Monza vs Cremonese – Prediction, and Match Preview

Monza vs Cremonese -Monza enters this contest with a Serie A tie score of 1-1 against Hellas Verona. Monza had 61% of the possession in that encounter and made 9 attempts on goal, scoring on three of them.

Stefano Sensi scored for Monza in the 55th second. Three of Hellas Verona’s eight attempts at goal were successful. Hellas Verona’s goal came from Simone Verdi in the 51st minute.

Monza hasn’t given up a goal very often in recent encounters. In reality, Monza has allowed 8 goals in their last six games while being scored against in 5 of those contests.

Cremonese will be looking to rebound after losing to Fiorentina in their previous Serie A match, so they’ll be hoping to do the same here. Cremonese had 47% of the game’s control and 5 of their 16 shots on goal were successful.

Fiorentina, on the other hand, had 10 attempts total, with 3 of them finding the back of the net. Fiorentina scored goals through Rolando Mandragora (27′) and Arthur Cabral (50′).

The numbers tell the tale; in their last six games, Cremonese have allowed their opponents to score in six of those games, totaling 13 goals. Cremonese appear to have a little bit of a soft core defensively. We’ll have to see if this game allows that tendency to continue.

According to their prior performances, Cremonese has not defeated Monza in a game played away from home for the previous three league games. In their last 13 league games, they have failed to win on the road. They obviously need to take action.

Monza vs Cremonese – Betting Analysis

Looking back at their most recent head-to-head matches from 04/03/2015, Monza has won 4 and Cremonese 1, with 1 match ending in a tie.

During those encounters, they combined to score 18 goals, with 11 coming from Brianzoli and 7 coming from Grigiorossi. This results in an average of three goals being scored per contest.

The two teams’ most recent league encounter took place on Serie A Match Day 18 on January 14, 2023, with a total score of Cremonese 2-3 Monza.

On that particular day, Cremonese had 49% of the control and 7 of their 11 shots were on goal. Daniel Ciofani (67′) and Cyriel Dessers (83′) both scored goals.

Monza made 8 shots at goal, scoring on 3 of them. Gianluca Caprari (19′, 55′) and Patrick Ciurria (8′) both scored. Davide Massa officiated the contest.

Manager of Monza Raffaelle Palladino will be without Marlon (knee issues) and Nicol Rovella (ankle distortion). With Michele Di Gregorio, Armando Izzo, Pablo Mari Villar, Luca Caldirola, Samuele Birindelli, Matteo Pessina, Stefano Sensi, Carlos Augusto, Patrick Ciurria, Gianluca Caprari, and Andrea Petagna, it appears as though Brianzoli may use a 3-4-2-1 alignment for this match.

Manager Davide Ballardini of Cremona must deal with a handful of absent players. Emanuel Aiwu (muscular issues) and Vlad Chiriches (muscular issues) cannot be taken into account.

A 3-4-2-1 formation with Marco Carnesecchi, Alex Ferrari, Matteo Bianchetti, Johan Vásquez, Leonardo Sernicola, C. Monginda Pickel, Marco Benassi, Emanuele Valeri, Pablo Galdames, Cyriel Dessers, and Frank Tsadjout is a strong possibility.

Our impression is that Monza will likely control the ball and be repaid with respectable opportunities. On the other end, Cremonese will struggle to score their own goals, though we do believe that they are likely to do so eventually.

 What are the best odds for this match?

Looking at what the bookmakers’ view is of this game on the full-time result market, a victory for Monza is best priced at 1.83, betting on a draw is 3.62 and staking on the winning team to be Cremonese gets you 4.4. These are the best of the bets on offer at the current time.

Monza vs Cremonese – Head -to- Head

Monza vs Cremonese

Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals