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Serie A is a professional league competition for football clubs located at the top of the Italian football league system and has been operating for over eighty years since the 1929-30 season. It had been organized by Lega Calcio until 2010, but a new league, the Lega Serie A, was created for the 2010–11 season. The competition is made up of 20 teams. The team with the most championships winning is Juventus, who have won 35 titles, followed by Milan with 18 titles. Bet the odds and win easily with Betcris.

Past Serie A champions;
2008–09: Internazionale 2009–10: Internazionale 2010–11: Milan
2011–12: Juventus 2012–13: Juventus 2013–14: Juventus
2014–15: Juventus 2015–16: Juventus 2016–17: Juventus
2017–18: Juventus 2018–19: Juventus

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By Jonathan Willis

Bet Italian Serie A odds at Betcris during the last few weeks of the regular season. Juventus are once again heavy favorites to win the league, but there is plenty on the line between now and the final matchday on August 2.

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The more things change, the more they stay the same. Juventus are in commanding position to claim their ninth straight scudetto with a few weeks left in the season. The Old Lady are now eight points clear of second-place Lazio with six matches to play, and it’s unlikely they surrender that lead. That would give Juventus an incredible 36 Italian football titles, which would be just as many as the two Milan clubs have won combined over their proud histories.

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Juventus won four straight matches after the restart, and all of those victories came by at least two goals. They struggled in the second week of July though, blowing a 2-0 lead to AC Milan in a 4-2 defeat, and they followed that up with a very fortunate draw at home against Atalanta. A victory over Lazio in Allianz Stadium on July 20 would all but wrap up another league title for the club, as their only other remaining game against a top opponent in their season finale with Roma.

Lazio have completely collapsed over the last few weeks. This club was once four points behind Juventus and appeared to be a real contender, but Le Aquile has dropped four of six matches since the league returned to play. While losses to Atalanta and AC Milan weren’t too surprising, defeats at the hands of Lecce and Sassuolo were the nails in the coffin for this club’s chances. Don’t pity this club too much though, as they will at least return to the Champions League for the first time in five years.


It’s exhilarating to watch Atalanta play their wide-open style in a league that has long been known for its aversion to an offense. This club has scored almost 20 more goals than anyone else in Serie A, and their goal differential is by far the best in the top flight. Atalanta is already gearing up for their Champions League Quarterfinals meeting with Paris Saint-Germain, and that game could see a flurry of goals given the talent and styles of those two teams.

Inter Milan has essentially locked up the final Champions League spot due to their strong play under manager Antonio Conte. His defensive-minded approach has helped rejuvenate a defense that has had some woes in recent issues, while Romelu Lukaku has been a goal-scoring menace since arriving in Milan. They are currently 11 points ahead of fifth-place Roma for the final spot in European football’s top competition next season.

At the beginning of the year, Napoli were seen as the biggest threat to Juventus once again, but this club will not qualify for the Champions League next year. Napoli has been surprisingly underwhelming with 10 losses through 32 games, and they might not even qualify for the Europa League. However, they did claim silverware in mid-June with a Coppa Italia victory over Juventus.

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SPAL and Brescia are virtual locks to be demoted to Serie B at this point, while Lecce and Genoa are fighting to avoid being the third team relegated. Lecce is 11 goals behind Genoa in terms of goal differential, so they have to be ahead on points at the end of the season. They have given up more goals than any other Serie A club, yet their stunning win over Lazio gave them signs of life.

Genoa will host Lecce on Sunday, July 19, in a game that will see fans of both clubs biting their nails. A result for Genoa would be huge as they currently lead Lecce by a point in the table.

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