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Fiorentina vs Torino prediction 2023-12-29

Fiorentina
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2023-12-29
Winner
Fiorentina
Torino
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Probability of win
Fiorentina — 60.1%
Draw — 22.7%
Torino — 17.1%
Our Prediction
Winner: Fiorentina;
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Fiorentina aims to build on their recent successes against Verona and Monza as they face Torino in Serie A's 18th round. The Viola have shown improved form, particularly in defense, and are likely to rely on their solid defensive strategy in Friday's match. However, key players such as Bonaventura, Gonzalez, Martinelli, Dodo, and Gaetano Castrovilli are expected to be sidelined due to injuries.

On the other hand, Torino enters the game unbeaten in the last four league matches. Despite this, Ivan Juric's team is not known for performing well on the road, and it's doubtful they can disrupt Fiorentina's momentum at Stadio Artemio Franchi. In their previous encounter in Florence, Torino secured a 1-0 victory over Fiorentina, adding an extra layer of motivation for the hosts seeking revenge.

Prediction: Fiorentina win 1-0

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Both teams are now in good shape and are approaching this match in a good mood. “Fiorentina” won two victories over not the strongest opponents, but what is more important is that the “violets” were able to keep a clean sheet in both cases. “Torino” also hasn’t lost for a long time and the team has found its game, although the most serious opponent over the last four games was “Atalanta”. In our opinion, “Fiorentina” is the favorite of the match and deservedly so, since the team lost at home only once this season. Let’s add here the fact that over the last seven head-to-head meetings at the Artemio Franchi, the home team has five wins, one draw and only one victory for Torino.

Prediction: We bet on the home team to win.

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Both to score
Yes
47.52%
No
52.48%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
49.3%
27.4%
50.7%
72.6%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Fiorentina
83.5%
53.8%
16.5%
46.2%
Torino
56.9%
20.6%
43.1%
79.4%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
7.1%
6%
2.5%
0.7%
0.1%
12.8%
10.8%
4.5%
1.3%
0.3%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
11.5%
9.7%
4.1%
1.1%
0.2%
6.9%
5.8%
2.5%
0.7%
0.1%
Fiorentina Torino
Games 37 37
Wins 16 13
Losses 12 10
Draws 9 14
Goals 58 36
Goals per game 1.6 1
Conceded per game 1.2 0.9
Attacks 115.9 102.2
Corners per game 5.3 4.6
Yellow cards per game 2.1 2
Fouls per game 11.7 12.3
Latest matches
Score
2024-05-17
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Fiorentina
Napoli
2
2
2024-05-13
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Fiorentina
Monza
2
1
2024-04-28
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Fiorentina
Sassuolo
5
1
2024-04-15
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Fiorentina
Genoa
1
1
2024-03-30
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Fiorentina
Milan
1
2
2024-05-12
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Hellas Verona
Torino
1
2
2024-04-28
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Inter
Torino
2
0
2024-04-06
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Empoli
Torino
3
2
2024-03-16
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Udinese
Torino
0
2
Serie A
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Inter 37 29 6 2 87:20 93
Milan 38 22 9 7 76:49 75
Juventus 38 19 14 5 54:31 71
Bologna 38 18 14 6 54:32 68
Atalanta 36 20 6 10 67:39 66
Roma 37 18 9 10 64:44 63
Lazio 37 18 6 13 48:38 60
Fiorentina 37 16 9 12 58:44 57
Torino 37 13 14 10 36:33 53
Napoli 37 13 13 11 55:48 52
Genoa 38 12 13 13 45:45 49
Monza 38 11 12 15 39:51 45
Lecce 37 8 13 16 32:54 37
Hellas Verona 37 9 10 18 36:49 37
Cagliari 38 8 12 18 42:68 36
Frosinone 37 8 11 18 44:68 35
Udinese 37 5 19 13 36:53 34
Empoli 37 8 9 20 27:53 33
Sassuolo 37 7 8 22 42:74 29
Salernitana 38 2 11 25 32:81 17
Top scorers
Fiorentina
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N. González (11)
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G. Bonaventura (8)
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L. Beltrán (6)
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L. Martínez Quarta (5)
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A. Belotti (4)
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M. N'Zola (3)
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R. Mandragora (3)
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N. Ikoné (3)
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Arthur (2)
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A. Barák (2)
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L. Ranieri (2)
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R. Sottil (2)
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J. Duncan (2)
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C. Biraghi (2)
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C. Kouamé (2)
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J. Brekalo (1)
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M. Kayode (1)
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G. Castrovilli (1)
Torino
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D. Zapata Banguera (13)
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A. Sanabria Ayala (5)
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N. Radonjić (3)
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A. Buongiorno (3)
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N. Vlašić (3)
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I. Ilić (3)
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P. Schuurs (1)
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S. Ricci (1)
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R. Bellanova (1)
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P. Pellegri (1)
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R. Rodríguez Araya (1)
Top assists
Fiorentina
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J. Duncan
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C. Biraghi
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G. Bonaventura
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M. N'Zola
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R. Mandragora
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Arthur
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R. Sottil
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A. Barák
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L. Beltrán
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M. Faraoni
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N. González
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G. Castrovilli
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L. Ranieri
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N. Ikoné
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M. Kayode
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C. Kouamé
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F. Parisi
Torino
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R. Bellanova
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D. Zapata Banguera
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V. Lazaro
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M. Vojvoda
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I. Ilić
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S. Ricci
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A. Tameze
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N. Vlašić
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R. Rodríguez Araya
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P. Pellegri
Serie A Fiorentina Torino
Number of matches 380 37 37
Average win rate (%) 35.4 43.2 35.1
Goals per match 2.6 1.6 1
Yellow per match 4.5 2.1 2
Corners per match 9.7 5.3 4.6
Home goals per match 1.4 2 1
Away goals per match 1.2 1.2 1
Player rating 6.8 6.8 6.8

Sailing with the Purple and Blue Shades: A Deeper Look into Soccer Teams Fiorentina and Torino

When it comes to the world of Italian football, Fiorentina and Torino are two teams that have both demonstrated an inspiring history and heritage. Facing challenges and victories, these teams have stood firm, marking their territory in the football sphere and garnering dedicated fan bases. This article takes a close look at the journey of these teams, their accolades, and their significance in Italian football.

Fiorentina: The Purple Reign

Based in the artful and historical city of Florence, Fiorentina, often referred to as the 'Viola,' has been an unwavering presence in Italian football since their inception in 1926. The deep purple color of their uniforms, a bold deviation from the conventional, is a testament to their unique identity.

Fiorentina has had their fair share of success on the domestic front. They've been crowned Italian Champions twice, with embarking victorious campaigns in the 1955-56 and 1968-69 seasons. They also boast six Coppa Italia victories, the most recent one being in 2000-01.

However, the journey wasn't always smooth. The 2002 financial crisis led to Fiorentina's exclusion from Serie A and dissolution. However, this setback proved a short-lived one. They bounced back and swiftly navigated their way up to Serie A, reemerging as a force to reckon with.

Torino's High Flying Bulls

On the other hand, Torino FC, fondly known as the 'Bulls' or 'Il Toro,' has been etched deeply into the annals of Italian football history. Established in 1906, Torino has its roots in Turin, the first capital city of modern Italy.

Torino had their golden years in the 1940s, termed 'Il Grande Torino,' with an exemplary team that won five Serie A titles in a row. However, the Superga air disaster in 1949, which resulted in the tragic demise of a majority of their player lineup, was a devastating blow.

Despite such a catastrophic event, Torino showed incredible resilience. They managed to carry on and rebuild the team from scratch over the years. Torino has won seven Coppa Italia titles, with the most recent one dating back to the 1992-93 season.

Fiorentina and Torino: A Continuing Legacy

Down the years, both teams have cultivated the knack of producing high quality, talented players. The likes of Gabriel Batistuta and Gianluigi Buffon for Fiorentina and Torino respectively, owe their early development to these clubs. Moreover, these teams have also boasted of some highly reputed managers, such as Marcello Lippi and Emiliano Mondonico, who have crafted tactics and strategies, ensuring the teams' competitiveness in the highly contested Serie A.

The Road Ahead

In spite of not being a part of the Italian 'big clubs,' Fiorentina and Torino carry with them a rich history and tradition that runs deep. Their journey has been marked by challenges, resilience, triumph, and adversity. In the face of an ever-evolving football world, these clubs have displayed enduring charm and commitment, encapsulating the very spirit of the sport.

As of now, they continue to fiercely compete in Serie A, fostering new talents and striving for excellence. The story of Fiorentina and Torino underscores the fact that football is not just about winning at the highest level - it's about maintaining the heritage, nurturing talent, overcoming obstacles and, most importantly, embodying the spirit of the sport.