Salernitana vs Sassuolo – Salernitana comes into this game after playing Torino to a 1-1 tie in the last Serie A match. Salernitana had 36% of the possession in that game and 1 goal-bound shot out of 8 attempts.
Tonny Vilhena (9′) was the lone player to score for Salernitana. 16 shots were made by Torino, 5 of which were on goal. Torino’s goal came from Antonio Sanabria (57′).
Salernitana haven’t recently demonstrated their defensive steel very frequently. The truth is that Salernitana’s defense has been breached in 5 of their last 6 games, resulting in the loss of 6 goals.
In their previous six league games, Salernitana had not beaten Sassuolo, which is how they entered this matchup. They haven’t lost at home in their last three league games and haven’t won there in the last two.
Sassuolo enters this game after defeating Juventus in their previous game by a score of 1-0 in Serie A. Sassuolo had 41% of the possession in that game and 11 shots on goal, four of which were successful.
Grégoire Defrel scored a goal for Sassuolo in the 64th second. Juventus’ opponents had 13 shots on goal, 3 of which were on target. Sassuolo have scored 11 goals overall over the course of their last six games.
Additionally, Sassuolo has scored in each and every one of those games. They have witnessed 8 goals scored by their opponents during that time.
It will be up to us to determine whether or not this trend can continue. In the previous two league meetings, Sassuolo had not suffered a loss to Salernitana when playing away from home.
Salernitana vs Sassuolo – Betting Analysis
A review of prior outcomes between these clubs dating back to January 24, 2009, reveals that Salernitana has not had much luck in these matches.
They haven’t been able to win any games at all, while Sassuolo has been simply too strong for them, winning 83% of those played.
The two teams combined to score 21 goals in these encounters, with I granata scoring 5, and Sassuolo scoring 16 of them. That equals 3.5 goals per game on average.
The most recent league encounter between these teams took place on Serie A encounter Day 8 on Tuesday, October 2, 2022, and was won by Sassuolo 5-0 over Salernitana.
On that occasion, Sassuolo had 44% of the possession and 11 of their 17 shots were on goal. Armand Laurienté (at 12′), Andrea Pinamonti (at 39′), Kristian Thorstvedt (at 53′), Abdou Harroui (at 76′), and Janis Antiste (at 92′) all scored goals.
Salernitana attempted 6 goals at the other end, with 1 of them finding the back of the net. Maria Sole Ferrieri Caputi served as the arbitrator.
Giulio Maggiore (muscular issues), Federico Fazio (unknown injury), and Domen Crnigoj (calf issues) are all unavailable for Salernitana goalkeeper Paulo Sousa.
With Guillermo Ochoa, Flavius Daniliuc, Norbert Gyömber, Lorenzo Pirola, Grigoris Kastanos, H. N. Caviglia, Tonny Vilhena, Domagoj Bradaric, Boulaye Dia, Antonio Candreva, and Krzysztof Piatek receiving the ball first, it appears that I granata will likely utilize the 3-4-2-1 system for this match.
Alessio Dionisi, the manager of Sassuolo, is missing a number of players. Domenico Berardi (Adductor issues) and Mert Müldür (Fitness) will be unable to participate in this game.
With Andrea Consigli, Jeremy Toljan, Ruan, Martin Erlic, Rogério, Davide Frattesi, Maxime Lopez, Matheus Henrique, Nedim Bajrami, Andrea Pinamonti, and Armand Lauriente, we believe Sassuolo will most likely go for a 4-3-3 lineup.
We believe that Salernitana may require a little bit of luck to overcome this Sassuolo lineup, who we believe should score and maintain the lead.
What are the top odds for this match?
Looking at the betting prices for the match in the win-draw-win market, staking on Salernitana can be had for 3.09, a wager on a drawn result is 3.56 and betting on the winner to be Sassuolo gets you 2.3. These are the best of the market prices that can be secured at present.
Salernitana vs Sassuolo – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals