Our football match prediction:
Sampdoria produced a fine display in Sunday’s football game against Fiorentina and they were on the verge of beating the Viola at their Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris. However, Babacar scored a late equalizer for the visitors and La Samp eventually dropped two points in the clash against Paulo Sousa’s men. However, Sampdoria have been in a fine form in the second half of the season and, as a result, they sit in the top half of the standings ahead of the trip to Reggio Emilia. Sassuolo did well to hold Atalanta to a 1-1 draw at the weekend and they are on the right track to secure the Serie A survival. It seem as both teams would be happy with one point from Saturday’s match at MAPEI Stadium – Citta del Tricolore and we predict that they will share the spoils on day 32. Sassuolo and Sampdoria played out a goalless draw in Reggio Emilia last season.
Highlighted Player (Francesco Magnanelli):
Francesco Magnanelli is a Sassuolo midfielder, who was born on 12 November, 1984. His main position is defensive midfield, but he plays as a central midfielder as well. Magnanelli began his senior career at Gubbio and he played for the club in lower leagues from 2000 to 2002. He was part of Chievo during the 2002/2003 season, but he did not see any game action during his spelt with the Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi outfit. The Italian footballer joined Fiorentina in 2003 and he moved to Sangiovannesse one year later. After making seven league appearances for the club, Francesco Magnanelli made probably the best decision of his career when he signed a contract with Sassuolo in June 2015. He has been playing for the Neroverdi on regular basis and he scored one goal in 34 appearances for the club in the 2015/2016 Serie A campaign. His contract with Sassuolo expires on 30 June, 2017.
Highlighted Team (Sampdoria):
Sampdoria is an Italian football club from Genoa which is currently playing in the highest Italian football division: the Serie A. The club colours of Sampdoria are blue and white and is known under the nickname Blucerchiati. Sampdoria host it’s home games in the Stadio Luigi Ferraris which is located in Genua. Interesting detail is that their biggest city rival Genoa is playing their home games in Stadio Luigi Ferraris as well.In the past Samdporia was playing in the Serie B and Serie A on and off. After the big successes in the end of the eighties the club became a stable team in the Serie A. Sampdoria managed to win the Scudetto once in 1991, the Coppa Italia 4 times in 1985, 1988, 1989 and 1994 and the Europe Cup II in 1990.There are a lot of important players in football history that played for Sampdoria such as: Seedorf, Gullit, Mancini, Poli, Vieri, Zenga, Falcone, Karembeu, Vialli, Klinsmann and Veron.