Torino vs. Udinese Predictions & Betting Tips

The Granata look to leapfrog the Zebrette in the Serie A standings according to these Torino vs. Udinese predictions. Just two points separate the two teams in the league and both are enjoying similarly solid form.

Torino vs. Udinese odds

1 – A draw at full-time – 9/4

2 – Both teams to score – 10/11

3 – Under 2.5 goals scored – 8/11

4 – Antonio Sanabria to score anytime – 23/10

5 – Torino to win – 11/8

Torino take on Udinese on Sunday afternoon, with the two clubs placed seventh and eighth respectively in the league table. The Serie A top six may look impregnable at present, but the eight-point gap between the Zebrette and European football could well disappear with a solid run of form.

It’s safe to say Andrea Sottil’s side have had an unexpected first half of a season, with an early six-match winning streak followed by ten games without a victory. Since the Serie A restart, Udinese have been more true to type, with two wins, two draws and a win out of their last five games.

Torino have been slightly more consistent over their first 20 games although they are enjoying a bright spell currently, with just one league defeat in their last seven games. A particular high point was overcoming Milan in the Coppa Italia.

With both teams in largely similar form, to the extent that both drew 1-1 at home to Verona within the past month, a draw would be considered a fair result at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.

Recent matches on both sides would suggest that Sunday’s game is unlikely to be particularly high scoring with the two teams averaging precisely one goal per game since the Serie A restart. As a result, a bet on under 2.5 goals scored could pay off. For more glass-half-full punters, a wager on both teams to score may also work out. Udinese have failed to score in just one of their last seven games, with the visitors’ record even better, with just one blank in their last seven.

Torino may not be blessed with clinical goal-scorers, but more often than not they manage to come up with one when it counts. Antonio Sanabria has two goals in his last four league games and is our tip to score anytime. The Paraguayan has scored just once in a Granata victory this season but his form may well fire the hosts to victory on Sunday.

How to stream Torino vs. Udinese

Torino vs. Udinese kicks off on Sunday live on for members with a credited account or punters who have placed a bet within 24 hours of the match.

Torino vs. Udinese last five matches

Torino last five matches

19-03-2023 14:00
12-03-2023 11:30
06-03-2023 19:45
28-02-2023 19:45
20-02-2023 19:45

Udinese last five matches

18-03-2023 19:45
11-03-2023 14:00
04-03-2023 17:00
26-02-2023 17:00
18-02-2023 19:45

Torino top goalscorers

Udinese top goalscorers

Torino vs. Udinese line-ups

Torino (3-5-2): Milinkovic-Savic; Djidji, Schuurs, Rodriguez; Bayeye, Linetty, Ricci, Vojvoda; Vlasic, Sanabria, Miranchuk

Udinese (3-5-2): Silvestri; Becao, Bijol, Perez; Ehizibeu, Samardzic, Walace, Arslan, Udogie; Beto, Success

Torino team news

Ivan Juric has welcomed a number of new players into the squad, with Ivan Ilic and Ronaldo Viera both capable of stepping straight into the Granata midfield after Sasa Lukic departed. Pietro Pellegri remains sidelined through injury, meaning Antonio Sanabria will start up front.

Udinese team news

Gerard Deulofeu remains out injured for Andrea Sottil’s side, so Isaac Success is expected to start up front. Florian Thauvin arrived on a free transfer in a big move for Udinese and his profile should replicate Deulofeu once the Frenchman is brought up to speed.  

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