Torino vs Monza prediction, odds & betting tips – 30/03/2024

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Italy Serie A - Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino

Torino vs Monza prediction
Torino and Monza shared the spoils in each of their last two meetings – Photo by Icon Sport

Mid-table dwellers Torino and Monza face off at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino in Italy’s Serie A on Saturday, March 30th. Check out our Serie A betting tips for this weekend’s clash below.

Torino vs Monza prediction: Sides are tough to split

Torino vs Monza predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

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⚽ Correct score prediction

Torino 1-1 Monza

Anytime Goalscorer

 

Daniel Maldini

Key Stats

  • Each of the last two meetings between these clubs ended all square
  • 100% of the last three tussles between these sides featured goals at both ends.
  • Monza were beaten just once in their last eight Serie A fixtures.
  • Daniele Maldini scored three times in his last four appearances for Monza.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Il Toro backed by the bookies

  • HOME: 5/6 (1.83) – 54.5%
  • DRAW: 9/4 (3.25) – 30.8%
  • AWAY: 18/5 (4.60) – 21.7%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

Torino scored a 2-0 win at Udinese before the international break, though they had won only once in seven attempts before that and our latest betting tips recommend opposing them when a Monza side in better form visit Turin on Saturday.

The visitors were unbeaten in seven of their last eight Serie A fixtures and they have lost just once in six assignments on the road. Monza have just a 21.7% chance of winning on Saturday, though we think they can defy their odds. Check out our betting insights page for more Serie A analysis.

Last five H2Hs: Draws common between these sides

Italy Serie A 11/11/23

Monza

Monza

1
Torino

Torino

1

Italy Serie A 07/05/23

Torino

Torino

1
Monza

Monza

1

Europe Friendlies 28/12/22

Monza

Monza

1
Torino

Torino

4

Italy Serie A 13/08/22

Monza

Monza

1
Torino

Torino

2

Europe Friendlies 04/01/17

Torino

Torino

1
Monza

Monza

0

Torino and Monza drew 1-1 when they last crossed paths in November and that was the second stalemate on the spin between the teams. BTTS landed in all three of the teams’ encounters since Monza’s promotion back to the top tier in 2022.

Torino preview: Injured trio missing for hosts

Koffi Djidji, Ivan Ilic and Adrien Tameze are all out of action for Torino ahead of the weekend. Il Toro are in 11th spot just one position and point behind Monza in the Serie A table.

Predicted lineup: Milinkovic-Savic – Vojvoda, Buongiorno, Masina – Bellanova, Ricci, Gineitis, Rodriguez – Vlasic, Okereke, Zapata

Italy Serie A 26/05/24

L

Atalanta

Atalanta

3

Torino

Torino

0

Italy Serie A 18/05/24

W

AC Milan

AC Milan

1

Torino

Torino

3

Italy Serie A 12/05/24

W

Verona

Verona

1

Torino

Torino

2

Italy Serie A 03/05/24

D

Bologna

Bologna

0

Torino

Torino

0

Italy Serie A 28/04/24

L

Inter Milan

Inter Milan

2

Torino

Torino

0

Monza preview: Bondo suspended in midfield

Samuele Vignato is sidelined through injury while Warren Bondo is suspended and won't be involved. Danilo D'Ambrosio is a doubt as he struggles to overcome a muscle complaint.

Predicted lineup: Di Gregorio – Birindelli, Izzo, Mari, Carboni – Pessina, Gagliardini, Colpani, Maldini, Mota – Duric

Italy Serie A 25/05/24

L

Juventus

Juventus

2

Monza

Monza

0

Italy Serie A 19/05/24

L

Frosinone

Frosinone

1

Monza

Monza

0

Italy Serie A 13/05/24

L

Fiorentina

Fiorentina

2

Monza

Monza

1

Italy Serie A 04/05/24

D

Lazio

Lazio

2

Monza

Monza

2

Italy Serie A 27/04/24

D

Lecce

Lecce

1

Monza

Monza

1

Torino  vs Monza prediction
Daniel Maldini's touch in the final third has been razor sharp of late – Photo by Icon Sport

Player to watch – Daniel Maldini

Daniel Maldini has been stepping out of his father Paolo’s shadow this season and the talented attacking midfielder with excellent pedigree is starting to realise his potential for Monza.

Maldini on a hot scoring streak

Maldini has scored just three times in Serie A this season, though all three of those goals were registered in his last four appearances for Monza and the increasingly influential 22-year-old should have a real kick in his step on Saturday following his impressive purple patch.


Simon Winter is a professional football tipster and sports journalist with over ten years in the industry. Best known for his time with Racing Post, Simon has also had work published by Freesupertips, Bloomberg Sports, bet365, Paddy Power, Colossus Bets, These Football Times and more. Simon covers the Bundesliga and Serie A for Football Whispers.