Our prediction for this Serie A match:
Roma will be aiming to make amends to a 2-1 loss to Milan when they take on Chievo at their Stadio Olimpico. The Romans were more than unfortunate not to grab something from the Milan clash as the Rossoneri scored the winner in the stoppage time, but the Giallorossi should now focus on Sunday’s match against Chievo. It is well known that Roma have turned their Stadio Olimpico into a real fortress and seeing that the Mussi Volanti experienced all sorts of problems at the back in a 6-1 loss to Fiorentina, we believe that there is a big value in betting on the hosts. In their last meeting in the “eternal city” Roma crushed Chievo 4-1 and we predict that the history is going to repeat itself. As always, Bosnia international Edin Dzeko will lead the line for the capital club.
Highlighted Player (Justin Kluivert):
The son of the famous Patrick Kluivert, Justin, started his career at the same club as his father, AFC Ajax, alongside his brother Quincy Kluivert, who is currently without club. His second brother Ruben is also a football player at FC Utrecht. Justin Kluivert is following the footsteps of his famous father.
He made his first appearance for Jong Ajax in Eerste Divisie on September 2016 and four months later, in January 2017, he appeared in Ajax senior squad against PEC Zwolle. Soon after that, Kluivert netted his first goal against Excelsior, on 19th March 2017, ten years and one day after his father’s last career goal.
During his spell at Ajax, the left-winger, who can also play on the right flank, recorded 44 appearances, with 12 goals and 9 assists on his tally in the Eredivisie. Serie A giants Roma signed the Dutch teenager for a fee of €17.2 million on July 1st 2018. He made his debut for the Netherlands national team on 26th March 2018.
Highlighted Team (Chievo Verona):
Associazione Calcio Chievo Verona shortly Chievo Verona is an Italian football club founded in 1929 and is currently active in the Serie A. The club is hosting it’s games in the Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi which holds a capacity for 42 000 football fans. Chievo Verona shares the stadium with their city rivals Hellas Verona.
After a couple of years playing in the Serie B the club from Verona managed to reach the Serie A in 2009/2010. Since the club is active in the Serie A the best performance was in the season 2011/2012 where Chievo Verona was able to end 10th on the Serie A table.
Chievo Verona never managed to reach the group stage in a European top league. In the past Chievo got knocked out several times in the UEFA cup qualifiers and one time in the Champions League qualification stage. Known players that wore the Chievo Verona kit in their career are: Amauri, Brighi, Perrotta and Barzagli.