2022-23 Italian Serie A Soccer Betting

2022-23 Italian Serie A Betting

Italy Serie A Soccer Online Betting

There are three giants in Italian football. Juventus, Inter Milan, and AC Milan have combined to win 74 top-flight championships. Juventus nearly has as many titles as the other two Milan clubs combined but Inter Milan and AC Milan have won the last two championships. Those three teams have teamed up to win every scudetto since 2001, yet teams like Atalanta and Napoli have made challenges to their supremacy in recent years.

Of the five top leagues in European soccer, Serie A figures to be the most competitive. There is no odds-on favorite by the soccer betting odds ahead of the season, and Roma, Napoli, and Atalanta are all being given a puncher’s chance by the oddsmakers.

Current Champions – AC Milan

AC Milan had the third-best goal differential in Serie A, but they were able to best their city rivals Inter by two points to claim the league title. The oddsmakers don’t like their chances of a repeat though, putting their odds behind Inter Milan and Juventus. AC Milan have a strong back line with Simon Kjaer, Theo Hernandez, Davide Calabria, and Fikayo Tomori in defense, and Charles De Ketelaere was signed from Club Brugge to bolster the midfield. Olivier Giroud and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are in the twilight of their careers, but they can still give the attack a jolt.

Champions League Teams – AC Milan, Inter Milan, Napoli, Juventus

Italian clubs have not fared well in the Champions League in recent years. When Juventus signed Cristiano Ronaldo, they expected to contend for the top prize in Europe, but they never made it further than the quarterfinals in the Champions League with early knockouts at the hands of Ajax, Lyon, Porto, and Villarreal. The Old Lady barely qualified for the Champions League this past season, beating out Lazio by a point, Roma by two points, and Fiorentina by three points for the final spot.

Europa League Teams – Lazio, Roma

Lazio and Roma have to be licking their wounds as both Rome-based clubs could have really benefited from a Champions League windfall. They don’t have the financial resources of the clubs in Northern Italy, but Roma have made a real push to contend for a Serie A title. Lorenzo Pellegrini and Nemanja Matic are strong in the midfield, while Tammy Abraham and Paulo Dybala are a formidable combination up top.

Promoted – Lecce, Cremonese, Monza

Lecce won Serie B last year and are back in Serie A. They were immediately relegated the last time they won promotion three years ago, so they are hoping to stay in the top tier longer this time. Cremonese finished in second place and are in the top tier of Italian soccer for the first time in 26 years, while Monza will be making their Serie A debut after winning the promotion playoff. Monza had toiled in Serie B for four seasons without ever reaching the top tier, so their fans were overjoyed this summer.

Relegated – Cagliari, Genoa, Venezia

There wasn’t a truly terrible team in Serie A last year. Venezia finished at the bottom of the table, but they didn’t have the worst goal differential in the league and were just four points clear of safety. Genoa posted a result in 20 of their 38 matches, yet they dropped to Serie B for the first time in 15 years because only four of those were wins. Meanwhile, Cagliari missed out on safety by just one point, leaving Sardinia without a team in Serie A. Salernitana escaped relegation ahead of Cagliari despite having the worst goal differential in the league.

Italian Serie A Winners (2000)

2021-2022 A.C. Milan
2020-2021 Inter Milan
2019-2020 Juventus F.C.
2018-2019 Juventus F.C.
2017-2018 Juventus F.C.
2016-2017 Juventus F.C.
2015-2016 Juventus F.C.
2014-2015 Juventus F.C.
2013-2014 Juventus F.C.
2012-2013 Juventus F.C.
2011-2012 Juventus F.C.
2010-2011 A.C. Milan
2009-2010 Inter Milan
2008-2009 Inter Milan
2007-2008 Inter Milan
2006-2007 Inter Milan
2005-2006 Inter Milan
2004-2005 Not awarded
2003-2004 A.C. Milan
2002-2003 Juventus F.C.
2001-2002 Juventus F.C.
2000-2001 A.S. Roma

Juventus dominated Serie A for nearly a decade. The Old Lady won nine straight scudettos from 2012 to 2020 before finally relinquishing its grip on the top tier of Italian soccer. Inter Milan broke an 11-year drought to win Serie A in 2021, and A.C. Milan followed suit last season. Those three clubs have won every Serie A title since 2001 when Rome-based clubs Lazio and Roma won consecutive league titles.

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