Verona vs Torino prediction, odds & betting tips – 12/05/2024

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Verona - Torino

Italy Serie A - Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi

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The sides played out a 0-0 draw back in October.

Verona and Torino clash at the Marcantonio Bentegodi this Sunday in Serie A. Our Verona vs Torino prediction considers whether the hosts can get the win that should fire them to safety.

Verona vs Torino prediction: No goals in bore draw

Verona vs Torino predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

Draw

⚽ Correct score prediction

Verona 0-0 Torino

💥 Both teams to score

No

Key Stats

  • Our Verona vs Torino betting tips take into account that three of the away team’s last four Serie A matches have ended goalless.
  • Both teams have scored in just 29% of Torino matches this season in Serie A.
  • Verona have only won three matches this season in the league against teams currently above them in the table heading into this matchday, drawing seven.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Not much to choose between the teams

  • HOME: 7/4 (2.75) – 36.4%
  • DRAW: 15/8 (2.88) – 34.8%
  • AWAY: 6/4 (2.50) – 40.0%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

The visitors are the very slight favourites according to the Verona vs Torino odds with an implied probability of 40.0% that they win this, but it’s really tight between the three possible outcomes.

Verona head into the game after a really important 2-1 win over Fiorentina thanks to goals from Darko Lazovic and Tijjani Noslin.

Torino meanwhile have gone four without scoring after another 0-0 draw at home to Bologna last time out.

For more analysis and the latest picks from the weekend games, today’s football betting tips will guide you through the main markets.

Last five H2Hs: A fixture that rarely delivers goals

Italy Serie A 02/10/23

Torino

Torino

0
Verona

Verona

0

Italy Serie A 14/05/23

Verona

Verona

0
Torino

Torino

1

Italy Serie A 04/01/23

Torino

Torino

1
Verona

Verona

1

Italy Serie A 14/05/22

Verona

Verona

0
Torino

Torino

1

Italy Serie A 19/12/21

Torino

Torino

1
Verona

Verona

0

Our Verona vs Torino prediction of a low scoring game is in keeping with recent history with the last five meetings producing just five goals in total. Torino are unbeaten in that period.

Verona Preview: Folorunsho serves suspension

There’ll be no Michael Folorunsho for the hosts after his latest booking last time out. They are also missing Juan Michael Cruz to injury while Ruben Vinagre is a doubt.

Predicted Lineup: Montipo (GK), Cabal, Magnani, Coppola, Centonze, Duda, Serdar, Lazovic, Suslov, Noslin, Swiderski

Italy Serie A 26/05/24

D

Inter Milan

Inter Milan

2

Verona

Verona

2

Italy Serie A 20/05/24

W

Salernitana

Salernitana

1

Verona

Verona

2

Italy Serie A 12/05/24

L

Torino

Torino

2

Verona

Verona

1

Italy Serie A 05/05/24

W

Fiorentina

Fiorentina

1

Verona

Verona

2

Italy Serie A 27/04/24

L

Lazio

Lazio

1

Verona

Verona

0

Torino Preview: Vlasic to miss rest of season

The visitors will be forced into at least one change with Nikola Vlasic set to miss the rest of the season. Perr Schuurs and Koffi Djidji are also sidelined through injury.

Predicted Lineup: Milinkovic-Savic (GK), Vojvoda, Buongiorno, Masina, Rodriguez, Ilic, Tameze, Bellanova, Ricci, Sanabria, 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

Player to watch – Dusan Zapata

Torino striker Dusan Zapata is on 11 goals for the season in Serie A, which is five more than any other player from either of these clubs. The Colombian is perhaps the man most likely to break the deadlock in what’s likely to be a tight game.

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Zapata has scored six headers this season in Serie A – Photo by Icon Sport

Zapata scoring early

45% of Dusan Zapata’s goals this season in Serie A have been scored in the opening 30 minutes. Over half of his strikes have been headers with the 33 year old a big threat in the air.


Mark is a freelance football writer based in Madrid. He regularly attends and covers La Liga matches around Spain, whilst also following football across Europe.