Lazio vs Hellas Verona | Serie A Preview | Where to Watch, Form Guide, Insights, Lineups

Lazio vs Hellas Verona | Serie A Preview | Where to Watch, Form Guide, Insights, Lineups

Following the heartbreaking Coppa Italia exit at the hands of Juventus on Tuesday, Lazio will be looking to bounce back swiftly with a league win over Hellas Verona.

Lazio vs Hellas Verona Kick-Off Time, Location & Where to Watch

The Serie A clash between Lazio and Hellas Verona kicks off at 20:45 local time on Saturday 27th April at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

To find out how to watch Lazio vs Verona in your respective country, check out this verified list of international TV listings.

Lazio Form Guide: Recent Results & Table Position

With four wins from their last five Serie A fixtures, Lazio remain in contention for a Champions League berth, especially with Italy clinching a fifth place for next term. The Biancocelesti currently sit seventh in the table with 52 points, keeping AS Roma and Atalanta within striking distance.

The capital side collected routine wins over Salernitana and Genoa in their last two league outings, so they should be the favorites to prevail over Verona who are embroiled in a relegation dogfight. However, it remains to be seen how well the squad will manage to physically and mentally recover from their Coppa Italia elimination which only ensued on Tuesday.

Hellas Verona Form Guide: Recent Results & Table Position

Despite a January exodus that left him with a depleted squad, Marco Baroni has sensationally managed to keep Hellas Verona afloat. The Gialloblu have been residing in the relegation zone for the majority of the campaign, but currently enjoy a 15th position with 31 points following a dramatic last-gasp victory over Udinese last weekend.

At this stage, every point is invaluable for Verona. So we can expect them to put on a courageous display at the back to try and escape the Olimpico with a point in hand.

Lazio vs Hellas Verona: Match Insights

  • The two clubs shared the spoils in the reverse fixture which ended 1-1. They haven’t drawn in both league fixtures since 1989/90.

  • Lazio have only lost once in their last 15 league fixtures against Hellas Verona. They prevailed on 10 occasions and drew four.

  • Igor Tudor can become the first Lazio manager since Delio Rossi to win his first three home fixtures in Serie A.

  • The Croatian coach will be up against his former club, having guided Verona during the 2021/22 campaign.

  • Lazio is the club that registered the fewest draws in Serie A in 2024. Their only stalemate thus far this year was against Napoli in January.

Starting Lineups: Igor Tudor & Marco Baroni’s Probable Selections

LAZIO (3-4-2-1): Mandas; Patric, Casale, Romagnoli; Hysaj, Vecino, Cataldi, Marusic; Guendouzi, Luis Alberto; Castellanos.

HELLAS VERONA (4-2-3-1): Montipo; Centonze, Magnani, Coppola, Cabal; Serdar, Duda; Suslov, Folorunsho, Lazovic; Noslin