Italian Serie A Betting Score Prediction tonight presents a classic match between Lecce vs AS Roma, which will be live broadcasted by beIN Sport, on Sunday, 29 September 2019 at 20:00 WIB, at the Comunale Via del Mare Stadium.
Week 6 of the Italian Serie A is a little nostalgic by bringing together two teams that haven’t seen each other for a long time. Playing at home to Lecce, Roma must realize how their efforts to get out of the relegation zone, and the results of yesterday’s match are a reflection of their passion for change.
The last meeting of the two teams took place in the 2012 season, where this meeting resulted in a win for Lecce with a landslide score of 4-2. Now everything has changed, and Lecce must realize that their capacity now is a promotion team that comes with a normal level.
Against Roma with greater strength and prove with an increase in performance, then Lecce is predicted to be difficult to develop the game, and in the end will be dominated by situations that benefit the visitors’ camp.
Asian Handicap Market- Lecce Vs AS Roma:
Lecce 1:0 AS Roma
Score Prediction – Lecce Vs AS Roma:
Lecce 1-2 AS Roma
The level of quality is clearly different, and Rome is at a better level and ready to pressure Lecce from all directions. For this reason, so many prediction houses are more in favor of the visitors, and what already exists now makes it clear that the game will be mastered by Edin Dzeko cs.
Head to Head – Lecce Vs AS Roma:
[07/04/12] Lecce 4 – 2 AS Roma
[21/11/11] AS Roma 2 – 1 Lecce
[05/03/11] Lecce 1 – 2 AS Roma
[30/10/10] AS Roma 2 – 0 Lecce
[19/04/09] AS Roma 3 – 2 Lecce
Lecce’s Last 5 Matches:
[27/08/19] Inter Milan 4 – 0 Lecce
[02/09/19] Lecce 0 – 1 Hellas Verona
[07/09/19] Nuova Cosenza 1 – 1 Lecce
[17/09/19] Torino 1 – 2 Lecce
[22/09/19] Lecce 1 – 4 Napoli
AS Roma’s Last 5 Matches:
[26/08/19] AS Roma 3 – 3 Genoa
[01/09/19] Lazio 1 – 1 AS Roma
[15/09/19] AS Roma 4 – 2 Sassuolo
[20/09/19] AS Roma 4 – 0 Istanbul Basaksehir
[22/09/19] Bologna 1 – 2 AS Roma
Lecce: Gabriel; Andrea Rispoli, Luca Rossettini, Fabio Lucioni, Marco Calderoni, Panagiotis Tachtsidis, Marco Mancosu, Andrea Tabanelli, Filippo Falco, Diego Farias, Khouma Babacar.
AS Roma: Pau López; Alessandro Florenzi, Federico Fazio, Gianluca Mancini, Aleksandar Kolarov, Amadou Diawara, Maxime Gonalons, Bryan Cristante, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Justin Kluivert, Edin Dzeko.