Sassuolo vs Verona – Sassuolo have equaled their lowest point total at this level since 2017 despite being in the top half of the Serie A table (SA) after ten rounds (W3, D3, L4). All four of those losses came to teams that are now ahead of them in the standings, with Alessio Dionisi’s team suffering consecutive defeats at the hands of Atalanta and Inter Milan before to this match.

The manager insisted he was “proud” of their performance in their most recent outing after leaving Atalanta empty-handed, despite the fact that both losses were by a razor-thin 2-1 score.

But Sassuolo hasn’t exactly been playing their best football at home lately, with just two victories in their past eight league games played at the Mapei Stadium (D2, L4). The fact that Sassuolo has only triumphed in one of their previous four head-to-head encounters with Hellas Verona at this location (D1, L2) suggests that their opponents may once again cause them problems in their most recent matchup.

Sassuolo vs Verona- Betting Analysis

Since Verona is currently in the relegation zone after suffering five straight league losses, they won’t be traveling in the best of spirits. Salvatore Bocchetti, who replaced the fired Gabriele Cioffi, failed to turn the team’s fortunes around in a 2-1 loss to the defending champions AC Milan. However, he may view this match as a more forgiving one on paper in which to earn his first victory as coach.

Verona gave in precisely two goals in each of those five straight SA defeats, so Bocchetti will put fixing their leaky defense, which is among the poorest in SA, at the top of his priority list in an effort to spark a comeback. The Mastiffs are still one of seven SA teams that have yet to win on the road this season (D2, L3), but they did achieve a victory in this matchup last year by a score of 4-2, which may have given them hope that they might end their road winless streak.

Players to keep an eye on: Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi leads his team in goals scored in South America this year, although he hasn’t yet helped his team to victory this year (D1, L2). Thomas Henry, a forward for Verona, will be seeking to snap an eight-game goalless streak, and after scoring against Sassuolo while playing for Venezia last season, he might feel confident of doing so today.

Sassuolo vs Verona- Head To Head


Our Prediction: Home Win

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