Sassuolo vs Torino – Following their 1-0 victory in Serie A over Spezia, Sassuolo will look for a repeat performance. Sassuolo had 45% of the possession in that game and made 15 shots on goal, scoring on six of them.

Domenico Berardi was the lone scorer for Sassuolo (71′). For their adversaries, Spezia had 11 shots on goal with 1 of them being successful.

Recently, Sassuolo games have typically been intense contests with a lot of goalmouth activity being the norm rather than the exception.

20 goals have been scored overall for both sides in their last 6 meetings (at an average of 3.33 goals per game), with Sassuolo taking credit for 11 of those goals. Of course, this game might not follow the same trend.

Sassuolo hasn’t suffered a league defeat to Torino in their previous two games, according to their prior performance.
In their last two league home games, they have gone undefeated.

Torino and their traveling supporters will be hoping for a better outcome after losing their previous match in Serie A action against SSC Napoli.

Torino had 48% of the possession in that contest and attempted 12 goals, scoring on two of them. Six of Napoli’s 12 attempts on goal were on target.

For SSC Napoli, goals were made by Victor Osimhen (9′, 51′), Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (35′), and Tanguy Ndombélé (68′). Over the course of their last six games, Torino, led by Ivan Juri, have scored seven goals.

There have been 11 goals tallied against them overall in those contests. Before this match, Torino had not lost to Sassuolo on the road against them in the previous two league meetings.

Sassuolo vs Torino – Betting Analysis

Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to January 18, 2020, there hasn’t been much to distinguish the teams, with Sassuolo winning two of them, Torino winning two, and two ending in draws in regular time.

They scored a total of 18 goals together during this time, with Sassuolo scoring 9 and Il Toro scoring 9. That equals an average of three goals scored per contest.

The final result in their most recent league encounter, which took place on September 17, 2022, on Serie A Match Day 7, was Torino 0-1 Sassuolo.

At that point, Torino had 58% of the control and 3 of its 12 goal attempts were successful. Five of Sassuolo’s ten attempts on goal were on target. (93′) Agustin Lvarez scored. Niccol Baroni acted as the judge for the contest.

Due to an otherwise strong squad, the only absence for Sassuolo manager Alessio Dionisi to be worried about is a fitness issue. Fitness’ Mert Müldür will be left out.

With Andrea Consigli, Nadir Zortea, Gianmarco Ferrari, Martin Erlic, Rogério, Davide Frattesi, Matheus Henrique, Maxime Lopez, Domenico Berardi, Andrea Pinamonti, and Armand Lauriente, we believe Sassuolo could use the 4-3-3 formation this time.

Ivan Juri, the manager of Torino, must deal with a handful of absent players. David Zima (Meniscal Injury) and Ronaldo Vieira (Bruised Knee) are not yet fit for consideration.

We lean toward the opinion that Il Toro will choose a 3-4-2-1 formation and settle on V. Milinkovi-Savi, Andrew Gravillon, Perr Schuurs, A. Buongiorno, W. Stephane Singo, Samuele Ricci, Karol Linetty, Ricardo Rodriguez, Nikola Vlasic, Nemanja Radonjic, and Antonio Sanabria.

According to our analysis, Torino can score a goal against this Sassuolo team, but it isn’t anticipated to be sufficient to avert a loss.

 What are the best odds for the game?

Checking the latest betting odds for this match in the win-draw-win market, backing Sassuolo is best priced at 2.5, backing the draw is 3.32 and taking a punt on a win for Torino gets you 2.95. They are the best bets being offered right now.

Sassuolo vs Torino – Head -to- Head

Sassuolo vs Torino

Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals

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