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Europe Dream Alive! Torino Chases 9th Place vs Atalanta

UEFA has confirmed that if Fiorentina wins the Conference League and finishes outside the top seven, there will be nine Italian teams in Europe next season, and Torino is fighting for that ninth spot. What are the latest Serie A odds? Click here to find out.

 

Europe Dream Alive! Torino Chases 9th Place vs Atalanta
Duvan Zapata - Matteo Arnoul / NurPhoto / NurPhoto via AFP

Atalanta vs Torino Match Information

  • Match: Atalanta (20-6-10) vs Torino (13-14-10)
  • Location: Gewiss Stadium, Bergamo, Italy
  • Day/Time: Sunday, May 26, 12 p.m. ET
  • Atalanta vs Torino Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

Atalanta vs Torino Odds and Spreads

 

Fresh off the back of winning a trophy for the first time since 1963, Atalanta returns to Serie A action with a home game against Torino on Sunday.

Ademola Lookman stole the show as La Dea produced a stunning performance to earn a thoroughly deserved 3-0 win against unbeaten Bayer Leverkusen in Wednesday night’s Europa League final.

That triumph also means Atlanta will once again take a seat at Europe’s top table next season, irrespective of where they finish in Serie A.

Atalanta is currently occupying the fifth spot in the standings following a 2-1 win at Leece last weekend.

Meanwhile, ninth-placed Torino is on track for a top-half finish following a 3-1 win against AC Milan last Saturday.

Given that the team that finishes in ninth place could potentially qualify for Europe next season, Ivan Juric’s side will desperately seek the three points in the season’s final round.

Torino is the betting favorite at +105 odds. You can watch the game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV on Sunday, May 26th, at 12 p.m. ET.

 

Atalanta vs Torino Betting Tips

  • Atalanta is guaranteed Champions League football, but Torino needs to keep winning if they want to play in Europe.
  • Torino has won its last two Serie A games and scored exactly two goals in four of their last six on the road.
  • Duvan Zapata scored twice against his parent club earlier this season and bagged in Torino’s 3-1 win over AC Milan last weekend.
  • Torino’s last two games have seen both teams score, the last time that happened in three successive Torino league matches was in January 2023.
  • Amid Lookman’s midweek heroics, Gianluca Scamacca provided another assist, making it 12 goal involvements in 10 Atalanta appearances.
  • Atalanta enters this clash with five Serie A wins in a row and they have the third-best attack in the league with 67 goals scored in 36 games.

 

Value Bet Alert! Torino Goes All In

Torino will be focused on the job at hand when they head to Bergamo to face Atalanta in what should be a party atmosphere at Gewiss Stadium on Sunday.

Atalanta boss Gian Piero Gasperini is likely to make some changes to his starting lineup after their Europa League clash in midweek.

 

 

Following last week’s impressive 3-1 win over AC Milan, Torino chief Ivan Juric is expected to name an unchanged starting line-up at the Gewiss Stadium. Torino has everything to fight for, so we will include them in our soccer picks this weekend.

Zapata Revenge Tour! Bet on Him to Haunt Former Club

Duvan Zapata netted the opener in the victory over AC Milan last weekend and we expect him to deliver once again.

 

 

The Colombian dropped down the pecking order at Atalanta last summer and chose to move on. He bagged a brace against them in December and will again be highly motivated to show his old club what they have been missing.

Bet on his player prop to score. For better odds, you could combine Torino to win and Zapata to contribute on the scoresheet for a +318 payout.

 

 

 

Odds and information are accurate at the time of writing. Please check with official sources for the latest updates before placing any bets.

 

Questions of the Day

Who could score for Atalanta against Torino?


Striker Gianluca Scamacca provided another assist, making it 12 goal involvements in 10 Atalanta appearances in which he scored seven goals.

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