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Sports Mole provides a preview of Saturday’s Serie A match between Salernitana and Udinese, along with club news, lineup rumors, and predictions.

In Serie A gameweek 27, Udinese takes on Salernitana at Bluenergy Stadium. The hosts are hoping to snap their losing streak against the Granata this Saturday.

Even though both teams are fighting for their lives, the away team is almost a surefire loser because of their more vulnerable position.

Udinese had begun to pull away from the clubs at the bottom thanks to their three-game undefeated streak (five points from nine), but their loss to Genoa last weekend ended that run.

The Little Zebras were already at a disadvantage after giving up twice in the last minutes of the first half, and three minutes into the second half, Thomas Kristensen’s dismissal left them with just 10 players.

The loss puts Gabriele Cioffi’s team in 15th place in the rankings, three points ahead of Sassuolo in 18th, despite their valiant efforts to avoid giving up a third.

This weekend, they want to go back to winning ways, despite the fact that their one home victory in 13 attempts suggests that they will not be able to gain the necessary results in the relegation run-in, as the Friulians have drawn eight at home, more than any other Serie A team.

Cioffi’s team might move further clear of the bottom three if they win on Saturday and other results go their way. This is despite Udinese having an exceptionally disappointing season – the Little Zebras have never picked up just 23 points at this time in any season in the period of three points for a victory.

They should have high expectations, particularly going up against a team that has lost seven of its last eight Serie A games and has only managed a goalless draw against Torino.

Before taking on his brother Simone, Filippo Inzaghi was cut, and Fabio Liverani took his place. However, the move hasn’t produced the expected uptick in performance.

Although there have been rumors in Italy linking the Granata to the individual they fired on February 11, that move has not happened at the

Salernitana enters this weekend’s match against Udinese unbeaten in three and with four points from six from their previous trips to Udine, despite their wider troubles this season.

Though it’s unclear if that trend will hold true this weekend, the Salerno-based team has to win if they want to close the current seven-point gap in the survival race.

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