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Roma vs Lazio prediction 2024-04-06

Roma
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2024-04-06
Winner
Roma
Lazio
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Probability of win
Roma — 57%
Draw — 22.8%
Lazio — 20.2%
Our Prediction
Winner: Roma;
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The ground at Stadio Olimpico will shake when AS Roma and Lazio lock horns in the Derby della Capitale on Saturday afternoon. The Romans dropped two points in a goalless draw with Lecce, but they are still in the race for a spot in the Champions League. The good news for the nominal hosts is that midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini is back from suspension, while fit-again attacker Paulo Dybala should be recalled to the starting XI.

The Biancocelesti, on the other hand, did well to beat Frosinone and Juventus in the previous two league matches. Lazio and Roma seem to be evenly matched ahead of the Rome derby and, taking everything into account, there is a big value in betting on draw.

Prediction: 1-1 (Draw)

Expert: Footballpredictions-website

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Both to score
Yes
52.6%
No
47.4%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
53.3%
31%
46.7%
69%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Roma
83.9%
54.4%
16.1%
45.6%
Lazio
62.7%
25.9%
37.3%
74.1%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
6%
5.9%
2.9%
1%
0.2%
11%
10.8%
5.3%
1.8%
0.4%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
10%
9.9%
4.9%
1.6%
0.4%
6.1%
6%
3%
1%
0.2%
Roma Lazio
Games 31 32
Wins 16 15
Losses 8 13
Draws 7 4
Goals 56 41
Goals per game 1.8 1.3
Conceded per game 1.1 1.1
Attacks 95.3 105.3
Corners per game 4.1 5.3
Yellow cards per game 2.7 2.6
Fouls per game 12.6 11.9
Latest matches
Score
2024-04-06
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Roma
Lazio
1
0
2024-03-17
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Roma
Sassuolo
1
0
2024-03-07
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Roma
Brighton & Hove Albion
4
0
2024-04-06
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Roma
Lazio
1
0
2024-03-16
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Frosinone
Lazio
2
3
2024-03-05
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FC Bayern München
Lazio
3
0
Serie A
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Inter 31 26 4 1 75:15 82
Milan 31 21 5 5 60:34 68
Juventus 32 18 9 5 45:24 63
Bologna 32 16 11 5 45:25 59
Roma 31 16 7 8 56:35 55
Atalanta 30 15 5 10 55:34 50
Lazio 32 15 4 13 41:35 49
Napoli 31 13 9 9 48:38 48
Torino 32 11 12 9 31:29 45
Monza 32 11 10 11 34:41 43
Fiorentina 30 12 7 11 42:35 43
Genoa 31 9 11 11 34:38 38
Lecce 32 7 11 14 27:48 32
Cagliari 31 7 9 15 32:52 30
Udinese 31 4 16 11 30:47 28
Empoli 32 7 7 18 25:48 28
Hellas Verona 31 6 9 16 28:42 27
Frosinone 31 6 8 17 38:61 26
Sassuolo 31 6 7 18 36:59 25
Salernitana 32 2 9 21 26:68 15
Top scorers
Roma
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P. Exequiel Dybala (12)
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R. Lukaku Menama (10)
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L. Pellegrini (7)
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G. Mancini (4)
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H. Aouar (3)
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S. El Shaarawy (3)
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L. Paredes (3)
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B. Cristante (2)
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S. Azmoun (2)
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D. Huijsen (2)
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R. Luz Sanches (1)
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L. Spinazzola (1)
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R. Kristensen (1)
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D. Llorente Ríos (1)
Lazio
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C. Immobile (6)
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F. Anderson Pereira Gomes (5)
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L. Romero Alconchel (4)
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M. Vecino Falero (4)
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M. Zaccagni (4)
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V. Castellanos Giménez (4)
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G. Isaksen (3)
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M. Guendouzi Olié (2)
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D. Kamada (1)
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P. Rodríguez Ledesma (1)
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P. Gabarrón Gil (1)
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L. Pellegrini (1)
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D. Cataldi (1)
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A. Marušić (1)
Top assists
Roma
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P. Exequiel Dybala
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L. Paredes
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A. Belotti
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B. Cristante
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R. Lukaku Menama
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S. El Shaarawy
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L. Pellegrini
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R. Kristensen
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L. Spinazzola
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E. Bove
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R. Karsdorp
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Evan N'Dicka
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D. Llorente Ríos
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N. Zalewski
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G. Mancini
Lazio
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F. Anderson Pereira Gomes
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L. Romero Alconchel
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V. Castellanos Giménez
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M. Guendouzi Olié
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M. Lazzari
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D. Kamada
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G. Isaksen
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M. Vecino Falero
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C. Immobile
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N. Rovella
Serie A Roma Lazio
Number of matches 380 31 32
Average win rate (%) 36.4 51.6 46.9
Goals per match 2.6 1.8 1.3
Yellow per match 4.6 2.7 2.5
Corners per match 9.7 4.1 5.3
Home goals per match 1.4 2.2 1.2
Away goals per match 1.2 1.4 1.4
Player rating 6.8 6.9 6.9

The Eternal Derby: Soccer Teams Roma and Lazio

Football is not only a sport but also a defining feature of culture and identity. No teams better encapsulate this than A.S. Roma and S.S. Lazio, eminent names from Italy's capital, known for a vibrant rivalry that brings the city to a standstill. This article will traverse the interesting histories and defining moments of these two football giants.

Fabric of Rome: A.S. Roma's Journey

Founded in 1927 by a merger of three clubs - Roman FC, SS Alba-Audace and Fortitudo-Pro Roma SGS, Associazione Sportiva Roma was born out of an endeavour to establish Rome on the Italian football map. Home to the iconic Stadio Olimpico, A.S. Roma, represented by their symbolic wolf and Romulus and Remus crest, quickly seeped into the societal fabric and etched a place in the hearts of the city denizens.

Marked by periods of success blended with those of struggle, A.S. Roma's history is nothing short of a roller-coaster ride. Among the most noteworthy epochs is their first Serie A title in 1942 under the guidance of legendary coach, Alfréd Schaffer. Fast forward to the 80s, under manager Nils Liedholm, the Giallorossi achieved another League title and reached the European Cup final, solidifying their reputation as one of Italy's prominent teams.

Lazio: The Sky Blue Citadel

Società Sportiva Lazio, founded in 1900, predates its cross-town rivals by several decades. Unlike A.S. Roma, Lazio was the product of a group of enthusiastic army officers who, enthralled by English football, decided to bring the sport to Italy. Over the years, Lazio has maintained its distinctive identity, exemplifying dedication and resilience, which is deeply etched into their sky-blue and white stripes.

The 70s marked a golden era for Lazio as they clinched their first-ever Serie A title in the 1973-74 season. Arguably, the turn of the millennium proved even more successful, featuring stellar stalwarts like Pavel Nedved and Alessandro Nesta. Winning their second Scudetto in 2000 and multiple Coppa Italia titles, made the Azzurri a force to reckon with.

An Undying Rivalry: The Rome Derby

The rivalry between A.S. Roma and Lazio, known famously as the Derby della Capitale, is one of the most heated and intense in world football. From the first encounter in 1929, their clashes have produced drama, brilliance, and occasionally, controversy. The rivalry is not just about the 90 minutes on the pitch: it's a clash of identities, histories, and cultures. Each meeting between these two teams symbolizes a battle for sporting supremacy in the Eternal City.

A Shared Future

Despite their impassioned rivalry, A.S. Roma and Lazio share a common goal: to assert Rome's prominence in Italian, European, and indeed, world football. They consistently produce world-class talent and have a rich history decorated with thrilling matches and memorable players. In essence, their shared journey paints a vibrant picture of Roman and Italian football's past, present, and future.

Wrap-Up

Charting the journey of A.S. Roma and S.S. Lazio is like venturing through centuries of Roman history. Their rivalry and achievements are unmistakably influential in shaping the Italian and global football landscape. They are not just football clubs but institutions symbolizing Rome's sporting and cultural pride. Undeniably, their future exploits will continue to add rich chapters to the annals of world football.