Up for grabs are important points for the upper areas of the standings: Griffon is a slight favorite according to the bookmakers
Como to continue dreaming of the playoff area, Genoa to consolidate second place and at the same time bring Frosinone closer and keep Bari third at a distance. At the Sinigaglia stadium, the teams of Moreno Longo and Alberto Gilardino are ready to challenge each other on the 32nd day of the Serie B championship in the match scheduled for Monday 10 April at 15.00.
Como arrives at the match after the knockout suffered in Venice which slowed down the unbeaten run of Longo’s team which had lasted for seven games (W3, L4). Genoa, on the other hand, narrowly beat Reggina for the fourth consecutive useful result. At home, Como collected 25 points out of 45 available and hasn’t suffered a knockout since last February (Como – Frosinone 0-2). In the last three away games, Genoa has achieved one success and only two draws but only against Cagliari have they remained without goals. For this reason, an interesting play is the one that refers to Multigol 1-2 which is worth 1.88 for Snai, 1.90 on the Sisal blackboard, and 1.94 for Planetwin365.
Fairly balanced odds for the main betting sites which, however, see Genoa as the favorite for success. A victory for Gilardino’s team, which would be the fifth in a row, starts from 2.15 for PokerStars, 2.16 for Nobibet and 2.22 for StarCasinò Bet and Betway. Values that rise instead for the X and the 1. The draw, a result that occurred in the first leg, ranges from 3.29 of Net Bet and Sportbet up to 3.35 of Planetwin365. A victory by the hosts of Como rises up to 3.41 for DaznBet and brings GoldBet, Sisal and Better together at 3.50.
Como conceded three goals in their last league match (Venezia-Como 3-2), but kept clean sheets in their last two home matches. Genoa haven’t conceded a goal in six consecutive games and for this reason Sinigaglia’s challenge could lean towards the No Goal which is worth 1.80 for Snai, Betfair and Planetwin365. The odds referring to the Goal laid 1.96 by LeoVegas and 2.00 by bet365 and Betfair are slightly higher. In the same way, the bookies all agree on betting on an Under 2.5 game with bet365, GoldBet, Sisal, Snai and Better setting the value of the odds at 1.60. The Over 2.5 instead rises from 2.18 of DaznBet, to 2.20 of PokerStars and Better, up to 2.32 of LeoVegas.
At home Como Alessandro Gabrielloni has the chance to surpass his record for goals in a championship. The player equaled his previous record against Venice by scoring his fourth goal of the season. A goal by him in the match against Genoa is worth 4.33 for bet365 and 4.50 for Snai. In the rossoblù house, Massimo Coda also has an important goal to achieve. In fact, with one goal the attacker would go into double figures for the third consecutive season and has already scored three goals against Como. Even the bookmakers bet on him: his signing in the 90 minutes is worth 2.75 for Snai and Sisal.
STATISTICS AND BACKGROUND
Como and Genoa are back to face each other this season after 18 years. In the first leg in Marassi it finished 1-1 with goals from Coda on one side and Cerri on the other. The last time the two teams drew both matches in the championship dates back to the 1971/1972 season, again in Serie B. In total, there are 28 precedents with the balance smiling at Genoa who totaled ten victories; eleven were the draws and seven were the successes of Como. However, Longo’s team can rely on one important fact: at home they have lost only two matches against the rossoblùs, the last of which dates back to 2004. At the Sinigaglia clash at the antipodes with Como who are the team to have conceded the most goals from distance throughout the championship (8) and Genoa which instead is together with Ascoli the team that has conceded the fewest (1).
April 9, 2023 (change April 9, 2023 | 12:47)
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