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Serie A Betting Odds

| 07.07.2010

For bettors interested in Serie A betting, Ladbrokes offer a comprehensive range of Serie A betting odds, from the favourites Inter Milan, right down to lowly outsiders Lecce.

Ladbrokes’ price of 6/5 means that Inter Milan have the favourite odds to win Serie A, and having won the title for five successive seasons, the Nerazzurri are among the most convincing Serie A bets.

Despite losing Jose Mourinho to Real Madrid, Rafa Benitez has made a decent enough start as manager and in Samuel Eto’o they have one of the form strikers in world football.

Rivals AC Milan have been busy in the transfer market boosting their attacking line with the captures of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Robinho.

They definitely have the firepower to win Serie A at 6/4, but much will depend on whether their ageing midfield and fragile defence can keep things tight.

Roma finished second last season, but they have drifted to 14/1 after a disappointing start to the campaign, which has seen them sit seventh from bottom of the Serie A table after eight games.

Juventus are still trying to adjust their style to that wanted by new manager Luigi Del Nero and it may take time for their various summer acquisitions to gel.

They are 11/2 to win Serie A this season.

Of the outsiders, Napoli and Genoa have both quietly improved their squads over the summer and are 33/1 and 150/1 to cause a surprise and take the title.

However, Lazio have impressed the most so far to lead the way and they can still be backed at 28/1 to retain their position come the end of the season.

Brescia currently sit 13th despite being promoted from Serie B last season. They are 1000/1 to win Serie A. See the complete Serie A winners market.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.