Lanciano vs Cagliari by Sors
The hosts are still unbeaten at home this season (3-4-0 8/4), but five of those seven games were against opponents from the lower half of the standings and in some of them this team won points with goals in the last minutes.
It seems that the attack is the Achilles’ heel of this team, even though the hosts can count on several players with big experience on this level in Domenico Di Cecco (midf. / 1 goal), Nicola Ferrari (forw. / 2 goals), Guido Marilungo (forw.), Antonio Piccolo (forw. / 6 goals), etc.
In the matter of fact, Domenico Di Cecco and Nicola Ferrari are out for this match against Cagliari, as well as another four important players in Carlo Mammarella (def. / 1 goal), Federico Amenta (def.), Ze Eduardo (midf.) and Armin Bacinovic (midf.), who was sent off in the last match against Novara (1-4/away).
Cagliari will travel to Lanciano without Marco Capuano (def.), Daniele Dessena (midf.) and Marco Fossati (midf.), but I doubt that the absence of these three players will be a big problem for the guests, given the fact that the club signed with many good and experienced players this summer and Massimo Rastelli has a large group of interchangeable players.
Unlike Lanciano, Cagliari is a team with a powerful attack, as the guests scored a total of 31 goals in the previous sixteen rounds (1.94 per game) – more than any other team in this league.The defense is also on a good level (with only a few exceptions), as the guests conceded one or fewer goals in fourteen of their previous sixteen games this season.
In fact, Cagliari won only eight points from its previous seven away games this season (2-2-3 7/8), but now the guests will face an opponent from the relegation zone and with big problems with injured and suspended players, so I think that they will manage to win three points from this match.
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