Serie A Predictions & Tips

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Italy Serie A

Sat 13, Jan Sat 13 14:00
14:00 Genoa v Torino
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14:00 Napoli v Salernitana
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17:00 Verona v Empoli
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19:45 Monza v Inter Milan
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Sun 14, Jan Sun 14 11:00
11:30 Lazio v Lecce
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14:00 Cagliari v Bologna
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17:00 Fiorentina v Udinese
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19:45 AC Milan v Roma
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Mon 15, Jan Mon 15 19:00
Tue 16, Jan Tue 16 19:00
Wed 17, Jan
No games scheduled
Thu 18, Jan
No games scheduled
Fri 19, Jan
No games scheduled
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Get our best predictions throughout each season in Serie A, the top-tier professional football league in Italy. It is one of the most interesting and historically significant football leagues in the world with a reputation for tactical discipline.

Italian football is deeply intertwined with the country's culture with passion for calcio (football) a fundamental part of Italian life. One of the oldest football leagues, the league is renowned for its tactical sophistication and defensive prowess. 

Serie A features some of the most historic and successful football clubs in the world including Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Roma, Lazio, Fiorentina and Napoli. Legends like Paolo Maldini, Alessandro Del Piero, Francesco Totti and Cristiano Ronaldo have played in the league which adds to its allure.

Serie A clubs have historically performed well in European competitions including the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League, contributing to Italy's strong footballing reputation.

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Betting on Serie A

Betting on the Serie A offers plenty of opportunities due to the reputation the league has for defensive football. There are many high-scoring matches, analysing teams' attacking and defensive capabilities can lead to profitable bets on BTTS and total goals.

Successful betting on the Serie A requires plenty of research, analysis, and an understanding of the betting markets including the odds. Identify factors such as team and player form, managers, injuries and head-to-head statistics.


Watch Serie A highlights at the official youtube channel where you can also see special features and documentaries about your favourite players and teams.

Live Streaming

Serie A live streaming is an exciting way to watch all the action in Italy. Watch football anywhere you have a digital device and a sufficient internet connection.

Choose a streaming service or platform that offers Serie A coverage. Many sports networks and broadcasters such as ESPN, BT Sport, Fox Sports, beIN Sports secure rights.

There are also specific streaming platforms including DAZN which may have rights to broadcast Serie A matches in certain regions.

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Keep up to date with all the news from the Serie A. The official website is a primary source for all news and updates which includes match reports, statistics, fixtures, highlights and team news.

Many sports news websites have dedicated sections for the Serie A with popular options including:

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  • Sky Sports
  • Bleacher Report
  • Eurosport

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Serie A has a rich and storied history dating back to the founding of the Italian Football Federation (Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio or FIGC) in 1898.

Football clubs in Italy began organising regional competitions, but it wasn't until 1929 that Serie A was officially established as a national top-flight league.

Italy won the 1966 FIFA World Cup and Serie A clubs including Juventus, AC Milan, and Inter Milan started to perform well in European competitions. During the 1970s and 1980s the league became known for its tactical sophistication and defensive prowess.

The 1990s are considered Serie A's golden era when AC Milan, managed by Arrigo Sacchi and later Fabio Capello, dominated domestically and in Europe. Juventus became a powerhouse led by players like Roberto Baggio and Alessandro Del Piero.

The 1990s also saw the emergence of top foreign stars like Diego Maradona and Gabriel Batistuta.

Serie A continued to be a competitive league in the early 2000s, but faced challenges due to financial issues and a match-fixing scandal in 2006 known as "Calciopoli." Juventus was relegated to Serie B for their involvement in the scandal.

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