Euroleague Fenerbahce vs Maccabi Tel Aviv preview and prediction
Two teams that are in eleventh place in Euroleague basketball will face sixthth Action round. The Israeli champions from Maccabi Tel Aviv (2-3), who want to turn their last win into a series, are hosting the Turkish Fenerbahce (2-3). The Turks have got off to a surprisingly slow start and lost three straight after winning their first two.
Appointment time: October 29, 2020, 3:00 p.m. EDT
Spread: Maccabi Tel Aviv -3.5 total: +155.5
Maccabi Tel Aviv
Maccabi has a 2-3 record and is linked to Fenerbahce and CSKA Moscow in the 11thth Place of the league. In their last game, they lost three games with a road win against Khimki in extra time (87: 89). You were a 1.5 point favorite and managed to beat the odds.
Scottie Wilbekin leads the team with both 17 ppg and 5 assists per game.
Fenerbahce also has a 2-3 record and is tied with Maccabi and CSKA in eleventh place. They have lost three straight and in their last game they lost to Panathinaikos on the road, 82-68. They were a 5.5 point favorite but couldn’t cover the spread.
Brandon Davies leads the team with 14.2 ppg and adds 3.6 rebounds per game.
head to head
Maccabi won both games against Fener last season.
At home by 12 points and on the way by one.
They also lead 14-7 all-time wins in the Euroleague.
You are 1: 1 at home while Fener is 1: 1 on the way.
Maccabi has the best offensive in the league at 81 ppg, Fener’s third worst at 74.6. Fenerbahce are better defensively (73.8 to 81.2 ppg).
Maccabi have a better field target percentage (45.9% to 45.2%) while Fenerbahce has the second best 3 point percentage (40.4% to 35.2%).
Feners are better at assists (18-16.4) while Maccabi are better at rebound (32.2-30.6).
Both teams make almost the same number of turnovers (14-14.2).
Bookies give Maccabi a -3.5 spread and expect them to beat the odds. Fener is currently having big problems and historically has had a tough time with the hosts.
Fenerbahce vs Maccabi Tel Aviv prediction: Maccabi Tel Aviv -3.5 (-112)
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