Genoa and Sampdoria will meet in the 17th round of the Serie A. Genoa is in bad shape, and the team needs a cold shower for positive results, as the goal is survival. Sampdoria takes the 15th position, Roberto D’Aversa has no right to make a mistake, and the fans are dissatisfied.
December 10th, 2021 – 20:45
Genoa vs Sampdoria Betting Tips & Predictions
BTTS Yes @1.80
Correct score 1:1 @6.00
Reason for Genoa vs Sampdoria Predictions
Genoa travelled to Juventus at the weekend and ended up suffering another defeat, just as predicted. Juve scored a goal in each half on their way to a comfortable 2-0 victory, and Genoa once again failed to find the back of the net. Genoa is going through a really poor run of form right now and could soon find themselves sitting in last place, possibly even this weekend, if Salernitana were to win. Genoa hasn’t made the most of their chances in more recent games. Their’ goals for’ figure stands at just two against opponents over the course of their last six matches. In those meetings, Genoa has also seen the tally of goals against them total 9. We will just have to find out if that trend can be sustained in this game. Yayah Kallon (Muscular problems), Francesco Cassata (Knee Surgery), Mattia Destro (Unknown Injury), Felipe Caicedo (Muscular problems), Nicolò Rovella (Muscle Injury), and Mohamed Fares (Muscle Injury) are not available for Genoa gaffer Andriy Shevchenko. Ivan Radovanovic will not be able to play in this game through being suspended. Hernani plays well in the middle of the pitch, and he does not allow the opponent much action. Flavio Bianchi excellently, he is fast in the one-on-one game, and he is unstoppable.
Sampdoria entertained Lazio last time out and was well beaten in the end. Lazio raced into a 3-0 lead before halftime, and although Gabbiadini pulled a goal back in the second half, it was only a consolation strike as the scoreline ended 3-1 to the visitors. That results leaves Sampdoria sitting 15th in the table, but a win on Friday would see them move up above Udinese for a short period at least. Illustrating their predisposition for high-scoring encounters, the back of the net has been hit 20 times in the last six games in which Sampdoria has played, making it an average of 3.33 goals each fixture. Their opponents have hit 12 of this grand total. Sampdoria manager Roberto D’Aversa has to contend with a number of unavailable players. Ernesto Torregrossa (Calf Injury) and Mikkel Damsgaard (Thigh Problems) won’t be making appearances. Jakub Janktoenjoys the pitch, and when he receives the ball and moves towards the goal, the opponent has problems. The bench players are expected to show as much as possible and impose themselves on the coach for the starting lineup.
It will be a big battle between these two teams, and it will not be surprising if the match ends in a draw.
We can also expect a goal in both nets, and neither side should keep the clean sheet.