Udinese v Lazio Betting Preview, Odds & Tips | 26th September
Tom Kelly (@1TomKelly) previews Udinese v Lazio and provides us with his best bets for Wednesday’s Serie A clash by analysing team news, potential line-ups, head-to-head, key stats and facts and more.
Udinese v Lazio Betting Preview, Odds & Tips
- Date: 26/09/2018
- Time: 18:00
- Venue: Stadio Friuli
- Channel: N/A
Both Udinese and Fiorentina have started the league in relatively good form, with Lazio sitting 5th whilst Udinese trail just two places behind.
Regarding recent form, Udinese have only recorded a single win at their home stadium this season, which came against Sampdoria in a 1-0 victory. Furthermore, the Italian side are currently unbeaten within their last two fixtures as they recently beat Chievo away from home.
On the other hand, despite their shaky opening games, Lazio have gone four games unbeaten and defeated sides such as Genoa, Empoli and Frosinone. However, the Italian side have only recorded a single goal away from home this season and, in addition to this, Lazio have recorded two separate 1-0 victories this season – which seems to be a popular scoreline for the Biancocelesti.
Regarding injuries for Udinese, young winger Svante Ingelsson and central midfielder Emmanuel Badu will be unavailable for selection for Udinese.
On the other hand, Lazio have a host of injuries to worry about. Berisha, Felipe and Jordan Luakaku are just a few players won’t be making the trip to the Stadio Friuli.
Potential Udinese Starting XI: Scuffet, Samir, Nuytinck, Troost-Ekong, Larsen; De Paul, Barak, Behrami, Fofana, D’Alessandro; Lasagna
Potential Lazio Starting XI: Strakosha; Wallace, Acerbi, Caceres; Milinkovic-Savic, Lucas, Parolo, Alberto, Immobile
Head To Head
- In their last three fixtures, Lazio have left each game victorious.
Key Stats & Facts
- Udinese have only recorded three goals at home this season.
- Lazio have only conceded two goals away from home this season.
- Udinese – 3/1
- Draw – 27/10
- Lazio – 88/100
Lazio are on a hot-streak and clearly consider Udinese to be favoured opposition. Based upon past results and current form, this should be an easy victory for Lazio.
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