playing in only their second FIFA-recognised game will hope not to be disappointed on Wednesday.

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