Crotone vs Roma: In one of the encounters of this Sunday of football in Italy, counting towards the Serie A’s 29th round
The local side Crotone and the visiting side Roma face off in the city of Crotone, at the Ezio Scida Stadium, with both teams meeting again on the season after their previous encounter that ended with a 1-0 win for Roma.
The home side is making a campaign that can be considered positive so far, being on a good 16th place, with 24 points, although they still have a lot to fight in order to reach their objective of avoiding relegation, since they are only 2 points above the relegation zone when there are still 11 rounds to play in the league.
The team is coming off a streak of results of some inconsistency, having 2 losses, 2 draw and 1 win on their last 5 matches, but it is also important to note the rout imposed to Sampdoria, on the last round, by 4-1, that stopped a streak of 4 winless matches at home.
As for the visitors, they are making a very positive campaign so far, still competing on the Champions League and being on a good position, so far, to ensure their presence on then next edition of the competition.
Although things could be going better in terms of the league, since the team was very early eliminated from the title race,
A curious aspect to point out is the fact that the team still has a better record away from home than at home (having more points per match and a better overall goal scoring record):
Di Francesco’s team is on a good streak of results, getting 6 wins on the last 8 matches they’ve played and also coming off 3 consecutive wins and showcasing a good offensive and defensive ability.
Crotone vs Roma – Betting Tip and Prediction:
That way, with a Roma in great form away from home (they have won 3 of their last 4 matches) and against a Crotone that is coming off a poor moment of form at home (with only 1 win on their last 5 matches, and with the Roman team certainly motivated by their recent qualification on the Champions League.
I believe that we will see a good win from the visitors.
|Roma AH -1||