Basaksehir’s last defeat is the one at the Stadio Olimpico against Roma. The Turkish side is a tough obstacle for the Lupi.
In order to understand how difficult Roma’s next match is, we have to take into consideration what Basaksehir did since September 19, 2019. That was the day of their last defeat, 4-0 against Roma.
Certainly, we can say that in this period the Giallorossi have improved a lot although the same is true for the Turkish side. Basaksehir have been undefeated in their last 11 matches and their performances in the Turkish Super Lig have been simply remarkable.
Cengiz Under‘s former team is now in the third position of the standings and unexpectedly leading the Europa League Group J ahead of Borussia M’Gladbach and Roma.
Taking into consideration only their international games, after their upset at the Stadio Olimpico, Basaksehir halted the german side at home and defeated Wolfsberger two times.
Roma, instead, need approximately four points to get access to the knockout stages. The Giallorossi could go on if various combinations of results should take place and Fonseca‘s side would still have chances to qualify even without a win in Turkey.