Kasimpasa vs. Gaziantep (Sunday, 10.30am)
The home side are coming into this match off the back of three consecutive defeats, while the visitors also lost on home soil the last time out.
We say: Kasimpasa 1-1 Gaziantep
Kasimpasa have struggled in recent games and are low on confidence coming into this match. However, they have enjoyed recent success at home against Sunday's opponents and that could help boost their morale.
Gaziantep were on a brilliant run prior to last weekend's defeat and their victory on the road last time out will increase their belief when they play away from home.
We predict that both sides will cancel out each other's efforts.
Trabzonspor vs. Kayserispor (Sunday, 1.00pm)
Both teams are locked on the same points in fifth and sixth respectively, as well as each possessing five-game undefeated streaks.
We say: Trabzonspor 1-1 Kayserispor
With confidence brimming in both squads, this has the makings of being a highly-competitive tussle, and an important one if European qualification is to remain a realistic possibility later in the season. A draw looks the most likely outcome and one that each team would settle for, yet do not be surprised to see a late winner from either side.
Ankaragucu vs. Besiktas (Sunday, 4.00pm)
The hosts are currently in 11th place in the league standings with 16 points after 13 games, while the visitors are third with 25 points over the same period.
We say: Ankaragucu 1-2 Besiktas
Besiktas have been hit with a staggering amount of injuries this season, and their performances in Europe and domestically have notably suffered. However, with a few key players starting to work their way back, the Black Eagles will be looking for major improvement during the December period. This will not be an easy trip for the visitors, but we fancy them to grind out a slender victory.