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Torino vs Spezia Predictions

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Both Teams To Score - No and Under 2.5 Match Goals

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Tip Reasoning

  • Each of Torino’s last six games have contained under 2.5 goals, with Ivan Juric’s men keeping clean sheets in three of them.
  • Spezia, meanwhile, have seen under 2.5 goals scored in five of their last seven matches, the exceptions being 3-1 and 4-1 losses to Inter and Sassuolo.
  • Only two of Spezia’s last seven games has featured goals at both ends, as have just two of Torino’s last six.

Tight affair anticipated in Turin

Torino may have only won one of their last 11 games, a 1-0 victory over struggling Salernitana, but a record of four draws from their last six Serie A outings demonstrates their ability to grind out results, with Inter, AC Milan, Lazio and Juventus all failing to beat Il Toro since early February. Their clash with Spezia, to whom they lost 1-0 in November, should be another tight encounter.

Torino’s last six games have all contained fewer than three goals, with Ivan Juric’s men keeping three clean sheets in that time to preserve their place as Serie A’s fifth-best defence (only the league’s current top four have conceded fewer goals this season). Torino have only scored three and conceded three across those six matches, and will hope to preserve their solid streak against Spezia.

Spezia, meanwhile, have seen under 2.5 goals scored in five of their last seven games, the exceptions being comprehensive defeats to title-chasing Inter and in-form Sassuolo. Thiago Motta’s men are the worst attacking outfit outside of Serie A’s current bottom four, but a return of three clean sheets in five outings has kept them competitive.

One goal could be enough to win low-scoring encounter

Torino’s return of just 36 goals in 32 league games is only marginally better than that of Spezia (33), who are surely safe from relegation after moving 11 points clear of the dotted line. Given both teams’ solid defensive runs and poor attacking returns, it seems unlikely that we’ll see over 2.5 match goals, or indeed goals at both ends.

With that in mind, backing Torino to avenge their earlier defeat to Spezia with a one-goal win of their own could be prudent; only two of Il Toro’s last 12 home games have ended in defeat.

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