Kasimpasa are unbeaten at home with five wins and two draws in seven games. Shota Arveladze’s have scored the joint highest amount of goals at home in the league.
The home side come into the game with a clean bill of health, bar long term absentee Eren Derdiyok.
Roberto Carlos departed from Sivasspor following their 2-0 defeat against Basaksehir at home. The former Gaziantepspor manager SErgen Yalcin has taken his place. Yalcin won his first game in the Turkish cup.
John Utaka, Mehdi Taouil and Manuel da Costa will miss the game with a suspension.
Kasimpasa have been one of the leagues best sides at home and should see off a struggling Sivasspor in front of their own fans.