Ambitious clubs, young people on the launching pad and fans who dream of the top flight in the Serie B championship menu, on the pitch for All Saints’ Day.
The eleventh round, entirely scheduled for the unusual date of Monday, opens tomorrow at 12.30 with one of the day’s cartel races, Benevento-Brescia. The Samnites, returning from their successes with Cosenza and Crotone, want to continue their run-up to the leaders in Pisa; on the other hand they have no group to break away from the top positions. All 15 six matches: Lecce (with six players who have had intestinal problems) hosts Cosenza at Via del Mare trying not to interrupt his streak of three consecutive useful results, while the Calabrians – coming from the success with Ternana – they are constantly hunting for points to reach the goal of salvation as quickly as possible. An interesting challenge is also that between Reggina and Cittadella, teams that are experiencing a diametrically opposite moment: amaranth in the upper part of the ranking, surprisingly grenade in the lower areas.
Crotone, which has not yet managed to get into the right gear, pays a visit to Frosinone di Grosso allo Stirpe; Monza di Stroppa – in the central part of the ranking – hosts Alessandria; Perugia will have to contend with Spal at Paolo Mazza and Ternana – which comes from a heavy knockout – hosts a reassured Como fresh from the success with Pordenone. To close the round three races at 18, all of great charm. Maresca’s Parma, currently at 13 points, wants to start his run-up and confirm the good things he did in the last round with the Cittadella, but to do so he must overcome a Vicenza thirsty for points (he only has 4). Cremonese, who in the last three races has collected only three points, visits the rear Pordenone. Finally, the leaders Pisa – which has not won for three days – hosts the loose cannon Ascoli at Romeo Anconetani. Make yourself comfortable, Serie B is back!