Udinese will be hoping to return to winning ways here following a 3-2 Serie A loss in their previous game against Atalanta.
In that match, Udinese managed 43% possession and 9 attempts at goal with 3 on target. For Udinese, the scorers were Roberto Pereyra (45') and Jens Stryger Larsen (71'). At the other end, Atalanta had 23 shots on goal with 8 of them on target. Luis Muriel (19', 43') and Duván Zapata (61') scored for Atalanta.
Under three goals per match were scored during 5 of the last 6 meetings where Udinese have been involved. In terms of the goal split in this period, their opponents scored an aggregate of 6 and Bianconeri Friuliani managed the sum of 7.
In their previous fixture, Torino drew 2-2 in the Serie A match with Juventus.
In that game, Torino had 30% possession and 6 attempts at goal with 3 of them on target. The only player on the scoresheet for Torino was Antonio Sanabria (27', 46'). Juventus got 14 shots on goal with 5 of them on target. Federico Chiesa (13') and Cristiano Ronaldo (79') scored for Juventus.
The stats don’t lie, and Torino have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 games, letting opponents get 11 goals in total. At the back, Il Toro can certainly do much better. That sort of trend won’t necessarily be carried forward into this game, though.
When taking all factors into account, Torino should have enough to score against this Udinese lineup, although that may not prevent them from conceding a couple at the other end. We’re going for a close game with a 2-1 advantage for Udinese when all is said and done. Expecting it to be very competitive.
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