Serie A Betting

team stats betting
team %MatchesWonFixtureOdds
1NapoliNapoli
85.0%2017Spezia (A)
2InterInter
65.0%2013Milan (H)
3RomaRoma
55.0%2011Empoli (H)
4AtalantaAtalanta
55.0%2011Sassuolo (A)
5MilanMilan
55.0%2011Inter (A)
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Serie A Betting Tips

Our Serie A betting tips and predictions page is where we focus on how best to capitalise on ways to bet on upcoming fixtures in the Italian Serie A. These will often be created in multiples, even going as far as being an accumulator with several selections, but they’re made to exclusively feature matches from Italy’s top tier. By looking at this page prior to betting, you should stand a chance of accurately adding Italian teams into your bet, and it will usually be reflected any time that we include a Serie A team in the bets on our football tips pages.

Italy ranks among Europe’s top leagues when it comes to football, matching the drama and quality that you’ll also find within Spanish La Liga, the German Bundesliga and French Ligue 1. By betting on Italian football, you’ll be able to capitalise in places where it might not be possible through betting on other football leagues, with every major league possessing its own positives and negatives.

From the full-time result to the number of match goals, and from the both teams to score market to actual goalscorers, everything to do with betting on the Serie A is included on this page. We always look to update it as frequently as possible in order to keep involved with how best to bet on Italian football. By doing this, we allow enough time for you to not only consider backing each bet surrounding an Italian side, but also long enough for you to see the value before any distinct changes in price closer to kick-off.

Where you can find Serie A Betting Tips:

Serie ASerie A
PosClubPWDLGDPTS
1Position Icon
Napoli badgeNapoli
201721+3353
2Position Icon
Inter badgeInter
201316+1440
3Position Icon
Lazio badgeLazio
201154+2038
4Position Icon
Atalanta badgeAtalanta
201154+1638
5Position Icon
Milan badgeMilan
201154+838
6Position Icon
Roma badgeRoma
201145+837
7Position Icon
Udinese badgeUdinese
20785+629
8Position Icon
Torino badgeTorino
20767-127
9Position Icon
Bologna badgeBologna
20758-426
10Position Icon
Empoli badgeEmpoli
20686-526
11Position Icon
Monza badgeMonza
20749-325
12Position Icon
Fiorentina badgeFiorentina
20668-424
13Position Icon
Juventus badgeJuventus
201154+1323
14Position Icon
Salernitana badgeSalernitana
20569-1321
15Position Icon
Lecce badgeLecce
20488-520
16Position Icon
Sassuolo badgeSassuolo
205510-820
17Position Icon
Spezia badgeSpezia
204610-1518
18Position Icon
Verona badgeVerona
203413-1413
19Position Icon
Sampdoria badgeSampdoria
202315-269
20Position Icon
Cremonese badgeCremonese
200812-208

Betting on Italian football

Attempting to bet on an individual match result selection such as Serie A football teams takes a lot of planning, as there are factors within Italian football that are more likely than with other football leagues. Although it’s known for a lot of defensive strength these days, there tends to be a lot of goals over most games in Italy. Every league has its own perks, such as the aggressive nature of the lower English tiers or the number of draws which occurred in Spain over the last twelve months, and the same can be said for betting on Italian football.

As much as a lot of people would happily get behind Juventus to win to nil due to their defensive strength, they concede quite frequently for a side who regularly dominate Italian football, so even they would be worth considering for the BTTS market. Both teams to score in both halves would be a stretch, but it could also be seen as capable depending on the teams playing and each team’s attacking and defensive credentials.

In the same way that every league has its own reason for shining, every team is also individual off its own merits. Juventus’ ability to defend 1-0 and 2-0 wins to assure solid – if not a little bit boring – victories is as consistent a result as Napoli are to annihilate the team that they’re playing by scoring in high numbers and often keeping a cleansheet.

Home form is often a strength for Roma, capitalising on the intense fortress of the Stadio Olimpico. The same could be said for AC Milan and Inter Milan, but even reliable victories for both Milanese sides isn’t enough to stop goals going against them, with plenty of goals conceded at the San Siro. Most midtable teams come to life during matches against the larger sides in the division, so it’s worth considering the both teams to score market during fixtures where the underdog is known for netting past tougher opponents.

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History of Serie A

Formerly sectioned into groups based on geographical region, the official Serie A started in time for the 1929/30 season. After several years spent establishing how football would function under the new structure, it was decided that Serie A title winners would be regarded as claiming the scudetto, which translates as small shield, and refers to the badge coloured to match the Italian flag that is attached to the sleeve of the league winning shirt over the following season. This concept came about during the 1924/25 season, sticking ever since.

Juventus are the record holders for the most Serie A title victories, sealing a top place finish on thirty-four occasions, followed by Inter Milan and AC Milan, who both possess eighteen league wins each. Genoa hold the third highest number of wins, claiming the title nine times, followed by Torino, Bologna and Pro Vercelli, who all have seven wins to their name. Roma have won the title three times, and all of Lazio, Fiorentina and Napoli possess two wins each.

It took until the 2004/05 season for a trophy to be handed to the Serie A champions under the correct title and on the first home game of the league winner after they confirmed their title victory. Prior to this, there was a lengthy period between 1961 and 2004 where the trophy represented Lega Nazionale Professionisti. Back then, you’d only be given the trophy at the head office of Lega Nazionale Professionalisti, so there was far more excitement in being able to lift the Coppa Campioni d’Italia trophy on home soil.

Goalline technology was instated in 2016 and started being used over every league game in the 2017/18 season.