Serie A Betting Tips

Cagliari Calcio vs Hellas Verona betting tips: Serie A preview, predictions & odds


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Gli Isolani are near the bottom of the form table with only Venezia picking up fewer than their three points from their last six Serie A matches. However, I Mastini have struggled to win games on the road with just one victory in their last six Serie A away days.

Therefore, 101 Great Goals' prediction for this match is Cagliari Calcio 1-1 Hellas Verona and is available at odds of 6.5/1.

Alternatively, you can bet on any Cagliari win at 2.3/1 against I Mastini at home on Saturday.

Or, back any away win for Hellas Verona at 2.75/1 here at the Sardegna Arena.

You can find odds of 3.5/1 for any draw between Cagliari and Hellas Verona on Saturday.


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Match Preview

The Islanders welcome Hellas Verona to the Sardegna Arena on Saturday for this Serie A match. Gli Isolani have a strong home record against Hellas Verona. Their 16 matches in the Sardegna Arena in Serie A have seen nine Cagliari Calcio wins, three draws and just four victories for Hellas Verona. Although, The Yellow and Blues did win 0-2 on their last visit here a little over a year ago.

Cagliari Calcio come into the match having picked up three points from a maximum of 18 from their last six matches.

I Rossoblu lost their last league match away to Genoa CFC. Expected goals of 0.9 to 0.7 in favour of Cagliari indicates they were a little unfortunate to get nothing from the match. Gli Isolani will be getting extra finishing sessions this week after managing to get just one of their eleven shots (or 9.1%) on target in the match. The final score of the match was 1-0.

João Pedro is Cagliari Calcio’s top scorer with twelve goals in Serie A this season and is the 2.3/1 favourite to score against Hellas Verona on Saturday.

Their opponent on Saturday, Hellas Verona, come into the match on a run of two league games undefeated. They have picked up eight points from a maximum of 18 from their last six Serie A matches.

The Mastiffs shared the points in their last league match at home to Sampdoria Genoa. Expected goals of 1.4 to 0.9 in favour of Verona indicates they probably deserved more than a point from the match. Like Cagliari, they had a problem with their finishing and managed to get just one of their twelve (or 8.3%) of their shots on target. Thankfully, the one was enough to rescue a point with Gianluca Caprari's grabbing the late equalising goal. Caprari now has 11 league goals this season for Hellas Verona and is 3.4/1 to get on the scoresheet again here. The final score of the match was 1-1.

Cagliari Calcio vs Hellas Verona: Previous Serie A Meetings

33 in Total:- 10 Cagliari Calcio wins, 13 Hellas Verona wins, 10 draws.


Cagliari Calcio team news

Adam Obert (ankle injury) will be unavailable for The Islanders due to injury on Saturday.

Cagliari Calcio may look to make a few unforced changes to the side who lost against Genoa CFC in their last league match. Although, none of their substitutes will have staked a claim in their minutes on the pitch against Genoa.

Hellas Verona team news

Injuries will rule out Alessandro Berardi (hand fracture), Diego Coppola (ankle injury), Ivor Pandur (shoulder injury), and Pawel Dawidowicz (cruciate ligament) for the trip to the Sardegna Arena.

Hellas Verona may look to shuffle their deck voluntarily having drawn against Sampdoria Genoa in their last league match. Antonin Barak will be worried about his place after a disappointing performance. Although, Kevin Lasagna who replaced him at the hour mark didn’t have any impact on the match either.

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