PREVIEW: BESIKTAS - ESKISEHIRSPOR
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KYLE SCHNITZER - Saturday, March 8, 2014
Coming off a scoreless draw against Antalyaspor, Jermaine Jones and Besiktas look to hop into the top two, as they face Eskişehirspor on Sunday.

Besiktas currently sit third in the Super Lig standings, only two points behind Galatasaray, who has 45 points.

They are looking to turn things around after a pair of lackluster outings, having been shut out by Galatasaray in the game prior to last weekend's draw.

Since joining Besikas from Schalke 04 in January, Jones has appeared in one game. That appearance came against Antalyaspor, where the midfielder started and played 58 minutes before being subbed out.

He put in an 80-minute shift for Jürgen Klinsmann in the USA's 2-0 loss to Ukraine on Wednesday, and looks to have made a full recovery from his recent injury woes.

Eskişehirspor currently stand ninth in the standings, but could move up several spots should they win at the Vodafone Arena.
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