Serie A Betting – Week 9
Bologna Vs Empoli
These two teams have met eight times in Serie A; the Tuscans won for the first time in the last meeting (2-0 at home in May 2004) – previously, they had lost three times and drawn four.
All three of Bologna’s wins against Empoli in Serie A have come at home, with one draw in the only other match played at the Dall’Ara.
Only Juventus (18) and Inter (15) have picked up more points than Bologna and Empoli (13 apiece) in Serie A over the last six games since Donadoni took over.
Bologna: W3 D1 L1 | Empoli: W3 D1 L1
Carpi Vs Juventus
Carpi and Juventus have never met in Serie A; however, the Bianconeri have won the last two times they have played at the Braglia in the top-flight (1-0 in 2002 and 2-0 in 2003).
Juventus are in a run of six consecutive wins in Serie A – on the other hand, Carpi have won only once over this period (away at Genoa), failing to find the net four times in the process.
This will be the game between the teams to have conceded the fewest (Juventus, six) and the most (Carpi, 27) goals from inside the box in the league this term.
Carpi: W3 D1 L1 | Juventus: W4 L1
Atalanta Vs Napoli
Napoli have won only two of the last eight Serie A clashes against Atalanta (D3, L3), both at the San Paolo.
The Partenopei are winless at Atalanta since January 2010 (D2, L2): 2-0 with Quagliarella and Pazienza on the score sheet, causing Antonio Conte’s resignation.
Atalanta have won five of their seven home games played in Serie A this season (D1, L1).
Atalanta: W2 L3 | Napoli: W3 D1 L1
Fiorentina Vs Chievo
Fiorentina and Chievo have drawn two times in 22 games: the Viola have won 15 times (L5). Fiorentina have won the last five Serie A meetings with Chievo, scoring at least two goals in every match.
Fiorentina have only failed to score at home against Chievo twice in 11 meetings.
Fiorentina: W2 D1 L2 | Chievo: W3 L2
Hellas Verona Vs Sassuolo
Verona have won three of their four Serie A meetings against Sassuolo, including the two played at the Bentegodi.
Verona have scored in all their four games against Sassuolo: eight goals, on average two per match.
Verona have lost their last four home league games, and they have not scored a goal: they have never lost five consecutive home Serie A games.
Hellas: W1 D1 L3 | Sassuolo: W2 D1 L2
Roma Vs Genoa
Roma have won six of their last seven league games against Genoa: Genoa’s only win in that run was in May 2014.
The Giallorossi have won all of their last nine home Serie A meetings against Genoa, scoring 24 goals (2.7 per game).
Roma have won only one of their last six league games (D3, L2).
Roma: D3 L2 | Genoa: W1 L4
Frosinone Vs Ac Milan
Milan and Frosinone have never met in Serie A or Serie B. In their last six league games Frosinone have conceded at least two goals. Frosinone have lost three of their last four league games.
Frosinone: W1 D1 L3 | Genoa: W3 D2
Sampdoria Vs Palermo
Sampdoria’s last win against Palermo came 10 games ago: five draws (included two 1-1 draws last season) and five win for the Rosanero.
In the last eight games against Palermo, Sampdoria have never scored more than one single goal.
Sampdoria have gained only two points in their last five home games against Palermo.
Sampdoria: D1 L4 | Palermo: W1 D1 L3
Torino Vs Udinese
Udinese won their last meeting against Torino after three consecutive wins for the Granata. In that game Udinese scored the same number of goals they scored in the previous seven meetings against Torino.
Torino have not conceded in their last four home games against Udinese (W3, D1).
Torino: W3 D1 L1 | Udinese: W2 L3
Inter Milan Vs Lazio
Inter and Lazio have met 144 times in Serie A: inter have won 59 games and lost 33 (D52). Inter stays unbeaten in their last three games against Lazio (W2, D1): with the previous four games won by the Biancocelesti.
The last three games between this two sides have seen 12 goals scored.
Inter Milan: W4 L1 | Lazio: W1 D2 L2