After a run of five straight defeats, Chievo have since managed five points from their last three, though they remain down in 14th. Roma, meanwhile, followed up their 4-1 win at the San Siro over Milan with a 3-1 home win against a rotated Juve side to move within four points of Allegri’s men with two games left to play.
Chievo have won only two of their last nine at home, both against sides currently in the bottom-four, whilst they’ve lost all four of their games against top-half sides in that time, conceding at least three times in each of these defeats. As a result, they could be in for another heavy defeat here against a Roma side in impressive form on its travels.
Luciano Spalletti’s men have won their last six on the road, leading at the break in each of these victories and scoring 19 goals across these games. Indeed, they’re W7-D2-L0 when travelling to bottom-half sides this term, keeping a clean sheet in six of the last seven of these and winning the last three by more than two goals. As a result, the win to nil is of interest at 2.2 but the visitors to cover the -2 handicap is our standout selection.
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