The Turkish coach has vowed that his side will attempt to win their remaining group game at all costs, but admits that it will be a difficult ask against a determined home side
The Turkish giants are poised to move into the knockout stages of the competition, as they sit on seven points with CFR Cluj, and their trainer is not prepared for them to underperform during a vital game.
"Any of the teams could have gone through in this group," Terim told reporters.
"Braga's team were one of the strongest in the group, but football is like that and you can't always get results. We know they have quality and strength, so it will be a good game.
"We want to get through and therefore our body and soul will be on the pitch. We don't care about other results, we just want to get a good result here."
Despite urging his team to focus on a win, Terim did concede that playing Braga in Portugal would be a difficult task.
He added: "For me, the best option is to get through - that's the important thing, whatever the result.
"Tomorrow's [Wednesday] match will be much more difficult than in Istanbul, because Braga are playing at home so they have no pressure and they're playing for pride."