Torino – Verona Predictions
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Torino – Verona
Date: 02.10.2023 | Match at: 17:30 | League: ITALY: SERIE A – ROUND 7 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.42 | Bookie: Unibet.
Torino – Verona Predictions and Preview
- It was a tough time for Torino during the week as they fell 2-0 at the hands of Lazio, consequently ending a three-game Serie A (SA) unbeaten run. Their boss Ivan Jurić cited that we “spent all our energy” in the prior draw with Roma as the reason for not being able to earn points. The Turin outfit now return to action in search of a resurgent result, one Jurić himself may be quietly confident of achieving given his personal unbeaten record against Verona (W3, D1).
- Their form at home is also a boost in search of that quest as only last season’s Champions League finalists, Inter Milan, have defeated Torino here in Turin across their last seven games (W2, D4, L1), although Torino are hardly ones for entertaining the fans as they’ve failed to score more than a goal at Stadio Olimpico di Torino in an incredible 11 top-flight matches, with only two games subsequently producing over 2.5 goals. Still, they’ll be grateful the game falls on a Monday, as they haven’t lost on this day in more than two years (W6, D5)!
- Visiting Verona began their season with a perfect three-game winning start in all competitions, yet they’ve since dropped off a cliff edge in terms of form (D1, L3)! That shouldn’t be enough to lose faith in the Gialloblu, especially seeing as their last two games saw slender 1-0 defeats against last season’s fifth and sixth-placed sides, Atalanta and AC Milan.
- The immediate focus for boss Marco Baroni is to stop the rot and get points on the board in search of a stronger finish than last season’s relegation dogfight. Unlike their hosts, Verona have a pretty poor record in Monday-held away games in SA, failing to keep a clean sheet on the road since 2016 (W1, D1, L4). Despite those negatives, their H2H history in this part of Italy provides a boost, as Verona have lost just once at Torino in nine meetings (W2), albeit a point might be the most they can expect as six of those ended in a draw.
- Players to watch: Nemanja Radonjić has posted consistently lower Flashscore ratings since his two goals in his side’s last victory, and his revival could spark one in the team as they’ve won all six of his scoring games. Verona are also badly in need of a rejuvenating performance, as they’ve played over three full games without scoring since Cyril Ngonge’s goal in vain against Sassuolo, though that was part of back-to-back scoring appearances.
- Hot stat: Verona failed to win 16 of their last 18 away league games as pre-match outsiders (W2, D5, L11).