After both enjoyed friendly victories on Wednesday night, will either be able to make it two wins out of two here?
Türkiye welcomed Scotland to Diyarbakır this week, the two’s first meeting for 62 years, with the home side running out 2-1 winners.
Ozan Kabak’s header breaking the deadlock, before Cengiz Ünder’s cool finish doubled their lead.
Stefan Kuntz’s side were thwarted a World Cup place back in March, beaten by Portugal in the play-offs.
But, since then, the Crescent-Stars have achieved promotion up to Nations League B, so will go into Euro 2024 qualification with optimism restored.
Czech Republic meantime demolished Faroe Islands 5-0 at Andrův stadion in their mid-week friendly.
Mojmír Chytil marking his international debut with a ten minute hat-trick, before Václav Černý and Patrizio Stronati completed the rout.
Jaroslav Šilhavý's side had lost four successive matches beforehand, so were relegated from Nations League A.
Nevertheless, given that they’re in a very straight-forward group, Czech are confident of qualifying for the next Euros.
This one could go either-way at Gaziantep Stadium.