Our prediction for this Serie B match:
All eyes will be on Stadio Alberto Picco when Spezia and Empoli face each other on Matchday 29. Both sides are eyeing promotion to the Serie A, and we are positive that both teams will go for a win in Friday’s football game. Bastoni and Reinhart are sidelined with injury, but there are no suspended players in the home team. Empoli, on the other hand, are eyeing their fourth consecutive win on the road in the Italian second tier.
The Gli Azzurri are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against Spezia, and we predict that they will take advantage of the fact that there will be no spectators at Stadio Alberto Picco. The likes of Gazzola, Maietta, Pinna, and Romagnoli are out of contention with injury, but head coach Pasquale Marino can count on key players for Friday’s showdown.
Highlighted Player (Jacopo Dezi ):
Born in Atri, Italy on February 10, 1992, Jacopo Dezi is a midfielder who plays for Parma in Serie A. Dezi started his youth career at Giulianova and he continued playing for the Stadio Rubens Fadini outfit at senior level. In 2010 he moved to famous Italian club Napoli, but he eventually failed to make his debut for the Partenopei in the Italian elite division.
After spending several seasons on loan at Barletta, Crotone, Bari and Perugia, Jacopo Dezi signed a loan deal with Parma in the 2017/2018 season. The Italian footballer eventually signed a permanent contract with Parma, where he established himself as a first-team regular.
Dezi scored one goal in 35 appearances for the Gialloblu in the 2017/2018 Serie B campaign, helping the club secure promotion to the Italian top flight. Jacopo, who wears No. 33 jersey at Parma, has three caps for Italy U21 team, but he has yet to make his debut with the senior team.
Highlighted Team (Empoli):
Empoli FC (Empoli Football Club 1920 SpA) is an Italian football club founded in 1920 and is currently active in the Italian Serie A.
The club is playing in the Serie A since 2014/2015 and hosts its home games in the Stadio Carlo Castellani which holds a capacity of 19 847 seats. The home colors of Empoli FC are blue and white. The Empoli Ultra’s are called Rangers 1976 and are feared in Italy.
Empoli FC didn’t win any major prizes in the clubs history. The clubs biggest achievement in the history was in 2004/2005 where the club finished first in the Serie B (the second highest football division). Because of a matchfixing scandal the title was given away to Genoa CFC. Empoli FC played in the UEFA Cup once in season 2007/2008 but got knocked out in the first round by FC Zurich.
The are several famous players that played for Empoli FC like Birindelli, Bresciano, Di Natale and Luca Toni.