Torino vs Hellas Verona Match Analysis & Prediction
04/01/2023 4:30 pm
Hellas Verona will be looking to end the 10-game losing streak in the Serie A this week when they travel to Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino for a clash against Torino in the 16th round of the competition. Kickoffs schedules for January 4 at 16:30 EAT.
Currently ninth place and sitting 14 points clear of the relegation zone leaves Torino in a position where they can throw caution to the wind in a bid to challenge for European qualification.
Torino prepares for this game off the back off 1-1 Serie A stalemate versus Roma in their most recent match. In that match, Torino had 52% possession, 10 shots with two of them on target and a goal scored by Karol Linetty (55′). Roma got 13 shots with four of them on target and a goal by Nemanja Matić (94′).
On the other side, Although Verona posted five defeats on their travels; they have not conceded more than twice in any of those fixtures. Also, none of the losses has been greater by a two-goal margin, but their only win all season came versus a Sampdoria who are in the 19th spot.
Hellas Verona will be looking to turn things around following 1-2 Serie a losing effort to Spezia in their most recent encounter. In that match, Hellas Verona managed 44% possession, 18 shots with five of them on target and a goal scored by Simone Verdi (30′). Spezia got 16 shots with nine of them on target and goals by M’Bala Nzola (53′, 69′).
Torino vs. Hellas Verona Head to head
Torino boasts a slight the upper hand in the head to head history of this match having won 13 times from the 30 encounters since 1997; Hellas Verona won six times while 11 matches ended in draws.
When playing at home, Torino has not lost to Hellas Verona in their last five encounters.
14/05/2022Hellas Verona0Torino1Serie A
19/12/2021Torino1Hellas Verona0Serie A
09/05/2021Hellas Verona1Torino1Serie A
06/01/2021Torino1Hellas Verona1Serie A
22/07/2020Torino1Hellas Verona1Serie A
Torino Team News
Manager Marco Zaffaroni will be unable to call upon Roberto Piccoli, Kevin Lasagna, Alessandro Cortinovis and Davide Faraoni who are sidelined through injuries.
Torino's Last 5 Matches
Hellas Verona Team News
As for the visitors, Roberto Piccoli, Kevin Lasagna, Alessandro Cortinovis and Davide Faraoni will be unavailable for this game due to injuries.
Hellas Verona 's Last 5 Matches
22/12/2022Hellas Verona0Bologna1Club Friendlies
13/11/2022Hellas Verona1Spezia2Serie A
10/11/2022Hellas Verona0Juventus1Serie A
06/11/2022Monza2Hellas Verona0Serie A
31/10/2022Hellas Verona1Roma3Serie A
Torino vs. Hellas Verona : Odds and Predictions
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