The goals tend to flow at this time of year and if we omit the two matches involving the top two clubs, last weekend's other eight games averaged a whopping 4.6 per game with seven having at least four goals and five, five or more. Verona need no encouragement to play on the front foot anyway and have scored the most of any team in the bottom nine and only the bottom three have conceded more, with their games averaging a third of a goal more than a "normal" Serie A fixture. However, they do have a little incentive to be perhaps even more offensive minded today and that is to try and find a goal or two for veteran striker Luca Toni who currently sits one behind Carlos Tevez in the race for the top scorer award. Toni has won Capocannoniere once before, way back in 2006, but would surely love another and no Verona player has ever won it and I am sure the club would like to reward Toni and that they would also celebrate it almost like a team award. Their last home game is Juve, so today and the trip to Parma next weekend are the really big chances for him to take the lead and remember , this is a very prestigeous award in Italy and winning it twice, especially not back to back and with different clubs is rare. We have some history with bets like this and have twice landed huge odds selections based around the top scorer market in Italy at this time of year.
Luca Toni to score any time 2.20 -2.40 general quote
Luca Toni to score two or more goals @ 6.0-8.0 general quote.
Empoli would not have been the ideal opponent for a high scoring encounter a month agao, but since securing their place in the top flight for next season have thrown off the shackles and five of their last six games have produced at least four goals and I fully expect this to follow suit.
"over" 3.5 goals 2.50-2.625 general quote.
"over" 5.5 goals 8.5-10.0 general quote .....4-2 , 3-3 would not surprise me in the least.
from Sports Betting Advice Service Clubgowihttp://www.clubgowi.com