Our prediction for this Serie A match:
Serie A survival will be at stake when Spezia and Torino face each other in the relegation six-pointer at Stadio Alberto Picco. Spezia did well to hold Sampdoria to a draw in midweek, with the team moving one step closer to securing the survival. Since the Bianconeri should be happy with one point from Saturday’s match, we are positive that they will adopt a cautious approach this time out. Matteo Ricci returns from suspension, while Titas Krapikas is sidelined through injury.
Il Toro, on the other hand, aim to bounce back from an embarrassing 7-0 loss to Ibrahimovic-less Milan. The visitors are four points clear of the relegation zone ahead of Matchday 37, meaning that share of spoils should suit them as well. Nicolas N’Koulou returns to contention after serving his ban in the midweek clash, whereas both Izzo and Murro remain in the recovery room.
Highlighted Player (Luca Mora):
Luca Mora began his senior career at Castellarano (2007-2009) and in 2009 he moved to fellow lower-league club Crociati Noceto. Two years later he signed for Pro Patria and after making 32 appearances in the league for the club, Mora joined Alessandria.
The Italian midfielder, who was born in Parma on May 10, 1988, quickly established himself as a first team regular at the club and you should know that he scored six goals in 86 appearances in the league for L’ Orso. In 2015 he moved to SPAL and he has been playing for the Biancazzurri ever since.
Luca Mora scored seven goals, while providing three assists for his team mates in 35 appearances for SPAL in the 2016/2017 season. Mora’s main position is central midfield, but he plays as a left midfielder as well. His contract with SPAL, who will compete in the Serie A in the 2017/2018 season, expires on June 30, 2020.
Highlighted Team (Torino):
Torino Football Club is an Italian football club from Turin. The club was founded in 1906 as the result of a fusion between different football clubs. Because of different financial trouble the club is named FC Torino in 2005.
Torino FC is hosting their games in Stadio Grande Torino which holds a capacity of 28 000.
The biggest rival of Torino FC is Juventus which is one of the biggest clubs in the world however Torino FC holds more fans in Turin than their bigger brother Juventus. Torino FC has a big football history as well. During the glory times of the club Torino won the Serie A 7 times and the Coppa Italia 5 times.
Known nicknames for Torino FC are Granata and Toro. The most famous players that have a Torino FC history are: Hakan Sukur, Kieft, Maldini, Falcone and Baron.