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Genoa vs Lazio prediction 2024-04-19

Genoa
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2024-04-19
Winner
Genoa
Lazio
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Probability of win
Genoa — 46.4%
Draw — 26.6%
Lazio — 27%
Our Prediction
Winner: Genoa;
BET
Both to score
Yes
48.68%
No
51.33%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
44.3%
23.2%
55.7%
76.8%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Genoa
76%
41.8%
24%
58.2%
Lazio
64%
27.2%
36%
72.8%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
8.6%
8.8%
4.5%
1.5%
0.4%
12.3%
12.6%
6.4%
2.2%
0.6%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
8.8%
9%
4.6%
1.6%
0.4%
4.2%
4.3%
2.2%
0.7%
0.2%
Genoa Lazio
Games 31 32
Wins 9 15
Losses 11 13
Draws 11 4
Goals 34 41
Goals per game 1.1 1.3
Conceded per game 1.2 1.1
Attacks 87.9 105.3
Corners per game 4.1 5.3
Yellow cards per game 2.3 2.6
Fouls per game 11.7 11.9
Latest matches
Score
2024-03-30
Team Logo Team Logo
Genoa
Frosinone
1
1
2024-03-09
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Genoa
Monza
2
3
2024-02-24
Team Logo Team Logo
Genoa
Udinese
2
0
2024-02-11
Team Logo Team Logo
Genoa
Atalanta
1
4
2024-01-28
Team Logo Team Logo
Genoa
Lecce
0
0
2024-04-06
Team Logo Team Logo
Roma
Lazio
1
0
2024-03-16
Team Logo Team Logo
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
Genoa
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A. Gudmundsson (12)
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M. Retegui (6)
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R. Malinovskiy (3)
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C. Ekuban (3)
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M. Bani (2)
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R. Drăgușin (2)
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J. Messias (1)
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M. Thorsby (1)
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M. Frendrup (1)
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J. Vásquez Ibarra (1)
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V. Carvalho Oliveira (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
Genoa
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M. Frendrup
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A. Gudmundsson
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M. Badelj
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K. Strootman
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M. Retegui
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K. De Winter
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R. Drăgușin
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R. Haps
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R. Malinovskiy
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M. Thorsby
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C. Ekuban
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 Genoa Lazio
Number of matches 380 31 32
Average win rate (%) 36.4 29 46.9
Goals per match 2.6 1.1 1.3
Yellow per match 4.6 2.3 2.5
Corners per match 9.7 4.1 5.3
Home goals per match 1.4 1.3 1.2
Away goals per match 1.2 0.9 1.4
Player rating 6.8 6.7 6.9

Tracing the Storied History of Genoa and Lazio Soccer Teams

Beyond the oomph, thrill, and clash of colors that erupts whenever soccer teams Genoa and Lazio lock horns on the Italian soccer fields, there lies a rich, undiluted history worth exploring. This deep dive into the origins and evolution of these iconic teams will fascinate every die-hard fan and neutral observer.

The Genesis of Genoa

The Genoa Cricket and Football Club, commonly referred to as Genoa, is one of the oldest professional Italian football clubs. Established on September 7, 1893, by British expatriates, it carries a British legacy, which explains why the team's crest bears the St. George's cross, a symbol of the city of Genoa.

In the course of its long history, Genoa has amassed numerous accolades. The club won its first Italian Football Championship in 1898 and successfully defended it for the subsequent three years. In total, Genoa has won 9 Serie A titles. Arguably, its finest hour came in 1915, when the team won the championship without conceding a single defeat!

Unveiling Lazio

The Società Sportiva Lazio, universally known as Lazio, was founded on January 9, 1900. The Romans, as they are fondly known, are not merely a soccer team but a sports club that participates in over 40 different sports, rendering them a crucial facet of the European sporting diaspora.

On the soccer front, Lazio has won Serie A twice, in 1974 and 2000. Notably, the turn of the millennium marked a golden period for the Romans, as they took home the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and the UEFA Super Cup in 1999. This era under Manager Sven-Göran Eriksson is fondly remembered as the zenith of Lazio's achievements.

Tales from the Turf: Famous Encounters

The many on-field slugfests between Genoa and Lazio have further colored their stories. Their first Serie A meeting occurred on October 6, 1929, with Genoa emerging 3-1 winners. Since then, there have been many memorable battles, with both teams boasting equally passionate fan bases.

A Look Into the Future

As Genoa and Lazio continue to write the chapters of their respective histories, the anticipation never ceases. Both teams boast fervent supporters, not only in Italy but worldwide, eager for every roll of the ball, every kick at the goal, and every triumphant cheer. Their past reflects vibrant, intricate journeys, each with its triumphs, trials, and tribulations, each as captivating and passionate as the sport itself.

In Summary

Through the corridors of time, the soccer teams Genoa and Lazio have woven rich tapestries of footballing adventure and passion. Their legends, etched in the annals of Italian football, not merely signify their presence as sporting entities but underscore the profound impact they have had on Italian and global soccer culture.