Serie A Betting Tips

Hellas Verona vs Torino FC betting tips: Serie A preview, predictions & odds


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Saturday's Serie A action sees two of the league’s form teams go head to head. I Mastini have picked up 10 points from their last six Serie A home matches here at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi. Il Toro are enjoying their best away form of the season and have picked up nine points from their last six Serie A matches on the road.

Also, matches between these sides are often cagey affairs ending in a stalemate. This is evident in the fact that seven of the last nine have ended in the teams sharing the points. The other two were both decided by a one-goal margin. Therefore, 101 Great Goals' prediction for this match is Hellas Verona 1-1 Torino FC and is available at odds of 6.5/1.

Alternatively, you can bet on any Hellas Verona win at 2.25/1 against Il Toro at home on Saturday.

Or, back any away win for Torino at 3/1 here at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi.

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


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Match Preview

The Mastiffs welcome Torino FC to the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi on Saturday for this Serie A match. Both teams look set to finish the season comfortably in midtable regardless of the outcome here. Although, Torino could finish above Verona in the table by winning their two remaining games and Verona failing to win theirs.

Hellas Verona come into the match on a run of two home league games without a win. They have picked up 10 points from a maximum of 18 from their last six Serie A matches.

I Gialloblu lost their last league match at home to AC Milan. Expected goals of 3.1 to 1.1 in favour of AC Milan indicates perhaps it was a fair result. Marco Faraoni had a busy day as he opened the scoring for his side only to pick up a yellow card and suspension before half time then an injury early in the second half. He now has four league goals this season for Hellas Verona. The final score of the match was 1-3.

Giovanni Simeone failed to find the net here but remains Hellas Verona’s top scorer with 13 goals in Serie A this season and is the 5.5/1 favourite to score the opening goal against Torino FC on Saturday.

Their opponent on Saturday, Torino FC, come into the match on a run of four away league games undefeated. They have picked up nine points from a maximum of 18 from their last six Serie A matches.

The Bull lost their last league match at home to SSC Napoli. Expected goals of 1.6 to 0.6 in favour of Napoli indicates perhaps it was a fair result. Torino also handed Napoli the opening goal from the penalty spot after an hour here. Etrit Berisha bailed out his teammate though by saving the resulting spot-kick. Sadly his five saves in the match counted for nothing as he was beaten at close range by Fabian later in the second half. The final score of the match was 0-1.

Hellas Verona vs Torino FC: Previous Serie A Meetings

55 in Total:- 10 Hellas Verona wins, 21 Torino FC wins, 24 draws.


Hellas Verona team news

Davide Faraoni looks set to miss out after collecting his fifth yellow card of the season resulting in a suspension. He was also withdrawn due to injury in the second half along with Federico Ceccherini. While the extent of the injuries isn’t yet known, Ceccherini will likely be replaced in the starting line-up by Bosko Sutalo with Fabio Depaoli replacing the suspended Faraoni.

Diego Coppola (ankle injury), Alessandro Berardi (hand fracture), and Ivor Pandur (shoulder injury) will also be unavailable for The Mastiffs due to injury on Saturday. They may look to make a few unforced changes to the side who lost against AC Milan in their last league match.

Torino FC team news

Armando Izzo was withdrawn due to injury with twenty minutes remaining last weekend. While the severity isn’t yet known, he is unlikely to start here with Koffi Djidji potentially replacing him from the start. Stephane Singo also looks set to miss out after collecting his fifth yellow card of the season resulting in a suspension.

Injuries will also rule out Simone Zaza (lower back pain), Alessandro Buongiorno (calf injury), Antonio Sanabria (muscular problems), and Mohamed Fares (cruciate ligament) for the trip to the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi. They may look to shuffle their deck voluntarily having lost against SSC Napoli in their last league match.

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