Form Labs return with another Serie A acca betting preview and tips for week 14 of the Italian League. This week we have gone for Sassuolo, Roma and Lazio all to win at an enhanced price of 7.50! Read the preview below and take advantage of another value FanBoosts. If you are after more value then check out more enhanced odds for Serie A and from across Europe’s top leagues.
Sassuolo v Udinese Betting Tips
Udinese produced a shock win over Roma last time out in Davide Nicola’s first game in charge, but they had lost six of seven winless matches prior to that result and it’s likely to prove a one off with Roma fielding a weakened side. They’ve even lost away at 17th and 18th placed Empoli and Bologna respectively during this run, while they conceded 14 times as their defence has appeared vulnerable at best. Indeed, this is a mere continuation of their dismal form from the back end of last season and they’re actually W5-D4-L19 since early February, conceding at least twice in 20 of these games, and it will take more than a solitary victory for us to get excited about their prospects.
Sassuolo only have the one win in seven outings themselves, though four of these came against top-six teams and they’ve won four of five unbeaten matches facing teams 14th or below in the table. They’re W3-D2-L1 on home turf despite having hosted three top-six sides already, and their current position of 8th in the table hints at clear progression having finished 12th and 11th in 2016/17 and 2017/18 respectively.
Chievo v Lazio Betting Tips
Chievo have spent most of the season mired in negative points having faced a three point deduction for false accounting. However, they’ve finally in the positive following stalemates in their last two matches, though prior to that they’d lost seven on the trot and they’re still without a win this campaign as they’re cut adrift at the bottom. At home, they’ve lost five of seven outings with the two draws coming against fellow bottom-four teams Empoli and Bologna.
Lazio have also drawn their last two games, but they’ve had more difficult assignments as these came against top-half outfits Sassuolo and Milan. In fact, their fixture list of late has seen them face current top-half sides in six of their last seven outings, but they’ve coped reasonably well as they’ve gone W4-D2-L2. Their four losses since the start of the season have come against Juve, Napoli, Inter and Roma, while they’ve beaten all seven teams they’ve faced that are 10th or lower in the table.
Roma v Inter Milan Betting Tips
These two both suffered defeat midweek in the Champions League, though Roma are through to the next stage anyway, while Inter will join them in the knockouts should they do the business against PSV on the final day as Spurs falter against Barca. There are however worrying signs that Inter might repeat their terrible drop off in form that afflicted them last winter, as they’ve now just tasted victory once in their last four and even that was at home to Frosinone. Indeed, they’ve now lost three of their last four on their travels, with the most alarming result a 4-1 humiliation at Atalanta, while they have a challenging schedule with Juve, PSV and Napoli to face in addition to Roma within their next six.
Roma have had the better of the head-to-head meetings between these two since 2011/12 as they’re W8-D5-L3 across all competitions, and that will give them some much needed encouragement following on from their defeat at Udinese last week as well as a brewing injury crisis. They can also be relatively pleased with the general performance hosting Real Madrid on Tuesday as they laid siege to their opponents’ goal in the early stages, with Cengiz Under missing a glorious chance, while they gifted Real their opener as Los Blancos were made to work hard for clear cut chances. Ultimately, Gareth Bale proved the difference, and there are few players in Serie A who can match that kind of star quality. Roma have won four of their last six at home as they’ve netted 19 times, and with 10 different goalscorers across these games, the potential absence of Edin Dzeko doesn’t have to be all defining.
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