Torino have been one of the most entertaining teams to watch this season, as they have been goals galore in their games so far. 37 goals have been scored in the 11 games so far; with the Turin outfit hitting 22 goals; which is the fourth highest in the Italian top flight this campaign. The likes of Belotti, Falque, Ljacic and Baselli have been contributing the goals. Defensively they have been struggling despite the signing of Joe Hart conceding goals in 9 out of the 11 games played so far (which were both 0-0 encounters). Their last 6 games have seen 24 goals in total, and this looks set for more goals to flow in this game.
Cagliari have really let the taps loose on the offensive end scoring 19 goals in 11 games played so far. They have been extremely attacking in scoring their goals against some good sides like Inter, Fiorentina, Lazio, Roma and Atalanta which will bode a lot of confidence in the side even though they travel away to Turin. Cagiliari have been weak defensively conceding 24 goals in their 11 games, as some sides look to take advantage of them. They have only kept 1 clean sheet this season and with an offensive Torino coming to town, you can expect some goals to flow. Their lats 6 games have seen 25 goals in total, and like Torino’s encounters goals look to flow.
I am backing over 3 Asian Goal line in this encounter, as at least 3 goals have come in 4 out of the lats 5 games between the 2 sides.