Barletta vs Frosinone by JerryDrake

This time I introduce an interesting bet with 4 days in advance. Soon but I can not resist on following the enthusiastic moment of Frosinone, the leading team in Lega Pro 1 Group B. On Sunday Frosinone will visit Barletta, a team that are experiencing great difficulties in scoring goals and need to sign a striker as soon as possible.


Frosinone are leading the table with 39 points, 1 point more than Perugia which have played one game less than Frosinone. At third place Lecce have 33 points. Frosinone have climbed the table to the top position by winning 6 of the last 8 games in which they scored 12 goals and conceded only 3. In these games they faced and defeated all main opponents except Perugia: 4 home victories against Gubbio (2-0), Lecce (3-1), Pisa (1-0) and Catanzaro (3-0), 2 away victories against L'Aquila and Ascoli (both 1-0), 1 defeat in Salerno (0-1 against Salernitana) and 1 home draw against Perugia (1-1) where we have to underline the fact that Frosinone played down to ten men after the red card taken by Austrian midfield player Gucher in the first half when they were leading 1-0.


In their last game played at home against Catanzaro, 3-0 win, there were bad weather conditions with lot of rain on the pitch. Even so, they succeeded in dominating the match and score three goals with their best strikers Curiale (17 appearances and 7 goals scored) and Daniel Ciofani (18/11) and a beautiful goal scored by Luca Paganini. Also goalkeeper Massimo Zenildo Zappino (19/-12) always gave security to his team mates.


Overall Frosinone have a positive balance (11-6-2, 30/12) but they must and can improve on the road (3-4-2, 10/8). Their opponents have the worst attack in the league with only 9 goals scored (overall: 2-9-8, 9/21). At home Barletta have won only once this season against Ascoli: 1-4-4 with only 5 goals scored in 9 home games.


Frosinone will have his midfield young player Daniele Altobelli (17/3) back after his suspension. On the Barletta side I could not find a lot of information except that the club could still not sign any new striker in these days while Allegretti (6/1) will soon sign for another team in Lega Pro 2. In Prato their good goalkeeper Liverani (19/-21) saved his team from a defeat.


Barletta have lost only one game in their last 7 but this time they will face a motivated team which will try to keep the first position after the great improvements of the last months. If I will have more information (as for example Frosinone players missing in the last minutes or Barletta signing new players) I will write a comment here.


Bet: Frosinone, odds: 1.85 Mybet, stake: 8/10

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Comments (5)
I have to compliment you. The information that you give are very useful for betting. I am an experienced bookie and I know what it means to good analysis. When you have so thoroughly follow the Italian league only continue.
01/24/2014 - 09:30
Hallo Ersan, thank you very much, nice words. I like also other leagues and sports but at the moment I like to focus on Italy and national teams.
01/24/2014 - 16:31
I'm a friend of Nevio Orlandi, Barletta's coach, so I'm interested in all the situations that happen. I've heard that "Puttilli" stadium will be full because all the money will be donated for a rare disease. I'm not sure if it will be like I said, but it could be an option to consider
01/25/2014 - 15:34
Ciao Leo! Thank you for the information. No doubts, charity projects are important and every team should do something to help research against diseases. Congratulations to Barletta's managers for this project. Congratulations also to Orlandi as top teams have it very difficult to win against Barletta, he was the one who saved Reggina some years ago in Serie A. After Perugia's win yesterday (3-2 to Grosseto) I think that Frosinone will try to win. Alla prossima! JD
01/25/2014 - 16:42
At Mybet odds for Frosinone dropped down from 1.85 to 1.65.
01/26/2014 - 13:55
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