Bologna vs. Lazio – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match (11.03.2023, 20:45 CET)

Bologna vs. Lazio – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match
Bologna vs. Lazio – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match

In the coming days, Italy’s Serie A will play its 26th matchday. Here, the clash Bologna FC vs. Lazio Rome FC will take place on Saturday at 20:45. Thus, the eighth in the Serie A table will receive the third at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara. The Rossoblu and the Biancocelesti have 48 and 35 points respectively.

What speaks for Bologna FC?

  • Defeated the second-placed Inter Milan in their most recent home match.
  • Unlike their opponents, they didn’t appear in a European Cup fixture.

What speaks for Lazio Rome FC?

  • Won all last three league appearances with clean sheets.

Our betting prediction:

  • Prediction: Under 2.5 goals
  • Odds: 1.70

Expert analysis Bologna FC

After the break, Bologna started the new year with two defeats. Here, Thiago Motta’s team lost 0-1 away to the fourth-placed AS Roma and 1-2 at home to the sixth-ranked Atalanta. However, the Rossoblu then managed a turnaround. Because: From the 18th to the 24th matchday, they left the pitch as winners five times. The first loss of points, a 1-1 home draw against the penultimate-placed Cremonese, happened between a 2-1 at the tenth-ranked Udinese and a 2-0 at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara against the fourth-last-placed Spezia.

Next, Bologna experienced two 2-1 away wins against the last-placed Sampdoria plus the twelfth-ranked Fiorentina, and in between a 0-1 home defeat against the eleventh-placed Monza. Despite their impressive record of 13 points from six matches, a 1-0 home win over the second-placed Inter Milan undoubtedly grabbed the headlines. However, it was followed on Sunday by a 0-1 away defeat to the ninth-ranked FC Torino.

This marked the fifth occasion in seven league appearances of the Rossoblu, in which they fewer than 2.5 goals were scored. Moreover, the home side in the Bologna vs. Lazio clash failed to net in two of their last four appearances in Italy’s Serie A.

Expert analysis Lazio FC

Lazio suffered a 1-2 home defeat to AZ Alkmaar in a first leg of the Conference League round of 16 tie on Tuesday. However, Maurizio Sarri’s side won its last three Serie A fixtures with clean sheets. Here, the team from the capital celebrated a 2-0 at the fifth-bottom Salernitana, a 1-0 home win against Sampdoria and on 3 March a 1-0 in Naples. Lazio FC inflicted the leaders in the Serie A table their second defeat and overall fourth loss of points.

Furthermore, this constituted the seventh time in eight Serie A appearances of Lazio FC, in which fewer than 2.5 goals were scored. Here, the exception came on 24 January with a 4-0 home win over AC Milan, the fifth-placed team in Italy’s Serie A table.

Immediately before and afterwards, Lazio Rome saw a 2-0 at the 13th-ranked Sassuolo and a 1-1 home draw with Fiorentina. Then, the Aquile first experienced a 1-1 at the third-last-placed Hellas Verona and a 0-2 home defeat to Atalanta.

Head-to-head comparison Bologna FC – Lazio Rome FC

In the 2022/2023 season, already two clashes Bologna – Lazio took place. Here, the Rossoblu lost 1-2 away in the Serie A and on 19 January 0-1 in the Coppa Italia. Previously, in the previous championship, both matches ended with 3-0 home wins.

Our betting prediction and the best odds

The visitors in the match Bologna vs. Lazio won all three most recent Serie A fixtures with clean sheets. They did so against two relegation candidates, Salernitana plus Sampdoria, and at the leaders Napoli. There, less than 2.5 goals resulted for the seventh time in eight league fixtures of the third-ranked team in Italy’s Serie A table. The same occurred in five of the home side’s last seven league matches. Moreover, since mid-February, they experienced two 0-1 defeats at home to Monza plus at FC Torino, and a 1-0 against the second-placed Inter Milan in their last domestic match.

Bologna FC vs. Lazio Rome FC – betting prediction: Under 2.5 goals, odds 1.70

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