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  • Thursday, October 18th, 2018

    Serie A Frosinone vs Empoli Preview

    By Jonathan Willis Last season was a great one for both Frosinone and Empoli. Both clubs have been in the lower tiers of Italian football for much of their history, with Frosinone only spending one season in Serie A and Empoli spending just 12 seasons in the top flight prior to this year. Empoli and Frosinone both   More

  • Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

    Odds to Win Serie A Update

    By Jonathan Willis It seems a mere formality that Juventus are going to win their eighth straight Serie A title this season. We’re only a little more than 20 percent of the way through the regular season, but Juventus are already six points clear of their closest competitor. To add even more distance, Juventus beat that same competitor, Napoli, by a margin of 3-1 just a couple weeks ago, and that has given them a pretty strong edge in terms of goal differential too.   More

  • Two teams that are off to surprisingly good starts will face off in the Serie A Game of the Week in the United States this Sunday. Genoa are starting to cautiously think about a spot in Europe after a great start to the season. They are sitting in sixth place with 12 points through the first month of play, and they have a goal scoring machine in Krzysztof Piatek.   More

  • Thursday, September 27th, 2018

    Serie A Chievo Verona vs Torino Preview

    By Jonathan Willis These are harrowing times for Chievo Verona. The club’s rags-to-riches success story is in danger, and they face an uphill battle to avoid relegation. Chievo Verona have been the darlings of Italian football, Serie A for the last two decades. They were founded in the early 1930s and played only at the regional level for more   More

  • Thursday, September 20th, 2018

    Serie A Frosinone vs Juventus Preview

    By Jonathan Willis This Sunday, we will see the best team in Italy take on the worst team when Juventus travels to play Frosinone. Juventus is on top of the Serie A table with the full 12 points through four matches, and the kings of Italy are well on their way to an eighth straight domestic title. On the other end of the spectrum,   More

  • Sassuolo have proven that they belong in Serie A over these last six seasons. The club was promoted to the top flight of Italian soccer for the first time ever back in 2013-14, and they have been out to prove their place since that year. They made it into European play for the first time ever as the result of their 2015-16 domestic campaign.   More

  • There’s plenty of reason for optimism at Napoli, even though everyone just assumes Juventus will claim their eighth straight Serie A title. Napoli finished with 91 points last season, a total that would have been good enough to win the league in most years. They finished just four points behind the eventual champions and were well ahead of the rest of the pack.   More

  • Lazio must be wondering what they did to upset the Serie A schedule makers. The Rome-based club opened their season with Napoli last weekend, and they will face Juventus on the road this weekend. Juventus and Napoli finished last season as the top two teams in Italian soccer and playing these teams in back-to-back weeks to start the year hardly seems fair.   More

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