Welcome to the Ultimate Serie A betting guide!
Welcome to the most comprehensive betting guide for the 2019/20 Serie A season that you’ll find anywhere on the internet. With Italy’s major clubs intent on preventing Juventus winning a ninth consecutive title but Cristiano Ronaldo and co. determined to achieve just that, we’ve got the full lowdown on this most prestigious of leagues that represents an excellent opportunity to dive into some football betting.
For many years Serie A was considered one of the most entertaining football competitions on the planet due to the number of superstars that player within it. However, the competition slowly changed over the years as the likes of Ronaldo, Nedved, Del Piero and Kakà hung up their boots. After a period where the league lost some of its global betting appeal things now seem to have turned around. The much-loved competitive nature of Serie A has returned, restoring fans adoration and enthusiasm for betting on the highest level of Italian football.
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The best football bookmakers will offer our customers the chance to bet In-Play on Serie A football, with the live betting markets available as soon as each game has kicked off. If you can’t find a value bet before a game has started, then it is definitely worth looking for an In-Play opportunity considering that the odds are constantly changing.
Must like the Premier League and La Liga, In-Play betting is available on Serie A matches whether the games are being televised or not. It must be noted that the odds can change quickly for a particular market and that live bets are often subject to a small delay before they are accepted by the operator in most instances.
A player’s chances of scoring the most goals in Serie A depends on how well his team does, how often he plays and just how good he is, with the league already offering a number of promising candidates.
Last year’s winner Fabio Quagliarella will be looking to claim the award once again, as will previous recipients Ciro Immobile and Edin Dzeko. Of course, the main man here will be Cristiano Ronaldo, who Maurizio Sarri has already discussed a potential record-breaker as the front man in his system.
Know the fixture list - it sounds obvious, but who a team plays next really matters. Avoiding a side who have just played (or who are about to play) a tough European game in midweek is always wise, as is being aware of derby clashes where an underdog might well punch above their weight.
Check Previous Results - how does a team or player perform against specific opponents? In Italy this seems to matter more often than it should, superstitions often leading to surprising patterns that should not be ignored.
Look at some early each-way odds - certain teams/players could well continue their recent form, with Lazio’s form in both the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana not to be ignored, while some of the usual suspects may be worth backing in the race to be top scorer too.
Outright Winner I Looking at the betting in Serie A, Juventus are understandably overwhelming favourites, yet there is still plenty of value to be found. Antonio Conte’s arrival at Inter Milan should, just as it did at Chelsea and Juve, lead to an immediate improvement for the Nerazzurri, who should be much more consistent than they have been in the past.
Goals I Given that Italy’s bigger clubs have such clear advantages over the league’s minnows, the over/under goal total market is a good place to look for value, particularly with Coaches like Maurizio Sarri (Juventus), Carlo Ancelotti (Napoli) and Antonio Conte (Inter) not afraid to run up the score against overmatched opponents.
One of the most popular betting markets in football is the 'First Scorer' market, where a customer can place a bet on the team or player he thinks is going to open the scoring in a specific match.
Both Teams to Score I Similarly, it is now possible to bet on Both Teams to Score which is a self-explanatory market that allows a customer to decide whether one team, both or neither will score during the 90 minutes.
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