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Serie A Betting Tips

Here at Bet UK, we have a wide range of online betting markets for the Italian Serie A. Whether you're looking for goals, cards or corners, you'll be able to find a plethora of odds surrounding your desired topic. If you're looking for Serie A betting, then be sure to check out our designated page, although, if you're looking for betting tips, check out our latest set below.

Serie A weekend betting tips acca

Italy's Serie A was home to one of the most pulsating title races in Europe last season and it has not disappointed this campaign either.

Napoli continue to lead the way at the top of Serie A and they are now the only unbeaten team in the division following Atalanta's loss to Lazio last weekend.

I Partenopei will be looking to maintain their place at the summit when they welcome Sassuolo to Stadio Diego Armando Maradona on Saturday, but do they feature as one of our selections for this weekend’s Serie A accumulator?

Napoli v Sassuolo (Saturday, 14:00)

There is arguably not a more in-form team in Europe at the moment than Napoli, with Luciano Spalletti's side not only unbeaten in their 16 matches across all competitions this term, but they have also won 12 games on the spin.

Napoli have built much of their success on their attacking flair, as no team has scored more goals in Serie A than I Partenopei (26), although that can leave them susceptible at the back, as they have conceded in three of their last four home fixtures domestically.

That could open the door for visitors Sassulo to get on the scoresheet on Saturday, as they have netted in six matches on the spin, as well as in their last two meetings with Napoli.

Last season's corresponding fixture ended in a 6-1 win for Napoli, and although a similarly emphatic victory may be a lot to ask this time around, the hosts will still expect to pick up the three points, although do not be surprised if Sassuolo do grab a goal.

Napoli to win and both teams to score: 29/20

Empoli v Atalanta (Sunday, 11:30)

Atalanta's unbeaten start to the campaign may have been ended last weekend, but Gian Piero Gasperini's side are still in good nick, particularly away from home where they have picked up four wins and a draw from five fixtures to date.

La Dea will be on the road once again on Sunday when they travel to Stadio Carlo Castellani to take on an Empoli side that only have one home win to their name this season.

This is a contest that Atalanta will expect to win and they will draw confidence from their last trip to Empoli, which ended in a 4-1 victory just over 12 months ago.

Atalanta to win: 3/4

Cremonese v Udinese (Sunday, 14:00)

After a flying start to the season, the wheels have just threatened to come off for Udinese over recent weeks following a four-match winless run that includes back-to-back home defeats to Monza in the cup and Torino in Serie A.

However, I Bianconeri have the perfect opportunity to return to winning ways on Sunday when they visit bottom of the table Cremonese, who are yet to win since returning to the top-flight.

It has certainly been a difficult return to Serie A for Cremonese, who have picked up just a solitary point from their five home games to date. Udinese should win this and in doing so extend their unbeaten away run to five matches.

Udinese to win 4/5

Monza v Bologna (Monday, 19:45)

Monza will be aiming to win a third home match on the bounce when they welcome poor travellers Bologna to the U-Power Stadium in one of two matches being played in Serie A on Monday.

Raffaele Palladino's side appear to be settling into life in the top flight, winning four of their last six games after an initial slow start, and they will fancy their chances of beating a Bologna outfit that have picked up just one point from their five away fixtures to date this term.

Bologna's poor away record actually stretches back beyond this season, as they have only won once in Serie A on the road this calendar year, with those struggles looking set to continue against Monza.

Monza to win: 59/50

Serie A Markets

Here at Bet UK, we have a vast range of betting markets for the Serie A season, meaning that you can either place a bet outright or check out our live betting options. You can find all the Serie A markets with a definition below:

Finishing Position - Place a bet on where a side will finish at the end of the season. Whether this is as title winners, relegation or the battle for a fourth-place finish and entry into other competitions.

Bet Builders - Combine a number of markets together to create one bet on a Serie A match. This popular football bet type will commonly feature in our best tips. If you're looking to learn more about Bet Builders, check out our guide to creating bet builders.

Match Result - Bet on the outcome of a match, these bets can include additional elements such as double chance, draw no bet and half-time/full-time bets.

Goals - Bet on the number of goals scored over a specific time period, will both teams score or not? You can find our selections for this bet in our btts tips 2022.

Asian Handicap - If you think a game is going to be one-sided, you can check out the Asian Handicap to give one side a unique advantage. In recent years, games between top teams and smaller clubs have been close contests, meaning the odds for Asian Handicaps have been very good.

If you're unsure on how the Asian Handicap works, check out our Asian Handicap guide

Serie A Winners

Club Trophies Runners-Up Last Win
Juventus 36 21 2019/2020
Inter Milan 19 15 2020/2021
AC Milan 18 16 2010/2011
Genoa 9 4 1923/1924
Pro Vercelli 7 1 1921/1922
Bologna 7 4 1963/1964
Torino 7 8 1975/1976
Roma 3 14 2000/2001

Fans of modern-day Italian football may be confused as to the success of Pro Vercelli in the early 1900s. They're the only team on this list who weren't in the Serie A for the 2021/22 season. The other seven clubs have decorated pasts and although many aren't as successful as they may have wished, they are still established sides known by most outside of Italy. You may notice some reputable clubs that aren't on this list, they've been clubs that have consistently been in the top positions in the league and subsequently featured in the Champions League.

Serie A Club Details

Club Coach Region Stadium (Cap)
AC Milan Stefano Pioli Lombardy San Siro (75,923)
Atalanta Gian Gasperini Lombardy Gewiss Stadium (25,000)
Bologna Siniša Mihajlović Emilia-Romagna Stadio Dall'Aram (36,462)
Cagliari Walter Mazzarri Sardinia Sardegna Arena (16,416)
Empoli Aurelio Andreazzoli Tuscany Stadio Carlo Castellani (16,284)
Fiorentina Vincenzo Italiano Tuscany Stadio Artemio Franchi (45,000)
Hellas Verona Igor Tudor Veneto Stadio Marcantonio (39,371)
Inter Milan Simone Inzaghi Lombardy San Siro (75,923)
Juventus Massimiliano Allegri Piedmont Allianz Stadium (41,507)
Lazio Maurizio Sarri Lazio Stadio Olimpico (70,634)
Leece Marco Baroni Apulia Via del Mare (31,533)
Napoli Luciano Spalletti Campania Stadio Diego Maradona (54,726)
Roma Jose Mourinho Lazio Stadio Olimpico (70,634)
Sampdoria Marco Giampaolo Liguria Stadio Luigi Ferraris (36,599)
Sassuolo Alessio Dionisi Emilia-Romagna Reggio Emilia (23,717)
Spezia Thiago Motta Liguria Stadio Alberto Picco (11,512)
Torino Ivan Jurić Piedmont Stadio Olimpico Grande (28,958)
Udinese To be Confirmed* Friuli Venezia Stadio Friuli (25,144)
  • Udinese currently have a caretaker coach - Gabriele Cioffi.

Serie A FAQs

Q. Who has won Serie A the most?

Juventus have won Serie A the most since the competition was created, they have won the title 36 times while none of their rivals have won the competition more than 20 times.

Q. How many Serie A teams qualify for the Champions League?

Similarly to the Premier League, four teams receive Champions League Qualification at the end of the season, these are the top four clubs in the league who receive a significant boost to their transfer budget going into the summer transfer window.

Want to know find out what teams are going to qualify for the champions league next season? Check out our football betting tips for tips on the top five leagues in Europe.

Q. Who are the biggest teams in the second tier of Italian football?

Domestically, if you go off the history of the club, Pro Vercelli have the biggest history domestically. However, before Parma went bankrupt in 2015 and became Parma Calcio 1913, they were incredibly well-known due to their popularity in the 90s, thus making them one of the biggest teams outside of the Italian top tier.

Q. Who won Serie A last season?

Inter Milan won the 2020/21 Serie A title with a total of 91 points. This was their first title since 2009/10 when Antonio Conte became the first manager since Jose Mourinho to win a title at Inter and subsequently saw the end of Juventus' 9-year reign as champions of Italy as they bested a Juventus side featuring Cristiano Ronaldo.

Q. How do Serie A sides typically fair in the Champions League?

Inter Milan were the last side to win the Champions League in 2010. Since then, Italian teams have struggled in the competition, the old lady - Juventus have made two finals but they were beaten easily by Spanish opposition on both occasions. Italian teams have typically struggled against teams such as Paris Saint Germain as they find the step-up in quality difficult.# Serie A Betting Tips

Here at Bet UK, we have a wide range of online betting markets for the Italian Serie A. Whether you're looking for goals, cards or corners, you'll be able to find a plethora of odds surrounding your desired topic. If you're looking for Serie A betting, then be sure to check out our designated page, although, if you're looking for betting tips, check out our latest set below.

Serie A Betting Tips: Week 6 Acca

Last week’s action saw Atalanta continue their Serie A dominance, while Napoli, AC Milan and Juventus all maintained their unbeaten starts to the season. As matchday six rolls around, we line up our selections for this weekend’s accumulator.

Napoli v Spezia (Saturday, 14:00)

Our picks kick off with Saturday’s early fixture in which Napoli host Spezia, looking to ride the wave of momentum sparked by their thumping 4-1 victory over Liverpool in midweek.

Currently sat second in the early table after three wins and two draws from their opening five fixtures, the Partonopei have table-topping Atalanta clearly in their sights just two points beyond them.

However, at the same time they cannot afford to take their foot off the gas. AC Milan sit level on points with them, with the outsider trio of Udinese, Roma and Torino breathing down their necks.

One name that proved conspicuous by its absence from the scoresheet in Wednesday night’s Champions League affair was that of Khvicha Kvaratskhelia. The Georgian winger – a bargain buy this summer from Dinamo Batumi, with the fee thought to be in the region of a meagre 10 million euros – has scored four goals already in five domestic appearances, with a ‘Kvaradona’ double or better against a struggling Spezia side, winless in four, priced at 7/1.

Kvicha Kvaratskhelia to score at least 2 goals @ 7/1

Lecce v Monza (Sunday, 14:00)

Next, we cast a glance to the foot of the Serie A table, where Monza languish having failed to pick up a point from their opening five fixtures. Fast becoming the whipping boys of the Italian top flight, Giovanni Stroppa’s side have a major opportunity to get on the board when they travel to fellow winless newbies Lecce on Sunday afternoon.

Only four points separated the pair at the end of term in Serie B, and though draws with Empoli and, impressively, Napoli, have served to keep Lecce out of the bottom three on goal difference, their situation remains precarious.

Lecce have scored just three goals thus far to Monza’s two, and given that the travelling side are yet to come up against anyone outside the current top six, their true capabilities against teams of a similar level to themselves remain unknown. Odds of 23/10 say the encounter ends all square.

Draw @ 23/10

Juventus v Salernitana (Sunday, 19:45)

A Parisian heavyweight clash in midweek went against the Old Lady as Juventus were undone by PSG on opening night in the Champions League. However, an unbeaten record in the league is something Massimiliano Allegri and his charges will be desperate to maintain – even if it has come courtesy of two victories and three draws. Though Juve have struggled to grind out victories so far this campaign, their strength in defence has been clear to see – the Bianconeri have shipped just two goals all season, with only Roma and Fiorentina managing to breach their backline.

The flow of goals has been unsteady for Sunday night’s visitors, Salernitana. The thrashing of out-of-form Sampdoria two weeks ago proved an anomaly, with the side from Salerno’s last two outings bringing stalemates against modest opponents Bologna and Empoli. In fact, in their two away matches to date, Davide Nicola’s men have found the net just once.

Juventus Stadium represents one of the most difficult destinations for a side looking to end a goal drought on the road, and a home win to nil is available at 11/10.

Juventus to win to nil – @11/10

(Acca Value - 55/1)

Serie A Markets

Here at Bet UK, we have a vast range of betting markets for the Serie A season, meaning that you can either place a bet outright or check out our live betting options. You can find all the Serie A markets with a definition below:

Finishing Position - Place a bet on where a side will finish at the end of the season. Whether this is as title winners, relegation or the battle for a fourth-place finish and entry into other competitions.

Bet Builders - Combine a number of markets together to create one bet on a Serie A match. This popular football bet type will commonly feature in our best tips. If you're looking to learn more about Bet Builders, check out our guide to creating bet builders.

Match Result - Bet on the outcome of a match, these bets can include additional elements such as double chance, draw no bet and half-time/full-time bets.

Goals - Bet on the number of goals scored over a specific time period, will both teams score or not? You can find our selections for this bet in our btts tips 2022.

Asian Handicap - If you think a game is going to be one-sided, you can check out the Asian Handicap to give one side a unique advantage. In recent years, games between top teams and smaller clubs have been close contests, meaning the odds for Asian Handicaps have been very good.

If you're unsure on how the Asian Handicap works, check out our Asian Handicap guide

Serie A Winners

Club Trophies Runners-Up Last Win
Juventus 36 21 2019/2020
Inter Milan 19 15 2020/2021
AC Milan 18 16 2010/2011
Genoa 9 4 1923/1924
Pro Vercelli 7 1 1921/1922
Bologna 7 4 1963/1964
Torino 7 8 1975/1976
Roma 3 14 2000/2001

Fans of modern-day Italian football may be confused as to the success of Pro Vercelli in the early 1900s. They're the only team on this list who weren't in the Serie A for the 2021/22 season. The other seven clubs have decorated pasts and although many aren't as successful as they may have wished, they are still established sides known by most outside of Italy. You may notice some reputable clubs that aren't on this list, they've been clubs that have consistently been in the top positions in the league and subsequently featured in the Champions League.

Serie A Club Details

Club Coach Region Stadium (Cap)
AC Milan Stefano Pioli Lombardy San Siro (75,923)
Atalanta Gian Gasperini Lombardy Gewiss Stadium (25,000)
Bologna Siniša Mihajlović Emilia-Romagna Stadio Dall'Aram (36,462)
Cagliari Walter Mazzarri Sardinia Sardegna Arena (16,416)
Empoli Aurelio Andreazzoli Tuscany Stadio Carlo Castellani (16,284)
Fiorentina Vincenzo Italiano Tuscany Stadio Artemio Franchi (45,000)
Hellas Verona Igor Tudor Veneto Stadio Marcantonio (39,371)
Inter Milan Simone Inzaghi Lombardy San Siro (75,923)
Juventus Massimiliano Allegri Piedmont Allianz Stadium (41,507)
Lazio Maurizio Sarri Lazio Stadio Olimpico (70,634)
Leece Marco Baroni Apulia Via del Mare (31,533)
Napoli Luciano Spalletti Campania Stadio Diego Maradona (54,726)
Roma Jose Mourinho Lazio Stadio Olimpico (70,634)
Sampdoria Marco Giampaolo Liguria Stadio Luigi Ferraris (36,599)
Sassuolo Alessio Dionisi Emilia-Romagna Reggio Emilia (23,717)
Spezia Thiago Motta Liguria Stadio Alberto Picco (11,512)
Torino Ivan Jurić Piedmont Stadio Olimpico Grande (28,958)
Udinese To be Confirmed* Friuli Venezia Stadio Friuli (25,144)
  • Udinese currently have a caretaker coach - Gabriele Cioffi.

Serie A FAQs

Q. Who has won Serie A the most?

Juventus have won Serie A the most since the competition was created, they have won the title 36 times while none of their rivals have won the competition more than 20 times.

Q. How many Serie A teams qualify for the Champions League?

Similarly to the Premier League, four teams receive Champions League Qualification at the end of the season, these are the top four clubs in the league who receive a significant boost to their transfer budget going into the summer transfer window.

Want to know find out what teams are going to qualify for the champions league next season? Check out our football betting tips for tips on the top five leagues in Europe.

Q. Who are the biggest teams in the second tier of Italian football?

Domestically, if you go off the history of the club, Pro Vercelli have the biggest history domestically. However, before Parma went bankrupt in 2015 and became Parma Calcio 1913, they were incredibly well-known due to their popularity in the 90s, thus making them one of the biggest teams outside of the Italian top tier.

Q. Who won Serie A last season?

Inter Milan won the 2020/21 Serie A title with a total of 91 points. This was their first title since 2009/10 when Antonio Conte became the first manager since Jose Mourinho to win a title at Inter and subsequently saw the end of Juventus' 9-year reign as champions of Italy as they bested a Juventus side featuring Cristiano Ronaldo.

Q. How do Serie A sides typically fair in the Champions League?

Inter Milan were the last side to win the Champions League in 2010. Since then, Italian teams have struggled in the competition, the old lady - Juventus have made two finals but they were beaten easily by Spanish opposition on both occasions. Italian teams have typically struggled against teams such as Paris Saint Germain as they find the step-up in quality difficult.