Many betting punters agree that Juve are the only competitive squad in the Italian league and three consecutive wins and maximum points is proving the theory right. Juve travel to Milan to face Inter this weekend, and even though Inter started their campaign on the wrong foot, it will be no easy task for the champions. Betting on Serie A can be challenging as very few teams are consistent but betting on goals could be a smarter option when taking this into consideration. AC Milan have been fading away season after season and will be looking to invest in some new talent if they want to return to their winning ways. Fiorentina and Roma will clash in Sunday nights’ game and Roma will be looking for the three points to maintain proximity to the 32 time champions. We’ll take a closer look at the data to help you craft the perfect bet on Serie A.
Betting on Inter vs Juve
Both teams would have played a mid-week European match ahead of their clash on Sunday and managers will be looking to shift players around to compensate for fatigue. Juve are the favourites to win the game with odds at 19/20, a pretty good price that can yield a healthy profit. Juve are an offensive team and two of their three games finished in over 2.5 goals. However, away from home they need to be more convincing and odds for under 2.5 goals are currently at 69/100. Inter scored in two out of their three opening matches and odds for both teams to score stand at 51/50. Inter’s Icardi is in top form, with an average of a goal per game but penetrating Juve’s defence will be more challenging with the likes of Chiellini, Bonucci and Danny Alves. From their last five meeting, Juve have won three, lost once and drew once.
Betting on Fiorentina vs Roma
Judging by the odds, this will be a close one. Roma are still the favourites to win but not by much. Roma’s odds to win are currently at 31/20 and Fiorentina’s odds are art 7/4. Fiorentina have a game in hand as their most recent game was postponed but have managed to secure a win over Chievo after failing to bag any points against the champions. Roma are unbeaten in their first three games and all games ended in over 2.5 goals. Odds for that repeating itself against ‘La Viola’ are at 19/25. Roma found the net nine times in the space of three games and betting on both teams to score would be an interesting one to place as odds are 8/5, a decent price to add to an accumulator bet.