Roma finally found a rythm in 2014. They began the year poorly after losing away at Juventus 3-0. A win in the Cup against Sampdoria followed (1-0) but it was a game in which Roma haven’t impressed. Last round Roma finally unleashed the beast within and destroyed Genoa 4-0 on home ground.
The game was totally one sided and Genoa could not even approach Roma’s penalty box (no shot on target for Genoa). It is true that at one point Genoa played in 10 (got a red in min 60) but Roma were already leading 4-0 by that time. It finished with the same score as nobody felt like playing anymore…
Belgian midfielder Nainggolan played his 2nd official game after transferring from Cagliari and most probably will start again as his performance was impressive.
Offensive player Florenzi should also start from the 1st minute after he managed to score an amazing goal against Genoa.
Seeing that Livorno were getting closer and closer to Serie B a change of coach was bound to happen. Attilio Perotti is the new guy in charge, a coach with more experience with youths than professionals.
Livorno may be extra motivated, as it often happens when players change coach, but still those entering the field will be the same and their value won’t increase over night.
Roma are able to once again trash their opponents regardless the new coach factor. Roma -2 (with money back if they win just by 2 goals) at evens from Bet365 is one of the best bets in Serie A this round.
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