Cremonese vs Verona – Cremonese will be hoping for a better outcome after losing to Udinese 3-0 in the previous Serie A match. In that game, Cremonese had 52% of the possession and 2 of their 12 shots on goal were successful.
Nine of Udinese’s 17 efforts on goal were on target. Udinese scored through Lazar Samardi (2′), Nehuén Pérez (27′), and Isaac Success (36′).
Cremonese have not frequently displayed defensive toughness in recent games. The truth is that Cremonese have conceded 11 goals in their last six games, having been scored against in 5 of those contests.
Prior to this encounter, Cremonese had lost their previous three league games versus Hellas Verona. Hellas Verona comes into the contest off of a 2-1 Serie A victory against Bologna in their previous game.
Hellas Verona had 27% of the possession in that game and 5 of their 9 shots were on goal. Simone Verdi was the lone scorer for Hellas Verona (45′, 62′). Bologna had seven of its 18 shots on goal at goal at the other end.
Bologna’s Nicolás Domnguez scored in the 94th minute. Hellas Verona has been scored against in 5 of its previous 6 games, with opponents scoring 7 goals overall.
The facts speak for themselves. Hellas Verona have not been performing adequately at the back. Of course, there is no guarantee that this tendency will continue.
Hellas Verona’s past performances indicate that in their last two league games, they have not defeated Cremonese when they have faced them away from home. In the previous 16 league games, they have failed to pick up a victory away from home. What a miserable road trip it has been.
Cremonese vs Verona – Betting Analysis
Since their first head-to-head matchup on January 21, 2006, Cremonese has won two of those games, Hellas Verona has won two, and two games have ended in draws after 90 minutes of play.
In these games, the two clubs combined to score 16 goals, with 8 goals coming from Grigiorossi and 8 from Verona. That equals 2.67 goals per game on average.
The previous league game between the two took place on Serie A Match Day 17 on January 9, 2023, and was won by Hellas Verona 2-0 Cremonese.
In that game, Hellas Verona had 47% of the possession and 4 of their 9 shots on goal were successful. Darko Lazovi scored the goal (9′, 26′). The 14 shots on goal for Cremonese resulted in 5 goals. Maurizio Mariani served as the referee.
We anticipate Grigiorossi to start Marco Carnesecchi, Paolo Ghiglione, Matteo Bianchetti, Johan Vásquez, Emanuele Valeri, Souahilo Meite, Michele Castagnetti, Marco Benassi, Cristian Buonaiuto, Frank Tsadjout, and Cyriel Dessers in a possible 4-3-1-2 system.
Marco Zaffaroni, the manager of Hellas Verona, must make decisions from a group that has some fitness issues. Deyovaisio Zeefuik (Unknown Injury), Ajdin Hrustic (Ankle Surgery), Filippo Terracciano (Bruise), Kevin Lasagna (Muscular Issues), Oliver Abildgaard (Unknown Injury), Federico Ceccherini (Unknown Injury), Thomas Henry (Cruciate Ligament Rupture), and Kevin Lasagna (Muscular Issues) will all be absent from this game. Due to his ban, Davide Faraoni is ineligible to play in this game.
It’s expected that Lorenzo Montip, Pawel Dawidowicz, Isak Hien, Giangiacomo Magnani, Fabio Depaoli, Adrien Tameze, Ondrej Duda, Josh Doig, Adolfo Gaich, Darko Lazovic, and Milan Djuric will start the game for Hellas Verona in a 3-4-2-1 formation.
When comparing these two teams, we believe that Cremonese may very well have a difficult time scoring against this Hellas Verona group, who should win and very likely keep a clean sheet.
What are the top odds for the game?
Looking at the bookies’ prices on the 90 min. result market, backing Cremonese can be had for 3.05, going for a draw is 3.25 and putting your money on a win for Hellas Verona comes in at 2.42. Those are the best of the returns offered right now.
Cremonese vs Verona – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw