Fenerbahce Ulker vs Maccabi Tel Aviv will face each other in 24th round of the Euroleague game, which will be held at Ülker Sports Arena, in Istanbul. Two of the strongest rosters of the tournament will face off against each other in a very interesting match to watch. To have more insights on this Euroleague Fenerbahce Ulker vs Maccabi Tel Aviv match, please check out the preview below.

Fenerbahce Ulker

Former Final 4 participants had a very tough start of the season and it’s still hard to tell why that happened. Ulker added D. Williams and N. De Colo to the roster and overall it looks like one of the strongest in the Euroleague for sure. Despite the sloppy start of the season, Ulker is finally getting it together and started to collect some victories. They’re currently sitting in 8th place with 11 victories and 12 losses by winning 6 out of last 7 matches played. D. Williams and N. De Colo finally found their footing in this new roster and the core of the team from previous seasons are getting along well, so Ulker will definitely climb the rankings as the season progresses.

Maccabi Tel Aviv

One of the most surprising teams of this season have run into some troubles lately. Maccabi had to search for players because almost half of the team had issues with health throughout the season and some of the players are still not ready to play 100%. Maccabi is currently on 2 loss streak, including the first loss at home against Real Madrid last week. Anyway, this team is a very dangerous opponent and can score in bunches if they’re allowed to. Maccabi plays absolutely different style of basketball compared to Ulker, as they’re one of the fastest teams of the competition and usually doesn’t spend most of the clock on each possession. A lot will depend on whether or not Maccabi will have their full roster for Friday’s match, but either way, they won’t go away without a fight.

Fenerbahce Ulker vs Maccabi Tel Aviv H2H

Fenerbahce Ulker is leading the h2h by 4 victories to 1 but lost the previous match earlier this season in Tel Aviv, 55-67.


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