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Sports Mole provides a preview of Salernitana vs. Monza’s Serie A match on Saturday, complete with lineup ideas, news about the teams.

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Salernitana hosts Monza at Stadio Arechi on Saturday, and after last week’s baptism of fire, Fabio Liverani will appreciate a much simpler Serie A match.

After making his debut at the league’s champions-elect last weekend, the Granata’s third head coach of the year is looking to win again against a team that is fired up following their record-breaking victory over AC Milan in gameweek 26.

Before their trip to Inter in gameweek 25, Salernitana was not offered a prayer. This proved to be the case as Liverani’s team fell down 2-0 after 19 minutes and 3-0 behind by minute 40 at San Siro, ultimately losing 4-0 and racking up the bottom side’s 16th defeat in 2023–24.

Even though their most recent home win was three months ago, they are eager to snap their seven-game losing streak in Serie A when they return to the Arechi this weekend.

After an unexpected 2-1 victory against Lazio, Liverani’s squad now hopes to succeed against a club that is nine spots higher in the rankings and has a remote possibility of qualifying for the European football league the following season.

As the campaign nears its end, Salernitana has no such aspirations, as the cellar-dwelling team is currently seven points behind 17th-place Hellas Verona.

Safety is still theoretically possible, but if Liverani can’t turn things around, a team that has let up two goals or more in their last six games at the Arechi will have a difficult few months.

On December 1, 2023, Valentin Carboni of Monza celebrates scoring their first goal alongside Patrick Ciurria.

Even though Salernitana suffered on their travels and lost the same encounter 3-0 in February 2023, Monza wants to cause even more suffering for them.

In their last five away Serie A games, Raffaele Palladino’s team has failed to score in four of them. Their lone victory came at the beginning of January, when they defeated 15th-place Frosinone 3-2.

The Biancorossi enter the match riding high after defeating Stefano Pioli’s rotating AC Milan 4-2 in an entertaining victory that saw them score four goals for the first time since winning promotion to the top division the previous season.

The fact that those four goals were very close to the five they had scored in their previous nine Serie A games highlights the Biancorossi’s deficiencies in the attacking third. Monza, on the other hand, have scored 25 goals in as many games, averaging one goal per contest.

Palladino is hoping his squad avoids a repeat of their last away game at Empoli, which ended in a management bounce, which happened soon after Davide Nicola was appointed. The club plays at the Arechi on Saturday.

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