Our prediction for this Serie A match:
Udinese ended Milan’s winning run thanks to a first-half opener by former Rossoneri defender, Pablo Armero. This was a third consecutive draw for Stadio Friuli outfit, who are on a six-game winless streak. Stefano Colantuono’s toothless attack scored less than a goal per game in the spell, and if something does not change, the Zebrette could easily become a candidate for the Serie B. Bologna have been blowing hot and cold recently, they failed to emerge victorious against ten-man Fiorentina last weekend (1-1). But, when it comes to their away performances, i Rossoblu managed to win five of their last seven fixtures on the road with four clean sheets in the spell. Roberto Donadoni’s side recorded back-to-back triumphs against the Bianconeri and Friuliani, and wouldn’t mind if they increased their victory streak. Taking under consideration the current form of both teams, a close victory for the visitors seems as the most suitable prediction.
Highlighted Team (Udinese):
Udinese Calcio was founded in 1986 as a part of the Societa Udinesedi Ginnastica. Until the season 1929 the club from Udine was playing in the regional divisions of Italy. In the year 1929 the club was allowed to participate in the Serie B (second highest Italian football division). In 1950 Udinese managed to reach the Serie A. After 5 years the club got downgraded back to the Serie A. After a hectic period Udinese managed to stay in the Serie A since 1995. The best performance of Udinese was in the season 1954/1955 where the club from Udine managed to end second on the table.
The only prizes that Udinese won are the Serie B title, Serie C title and the UEFA Intertoto Cup. Currently Udinese is playing their games in the Stadio Friuli. The most known nicknames for the club are Bianconeri and Zebrette.
Some very known players have ever played for Udinese such as: Bierhoff, Amoroso, Di Natale, Alexis SAnhez and Dino Zoff.