An In-Depth Look at the Match
Here are our top Torino v Sassuolo betting tips. One of five games to look forward to from Serie A on Sunday and this one gets the live TV treatment as Premier Sports send a camera crew to keep us updated with all the action. An 11.30am kick-off puts it in direct competition with the Old Firm match in Glasgow and that may just put a few off watching it but there’s plenty to bet on. Doubling your bets in this match with predictions from Govan could set you off to the perfect start for an action-packed day of football betting. Torini are favourites to capture the points and delight their followers, but will they live up to expectations?
Those loyal to the home dressing room will hope so as they go into game 36 of the campaign sitting seventh in the table with two points needed to break into the top-six and grab a spot in next season’s Europa League. Five points better off and they could be knocking on the door of the Champions League and a top-four finish, but that looks a big ask at this stage. On an unbeaten run, the hosts have won two and drawn three of their last five and that has led to odds compilers pricing them at 8/15 (Ladbrokes).
Quick on the Draw
Not a lot was expected of Sassuolo by casual followers of Italian football this season, but they have fared better than expected and went into game week holding their own in 10th, driving for better. 42 points on the board means 10th is as good as they will finish but they have danger in behind with just six points the difference between themselves and Genoa down in 16th. A few poor results and things could get a little too close for comfort.
Perhaps the team believe they have done the hard work this season in avoiding relegation and are happy to simply run down the clock and get into their summer vacation. Recent results certainly back up that theory as they have drawn four of their last five, including a share last time out. To give Sassuolo the credit they deserve, they did win the spare, so boast a recent unbeaten record. Another draw is a danger to Torino backers at 7/2 (Unibet), while the away win has been chalked off as an 11/2 no hoper by William Hill.