Monza vs AS Roma – Monza is looking to improve upon their most recent performance, a 0-2 Serie A victory over Spezia. Monza had a 55% possession advantage and eight shots on goal, four of which were successful.
Carlos Augusto (90′) and Patrick Ciurria (21′) scored the goals for Monza. On the other hand, Spezia made 12 attempts at goal, scoring on four of them.
Monza has scored nine goals in total during their last six games under Raffaelle Palladino. There have been seven goals scored against them over that time.
Roma and AC Milan tied 1-1 in their previous meeting in a Serie A game. Roma had 36% of the ball during that game and attempted 11 goals, only one of which was successful.
Tammy Abraham (90′) was the lone player for Roma to register a goal. AC Milan, their adversaries, attempted 11 goals, with only one of them being successful. For AC Milan, Alexis Saelemaekers scored in the 90th second.
Roma under José Mourinho have averaged 1.67 goals per game during their previous six games thanks to a total of 10 goals scored from their efforts on goal.
Monza vs AS Roma – Betting Analysis
Raffaelle Palladino, the manager of Monza, has a full roster to pick from, with no injury concerns whatsoever going into this match.
The current player fitness of some of Roma’s players worries manager José Mourinho. The following players can’t participate: Diego Llorente (Biceps femoris muscle injury), Georginio Wijnaldum (Hamstring Injury), Chris Smalling (Hamstring Injury), and Rick Karsdorp (Knee Surgery).
We get the impression that Monza will have to put in a lot of effort as a unit to score against this Roma group, who we believe will be able to score themselves in a successful performance.
What are the best odds for this match?
Checking the betting prices for this game on the win-draw-win market, the win for Monza can be had for 3.55, backing the game finishing all-square is 3.22 and taking a punt on the win for Roma will get you 2.22. These are the best of the market prices offered at this very moment.
Monza vs AS Roma – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Away Win