Our match prediction:
Both teams recorded morale-boosting victories in the previous round of the Serie A and both teams need to start a winning streak of their own. Frosinone have been fighting hard to avoid relegation, and with their triumph over Empoli (2-1) climbed to just three points behind the safe zone. Lazio ended their four-game winless streak against Hellas Verona (5-2), thus reviving their dream of obtaining a European spot. I Biancocelesti have been struggling in front of opposition goal on their travels in recent matches, having failed to net a single goal in their last two away fixtures. The Canarini fans did not have much to cheer about of late, given the fact that their team recorded a single win in their previous seven matches at Stadio Comunale Matusa. Taking under consideration the current form of both teams, we do not predict a lot of fireworks in the forthcoming clash. A hard, low-scoring battle is expected, and we do believe that a share of spoils would be the most appropriate outcome.
Highligted Player (Biglia):
Lucas Rodrigo Biglia is an Argentinian football player born on the 30th of January 1986 in Mercedes. Biglia started his career playing for Argentinos Juniors where he made his debut in the season of 2003/2004. After playing for Independiente and RSC Anderlecht Biglia made the transfer to Lazio Roma, which cost the Italian club around 5 million euro. Biglia became the captain of Lazio Roma in July 2015. Biglia made his debut for the Argentinian national team in February 2011.Biglia played for Argentina in the World Cup 2014 and the Copa America 2015.Biglia is a right-footed defensive midfielder, which is known for his leading role. For the defensive midfielder position he is small being only 178cm, which is one of his weaknesses. Biglia won the Belgian national league 4 times, the Belgian national cup once and became world champion with the Argentinian U20 squad. Nicknames for Biglia are El Principito and Lucky.
Highlighted Team (Lazio Roma):
Lazio are an Italian football club based in Rome. Lazio were founded in 1900 and they compete in the Serie A. The Biancocelesti (The White and Sky Blues) have won two Serie A trophies (1973/1974, 1999/2000), while lifting six Coppa Italia titles. The capital club play their home games at Stadio Olimpico and Roma are regarded as Lazio’s main rivals. The two teams face each other in the Derby della Capitale and it is considered the fiercest inter-city derby in Italy. Lazio won UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1999, with the team beating Mallorca in the title game. The same year they managed to clinch the UEFA Super Cup trophy as they outplayed English giants Manchester United at Stade Louis II, Monaco. The likes of Pavel Nedved, Giuseppe Favalli, Juan Sebastian Veron, Sinisa Mihajlovic, Roberto Mancini, Giuseppe Signori, Miroslav Klose and Simone Inzaghi are notable footballers who played for Lazio in the past.