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Serie A Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2020-21

It was an unusual season of Serie A last year, where the regular season was extended but the winner hasn’t changed. Juventus  recorded their 36th title win by the end of the 2019-20 season despite sliding off to a rush finish in their campaign. Despite Lazio and Atalanta making a strong comeback in the final stages of the tournament, Inter Milan were just one point off from becoming the new title holders.

With all that being said, the new season has begun and the Italian clubs are back again to finish were they started in their race to the Scudetto. And to top it all, the summer transfer window has blessed the Serie A fans with a bunch of new talents stepping foot for the first time in the Italian soil.

Serie A 2020-21

The 2020–21 Serie A will be the 119th season of top-tier Italian football, the 89th in a round-robin tournament, and the 11th since its organization under an own league committee, the Lega Serie A. Juventus will start off as their campaign as the league’s 9 time defending champions under new manger Andrea Pirlo.

After the relegation of Spal, Brescia and Lecce, the top 17 teams from the previous season continue their journey in the Serie A. Accompanied by 3 newly promoted teams from the Serie B, the competition will take place amongst 20 teams who will be making their hustle in the Italian top flight football.

Both Benevento and Crotone are the two teams who are directly promoted from Serie B, after a 2 year absence in the competition. Though on 20th August, Spezia won the play-offs to earn its first promotion to Serie A and they will officially become the 66th team to participate in the Italian top level league.

How to watch Serie A Online?

In the UK, Premier Sports has the broadcasting rights for Italian top flight football and is showing every game on Premier Sports 1, 2 and FreeSports.

In the US, ESPN covers all the live action of Serie A, through its ESPN+ streaming service and there’s no need for a cable.

TLN and DAZN share the rights to broadcast live Serie A matches in Canada for the 2020-21 season.

In Australia, Serie A fans will need to be a subscriber to beIN Sports, which has the exclusive live coverage rights for this season.

Sky Sports is the sole rights holders for live coverage of Serie A games in New Zealand this season.

In India, Sony Six and Sony ESPN will once again broadcast Serie A live for the 2020-21 season.

Seria A Outright Odds

The outright odds for all the teams to win the Seria A title this season is derived from the bet365.com site and mentioned below:

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Serie A Weekly Odds

The following matches are scheduled to take place this week, with odds derived from the bet365.com site:

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
04 Mar 21 19:45Parma vs Inter Milan11.006.001.25Bet Now
06 Mar 21 14:00Spezia vs Benevento2.103.403.60Bet Now
06 Mar 21 17:00Udinese vs Sassuolo2.503.252.90Bet Now
06 Mar 21 19:45Juventus vs Lazio1.833.754.20Bet Now
07 Mar 21 11:30Roma vs Genoa1.454.507.00Bet Now
07 Mar 21 14:00Verona vs AC Milan3.603.502.00Bet Now
07 Mar 21 14:00Fiorentina vs Parma1.903.604.00Bet Now
07 Mar 21 14:00Crotone vs Torino4.003.302.00Bet Now
07 Mar 21 17:00Sampdoria vs Cagliari2.303.303.20Bet Now
07 Mar 21 19:45Napoli vs Bologna1.554.206.00Bet Now
08 Mar 21 19:45Inter Milan vs Atalanta1.953.603.80Bet Now
12 Mar 21 14:00Lazio vs Crotone1.227.0010.00Bet Now
12 Mar 21 19:45Atalanta vs Spezia1.227.0010.00Bet Now
13 Mar 21 14:00Sassuolo vs Verona2.203.403.20Bet Now
13 Mar 21 17:00Benevento vs Fiorentina3.403.502.05Bet Now
13 Mar 21 19:45Genoa vs Udinese3.003.252.37Bet Now
14 Mar 21 11:30Bologna vs Sampdoria2.303.403.00Bet Now
14 Mar 21 14:00Torino vs Inter Milan7.004.751.40Bet Now
14 Mar 21 14:00Parma vs Roma5.754.001.57Bet Now
14 Mar 21 17:00Cagliari vs Juventus6.505.001.40Bet Now
14 Mar 21 19:45AC Milan vs Napoli2.373.402.87Bet Now
Odds last updated on:04/03/21 06:39:52 GMT. Subjected to change

Italian football is evolving out of a state in which a single club dominated the whole. Neapolitans are stuttering, Antonio Conte’s men are continuing to thrash the opponents, Rossoneri show signs of improvement and Roma are making costly mistakes. Atalanta have rosed into the top-tier. Matchday 25 will be a trailer for the weekend thriller.

Juventus vs Spezia

Quietly lagging behind in the Scudetto race, Juventus host Spezia at Allianz Stadium to maintain their top-four status in the Italian campaign. This season Juve’s form takes a steep climb only to fall rapidly in the next few games. Unaffected by this, Cristiano Ronaldo has maintained a goal tally ‘decent’ to his calibre. Andrea Pirlo is marching in the anxiety rally every star player turned manager is taking part in world football right now. Federico Chiesa and Weston McKennie calm down their tetchy gaffer with their play. Steady and not so overconfident Spezia made quite a stir a fortnight ago against AC Milan 2-0. M’Bala Nzola has scored nine goals this season, Gyasi has been impressive lately. A point behind Genoa, a draw or a win will uplift Spezia’s stature and solidly their stay in Serie A. But the Old Lady are not so easy going and the visitors will get caught while trespassing. Juventus will have a comfortable win today.

Sassuolo vs Napoli

Sassuolo welcome Napoli to their Mapei Stadium – Citta del Tricolore on Matchday 25 of the Italian campaign. Lorenzo Insigne was present in the starting eleven last week, he showed the Neapolitans exactly what they missed. A selfless player and a threatening striker, Lorenzo Insigne made a great assist to Matteo Politano. Suffering from a rare auto-immune disease, Gennaro Gattuso tries hard to keep the Neapolitans head high. Inconsistency won’t send them up the ladder. Sassuolo are eight points behind Napoli as the victories are difficult to come by. Francesco Caputo is the Emilians’ top-scorer, Domenico Berardi has also pocketed some goals this term. A win will keep them afloat more than advancing them. Yet, the travellers have a slight edge over the hosts in this mid-week game.

Parma vs Inter

Inter left Genoa 3-0 helpless in the previous Matchday. They are ready to stun Parma at Stadio Ennio Tardini on Matchday 25 of the Italian campaign. Exploiting the 3-5-2 to a great extent in his prior clubs Juventus and Chelsea, Antonio Conte continues the run in Inter through the likes of Hakimi, Bastoni and Stefan de Vrij. Brozovic drops back to support the defence while Perisic and Darmian move up the flanks, they will implement the same idea this Thursday against Parma. Lukaku and Martinez are in splendid form, their understanding with each other and their teammates will bear fruition by the end of the season. Standing second best from the bottom, Parma snapped out of the losing run recently. The average age of the attacking front in Parma is relatively higher than the other Italian clubs. Meanwhile, the young forwards had no game-changing performances, so Roberto D’Aversa can’t be villainized. The hosts are the weaker side if not the weakest in the league, they will be brushed aside by the travellers.

AC Milan vs Udinese

Conquering the Capital club 1-2 after entering Rome with a history of two back-to-back defeats, AC Milan loosen up a bit to welcome Udinese on Matchday 25 to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. Ante Rebic is in fine form, his screamer at Rome resonates his quality and experience. His hip injury is not a cause of concern but, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who had been on and off this whole season, awaits an MRI in ten days. Till then, he won’t see the field. Milan number 10, Hakan Calhanoglu has joined the injury club with muscle issues. Stefano Pioli has to overpower all these obstacles otherwise things can go haywire too quick. Mid-table residers, Udinese have transformed defeats to rare occurrences than frequent behaviour. Friulani have won three out of their past five games, their skipper Rodrigo De Paul have delivered impressive performances in all three wins. Luca Gotti has the burden of pushing his men. Stefano Pioli is lifting the same though he will put Udinese to the sword to get some relief.

Fiorentina vs AS Roma

Plummeting towards the bottom, Fiorentina welcome AS Roma to Stadio Artemio Franchi on their way down. Roma are in dwindling form, Atalanta have edged past them recently into the promotion berth, they were humbled at home by Rossoneri in their last game. Edin Dzeko’s groin injury is a setback. Ibanez has muscle issues. The midfield is up to the mark. A whopping 28 goals scored among the midfielders, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Jordan Veretout steal the duties of forwards more often than not. Paulo Fonseca weaves a masterful offence which is a treat for the eyes. At an arm distance from relegation, Fiorentina are under immense pressure to break the chains. Dusan Vlahovic is their leading goal scorer at nine goals. Cesare Prandelli’s regime at La Viola has brought great pain for Florence natives. The darling of Florence is currently five places down from their last season finish at 15. A change of approach from Prandelli is a must, as for Wednesday, the travellers will bag three points.

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