The 2019–20 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague is being hotly contested this season, with four teams trading at single figures and the bookmakers give a further three clubs a lively chance of lifting that trophy come the end of the campaign.

It is Anadolu Efes who is currently trading as favourite with most bookmakers, with the Istanbul-based side operating at 3/1, with the Turkish club having shown the most impressive form in the competition this season.

Anadolu Efes have won eighteen of their twenty-one regular season matches this season, with the team having racked up more points than any other side this term although we’re not sure that their defence is as equally as strong.

At this point in time, it would appear that Ergin Ataman’s side are going to finish top of the regular standings and that will give them a strong chance considering they would face the weakest team in the play-offs.

However, there’s going to be a stern Spanish challenge in the competition and there has been little to separate Barcelona and Real Madrid this term.

Barca are currently fourth in the standings although there’s little to separate them from the two teams directly above them and the bookies feel as though they are marginal second favourites at 7/2 to claim yet another EuroLeague title.

Real Madrid have an identical fifteen wins and six defeats after twenty-one games played and this team are bidding for an eleventh EuroLeague crown, with Pablo Laso’s team likely to be among the Final Four at this point in time.

There’s also a potential threat coming from Russia in the form of CSKA Moscow and perhaps they are the value proposition at 6/1 considering that they have demonstrated their quality during the regular season.

CSKA have also won fifteen games and they finished second in the regular standings last season before coming through the play-offs to beat Anadolu Efes in the final and being crowned champions.

In addition to Anadolu Efes, there is also a threat from Turkey in the form of Fenerbahce, with the bookies making them a 10/1 chance despite the fact that they currently sit outside the top eight places.

It’s been a difficult season for the team so far, although they have had some tough games and have the potential to get back among the top eight places and prove competitive come the final reckoning.

Maccabi Tel Aviv are the biggest challenge when it comes to an Israeli team and they have won roughly 66% of their matches during the regular season, with this side looking nailed to be competing in the play-offs.

Panathinaikos represent a decent team from Greece, with Pana sitting in sixth place and they have scored more points than any other team in the EuroLeague at the time of writing, although that has been at the expense of their defence.


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