Cagliari vs. Torino 6/27/20 Serie A Soccer Prediction and Picks
Torino (9-4-14) at Cagliari (9-8-10)
Serie A Soccer: Saturday June 27, 2020 at 1:30 PM (Sardegna Arena)
The Line: Cagliari +140 / Draw +220 / Torino +190 -- O/U: 2.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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Cagliari play host to Torino in Serie A soccer action from the Sardegna Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Cagliari enter this match in 10th place on 35 points with a record of 9 wins, 8 draws and 10 losses after a 1-0 win over Spal in their last match. In the win over Spal, the first half was kind of rough and tumble, with a total of five bookings, three of which went Cagliari’s way, but no scoring was done in the first 45. There was no scoring for much of the second half as well and we looked headed for a scoreless draw before Giovanni Simeone scored a last gasp winner for Cagliari in the third minute of second half stoppage time, stealing the three points and the win for Cagliari. Joao Pedro leads Cagliari in scoring with 16 goals while the previously mentioned Simeone has 8 goals and Radja Nainggolan has 5 goals with a team-high 6 assists for Cagliari this season. Robin Olsen leads Cagliari in goal, conceding 1.36 goals per 90 minutes with 4 clean sheets in 17 league appearances this season.
Torino enter this match sitting in 14th place, tied with Fiorentina on 31 points after picking up a 1-0 win over Udinese in their last match to bring their record to 9 wins, 4 draws and 14 losses. In the victory over Udinese, Andrea Belotti gave Torino the lead in the 16th minute and despite allowing 59% possession to Udinese as well as a 7-4 edge in attempts at goal and 5-3 lead in shots on target, Torino would ride the early goal to the finish line, holding on for the win and an important three points in getting away from the relegation zone. Belotti’s goal added to his team-high tally of 10 goals this season while Cristian Ansaldi has a team-high 3 assists this season. Salvatore Sirigu is Torino’s top goalkeeper, conceding 1.63 goals per 90 minutes with 6 clean sheets in 27 league appearances this season.
This match boils down to picking the lesser of two evils, as you have Cagliari with no fans in the stands on a five-game winless run at home compared to a Torino side that’s lost four straight on the road. Both picked up a much needed win last time out, but to be honest there isn’t a whole lot separating the two sides for me here, so I’m going to side with the draw as my main bet for this match.
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