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Serie A Odds & Betting – The Odds Manager Guide

Serie A is the league with the sexiest nicknames in football, but don’t worry if you don’t know your Rossoneris from your Nerrazurris, because we’ve got you covered!

We’ll bring you all the latest news, up to date Serie A winner odds, Serie A relegation odds, and top-class tips so you can pull off your very own Italian Job on the bookies.

Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches in Serie A.

Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a fixture to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.

Why Bet On Serie A?

Juventus are worthy favourites, but for all their recent dominance, they only finished one point ahead of Inter last campaign and just five points separated the top four.

So, a fierce battle is in prospect this time around and any one of five or six teams could give you a serious run for your money.

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Top Teams In Serie A

If you’re annoyed that the Premier League is dominated by the same teams every year, spare a thought for Italian fans!

Unless they support Juventus of course, because the Bianconeri have won the last nine Serie A titles.

Can their march to a tenth consecutive Scudetto be stopped?

Here’s a look at the leading contenders plus our top Odds Pick to win the title. 

  • Juventus – The addition of Brazilian playmaker Arthur should freshen an already imposing midfield, while Paolo Dybala and some guy called Cristiano Ronaldo can once again be relied upon to score goals aplenty. The only negative could be new Coach Andrea Pirlo’s inexperience. But if he coaches as well as he used to play then they’ll have the league wrapped up by Christmas!
  • Inter Milan – Runners up in both Serie A and the Europa League last season, Inter Milan once again look most likely to be Juventus’ closest challengers. Like your ex on Instagram, Romelu Lukaku seems determined to show Manchester United what they are missing. And speaking of Manchester United, Alexis Sanchez (remember him?) may yet fulfil his potential, especially with his Chilean compadre Arturo Vidal now on the Inter books after his summer move from Barcelona.
  • Atalanta – In a league not usually known for attacking powerhouses, Atalanta are a glorious exception. They scored an eye-popping 98 goals last campaign, finished third in Serie A for the second season running and came within five minutes of knocking PSG out of the Champions League. You wouldn’t recognize them in your local Wetherspoons, but Josip Ilicic, Mario Pasalic and Duvan Zapata are a formidable attacking trio. And in Gian Piero Gasperini, they have a Coach who is building a reputation as a master tactician.

Our Top Odds Pick for Serie A is Juventus – 7/5 at Paddy Power

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What Happened Last Season?

Juventus secured their ninth consecutive Serie A title, with Inter Milan, Atalanta and Lazio rounding off the top four.

Familiar faces Roma, Milan and Napoli finished in the Europa League placings.

While Lecce, Brescia and the magnificently-named S.P.A.L fell through the Serie A trapdoor.

Serie A - FAQ

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Premier Sports will be showing Serie A games this campaign, while BT Sport’s the place to go for Coppa Italia action.
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