Torino vs Lecce – Preview, and Prediction

Torino vs Lecce – After losing to Atalanta 3-1 in the last match in Serie A, Torino won’t want a recurrence of that performance tonight. Torino enjoyed 59% of the possession in that game and made 2 of their 8 shots on goal. Nikola Vlai scored for Torino in the 77th second. Atalanta their opponent made 12 goal-scoring attempts, with 3 of them finding the back of the net. Teun Koopmeiners scored three goals for Atalanta (at 45′, 47′, and 84′).

In five of the last six games in which Torino participated, at least three goals per game were scored. In this span, their opponents scored 8, compared to Torino’s 8, total goals. Of course, there’s a chance that tendency won’t continue into this game and have lost their last three league games at home and haven’t defeated Lecce in their previous five league games.

Lecce and SSC Napoli tied 1-1 in their previous meeting in Serie A. Lecce had 29% of the possession in that game and 4 of their 9 shots were on goal. Lorenzo Colombo scored for Lecce in the 31st second. Seven of Napoli’s 19 goal attempts were on target. For SSC Napoli, Elif Elmas scored at the 27th minute mark.

The numbers speak for themselves; Lecce has allowed 8 goals in their last 6 games after being scored against in 5 of those contests. Lecce needs to strengthen some of its defensive flaws. Remain unbeaten against Torino in away matches for the past two league encounters. are winless in their last four league games when playing away from home.

Torino vs Lecce – Betting Analysis

Reviewing their most recent head-to-head contests since January 25, 2009, Torino has prevailed in 1, Lecce in 3, and there have been two ties.

Additionally, there were a tonne of goals in those games—24 in all, or an average of 4 goals per game. Ivan Juri, the Torino manager,

will be without the services of Stephane Singo (knee issues), Samuele Ricci (muscular issues), Etrit Berisha (knee issues), and Aleksey Miranchuk (biceps femoris muscle injury).

Considering V. Milinkovi-Savi, Koffi Djidji, Perr Schuurs, Ricardo Rodriguez, Ola Aina, Karol Linetty, Sasa Lukic, Mergim Vojvoda, Nikola Vlasic, Nemanja Radonjic, and Antonio Sanabria, we believe Il Toro should play a 3-4-2-1 system.

Numerous players are out of the lineup for Lecce manager Marco Baroni. Mert Cetin (ankle distortion) and Joel Voelkerling Persson (ankle injury) won’t be playing in this match.

The players Wladimiro Falcone, Valentin Gendrey, Alessandro Tuia, Federico Baschirotto, Giuseppe Pezzella, Kristoffer Askildsen,

Morten Hjulmand, Joan González, Gabriel Strefezza, Assan Ceesay, and F. Di Francesco are set to start the game in a 4-3-3 formation

Torino vs Lecce – Head-to-Head


Our Prediction: Over 2.5 Goals

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