Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Serie A games of the weekend.
As we prepare for another weekend of Serie A football, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.
Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 34 of Serie A.
Don’t expect goals when Torino meet Spezia
Torino displayed an outstanding performance to hold Lazio to a 1-1 draw at Stadio Olimpico last week. They conceded their first goal in three matches, but it came against one of the best forward lines in the league.
The Turin side must face Spezia in their next league game on Saturday. Their opponents lost 3-1 against Inter in their last game, which came after remaining unbeaten for two games.
We expect Spezia to hold their ground against Torino in the upcoming game. On the other hand, Torino’s poor attacking stats convince us that they won’t find too many goalscoring chances against the 15th-placed side.
Back Verona to beat Sampdoria on home soil
Following a 2-0 defeat against Inter, Verona bounced back to claim an impressive win over Atalanta last week. They managed to register 21 shots against their opponents, with six of them being on target.
On Saturday, the Yellow and Blues will face Sampdoria, who suffered a disappointing defeat against Salernitana last week. The Blucerchiati are on a run of three consecutive defeats, and we expect them to lose another game this weekend.
Verona will most likely push hard for a win as they inch closer toward leapfrogging Atalanta from the eighth spot. Based on their recent performances, we expect them to convert their chances and bag the three points at their home stadium.
Don’t expect goals when Inter host Roma
Inter have closed in on Milan at the top of the Serie A table in recent weeks. Following a run of seven unbeaten matches, the Nerazzurri are now only two points away from their city rivals while having a game at hand.
They will now prepare to host Roma, who have not lost a single league game since their defeat against Juventus on January 9. Last week, the Giallorossi drew 1-1 against Napoli, who struggled hard to make goalscoring opportunities against their opponents.
We expect Inter to take a conservative approach to their clash against Jose Mourinho’s side as they try to avoid giving away counter-attacking chances. Based on Roma’s recent defensive stats, we expect the Giallorossi to repel most of the attacks on their backline.