When does Hellas Verona vs SPAL kick off? Wednesday 29th July, 2019 – 18:30 (UK)
Where is Hellas Verona vs SPAL being played? Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi
Where can I get tickets for Hellas Verona vs SPAL? Ticket information can be found on each club’s official website
What TV channel is Hellas Verona vs SPAL on in the UK? Premier Sports have the rights to Serie A matches in the UK, so it is worth checking their schedule
Where can I stream Hellas Verona vs SPAL in the UK? If televised, subscribers can stream the match live on Premier Player
Users of the LiveScore app will also be able to stream the match live
THE TEAM NEWS
- Hellas Verona were on the end of a big defeat against Lazio at the weekend as their winless streak continued but they will be annoyed at their failure to take a lead into the break which swung the game back into Lazio’s favour.
- Sofyan Amrabat handed Verona the lead as he converted from the spot with just six minutes of the first half remaining but Lazio levelled with a penalty of their own deep into first half stoppage time before adding a further four goals in a one-sided second period.
- They are now without a win in seven matches and although they will be eager to end their current run before the season wraps up, they come into this clash without the suspended Amir Rrahmani although they do have a handful of players pushing for a return from injury.
- SPAL earned a point from their clash with Torino at the weekend as they brought to an end a horrible run of form that had seen them lose their last six matches and it was a decent response by them having conceded six in their previous outing against Roma.
- Neither side were able to break the deadlock in the first half but it was Torino who opening the scoring just before the hour with that goal looking set to continue SPAL’s miserable run until Marco D’Alessandro levelled with just over 10 minutes remaining.
- SPAL will hope to earn a rare win before they drop into Serie B next season and while they still have a lengthy injury list, they could be boosted by the return of Lucas Castro and Sergio Floccari while D’Alessandro will be hoping his strike can earn him a spot in the starting XI.
Hellas Verona have failed to win any of their last seven games but they have a great chance to end their poor run of form as they host already relegated SPAL. The visitors ended a six-match losing streak by earning a point from their clash with Torino at the weekend but they have now failed to win any of their last 10 league games. With only pride to play for, SPAL are likely to throw everything forward and with Verona set to do the same as they look to end their own disappointing run, this should be a very open game with goals expected at either end.