Serie A continues Boxing Day and we have another enhanced acca featuring Lazio, Juventus and Roma all to win in week 18 of the Italian League. Form labs bring you their betting preview and tips for the three featured games and don’t forget to check out more enhanced odds for Serie A and from around Europe’s top leagues.
Bologna v Lazio Betting Tips
Lazio may have made slow starts in their eight road trips to date, never leading at the break in any of them, but they’ve still won three of four unbeaten matches at bottom-half outfits. In fact, they’ve won 11 of 14 unbeaten encounters with such teams since the beginning of last season, netting at least twice in 12 of these, including a victory for Simone Inzaghi’s team here last term.
Bologna haven’t exactly excelled at home this season with just two victories from eight matches, while they’ve failed to find the net in half of these games. Having gone W1-D6-L21 against Juve, Napoli, Inter, Roma, Milan and Lazio since 2016/17, we expect the visitors to take the full three points.
Atalanta v Juventus Betting Tips
Atalanta have acquitted themselves well over their past three home games as they’ve beaten Inter and Lazio, as well as earning a draw with Napoli. However, Juve are a different beast and they’ve emerged victorious in 19 of 21 unbeaten matches against Atalanta since 2009/10 in all competitions, winning to nil in each of the three clashes that have come during 2018 so far.
The Old Lady have taken maximum points on their travels up until this stage and have only conceded once in their last six away, suggesting that the single strike should do it for Massimiliano Allegri’s men. However, they’ll probably exceed that output having netted at least twice in all but one of these games, with the exception in the Turin derby as Torino have produced one of the better defensive records in Serie A this term, limiting the Bianconeri to a 1-0 win.
Roma v Sassuolo Betting Tips
Sassuolo haven’t picked up too many wins over the past few months, but while they’ve been more efficient on the road, their three away wins this term have come at SPAL and the bottom two – Frosinone and Chievo. The visitors hold a W2-D3-L9 record away to Juve, Inter, Milan, Roma, Napoli or Lazio since 2016/17, which while not absolutely awful, is hardly exceptional either. However, they’ve lost three of four winless fixtures with teams 12th or above in the table this term, with the draw coming against Sampdoria, hinting at their inability to mix it with the better sides.
Despite their problems this season, Roma are actually a decent W6-D1-L2 over their last nine at the Stadio Olimpico across all competitions since late September. They haven’t lacked goals either, with each of those victories seeing them register at least three times on the board, while all but one of those victories saw them triumph by at least two clear goals – as have Roma in three of their last five meetings with Sassuolo, winning four of these.
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