Betting features for the Serie A
Low-scoring performances in the Serie A
Many people mistakingly think, that Serie A is a grassroots league, in which every now and then it is a good idea to play the“total under” market. This is no longer the case, and the low results stayed in the past.
Right now, Serie A is a really productive league, in which teams know how to and like to score many goals.
In recent years it has not been rare for Serie A to get ahead of the the other leading European leagues in terms of the number of goals scored in a season.
High Number of Cards
This factor can be explained by the physicality and ruthlessness of the defenders, along with the number of principled derbies within the Italian league.
The important and valued derbies in Serie A:
- Inter - Juventus (Italy derby)
- Juventus - Torino (Turin Derby)
- Inter Milan - A.C. Milan (Milan Derby)
- Roma - Lazio (Roman Derby)
- Sampdoria - Genoa (Derby of the Lantern)
The Phenomenon That is “Juventus”
Juventus has been the permanent leader of Italian football for all of its history. “Old Signora” traditionally looks powerful in home competitions, winning on a regular basis.
It is worth noting that the odds for Juventus to win the league are very low before the start of each season.
As it stands right now, Juventus has won Serie A eight seasons in a row, starting in the 2011-12 season. The last champion other than Juventus was AC Milan, who won it in the 2010-11 season.
How to choose bets on Serie A
Almost all legal American bookmakers offer bets on the games in Serie A.
You can place bets on any outcome from the traditional bets on the victory of the match to the time interval, in which will the first substitution will be made in the game.
Higher up on this page there is posted all the necessary information for bets on games in the Italian Serie A: including tournament brackets, schedule of games and the best odds on the season’s upcoming games.
In addition, every user has access to free predictions from Legalbet experts and handicappers.
On each game’s page, there will be the actual starting lineups for each team, game results, statistics from previous games and more.
Serie A, is the highest division in Italian football leagues. Starting from the 2004/2005 season 20 clubs participate in Serie A.
The season runs from August until May. Every team meets with the others two times, once at home and the once away.
Therefore, each team plays 38 games in a season.