Italian Serie A
Italian Serie A may have lost some of its appeal over the last decade as English Premier League and Spanish La Liga took over as the most popular league competitions in Europe, but Italy’s elite division is slowly returning to old glory days. As the Italian league matches are gaining in popularity among football fans, so is Serie A betting becoming more appealing to online football punters, and this correlation was the main reason behind our decision to create a separate category within the betting news section that will fully focus on Italian Serie A.
With Juventus and Milan getting back on the road to success and clubs like Inter, Roma, Lazio, Udinese and Napoli also fighting for domestic honours, every Serie A round offers us at least one or two derby games, which is something this competition is unique for. Seeing that home field advantage plays a major role in Italy’s top flight, Serie A betting experts often have exclusive opportunity to back strong hosts at very sharp odds and with a little help from our betting previews, they should be able to find several games with good value in every Serie A round.
Posted on January 12, 2021
Serie A leaders AC Milan are reportedly considering loaning Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori in the January transfer window. The 23-year-old centre-back has found opportunities hard to come by this season having made just four appearances for the Blues, with only one of those coming in the Premier League. Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has admitted the
Posted on January 4, 2021
Inter Milan are set to be without star striker Romelu Lukaku for Wednesday’s clash against Sampdoria. The Belgian forward, who has continued his excellent form this season, netted in the 6-2 win against Crotone at the weekend, his 50th Serie A appearance, but was withdrawn with a muscle injury in the 75th minute. Whilst the
Posted on January 1, 2021
AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli has said that he is going to ‘do everything’ to help the club return to the UEFA Champions League. Seven-time winners of the competition in the past, the Rossoneri have not participated in Europe’s premier club competition since the 2013/14 season, and have only experienced two UEFA Europa League campaigns
Posted on December 23, 2020
Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo criticised his Juventus side for already ‘thinking about the holidays’ in their 3-0 humbling at the hands of Fiorentina. Heading into the match previously undefeated in the league, the Old Lady never really got going, with strikes from Dusan Vlahovic, Martin Caceres and an Alex Sandro own goal condemning them to
Posted on October 14, 2020
Recent AS Roma signing Chris Smalling has highlighted his determination to lift a trophy with the club after penning a permanent deal. The English centre-back, who enjoyed a successful loan deal at the Stadio Olimpico last season, rejoined the club on deadline day from Manchester United for a deal worth approximately €15m, penning a three-year
Posted on October 3, 2020
Napoli are reportedly in talks with Chelsea over a loan deal for French midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko. According to Sky in Italy, the Naples outfit have opened dialogue with the Blues over a deal that would see the 26-year-old join the club on a season-long loan. AC Milan were previously thought to be interested in bringing
Posted on September 21, 2020
Alvaro Morata is reportedly close to returning to former club Juventus on loan according to various reports. The Spanish striker, who has since represented Real Madrid, Chelsea and Atletico Madrid in his time away from Turin is apparently set to rejoin the Italian giants on a season-long loan, as per Fabrizio Romano and Deportes Cuatro.
Posted on September 18, 2020
Serie A champions Juventus kick off their new campaign on Sunday as they take on Sampdoria on home soil. Having won the last nine domestic titles, the Old Lady once again look the favourites to claim glory this campaign at odds of 10/11 with Betfair. Meanwhile, Claudio Ranieri’s Sampdoria have their own aspirations throughout 2020/21,
Posted on September 2, 2020
Napoli are reportedly attempting to bolster their defence with Arsenal defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos. According to Sky in Italy, the Serie A outfit are eyeing a move for the central defender on a potential free transfer. Gunners boss Mikel Arteta could be open to the move, with the Greek having entered the final year of his
Posted on August 8, 2020
Juventus have sacked head coach Maurizio Sarri after their elimination from the UEFA Champions League on Friday evening. The former Napoli and Chelsea boss had only been in charge in Turin for just over a year after he replaced Max Allegri and won the Serie A crown during his tenure, the club’s ninth consecutive title.
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Serie A History
Serie A is Italy’s elite football competition that has been running for over eighty years in its current format. From 1898 to 1928 Italian League was divided into regional groups, but the 1929/1930 season is taken as the first official Serie A campaign. Internazionale, then competing under name Ambrosiana SS, entered the league history as the first Serie A winners, before Juventus won the coveted trophy five years in a row.
The Bianconeri remain the most decorated Italian club when it comes to league titles, having won 27 of them, 9 more than AC Milan and Internazionale. Genoa have won the competition nine times, whereas Bologna, Torino and Pro-Vercelli have seven titles to their name. AC Milan are the reigning champions, having won the 2010/2011 title after Inter had won five league trophies in a row.
Serie A Betting Odds
There are a number of reasons why betting on Italian Serie A is becoming more popular by the minute and these include easy access to live stream services, excellent coverage at online bookmakers and very competitive odds. Top online bookmakers not only feature huge number of markets per individual game, but they also offer live streaming of all matches completely free of charge, giving you a great opportunity to place your pre-match or live bets at very sharp prices.
With every respectable sports betting operator reserving special place on their website for Italy’s elite division, it is hardly surprising that Serie A betting has become so widespread of late. With that in mind, we have gone to extra lengths to provide all Serie A lovers with a place where they can read the latest news from their favourite competition as well as get acquainted with the current situation at club camps by readying Italian Serie A previews compiled by our betting experts.