Our prediction for this Serie B match:
Trapani and Frosinone face each other in a David-vs-Goliath clash at Stadio Polisportivo Provinciale. Trapani’s main goal is to secure the Serie B survival, while Frosinone are eyeing automatic promotion to the Serie A. I Granata will be without Carnesecchi, Del Prete, Jakimovski, and Moscati (all injured) in Saturday’s football match, and, to make things even worse for the hosts, the game will be played behind closed doors.
The promotion-chasing side, on the other hand, suffered a 2-0 loss to Cremonese before the coronavirus break, meaning that they are eager to pick up all three points from Saturday’s clash. Even though Ardemagni, Ciano, Gori, and Tabanellia remain in the recovery room, we are tempted to put our money on the visitors. You should bear in mind that in each of their last three meetings in the Italian second tier Frosinone defeated Trapani.
Highlighted Player (Marcus Rohden):
Marcus Rohden is a Sweden international who plays for Serie A side Crotone as a midfielder. Rohden started his football career at the youth team of Hossna IF and in 2007 he moved to IF Elfsborg. The Swede continued playing for the team at senior level and he scored 23 goals in 120 appearances in the league for Di Gule.
Marcus Rohden moved to Italy in 2016, signing a deal with Crotone and it has to be noted that he scored one goal, while providing four assists for his teammates in 34 appearances for the club in the 2016/2017 Serie A campaign.
He made his debut for the Swedish national football team on January 15, 2015 in a 2-0 win over Ivory Coast and he scored on his debut. He was born in Varnamo (Sweden) on May 11, 1991 and his main position is defensive midfield. Marcus Rohden can play as both central midfielder and right midfielder as well if needed.
Highlighted Team (Frosinone):
Back in 1912 Frosinone were founded as Unione Sportiva Frusinate and it has to be noted that the colors of the team were originally red and blue. They were later changed to the current yellow and blue and the Canarini have been wearing those kits ever since. Frosinone made their first ever appearance in the Serie A in the 2015/2016 season, but they failed to secure the promotion.
The Canarini finished the season in 19th place in the standings, eight points behind Udinese, who eventually avoided relegation to Serie B. However, two years later Frosinone returned to the Italian top flight as they defeated Palermo 3-2 on aggregate in the play-offs final.
The club play their home games at Stadio Benito Stirpe, the stadium that was opened in 2017. The venue can hold 16,227 spectators and it is owned by the Municipality of Frosinone. The construction cost €20 million.