Atalanta vs AS Roma: Match preview

new typeFootballPosted on December 20,2020

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Bergamo will play host to Roma in the Italian Serie A on 20.12.2020. The game will start at 18:00. The venue for the match on Sunday is Atleti Azzurri d’Italia. This means that the current 9th in the table is playing against the 6th in the table.

Current statistics of Atalanta Bergamo

Atalanta Bergamo won its last game 3:0 against Florenz. The home team has won 14 out of 23 games in the past six months. The home record for the last six months shows eight wins, one draw and three defeats. In the current season, Bergamo won 40% (2 out of 5) of the matches in their own stadium. 1 times it was enough to score one point, while 2 times the guests took all points. After 10 matches in the season, Bergamo has five wins, two draws and three losses.

Coach Gian Piero Gasperini’s team tends to score in the second half-time. Bergamo’s current record shows an average of 3,60 goals per game, of which 2,00 are their own goals and 1,60 are goals scored against them. Previous season, Atalanta Bergamo scored an average of 2,68 goals per home match and conceded 1,37 goals. In front of their own fans, the team’s games mostly finished 0:2, 2:0 or 3:2 last season. The most often final score in their own stadium last season was 3:0, 0:2 or 1:1.

Current statistics of AS Roma

In their last game, Roma won 1:5 against Bologna. The team has been winning 3 out of 6 matches in away stadiums (50%) so far in this season. In the past 6 months, Roma has won fourteen matches, five games ended in a draw and five games were lost. During that period Roma won seven away games while the team lost three games at away stadiums and two matches ended in a tie. Paulo Fonseca’s team scores 2,00 away goals per game this season, mainly after the half-time break. On average, 3,50 goals are scored when Roma plays in foreign stadiums. Last season, Roma finished with an average of 2,16 goals for and 1,26 against in away games. Last last season, away matches most often ended 3:1, 1:2 or 0:2. In the current season, Roma’s away games mostly ended 5:1, 0:4 or 3:1.

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