Torino vs Bologna Match Information
Italy – Serie A, Sunday, 12 January 2020
Kick-off at 14:00 UK / 15:00 CET
Venue: Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino (Turin).
Coming off of surprising 2-0 win at Roma, Walter Mazzarri’s Torino are set to host an in-form Bologna side, unbeaten in three league matches.
Torino vs Bologna: Head-to-head (h2h)
- Overall Stats (22 games): Torino 8 Wins, Bologna 5 Wins, 9 Draws.
- Torino have 6-3-2 home record vs Bologna.
- The Granata have scored at least two goals in four of the last five H2H matches at this venue.
- Three goals or more have been scored in four of the last six head-to-head meetings.
- BTTS – Yes was a winning bet in four of their last six outings.
Torino vs Bologna: Match Preview
The Granata proved to be the league’s most unpredictable team as they bounced back from SPAL disappointment to beat favored Roma 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico. Walter Mazzarri’s side are looking good nowadays having won three of their last five league matches.
With the win-draw-lose record of 7-3-8, Toro are 9th in the standings, tied with Napoli and five points behind the Europa League spot.
Torino have recorded three wins, two draws and four losses at this venue, netting a goal per game on average whilst shipping 1.33 in return. They’ve claimed four points from last five home games (1-1-3).
Baselli (15 games, 0 goals), Lyanco (6/0) and Ansaldi (13/4) are on the treatment table.
Bologna failed to land third win on the trot, but their unbeaten stretch remains intact and extended as they salvaged a point vs Fiorentina thanks to Riccardo Oroslini’s last-minute equalizer.
The Veltri are in solid run of form having claimed ten points from last five league outings and will be hoping to land their third consecutive road victory this weekened. With 23 points to their name, they’re sitting at 10th place, one point behind their next opponent.
Sinisa Mihajliic’s men have logged three wins, two draws and four losses away from home, averaging 1.56 goals scored per match and conceding 1.78 per tie.
The Dutch full-back Mitchell Dijks (4/0) is a long-term absentee for the guests.
Torino vs Bologna: Predicted Starting Lineups
Torino (3-5-2): Sirigu – Izzo, Bremer, Nkoulou – Aina, D.Silvestri, Rincon, Lukic – Berenguer, Verdi – Belotti.
Bologna (4-2-3-1): Skorupski – Denswil, Tomiyasu, Bani, Danilo – Poli, Medel – Sansone, Orsolini, Soriano – Palacio.
Bologna vs Torino: Prediction
Goals on both ends are pretty much guaranteed with Bologna as fifteen of their eighteen league matches had BTTS – Yes and the same bet landed in 67 percent of Torino’s games at Olimpico this season. That will be my main pick here.
It appears that we need a crystal ball to predict the outcome of Granata’s games, so I will skip the 1X2 market this time and go with over 2.5 as it suits my 2-1 or 2-2 hunch.
We’ve seen nine goals in last three il Toro’s home games and three goals or more have been scored in eleven of the last twelve Veltri’s fixtures.
Torino vs Bologna: Betting Tips
Both Teams to Score – Yes @ 1.72
Over 2.5 goals @ 1.92.