Home » Turin Lazio on TV and streaming: where to watch the recovery of Serie A

Turin Lazio on TV and streaming: where to watch the recovery of Serie A

by admin
Turin Lazio on TV and streaming: where to watch the recovery of Serie A

Where to watch Torino-Lazio on TV

The match between Turin and Lazio, the recovery of the 21st matchday of Serie A, will be broadcast Thursday 22 February at 8.45pm are Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports 254 e in streaming su NOW. Commentary by Antonio Nucera with commentary by Lorenzo Minotti. Pitchside connections are provided by Paolo Aghemo and Matteo Petrucci. Give her 8pm and from 10.40pm appointment with ‘The House of Sport – Night’ with Mario Giunta in the company of Massimo Marianella and Gianfranco Teotino.

The numbers of Turin and Lazio

The Lazio is the team that has drawn the most games against Torino in Serie A (58), with 40 successes for the Granata and 39 for the Biancocelesti to complete the tally. The Torino have kept a clean sheet in three of their last six matches against Lazio in Serie A, as many clean sheets as in the previous 25 matches against the Biancocelesti in the competition. There Lazio have remained unbeaten in their last four away matches against Torino in Serie A (2 draws, 2 defeats) and have never reached five away games in a row without defeat against the Granata in the top division. Torino is only one of the three teams (like Inter and Atalanta) to have not lost any league match in 2024; six matches for a balance of three wins and three draws for the Granata in the period. In the new millennium, only once has the Piedmontese team remained unbeaten in the first seven matches of a calendar year in Serie A: in 2015, with Giampiero Ventura, when the defeat came in the 10th match, on the pitch of Udinese (3-2) . The Torino has collected 12 ‘clean sheets’ in this championship (equal to Juventus and only less than Inter, first with 15); the last time the Granata team kept a clean sheet several times after the first 25 matches played in a Serie A championship dates back to the 1991/92 season, with 14 matches without conceding a goal (third place finish at the end of the tournament, under the management of Emiliano Mondonico). After five useful results in a row (4 wins, one draw), Lazio have lost two of their last three league matches (1 win) – as many defeats as those suffered by Maurizio Sarri’s men in the previous 10 Serie A matches – the Biancocelesti they could lose two matches in a row for the second time in the current tournament, after the first two matches of the 2023/24 Serie A, against Lecce and Genoa last August. There Lazio have won three of their last four away games of Serie A (one defeat), the same number of successes obtained in the previous nine away matches in the competition (1 draw, 5 defeats).

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy