Sampdoria vs Verona – After suffering a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Juventus in their most recent Serie A encounter, Sampdoria wants a better result this time.
Sampdoria had 44% of the control and scored 3 of their 9 goals. Sampdoria’s Tommaso Augello and Filip Urii scored 31st and 32nd-minute goals.
On the other side, Juventus had 24 shots, eight of which were directed toward the net. For Juventus, goals were made by Bremer (11′), Adrien Rabiot (26′, 64′), and Matas Soulé (94′).
Sampdoria under Dejan Stankovi have scored five goals in their previous six games. In those identical contests, nine goals have been tallied against them.
Sampdoria has lost both league meetings with Hellas Verona and is winless in their last 13 home league games. A terrifying trip.
Hellas Verona and Monza played to a 1-1 draw in their most recent matchup in Serie A. Hellas Verona had 39% of the possession in that game and made 8 shots on goal, scoring on three of them.
Simone Verdi (51′) was the lone scorer for Hellas Verona. Monza’s 9 attempts on goal at the other end, 3 of which were on target. Monza got a goal through Stefano Sensi (55′).
Hellas Verona’s offense has scored just three goals in six outings. In those games, Verona’s opponents scored six goals.
Hellas Verona had lost their previous 13 league games on the road, coming into this encounter. They must have such depressed traveling fans.
Sampdoria vs Verona – Betting Analysis
Sampdoria has won four of their most recent head-to-head matches dating back to August 3, 2020, while Hellas Verona has won one. One match ended in a tie.
During this time period, a total of 19 goals were tallied between the two teams, with the Blucerchiati contributing 12 of those goals and Verona contributing 7 of those goals. On a per-match average, 3.17 goals are tallied in the game.
Hellas Verona defeated Sampdoria by a score of 2-1 in their most recent league matchup, which took place on Matchday 5 of the 2022 Serie A season.
On that occasion, Hellas Verona had 50% of the control and nine of its 17 shots were successful. Josh Doig (45′) was the only player from that team to register a goal.
Sampdoria made 11 efforts on goal with 3 of them being on target at the other end. Both Emil Audero (44′ Own Goal) and Francesco Caputo (40:00) tallied. Paolo Valeri served as the official.
Sam Lammers (Knock), Michaël Cuisance (Muscle Fatigue), Emil Audero (Shoulder Injury), Emirhan Ilkhan (Unknown Injury), Manuel De Luca (Knee Problems), Jeison Murillo (Unknown Injury), Ignacio Pussetto (Knee Surgery) and Andrea Conti (tendon irritation) are unavailable for Sampdoria gaffer Dejan Stanković. Tomás Rincón is suspended for this match.
We believe that Martin Turk, Koray Günter, Bram Nuytinck, Bruno Amione, Alessandro Zanoli, Harry Winks, Abdelhamid Sabiri, Tommaso Augello, Mehdi Léris, Filip Djuricic, and Manolo Gabbiadini should all start for i Blucerchiati in a 3-4-2-1 configuration.
Hellas Verona manager Marco Zaffaroni has limited squad access. These people cannot play: Ajdin Hrustic (Ankle Surgery), Kevin Lasagna (Unknown Injury), Isak Hien (Unknown Injury), Cyril Ngonge (Ankle Injury), Federico Ceccherini (Adductor Problems), Ibrahim Sulemana (Muscular Problems), and Thomas Henry (Cruciate Ligament Rupture).
Our prediction is that Hellas Verona will play Lorenzo Montip, Giangiacomo Magnani, Pawel Dawidowicz, Diego Coppola, Marco Davide Faraoni, Adrien Tameze, Ondrej Duda, Simone Verdi, Darko Lazovic, Yayah Kallon, and Adolfo Gaich in a 3-4-1-2 formation.
Sampdoria will be hoping for a different outcome this time around after suffering a defeat at the hands of Juventus in their most recent Serie A matchup, which ended with a score of 4-2 in favor of Juventus.
What are the top odds for this match?
Turning to the betting odds on the 90-minute result market, a win for Sampdoria is best priced at 2.96, a wager on a drawn result is 3.18 and taking a punt on the winning team to be Hellas Verona comes in at 2.54. They are the best bets being offered at this very moment.