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Bet Atalanta to Beat Sassuolo in High-Scoring Affair

One of Serie A’s form sides, Atalanta, hosts relegation-threatened Sassuolo at Gewiss Stadium, seeking a fifth straight league win. Check out our Serie A best soccer bets for Saturday.

 

Bet Atalanta to Beat Sassuolo in High-Scoring Affair
Bet Atalanta to Beat Sassuolo in High-Scoring Affair

Atalanta vs Sassuolo Match Information

  1. Match: Atalanta (13-3-7) vs Sassuolo (5-5-13)
  2. Location: Gewiss Stadium, Bergamo, Italy
  3. Day/Time: Saturday, Feb. 17, 2:45 a.m. ET
  4. Atalanta vs Sassuolo Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

Atalanta will be aiming to extend their winning run in the Serie A to five games when they take on Sassuolo in the Serie A round 25.

Atalanta has been scoring goals for fun of late and we are positive that they will adopt yet another attack-minded approach against Sassuolo. The good news for the hosts is that Nigerian forward Ademola Lookman is back from international duty

The visitors, on the other hand, failed to win the previous four league matches. As Sassuolo is on a four-game losing run in the Italian top flight there’s no way we will back them here.

The hosts are huge favorites at our sportsbook with -295 odds to win the match.

You can watch the Atalanta vs Sassuolo game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV this Saturday, Feb. 17, at 2:45 pm.

Atalanta vs Sassuolo Odds and Spreads

Atalanta vs Sassuolo Prediction

Atalanta 3, Sassuolo 1

  1. Sassuolo’s 1-1 draw with Torino over the weekend extended their winless run in Italy’s top flight to four consecutive matches, losing three.
  2. The visitors earned just eight points from their 12 away league fixtures this term, conceding 26 goals, the second-most in the league.
  3. Atalanta has received just 44 yellow cards in Serie A this season – the second-fewest in the competition.
  4. Sassuolo begins this matchday just one point above the bottom three and is bidding to avoid a first-ever Serie A relegation.
  5. Atalanta sits in the fourth spot, with five wins in succession across all competitions as part of a streak that has seen them lose just once in 12.
  6. Only current leaders Inter Milan and third-placed AC Milan have scored more goals than Atalanta.
  7. Atalanta won the reverse fixture 2-0 on the road with two late goals.
  8. The hosts managed to knock out Sassuolo from the Italian Cup back in January, beating them 3-1.

 

Atalanta vs Sassuolo Over/Under Pick: Over 3, 3½ (Ev)

Atalanta has been in top form for the last few months, and Genoa, Lazio, Udinese, and Milan felt that. In the last nine matches, Atalanta won eight times and now sits fourth in the table, which brings placement in the Champions League.

They scored 14 goals in their previous four games and they have the weapons to cover the total on their own. But we also expect them to concede at least one goal for our bet to be an easy winner. If you’re betting online, you should go for the overs.

Atalanta vs Sassuolo Player Prop Pick: Charles De Ketelaere Anytime Goal Scorer (+150)

Atalanta’s Charles De Ketelaere took his tally to 10 goals across all competitions last time out, with his side winning all eight matches in which he’s scored this campaign. On top of that, he scored also in the reverse fixture.

If you love soccer player props, he is the player to watch and bet on.

Atalanta vs Sassuolo Best Game Prop: Atalanta and Total Over 2½ (-135)

Atalanta should live up to their favorite tag by securing a comfortable victory over Sassuolo to record their fifth on the trot in Serie A and seventh consecutive triumph at Gewiss Stadium.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Who could score for Sassuolo against Atalanta?


Sassuolo’s Andrea Pinamonti netted over the weekend for his side, whilst five of his eight Serie A strikes this term have come as match openers.

When will Domenico Berardi return from injury?


Due to a knee injury, Domenico Berardi will miss all matches until the beginning of March.

 

The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

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