Roma vs SPAL predictions ahead of this Serie A clash on Friday night. Read on for our match preview and free betting tips.
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Stephan El Shaarawy To Score Anytime
Reason For Roma vs SPAL Betting Tips
Roma’s record breaking winning flee from home came to an end at humble Genoa last end of the week, conveying an immense hit to their title trusts. Be that as it may, the Giallorossi are in great shape at the Stadio Olimpico, and they’ll be aiming to construct some frame at their own particular ground to maintain their title challenge. Without a doubt they can put another three points on the board when they have modest SPAL in the opening Serie A game of the end of the week?
The guests have averaged only 0.29 goals for each game on the road this season, yet they are heading to a ground where they have some happy recollections. SPAL took their first point of the season away to Lazio earlier in the season, claiming a 0-0 draw against the Champions League challengers. There’s not been excessively between the two Stadio Olimpico sides this season, however Roma are two points above their intense rivals inside the best four. Will they endure the same fate as the Aquile and drop points at home to an advanced side?
Part of Lazio’s foul up is that they were frustrated early on, and they hadn’t yet clicked going ahead. Roma aren’t in the same boat, averaging 1.85 goals for each game in Serie A this term. That, as well as the Giallorossi have scored 73% of their home goals inside the initial 45 minutes, with over a quarter preceding the 15 minute mark. That should see them take an early lead over SPAL, who have already yielded six times inside the opening 30 minutes of their away games this season.
The guests have lost 71% of their away outings, while Roma have had little inconvenience utilizing their muscles against bring down sides in the league. While the best two have both won away to the Giallorossi this term, Roma have beaten each side underneath them at their own ground in Serie A. With SPAL now sitting in the last three, the hosts ought to doubtlessly make short work of the battling guests. The way Roma are set up to attack from the start should help, and we anticipate that them will take control early on here.
SPAL have gotten themselves 1-0 down at the break on four occasions away from home this term. They’ve been losing all however two of their away excursions at the break, and can see this game going a similar way. Roma have been in front after 45 minutes in five matches at home, just failing to excel early on against Napoli and Lazio – two of the league’s most in shape sides. Roma ought to dominate early on here, so we’re backing Roma to lead at the finish of each half as our main tip on this one.
We also think this is another chance for Stephan El Shaarawy to awe, following his strike against Genoa last end of the week. He has bagged four goals already in the league, and he’s starting to end up noticeably one of Roma’s key players. We think he’ll get a lot of chances to inspire against this poor SPAL outfit, and he could be critical to breaking down a profound safeguard. Given that, we’re backing him to score any time this end of the week.
There have been no current gatherings between these two sides.
Roma versus SPAL Stats
The last time AS Roma and SPAL met in Serie A was in February 1968; Of the 30 gatherings between the two sides in the opposition, the Giallorossi have recorded 11 wins (D9 L10).
SPAL have won only one of their last 15 away league matches against AS Roma (D6 L8), a 0-2 triumph in September 1965.
AS Roma are unbeaten in their last six Serie A matches (W5 D1) – however the Giallorossi have yielded in each of their last three matches having beforehand kept three back to back clean sheets.
No Serie A side has scored a higher percentage of their goals from fresh than SPAL (33.3%); Indeed AS Roma are the main side in the division yet to yield a goal from outside of the case.
Roma Team News
Daniele De Rossi was sent off against Genoa last end of the week, which keeps him around here.
Marco Borriello and Federico Viviani both come back from suspension ahead of this game.