Livorno vs Entella by Sors
It’s obvious, that this match is crucial for the hosts, not only because they will play against a team from the relegation zone, but also because Livorno has difficult program in the last two rounds, with two games against good teams like Vicenza (home) and Pescara (away).
4-2-2 14/8 for Livorno is eight games on this stadium in 2015 and although the hosts won only two points from their last two games here against Frosinone (0-0) and Modena (1-1), they usually have no problems against teams from the lower part of the standings at home (7-2-1 24/9).
The backbone of this team is built from very experienced players like Alessandro Bernardini (def. / 1 goal), Alessandro Lambrughi (def.), Emerson (def. / 2 goals), Giuseppe Gemiti (def.), Andrea Luci (midf. / 3 goals), Marco Biaganti (midf.), Daniele Vantaggiato (forw. / 13 goals), Luca Siligardi (forw. / 10 goals), etc., who have been in a similar situations many times before.
Lorenzo Gonnelli (d / 13+1), Jonny Mosquera (m / 14+0) and Luca Siligardi (f / 31+10) will miss this match against Entella due to injuries, but Gonnelli is not regular starter, while Mosquera is out since December.
Entella is modest team with limited resources, whose main aim is to stay in this league for one more season.
Entella has obvious problems in attack lately (only one goal in the last seven games) and although the guests won two points from their last two visits to Avellino (1-1) and Vicenza (0-0), I think that they will have big problems against a team with powerful attack like Livorno.
Stefano Botta (m / 31+1) is out for the away team, as well as Aniello Cutolo (f / 15+2), who scored the only goal for Entella in the last seven games.
A lot of factors speak in favor of the home team here (bigger experience, better individual qualities of the players, home court advantage, etc.) and I think that Livorno will manage to win this match against Entella.
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