Brescia vs Ascoli by Sors
Brescia’s loss against Livorno was first for this team in twelve games at Stadio Mario Rigamonti this season, as the hosts have won seven of their previous eleven games here, with four draws in the other four encounters (7-4-1 22/10).
Paolo Castellini (d / 13+0) is out due to injury, while Alessandro Martinelli (m / 21+0) is suspended, but the guests also have problems with injured players in Andrea Mengoni (d / 14+0), Daniele Altobelli (m / 16+0) and top scorer Daniele Cacia (f / 19+4).
A lot of changes have been made in Ascoli’s squad in December and January, as the club signed with six new players in Bogdan Mitrea (def.) from Viitorul, Federico Dimarco (def.) from Inter, Tommaso Bianchi (midf.) from Leeds, Zan Benedicic (midf.) from Como, Ismail H’Maidat (midf.) from Roma and Doudou Mangni (forw.) from Atalanta, while other nine players left the club in this period.
3-1-2 7/8 for Ascoli from the last six rounds, though it should be noted that those three victories came at home, while the guests continue to struggle mightily away from home, having lost ten of their previous twelve games in the league, eight of them with two or even more goals difference (2-0-10 8/27).
Brescia has advantage in terms of individual qualities of the players, the hosts should be highly motivated to end their three-game losing streak, while home court advantage is another important factor for my bet.
|Brescia||Pinnacle||1.78||8||2-2 LOST (-8 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.