Torino vs Udinese Predictions

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Udinese Double Chance (Win or Draw)

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Udinese 1-0

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Tip Reasoning

  • Udinese’s only league defeat since September came at Inter, though they have drawn 4 of their last 6 matches.
  • Torino’s 3 home wins this season all came against teams in the bottom 4.
  • Torino could be without a number of players through injury.

Mid-Table Meeting Rounds off Weekend

The final fixture of the Serie A weekend sees a meeting between two relatively evenly matched teams, both safely ensconced in mid-table. Ivan Juric’s Torino have been up and down in recent weeks, with injuries taking their toll, while Udinese have drawn 4 of their last 6 games, but earned an impressive 3-2 comeback win over Sassuolo last time out.

The two teams’ league performances have been par for the course this term; both sit in the bottom half of Serie A for both goals scored and expected goals, and Monday’s encounter promises to be a close-run thing.

Udinese have prioritised solidity under Luca Gotti; they average just 40% possession in Serie A games, the lowest in the division, but have managed to remain competitive in all of their away games, scoring just 5 goals but only conceding 7. Gotti’s side held Inter at bay for around an hour at San Siro recently, and claimed an excellent 1-1 draw at Atalanta the previous week. Expect the visitors to keep things tight on Monday night.

Hosts Worth Opposing?

Torino could be left without a number of important players for this game, including Ricardo Rodriguez, Rolando Mandragora, Cristian Ansaldi and former Leicester man Dennis Praet, who picked up a knock a couple of weeks ago. Strikers Andrea Belotti and Antonio Sanabria have both also suffered as a result of injuries this season, while Juric has publicly questioned whether the two can play together effectively.

Given Torino’s selection issues and the prices surrounding this fixture, the smart play could be to back Draw/Udinese on the double chance market. The visitors’ only defeat in their last 6 came on that aforementioned trip to Inter, while Torino’s decent-looking home record was built on them beating Spezia, Salernitana and Sampdoria, all of whom are in the bottom 4. In terms of a correct score prediction, the visitors to steal a one-goal victory in a close affair seems a solid shout.

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