Score Prediction for 20 April 2019 – Genoa vs. Torino
Italian Serie A Betting Score Prediction tonight presents a classic match between Genoa vs Torino, which will take place on Saturday, 20 April 2019 at 20:00 WIB, at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
Torino were able to show significant developments in the last few matches, it looks like they are now able to stay in 8th place with 50 points. While Genoa are ranked 15th with 34 points.
It is the two different teams that feel very showing the strength of the two teams, where in this match Torino are more favored despite playing in Genoa. Apart from that, tradition also replied that Torino still outperformed Genoa on a winning note.
Asian Handicap Market – Genoa vs Torino:
Genoa 1/2: 0 Torino
Score Prediction – Genoa vs Torino:
Genoa 1-2 Torino
Referring to the current situation and conditions, our prediction team strongly recommends betting players to keep the ball down. Where Torino are predicted to be able to defeat Genoa, which is claimed to be playing with makeshift players.
The latest news is that some of Genoa’s core players are currently in treatment due to injury. On that basis, that’s why our prediction team was so bright seeing Torino’s victory, although the hosts were able to provide resistance, Torino was able to close it with a deadly attack.
For tonight, the score that deserves closing 33rd week of the Italian Serie A this season is a thin 1-2 score for Torino.
Head to Head Matches – Genoa vs Torino:
[02.12.18] Torino 2 : 1 Genoa
[20.05.18] Genoa 1 : 2 Torino
[30.12.17] Torino 0 : 0 Genoa
[21.05.17] Genoa 2 : 1 Torino
[23.12.16] Torino 1 : 0 Genoa
Genoa’s Last 5 Matches:
[14.04.19] Sampdoria 2 : 0 Genoa
[08.04.19] Napoli 1 : 1 Genoa
[04.04.19] Genoa 0 : 4 Inter
[30.03.19] Udinese 2 : 0 Genoa
[17.03.19] Genoa 2 : 0 Juventus
Torino’s Last 5 Matches:
[14.04.19] Torino 1 : 1 Cagliari
[06.04.19] Parma 0 : 0 Torino
[04.04.19] Torino 2 : 1 Sampdoria
[31.03.19] Fiorentina 1 : 1 Torino
[17.03.19] Torino 2 : 3 Bologna
Genoa: Andrei Radu, Ervin Zukanovic, Nicolas Spolli, Luca Rossettini, Davide Biraschi, Daniel Bessa, Oscar Hiljemark, Aleandro Rosi, Diego Laxalt, Goran Pandev, Andrey Galabinov.
Torino: Salvatore Sirigu, Koffi Djidji, Nicolas N’Koulou, Armando Izzo, Lorenzo De Silvestri, Cristian Ansaldi, Tomas Rincon, Sasa Lukic, Ola Aina, Andrea Belotti, Simone Zaza.