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Yeovil vs Wrexham

Calender 13th August
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Football icon Wrexham To Win
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I really think Yeovil could be in a relegation battle this season and nothing I saw in the live game against Scunthorpe last week changed my mind. They were hardly in the game at all and were slightly fortunate to even score 1 given their xG was just 0.64. Scunthorpe’s 2nd goal was a defensive disaster as Yeovil’s defence and midfield just allowed Jacob Butterfield to run and run from just inside his own half as they backed off him until he reached the penalty box and he got a shot away and scored. It was literally as if they just let him have an open invitation to score a goal If they defend in a similar way against Wrexham then the Welsh side’s attackers should have a field day.

They surprisingly made hard work of beating Eastleigh last week, but Eastleigh’s goal came via a bad goalkeeping error and after that it was pretty much all Wrexham. They had 20 shots for an xG of 2.14, they had 67.8% possession and most impressively they had an accuracy rate of 85% from the 481 passes they attempted during the game.

Take out the keeping error and they win easily and they really ought to do the same on Saturday. The price just to win is big enough for me and if this game was taking place later in the season it would be a lot shorter in my view.

Monza vs Torino

Calender 13th August
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Football icon Monza To Win Or Draw
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Serie A survival is often the primary objective of newly promoted teams, but not for the ambitions of Monza owner Silvio Berlusconi. Who has invested heavily in new recruits Alessio Cragno (Cagliari), Stefano Sensi (Inter), Matteo Pessina (Atalanta), Gianluca Caprari (Hellas Verona) and more.

Bringing a wealth of top flight experience and a significant increase in quality at the Lombardia based club. Caprari contributed to the most open play sequences that resulted in a goal during 2021/22.

Therefore, conditions look perfect for a winning, maybe stunning, start to the campaign when the two sides step out at the Stadio Brianteo on Saturday night.

Visitors Torino have won only one of their last six opening day fixtures and the Biancorossi achieved an impressive 19 home wins in Serie B last term. A second tier record. The Granata may take confidence from ending the previous campaign unbeaten in their last five away matches, but are now missing key components of that side.

Former captain and top scorer for six of the last seven seasons, Andrea Belotti, left the club in the summer at the end of his contract with the Turin club and they also lost defensive rock Gleison Bremer to city neighbours Juventus recently.

Although a 3-0 win over Palermo in the Coppa Italia last weekend suggests that those departures have not dealt Torino a massive blow, a partisan crowd and a club full of confidence will be a different proposition.

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