Sassuolo – Torino Predictions
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Sassuolo 1-1 Torino
Date: 03.04.2023 | Match at: 19:45 | League: ITALY: SERIE A – ROUND 28 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33 | Bookie: Unibet.
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- With the international break now firmly behind us, Sassuolo will be looking to pick up where they left off considering their only loss in their last nine Serie A (SA) fixtures came to runaway leaders Napoli (W6, D2). A four-match winning run has afforded Alessio Dionisi’s men a chance to make history, as never before have Sassuolo won five consecutive top-flight matches in the same season.
- This fine form has rocketed the Neroverdi to greener pastures, since they’re now closer to the European spots than they are to the relegation zone. Sassuolo will be hoping that momentum, and a return home, translates to a fast start here, as the scorer of the opening goal has won the last six matches at the Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore.
- That may spell trouble for the optimistic hosts, as visiting Torino had scored first in four consecutive matches (W2, D1, L1) before being romped 4-0 at home by Napoli last time out. Perhaps manager Ivan Jurić will be looking forward to this fixture then, seeing as his team won their last game on the road 2-0 against Lecce.
- Il Toro can therefore chase consecutive away league wins for only the second time this season, with the added motivation of revenge on their mind, having lost the reverse fixture 1-0 back in September. That was only their sixth loss in 27 prior H2Hs (W12, D9), while having never lost back-to-back meetings with Sassuolo.
- Players to watch: Domenico Berardi has been highly influential in his last three games for Sassuolo (G2, A2), much like his record when playing against Torino as he’s racked up five direct goal contributions in as many H2Hs (G3, A2). He’ll look to go toe-to-toe with former teammate Antonio Sanabria who has four goal contributions in six meetings against his former employers (G2, A2), while recently proving dangerous on the road having scored seven of his last eight SA goals for Torino away from home.
- Hot stat: There’s only been three scoreless first-halves in Torino’s last 17 SA fixtures.