Napoli Vs Torino Prediction
|02/08/2020||Bologna - Torino||D1:1|
|29/07/2020||Torino - Roma||L2:3|
|26/07/2020||Spal - Torino||D1:1|
|22/07/2020||Torino - Verona||D1:1|
|19/07/2020||Fiorentina - Torino||L2:0|
|16/07/2020||Torino - Genoa||W3:0|
|01/08/2020||Napoli - Lazio||W3:1|
|28/07/2020||Inter - Napoli||L2:0|
|25/07/2020||Napoli - Sassuolo||W2:0|
|22/07/2020||Parma - Napoli||L2:1|
|19/07/2020||Napoli - Udinese||W2:1|
|15/07/2020||Bologna - Napoli||D1:1|
Even the Parthenopeans return to league action following their 1-1 draw with Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League. Rino Gattuso's side continued their rise up the table with a 2-1 victory over Reduce Brescia at the Mario Rigamonti.
They have won four of the last five league games and moved into first place, ahead of AC Milan on goal difference, and nine points supporting fourth-placed Atalanta. They'll be willing to keep their hot run when they choose on out-of-form Granata on Saturday.
Napoli have submitted four wins, two six and draw beats in Stadio San Paolo, scoring 1.25 goals per game on average and shipping 1.42 targets per bout. They have lost five of their final six home fixtures.
Torino's home match against Parma was postponed because of an outbreak of the coronavirus in the northern portion of the country. The Turin-based outfit are in dreadful run of form, getting lost five Serie A matches on the trot with a joint target gap of 2:17.
Moreno Longo's guys pulled off a good performance in AC Milan last time out, but it was not enough to avoid their thirteenth defeat of the season. Toro are now caked on the Serie A ladder, five points over the falling zone.
The Granata have registered four wins, 1 draw and seven defeats on their travels this season, averaging 1.33 goals scored per match, whilst shipping 1.75 in return. They've dropped three road games in a row.
The Azzurri game an underwhelming listing at San Paolo and will be eager to transfer their off from in their home games since they've won four road games in a row. I am able to see them winning this one. Odds aren't fantastic, but it appears like a great combo material.
Without Dries Mertens in the lineup, Lorenzo Insigne along with Jose Callejon are projected to flank Arkadiusz Milik, and I will back Napoli's Captain to bag his sixth goal of the year at fantastic odds.