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Odds to Win Serie A: Juventus Favored Ahead Of Season

Odds to Win Serie A

The odds to win the Italian Serie A championship are fluctuating every day ahead of a 2020-21 season that promises to be a fantastic year of action. Last year, Maurizio Sarri led Juventus to its latest title, proving the Serie A sports betting odds correct, although what could have been a procession eventually saw the “Old Lady” of Italian football come in just one point ahead of Internationale.

This year’s Serie A odds have Inter Milan, managed by Antonio Conte, much closer to Juventus, which now has former player Andrea Pirlo at the helm. Who’ll seal the title this year, and which other sides in Serie A could surprise you along the way? Let’s take a look at the current Serie A title odds.  

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Odds to Win The 2020-21 Serie A Championship
Inter Milan+190
AC Milan+2500
AS Roma+3300

Odds as of September 1 at Bovada

The Top Two 

It’s hard to see beyond Juventus and Inter Milan in the race for the title, with both teams looking like they have balanced squads ready for the season ahead. Despite rumors to the contrary, it looks like Cristiano Ronaldo will once again don the black and white in a bid to secure another league title – and he’ll hope a Champions League victory – before retirement.

Despite Juventus’ obvious strengths with weapons such as Ronaldo and defensive prowess in the form of players such as Matthijs de Ligt, we’d say that its odds of -115 to retain the title look less appealing than the +190 on offer for Inter Milan to do so. 

Antonio Conte has molded Inter Milan into his image, a hard-working side that never gives up and which looks consistent at every position. If the season had gone on two weeks longer, we think Inter would have nicked it, and with players such as Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez in the side, they will often outscore opponents who are tricky. 

Back Inter Milan for the title but also keep an eye on both teams in-play as they are highly backable for three points if they go behind, something which happens more often than you might imagine. 

The Challengers 

While clubs like Atalanta (+1200) and Napoli (+1000) are both expected to challenge, we don’t see either side quite competing for the Serie A title. Despite that, however, there are numerous bets involving either side that we’d still recommend you take. 

Napoli is -150 to make the Champions League places, but we’d prefer to take the -138 that Atalanta makes that cut, even if it does lose talented Belgian fullback Timothy Castagne to Leicester City, which looks highly likely to happen given he’s in the last year of his contract in Italy. 

If Inter Milan gets off to any sort of fractious start to the season, then backing Atalanta to win “without Juventus” at +600 is a great bet to chase during the second half of the season where its attacking play really came to the fire in 2019-20.

Outsiders to Bet On

One of our favorite bets outside last year’s top four is the +600 on offer that Lazio’s Ciro Immobile is the top scorer. Even if he moves to another side in Serie A, it’s a great bet, with the 30-year-old having scored 39 goals in 44 appearances last season. 

Elsewhere, we like the look of Parma at +175 to finish in the top 10, with exciting right-winger Yann Karamoh likely to have a career-defining season after making the permanent move from Inter Milan. 

It’s very hard to look beyond the three teams who are odds-on to be relegated to Serie B this season in Spezia, Benevento and Crotone, but Genoa would worry me if I was supporting it, and at +250 might be worth a nibble in terms of relegation. 

Ultimately, while Serie A could yet be a two-horse race, it looks to be another very exciting season, with lots of value along the way and no certainties in terms of the betting odds. Pick your winner and you’ll have nine exciting months to see whether you end up on the right side of some black and white decisions to make. 

Think that’s pressure? Imagine how Andrea Pirlo is feeling right now.