Bologna vs Torino prediction, odds and betting tips 27/11/2023

Bologna
27/11/23 - 19:45

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Torino

Bologna - Torino

Italy Serie A - Renato Dall'Ara

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change

Bologna and Torino meet at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara in Italy’s Serie A on Monday, November 27th. Just two points separate Bologna and Torino ahead of their top tier tussle this week. Read our Serie A predictions and betting tips along with the latest odds for the fixture below in our detailed match preview.

Today's Predictions for Bologna vs Torino

Bologna are favourites to harness home advantage when they take on Torino in Serie A on Monday evening. Read our top Bologna vs Torino predictions for this week’s fixture below.

Bologna Draw no Bet

  • Bologna have won four and drawn one of their last five league assignments on home soil.
  • Torino failed to win three of their last four Serie A matches on the road
  • Bologna have lost only once in six contests at home in Serie A this season overall.
  • Bologna haven’t lost at home to Torino since 2016.

Under 2.5 Goals

  • Two of Bologna’s last three league fixtures featured under 2.5 goals
  • Each of Torino’s last four away matches in Serie A produced two or fewer goals.
  • Under 2.5 goals also landed in six of the last eight meetings between Bologna and Torino.
  • Torino have notched just ten goals in 12 Serie A skirmishes combined this term.

Top Betting Odds and Stats for Bologna vs Torino

Check out our rack of important stats for Monday’s bout featuring Bologna vs Torino below alongside our useful tool to help you choose the most worthwhile odds.

Head to Head

06/03/23

Italy Serie A Serie A

Torino

Torino

Bologna

Bologna

1

0

06/11/22

Italy Serie A Serie A

Bologna

Bologna

Torino

Torino

2

1

06/03/22

Italy Serie A Serie A

Bologna

Bologna

Torino

Torino

0

0

12/12/21

Italy Serie A Serie A

Torino

Torino

Bologna

Bologna

2

1

21/04/21

Italy Serie A Serie A

Bologna

Bologna

Torino

Torino

1

1

Last Five - Bologna

13/04/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Monza

Monza

Bologna

Bologna

0

0

D

07/04/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Frosinone

Frosinone

Bologna

Bologna

0

0

D

01/04/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Salernitana

Salernitana

Bologna

Bologna

0

3

W

15/03/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Empoli

Empoli

Bologna

Bologna

0

1

W

09/03/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Inter Milan

Inter Milan

Bologna

Bologna

1

0

L

Last Five - Torino

13/04/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Juventus

Juventus

Torino

Torino

0

0

D

06/04/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Empoli

Empoli

Torino

Torino

3

2

L

30/03/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Monza

Monza

Torino

Torino

0

1

W

16/03/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Udinese

Udinese

Torino

Torino

0

2

W

08/03/24

Italy Serie A Serie A

Napoli

Napoli

Torino

Torino

1

1

D

Let's take a closer look at the latest markets, Bologna vs Torino odds and probability figures ahead of Monday’s meeting below.

Bologna odds: 13/10 (2.60) – 38.5%

Draw odds: 21/10 (3.10) – 32.3%

Torino odds: 9/4 (2.75) – 36.4%

Bologna have been made Monday’s expected winners by the bookmakers by a slender margin and the implied probability of a home victory is currently listed at around the 38.5% mark. Both teams not to score meanwhile – which has landed in four of Torino’s last four matches – can be added to your dockets at 3/4 (1.75 – 57.1%). A 1-0 triumph in favour of Bologna could be an option to line up in the correct score market at 5/1 (6.00). That outcome has an implied probability of 16.7%.

Bologna vs Torino Team News & Injuries

Read all of the latest injury updates, Bologna vs Torino lineups and team news for Monday’s Serie A match-up below. If you’re looking for more of the best football betting tips today, make sure to follow the link.

Bologna

Bologna will be missing John Lucumi and Adam Souamaoro again this week, though their squad looks relatively healthy elsewhere. Bologna drew 1-1 at Sassuolo to stay in Serie A's top half last weekend.

Predicted Lineup for Bologna: Skorupski – De Silvestri, Bonifazi, Calafiori, Lykogiannis – Freuler, Aebischer, Orsolini, Ferguson, Saelemaekers – Zirkzee

Torino

Nicolo Casale is the only injured player for Torino at present so expect to see a similar line-up to the one that squeezed a 1-0 victory out of a contest with Fiorentina last time out. Torino will kick-off Monday’s game just one point ahead of Bologna.

Predicted Lineup for Torino: Provedel – Lazzari, Patric, Romagnoli, Marusic – Guendouzi, Rovella, Alberto – Anderson, Zaccagni, Castellanos

Player to Watch – Joshua Zirkzee

Dutch attacker Joshua Zirkzee was in superb form in the lead-up to the international break, netting three times in five appearances while also lodging an assist during a hugely productive run for the 22-year-old. Zirkzee will hope to pick up where he left off on Monday.

Starting Lineups

Official lineups are usually released approximately one hour before kick-off.

Bologna

Bologna
4-2-3-1
28
Lukasz Skorupski
pl
3
Stefan Posch
at
31
Sam Beukema
nl
33
Riccardo Calafiori
it
15
Victor Kristiansen
dk
20
Michel Aebischer
ch
80
Giovanni Fabbian
it
11
Dan Ndoye
ch
19
Lewis Ferguson
gb
56
Alexis Saelemaekers
be
9
Joshua Zirkzee
nl
Substitutes
77
Sydney Van Hooijdonk
nl
82
Kacper Urbanski
pl
34
Federico Ravaglia
it
23
Nicola Bagnolini
it
8
Remo Freuler
ch
26
Jhon Lucumi
co
22
Babis Lykogiannis
gr
6
Nikola Moro
hr
29
Lorenzo De Silvestri
it

Torino

Torino
3-5-2
1
Luca Gemello
it
61
Adrien Tameze
fr
4
Alessandro Buongiorno
it
13
Ricardo Rodriguez
ch
19
Raoul Bellanova
it
77
Karol Linetty
pl
8
Ivan Ilic
rs
16
Nikola Vlasic
hr
20
Valentino Lazaro
at
9
Antonio Sanabria
py
91
Duvan Zapata
co
Substitutes
11
Pietro Pellegri
it
23
Demba Seck
sn
79
Zannetos Savva
cy
66
Gvidas Gineitis
lt
71
Mihai Maximilian Popa
ro
26
Koffi Djidji
fr
27
Mergim Vojvoda
xk
10
Nemanja Radonjic
rs
7
Yann Karamoh
fr
6
David Zima
cz
32
Vanja Milinkovic-Savic
rs
84
Jacopo Antolini
it

Bologna vs Torino prediction


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