Wednesday’s Serie A match between Empoli and Hellas Verona will take place at the Stadio Carlo Castellani, and both teams will be going for their first victory of the year.
In their first three league games, the hosts have accumulated two points, while Verona has only earned one.
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Empoli vs Hellas Verona Tips and Prediction
Empoli’s season got off to a poor start when they lost to Serie B team SPAL in the Coppa Italia first round after going to extra time.
Wednesday’s opponents have struggled to get going in the top-flight, earning only two points from three games, and they also failed to advance in the cup.
They suffered a 1-0 loss on the road to Spezia, then drew 0-0 with Fiorentina and had another scoreless match at the weekend.
When Empoli traveled to Lecce on the road, Fabiano Parisi scored first. The hosts responded through Gabriel Strefezza in the 40th minute, and since neither team was able to score a winner in the second half, the visitors were forced to settle for a point.
Paolo Zanetti, the Empoli manager who has yet to record a victory, will be hoping that his team can pick up their first three points of the season in a home game against another winless team.
Verona, like their rivals, will have a new manager in charge for the 2021–22 campaign when Igor Tudor departed the team and was replaced by Gabriele Cioffi.
The Coppa Italia match against Bari ended in a disastrous 4-1 home loss for Cioffi, and on the opening weekend of the Serie A season, they lost 5-2 to Napoli after giving up five more goals.
The Gialloblu were able to right the ship in their second league encounter, tying 1-1 away to Bologna, after giving up nine goals in two games.
Teun Koopmeiners scored to lead Atalanta to a 1-0 victory over Cioffi’s team at the weekend, but they were unable to avoid suffering their third straight home loss in all competitions.
Verona can take heart from the fact that they have gone unbeaten in their past four Serie A away games despite a shaky start to the season.
We believe that Wednesday’s match could end in a split of the spoils because both teams are feeling underwhelmed after a challenging start to the season.