Genoa and Torino will meet in the 30th round of Serie A. Genoa has seven draws in a row and is still in the 19th position in the relegation zone, and what is worse, they are playing catastrophically at home. They have a difficult schedule in the next period. Torino drew with Inter but can not boast of good form, currently occupying the eleventh place in the table.
March 18th, 2022 – 21:00
Genoa vs Torino Betting Tips & Predictions
Draw @ 3.20
BTTS Yes @ 1.90
Correct score 1:1 @ 8.00
Reason for Genoa vs Torino Predictions
Genoa finds themselves heading into this crunch game on the back of an incredible run of seven consecutive draws in Serie A action since January. Alexander Blessin’s side has struggled to turn some of those battling performances into wins during the last two months, and the likelihood of them continuing this streak of bizarre draws is very strong. Despite a lack of goals, Genoa simply must find a way of converting chances if they want to stand any chance of mounting a survival fight in the coming weeks. Their latest results reveal that quality has been evident in the Genoa rearguard. Genoa has been stingy, resulting in the tally of goals that have gone in at their end during their previous six matches, standing at 2. Milan Badelj is an experienced player who means a lot to the team, he moves well, and he can play in several positions. Caleb Ekuban plays excellently, he is fast in the one-on-one game, and he is unstoppable. Brekalo is a great player, he creates a lot of problems for his opponents, and the greatest virtue of this guy is speed. Roberto Piccoli (Unknown Injury), Lennart Czyborra (Knee Problems), Silvan Hefti (Unknown Injury), Andrea Cambiaso (Knee Injury), and Zinho Vanheusden (Unknown Injury) aren’t available for Genoa boss Alexander Blessin.
Under the management of Ivan Jurić, Torino stagnated a bit in the middle of the season and is now without a victory in the last seven matches. The guests shared a 1-1 draw last weekend with Inter Milan, which is fighting for the title and looks like a very likely match with bad goals. Statistics tell the story, and Torino has scored in 5 of their last six games, while their opponents scored a total of 8 goals. In the background, Turin has some weaknesses that need to be addressed. Karol Linetty plays well in the middle of the park, and he does not allow the opponent much action. The bench players are expected to show as much as possible and impose themselves on the coach for the starting lineup. Torino boss Ivan Jurić has to contend with a number of unavailable players. Pietro Pellegri (Fever), Dennis Praet (Metatarsal Fracture), and Mohamed Fares (Cruciate Ligament Injury) are those who can’t be considered.
It will be a big battle between these two teams, and it will not be surprising if the match ends in a draw.
We can also expect a goal in both nets, and neither side should keep the clean sheet.