Bookings Tips | Sassuolo v Frosinone | 6th January 2016


CARD KING Gavin Murphy (@GamePlanGavin) has nailed five winners on the spin since the weekend. Next up, he’s heading to Sassuolo on Wednesday afternoon.

Sassuolo v Frosinone | Wednesday 14.00

Back in September we identified a referee, Luca Pairetto, who was making his Serie A bow after plying his trade in Italy's second tier.

That day he handed out a whopping nine cards when covering Sassuolo's visit to Palermo. He was sent back to Serie B after that game but finally makes reappears in the top tier on Wednesday afternoon as Sassuolo welcome Frosinone to the Mapei Stadium.

The good news is, he’s in fine form. In his last match in charge of Cagliari's visit to Salernitana he gave out – get this – 18 cards including four reds – I’ve never seen such a big card count!

The total cards figure for his last nine domestic games reads 18-3-3-7-4-9-11-9-8. Barring a few quiet games, he generally likes a card.

This season, Frosinone average 2.82 cards per-game whereas the visitors average 3.19 cards per-game. – that implies a total of 6.01 cards could be expected.

I have been waiting for this referee for some time and simply have to back Over 6.5 Cards with Bet365 at even-money.

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Sassuolo v Frosinone – Over 6.5 Cards (1/1 Bet365)

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