Spezia vs Salernitana by Sors
Seven other players also left the club this summer, but none of them was a regular starter.
Spezia’s defense (second-best in the league during the 2015/16 season) is completely unchanged compared to the last campaign, while Pietro Iemmelo (f / from Foggia) is new addition in attack to already well-known players like Nene (f / 11 goals last term) and Antonio Piccolo (f / 10 goals last term).
The hosts began the new season in a good shape, having won two consecutive games in Coppa Italia: 1-0 at home against Modena on Aug. 6, followed by a 3-2 win in the visit to Udinese one week later.
Domenico Di Carlo has almost a full squad to choose from, with the exception of the injured Juande (midf.).
The guests managed to keep their place in the league through a relegation playoff, so it’s not a surprise that they’ve made much more changes in their squad during the break.
Eleven players left the club this summer and were replaced by thirteen new players, some of them with big experience on this level as Luigi Vitale (d / Ternana), Massimiliano Busellato (m / from Ternana), Lorenzo Laverone (m / from Vicenza), Guiseppe Caccavallo (f / from Paganese) and Gennaro Troianiello (f / Ternana).
However, the guests were far from convincing in their previous two official matches against Benevento (0-0/4-2 on penalties) and Pisa (1-1/ 3-4 on penalties) in Coppa Italia and it seems that the new players will need more time to adapt to the style of their new team.
In addition to that, two key defenders in Andrea Rossi and Michele Franco will miss this match due to injuries.
I think that the hosts will manage to win this match.
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