Betting on Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense 2022 Série B Games

Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense, simply known as Grêmio, are the sixth most supported team in the major Brazilian football leagues. The club plays football in southern Brazil in the City of Porto Alegre within the state of Rio Grande. Former Brazil coach Luis Felipe Scolari managed Grêmio to their last Série A win in 1996 while their last championship success in Série B was in 2006 under the guidance of Mano Menezes. Last season, Grêmio were relegated from Série A and its supporters will be desperate to bounce back at the first attempt.

Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense Squad

Grêmio will be confident they can return to Série A as they are well placed with only a few remaining fixtures before the season ends. They will be looking for their supporters to fill the 55,000-capacity Arena do Grêmio in their final home fixtures of 2022. They are difficult to beat on home soil and have performed admirably in away fixtures, drawing several matches. This is the 4th spell in charge of Grêmio for Brazilian Head Coach Renato Portaluppi. A former international, he made 45 international appearances and has managed some of the biggest clubs in Série A and B. Contracted as manager in September 2022 he has a win rate of 50%.

Last season Frosinone loaned goalkeeper Frederico Ravaglia from Bologna and he kept nine clean sheets. His replacement this season is another loanee, Stefan Turati who joined from Sassuolo. Turati may surpass nine clean sheets this season, having made a handful during the opening games.

While Turati is only 21 years old, vital experience has been added to the defence. 35-year-old Fabio Lucioni has joined on loan from Serie A side Lecce while Daniel Bolaca remains with the club playing in midfield. Last season’s top scorer Gabriel Charpentier returned to Genoa after his loan spell. 21-year-old Luca Moro will be expected to score goals joining on loan from Sassuolo.

If Frosinone can maintain strong home form and improve away results, they may finish in a higher league position compared to last season and qualify for the league playoffs.

Betting on Grêmio

With an exciting end to the season in store, let’s consider a few of the key betting markets available to place a stake on.

Grêmio to Win or Draw or Lose

Given their form in the league, backing them to either win or draw could be a relatively safe place to start, although the odds will likely be comparatively short, particularly against teams such as Cuiabá who are struggling for form. You may wish to seek some longer odds and bet against the team to lose. It’s been a rare outcome this year, but with some tough opponents still to play and having recently lost to Athletico-PR in the COPA Libertadores semi-final play-offs, we know they are not invincible.

Both Teams to Score

One of the simplest bets to consider is whether you think both teams will score in a match or not. While the choice is simple, the deliberation can be tougher. Palmeiras are not shy in front of goal, yet they also know how to make it tough for opponents, having kept several clean sheets. Keep an eye on this market as, depending on their opponent, you could see some interesting odds.

Grêmio to Score in Both Halves

Betting on the team to score may not offer very attractive odds. However, if you bet on Grêmio to score in both halves of the match, the odds will be longer and the potential returns greater.

Correct Score

This market is a little riskier, and therefore the odds tend to be longer. If you’re feeling confident, why not have a go at trying to predict the correct score of a forthcoming match? But be warned, anything other than a correct result, and you will lose. This bet will have you on the edge of your seat until the final whistle.

Outright Markets

Given the teams’ favourable league position, the market to select them as outright league winners will now likely offer relatively short odds and therefore limit your winnings. However, the market for the league’s top goalscorer is heating up. While the lead striker, Rony, is in fine form, it’s Goiás’s Pedro and Fluminense’s Cano who have been setting the league alight. Nevertheless, with several matches still to play, there is plenty of time for all that to change.

So, as we enter the closing stages of the season, now is the time to keep studying the form guide and check those forthcoming fixtures as you decide where your precious stake will be placed in the hope you can win big as the league reaches its climax.