Turkey coach Fatih Terim will be hoping his side will give their fans something to cheer about when they face Czech Republic in a pivotal Euro 2016 Group D clash on Tuesday.
Turkey were booed by their own fans in their recent 3-0 loss to Spain, with captain Arda Turan being a particular target of the disgruntled section of supporters.
The former Galatasaray boss has rallied fans to offer support to the national team following their losses to Croatia and Spain in order to keep alive their hopes of progressing to the last 16 as one of the top third-placed teams.
"Nobody should doubt that I'll do what is necessary. Myself and the team want to express that we are sincerely sorry," he told reporters.
"For those who do support us, please keep up that support for the match against the Czech Republic."
Terim is likely to make changes to the side beaten by Spain and experienced midfielder Nuri Sahin could be recalled whilst teenage forward Emre Mor could make his first start
Czech Republic who also suffered defeat to Spain, came from 2-0 down to rescue a draw with Croatia in their second match, thanks to Tomas Necid's 89th-minute penalty.
Necid, who's scored 12 goals for his country, feels their opponents will be wounded from their opening two fixtures which makes them dangerous to face in their final fixture.
"Turkey are a very strong side, they have a lot of good players who play for top teams. As a team, they have good link-up play and plenty of flair," he told UEFA's official website.
"This could be a chance for us. We played against them twice in qualifying – we lost once and won once. It is going to be a different game now, but I believe that there will be a winning end to the group stage for us."
A win for Pavel Vrba's side could see them secure second and a spot in the knockout stage on goal difference but for that to happen, Croatia would also have to lose to Group D leaders Spain.
Czech Republic's injury-prone skipper Tomas Rosicky has been ruled out of the rest of Euro 2016 with a thigh injury.
Borek Dockal may play if deemed fit after an ankle injury, while Milan Skoda and Tomas Necid are also options after both scored against Croatia.