Torino F.C. vs Juventus F.C. Football Odds & Italian Serie A Free Picks
|Betting Odds & Stats|
|Torino F.C||Lines||Juventus F.C.|
|+555 (-115)||Spread||-176 (-105)|
|Over 2.5 (-101)||Total||Under 2.5 (-114)|
|Torino F.C.||Score and stat||Juventus F.C.|
|Torino F.C +555|
It’s been a terrible year for Torino, who were thumped 4-0 in their visit to Lazio in midweek. Last season Il Toro were flying high, making waves in the top four fight on their way to securing a Europa League spot. However, Torino are already out of Europe and they’re set to miss out on a return after some tough results. Il Toro have won just one of their last eight in the league, which doesn’t bode well for this meeting.
Torino are in the middle of a minor crisis after losing five of their last eight Serie A (SA) fixtures (W1, D2), and scoring only one goal in their last four (D2, L2). The hosts have also conceded first in six of their last seven league games not to end goalless, consequently going in behind at half-time on five occasions.
Defence is ultimately where Torino’s main problem lies, with both teams scoring in five of their last six home competitive matches. Curiously though, this has been the case in only three of last ten H2Hs held here, with just one of the last five competitive H2Hs overall (at any venue) seeing both teams score.
Andrea Belotti has scored four of Torino’s six SA home goals this season, with all of them arriving after the break.
|Andrea Belotti Torino F.C Key Player|
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|Juventus F.C. -176|
Juventus continue to thrive. They kept top spot despite a surprise 1-1 draw with Lecce last weekend, while that clash saw Cristiano Ronaldo rested. He scored in the midweek win over Genoa, while the champions will expect to keep their winning streak going when they meet Torino this weekend.
Strong as ever, Juventus have now won eight of their last nine competitive matches, netting exactly twice in seven of those wins. The visitors remain unbeaten in SA this season (W8, D2), with both draws arriving away from home.
Juventus have also opened the scoring in their last five league games, and in four of their five away league outings this season (W3, D2). Very much in ‘black and white’, the H2H record makes for even better reading, with Juventus losing only once to Torino in the last 28 competitive H2Hs.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a game-winning goal by converting a late penalty last time out, and netted both of Juventus’ goals across last season’s H2Hs.
|Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus F.C. Key Player|
|Torino have won only one of their last 13 Serie A home meetings against Juventus (D2 L9).|
|Torino have won only one of their last 42 Serie A matches against reigning Serie A champions (D13 L26), a 2-1 win against Juventus in April 2015.|
|The Pick: Juventus F.C. -176, Over 2.5|