Our football match prediction:
Both Genoa and Lazio experienced all sorts of problems at the back in their last league games. The Rossoblu were outplayed by Udinese at Dacia Arena (0-3), whilst the Biancocelesti suffered a 3-0 loss to Napoli at their Stadio Olimpico at the weekend. Simone Inzaghi’s charges are eyeing a place in the Europa League and Saturday’s football match against Genoa is of big importance for the visitors. Seeing that the hosts have been struggling at the back of late, we predict that the capital club will return to winning ways on Matchday 32. The Rossoblu obviously suffered a dip in form, Andrea Mandorlini’s men are on a four-game losing run in the league and they scored their last goal in the league in a 2-0 win over Empoli on March 5. The hosts head into the game with the lack of confidence and, taking everything into account, away win appears on the horizon.
Highlighted Player (Nicolas Burdisso):
Nicolas Burdisso is an Argentine defender who plays for Italian side Genoa. Burdisso began his senior career at Boca Juniors and he made 102 league appearances for the Argentine giants between 1999 and 2004. The 183-cm-tall footballer then moved to Europe as he signed a four-year contract with Inter in 2004. However, he missed a number of matches in the 2004/2005 Serie A campaign as his daughter was fighting leukaemia. Burdisso played 93 league games for the Nerazzurri and he won four Serie A trophies with the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza outfit. In 2009he joined fellow Serie A club Roma on loan and on 28 August, 2010 he signed a permanent deal with the capital club. Nicolas Burdisso helped Argentina win the 2001 FIFA U20 World Cup and he was part of Argentina’s squad that won the 2004 Summer Olympics. His younger brother Guillermo Burdisso used to play for Roma in the past. Nicolas holds both Italian and Argentine passports.
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.