Sunday's Istanbul derby brings together two teams that are battling to stay in the Süper Lig title race - don't miss a kick of what looks set to be a key match in the title race by following our Galatasaray vs Besiktas live stream guide.
Galatasaray currently find themselves third in the league table, with just three points separating them from joint leaders Trabzonspor and Istanbul Başakşehir.
The home side are on a run of six consecutive wins at the Turk Telekom Stadium. However without their notoriously impassioned home support to get behind them thanks to covid-19 precautions, a less hostile atmosphere awaits Besiktas.
Sunday's derby takes place at the 52,223-capacity Turk Telekom Stadium. As with all Turkish Süper Lig matches this weekend and for the foreseeable future, the game will be taking place behind closed doors thanks to concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus.
The match is set to kick-off at 7pm TRT Turkish time. So that's 4pm GMT in the UK, 12pm ET or 9am PT in the US.
Besiktas find themselves nine points adrift of the league leaders, meaning a win is essential for keeping their faint hopes of a title alive.
The black and whites come into the game in good form having recorded back-to-back wins over Alanyaspor and Ankaragucu in their previous two league outings and look set to be welcoming back Serbia international midfielderAdem Ljajic to the starting eleven.
Make sure you know how to watch every second of the action by following our Galatasaray vs Besiktas live stream guide.
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How to watch the football from outside your country
Scroll down to find out your football viewing options for today's crucial Galatasaray vs Besiktas match in countries around the world. And if you're out of the country and are worried that you won't catch the game, don't sweat. With the option of using a VPN service, you can tune into this fixtures no matter where you are in the world. And best of all, it's really easy to do.
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Watch Galatasaray vs Besiktas: live stream the match in Turkey
BeIN Sports has exclusive live coverage of the tIstanbul derby. That means you can live stream Galatasaray vs Besiktas by using the beIN Sports Connect app,
If you're a Turkish citizens and find yourself abroad for the big clash, then your best bet is to follow our instructions above, grab a VPN, and tune into their local coverage as it happens.
How to stream Galatasaray vs Besiktas live in the UK
The news isn't great for folk in the UK trying to watch Sunday's match live. No traditional broadcaster has the rights to show the match in the region, and while betting site Bet365 live streams a selection of Turkish football matches to its customers, this match isn't unfortunately one of them this weekend.
Nevertheless, Turkish football fans in the UK can access their local coverage from abroad simply by grabbing a VPN and following the instructions above to live stream the action from 4pm.
How to live stream Galatasaray vs Besiktas in the US
Soccer fans in the US can tune in to Galatasaray vs Besiktas live as it happens using the beIN Sports Connect app, which comes free with a subscription to beIN Sports via your preferred cable provider. Alternatively, streaming service Fanatiz, offers a free 7-day trial and advertises the Turkish Super Lig as one of its main areas of coverage.
Kick-off for today's match is 12pm ET or 9am PT. - and don't forget you can always use a VPN to access your usual US coverage if you happen to find yourself anywhere else in the world for today's Istanbul Derby.
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Watch Galatasaray vs Besiktas: live stream the match in Canada
As is the case in the US, Canadian soccer fans can live stream Galatasaray vs Besiktas today by using the beIN Sports Connect app, which is available for the world's two biggest mobile platforms - Android and iOS - as well as selected other streaming platforms.
And don't forget that by using a VPN you can access the same live stream if you're away from Canada when the game is on.
Watch Galatasaray vs Besiktas: live stream the match in Australia
As with the UK, options to live stream Turkish football are usually limited to betting site Bet365, but they currently don't appear to have plans to show the game to customers.
Anyone from Turkey who finds themselves inconveniently Down Under for the big match can use one of our favorite VPNs to watch their home coverage - provided they're able to stay awake for the 3am kick-off!
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