Odds to Bet On | Saturday’s Serie A fixtures
Odds To Bet On covers the five big European leagues (Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1) and have already previewed Saturday’s Premier League, La Liga and Bundesliga clashes, so Serie A is next.
There are three games in Italy (Salernitana v Sassuolo, Lazio v Torino, Sampdoria v Spezia), so Odds To Bet On has used Oddschecker to get the best returns.
Salernitana v Sassuolo
Salernitana are unbeaten in six games in the Serie A ahead of their meeting with Sassuolo, but the hosts haven’t won in half a dozen outings too. Their home form has been better with five points amassed from a possible nine, but Sassuolo are no slouches.
The visitors are five points and 10 points better off in Serie A while boasting five wins and a draw from their last seven games, so they’ll be fancied to get a result at the Arechi Stadium. Sassuolo beat Juventus just days ago and beat AS Roma in their last away outing, so they’re a force to be reckoned with.
Salernitana are 11/5 to win with Coral, Salernitana and Sassuolo are 13/5 to draw with Bet UK, and Sassuolo are 13/10 to win with Midnite.
Lazio v Torino
Lazio are big favourites to see past Torino on Saturday as they’re coming off the back of four straight wins. The hosts boast seven wins from their last eight games and have three consecutive home wins ahead of the weekend clash. Lazio, who could solidify second place with a win, have beaten Roma and Juventus in their last two home games, so Torino should be light work.
As for Il Toro, they’re nine places and 22 points worse off in the table and are without a win in their last four games, so they’re not in great shape. The visitors, who are pushing for a top-half finish, have failed to win four of their previous five away games too, so they may be in for a long evening.
Lazio are 19/20 to win with William Hill, Lazio and Torino are 12/5 to draw with Bet 365, and Torino are 19/5 to win with Bet UK.
Sampdoria v Spezia
Sampdoria are in real danger of relegation and need a result against Spezia to stand a chance of beating the drop, but they come into Saturday’s meeting off the back of two defeats and a draw from their last three games.
The hosts are rock bottom of Serie A and 10 points adrift of safety with eight matches remaining, so they can’t afford to keep dropping points. But with only one win at home all season, all hope seems lost.
They might fancy their chances of getting a result at least, as Spezia are just outside of the bottom three, coming off the back of four games without a win. The visitors are winless in their last five away games too, so they’re clearly vulnerable.
Sampdoria are 18/11 to win with VBet, Sampdoria and Spezia are 47/20 to draw with Bet UK, and Spezia are 39/20 to win with Bet UK.