Match Preview: Cagliari 3-1 Genoa Prediction and Betting Tips 20.09.2019

Cagliari – Genoa Predictions

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Cagliari 3-1 Genoa

Date: 20.09.2019 | Match at: 19:45 | League: ITALY: Serie A – Round 4 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.30 | Bookie: 1xbet


Match Preview

A 3-1 win in the last round gave Cagliari their first points of the Serie A (SA) season, but they remain in danger of starting a top-flight home campaign with three losses for the first time since 2009/10. However, the hosts have avoided defeat in six of their last seven SA home H2Hs (W5, D1, L1).
Considering the team that has scored the first goal has gone on to win all three of Cagliari’s matches this term, the opener could be crucial here. However, a majority of the total match goals seen in Cagliari’s fixtures this campaign arrived after half-time (five of eight), which was also the case across their final five matches of the previous season (nine of 14).
Genoa were denied in stoppage-time last weekend as Atalanta netted a late game-winning goal (1-2), but a win here would make it their best start (four points) to a SA away campaign since 2010/11. However, Genoa picked up just 31.58% of their total SA point haul on the road last season.
Both teams were level going into the break in Genoa’s lone away match this SA season. That was also the case in six of Genoa’s last ten SA road trips, with four of those goalless at the break.
Players to watch: Cagliari’s Giovanni Simeone netted a second-half goal last time out – four of his six SA goals last season arrived after half-time. Meanwhile, Christian Kouamé (GEN) has scored both of his SA goals this season after the hour mark.
Stat attack: Thirteen of Cagliari’s last 15 SA home results (wins/losses) have been decided by a single-goal margin.
Genoa have only scored before half-time in two of their last ten SA games, albeit those two games were this season.
Seven of the last nine SA H2H results (wins/losses) at this venue have been decided by a single-goal margin.