Roma-SPAL Preview, Teams, Head to head

Roma bouncing back?
No, no and again no. The stint against Genoa last must just not happen. Despite a powerful game takeover and a 1-0 lead in the bag, Roma managed to lose two precious points after the match ended 1-1. Big sack shock became the leader of the Rossi, apparently unprovoked, slammed to Genoa’s Lapadula in his face, in his own penalty area. Video review, penalty, expulsion on the Rossi, match credited and a scoring point that can cost Rome expensive in gold racing. I am extremely disappointed with the Rossi. A player of that caliber, with that experience, just can not act that way. The Italian misses this match and it feels more than right.
Roma is found on the fourth place in the table, with seven points up to the first place. Serie leaders Napoli are set against Juventus later on Friday night, in other words, Roma has to solve three points to keep up with the top match. There is nothing else on the map. The top tie has been ruggedly tight so far, where none of the top teams tended to lose unnecessary points. Roma was in charge of such a scoring last after Rossi’s overall brain loss. At home at Olimpico, three points will be spent on a SPAL, which should not have anything to resist. Consider an enormously large class difference between the law, not to mention the motivational factor that definitely speaks to the home team’s advantage.

SPAL is struggling
The newcomers SPAL can be found on a modest 18th place in the table, a location that definitely fits the expectations of the team ahead of the season. Certainly, you’ve made it clear better than Benevento as newcomers, but SPAL’s big fight is getting this bad fight this season. In 14 games played, only two wins have been collected – at home against Udinese and Genoa. Two teams that underperformed this season. The fact that both winnings are taken home at Stadio Paolo Mazza is also no coincidence – the fact is that 80% of the team’s score harvest was harvested at home. On the move, it has been a league – the result line 0-2-5 testifies to it. Solklara loses against Inter Milan and Juventus. Do not believe in any trend break when visiting Olimpico during Friday afternoon.
Roma has, with Naples, released at least the goals of all teams this season. A rude task, therefore, is awaiting SPAL, whose offensive is not convinced at all. On the move, only four goals have been achieved – a target crossing of modest 0.57 goals / match. There is nothing that scares a Roma defense right away. As I mentioned earlier, there is a big difference in class between the two. Against a revolt and pressed Rome at Olimpico, I do not really see how an embarrasing SPAL can resist. Add to that Antenucci, Meret and Costa on the damage list for the guests.

Game tips: Roma -1.5
Given the prevailing conditions, Roma should solve a relatively comfortable victory against the bottom line SPAL – I play Roma -1.5 to 1.52 times the money at Unibet. Friday’s finest double acting in my eyes.