Udinese – Torino Predictions
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Udinese 1-2 Torino
Date: 23.10.2022 | Match at: 11:30 | League: ITALY: SERIE A – ROUND 11 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33 | Bookie: Unibet.
Udinese – Torino Predictions and PREVIEW
- High-flying Udinese have equalled their best ever start to a Serie A (SA) season in the three-points per win era, sitting pretty inside the top six after ten rounds. They’ve never had more wins at this stage of a season at this level (6), fuelling hopes of a return to European football for the first time since 2013, something that seemed a pipe dream when they finished 12th last term.
- Although their last two SA games ended in draws, those were against Lazio and Atalanta, both of whom currently sit above them in the table, so Udinese’s credentials certainly seem legitimate at this stage of the campaign. Manager Andrea Sottil said he’s “working to create a winning mentality” which appears to be bearing fruit, as the Bianconeri haven’t lost in SA since their six-goal thriller on the opening matchday to defending champions AC Milan, subsequently meaning they’re unbeaten at home in the league this term (W3, D2) including clear-cut victories over Inter and Roma.
- Defeat in the Derby della Mole last weekend marked a fifth consecutive league game without victory for Torino (D1, L4), with their recent slide leaving them looking over their shoulder after dropping into the bottom half of the table. Despite that poor run, this still remains their highest placing after ten rounds (11th) since 2018/19 when they went on to finish seventh, so the omens aren’t all bad for Ivan Jurić’s men.
- Torino have suffered on the road of late, losing their last three away games in SA and conceding seven goals in the process. All of those defeats came to sides currently above them in the table, so the visit of Udinese looks to be another tough challenge. The Dacia Arena has been a fruitful venue for Torino though, losing just three of the last nine league meetings on this ground (W4, D2), so this may prove a good opportunity to rediscover some of their early season form.
- Players to watch: Udinese striker Beto has netted five times in SA this season, and has lost just one of his 12 overall goalscoring appearances for the Bianconeri (W6, D5). For Torino, Nikola Vlašić could prove the danger man with three goals to his name this term, all of which were his side’s opener.
- Hot stat: Only bottom of the league Sampdoria have scored fewer than Torino’s eight goals in SA this season.