Nairabet Preview: Lazio – Nice: Back most Biancocelesti goals in the first half

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Simone Inzaghi’s men are blazing hot in Europe this term and will look to continue when they host Les Aiglons

SS Lazio welcome OGC Nice to the Stadio Olimpico as they lock horns in Group K of the Uefa Europa League on Thursday.

The Biancocelesti have started their European campaign in blistering fashion, winning their opening three games to sit top of the standings. Having triumphed at the Allianz Riviera, they will be confident of doing the double at odds of (1.60) with Nairabet.

The 3-1 defeat at home is the only blemish of Lucien Favre’s side but are still on the back foot for this one not necessarily because of the superior strength of their opponents but their poor form in Ligue 1 where they currently lie in 16th place. They are underdogs at (5.75).

Felipe Caicedo Nice Lazio UEFA Europa League 19102017

A draw in the Italian capital is priced at (4.55).

The two teams have met twice with the scoreline ending 3-1. A third one in favour of Simone Inzaghi’s side is available at (9.25).

Lazio have averaged 4.3 goals in their last six home games in all competitions. The first half to produce most of their goals is offered (3.05).

Nice might have conceded a massive 14 goals in all their previous five games but they are still a good side capable of getting the goals. Tipsters thus point towards both teams finding the back of the net as in the first leg at (1.70).

Mario Balotelli Nice Lazio UEFA Europa League 19102017

With Biancocelesti top marksman Ciro Immobile ruled out of the game, Felipe Caicedo – who got his name on the score sheet in the French Riviera is tipped to score anytime with Nairabet at (2.15).

For Les Aiglons, Mario Balotelli remains their main threat and is (3.00) get a goal anytime.

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