03 Feb 09:59
Full Time Result -> Torino at odds 2.15
stalemate could be on the cards when Serie A (SA) draw kings Torino (nine of 21) travel to Spal, who have drawn their last five league home games.The hosts are winless in eight home league games (D5, L3) and only three sides have won fewer SA home points than Spal (11) this season. That’s largely due to their poor scoring record that has seen them score just nine goals - the joint-third lowest home tally in SA.The win over Parma in the last round was Spal’s lone victory in 12 SA games (W1, D6, L5). Only four sides have scored fewer league goals than Spal this season, who have scored multiple goals in just five of their 21 SA games.Torino remain just five points behind the top four, and have lost just thrice in their last 15 league matches (W6, D6, L3). They have the fifth-best defensive record (22 conceded), conceding multiple goals in just six of their 21 league games.On the road, Torino’s loss at Roma (3-2) remains their only away reverse this SA season (W2, D8, L1), while their tally of eight away draws is the highest in Europe’s top five leagues.Players to watch: Manuel Lazzari (SPA) has six assists in his last ten SA games, while Cristian Ansaldi (TOR) has a goal and an assist in his last two league matches.Stat attack: Seven of the last ten SA H2H matches saw under 1.5 match goals.