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Latest Serie A Odds & Betting Lines

Serie A represents the very best of the Italian football league. Our live Serie A odds offer you multiple options to bet on your favorite matches. Read on to learn more about how Serie A odds work, and view our futures to predict who will be win the Scudetto and Coppa Campioni d’Italia.

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SAT 10/019:00 AM
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SSC Napoli
5-0-2
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Torino FC
3-3-1
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Draw
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SAT 10/0112:00 PM
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Inter Milano
4-3
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AS Roma
4-2-1
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Draw
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SAT 10/012:45 PM
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FC Empoli
1-2-4
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AC Milan
4-1-2
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Draw
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Serie A Odds

Serie A is one of Italy’s major football leagues. It has been around since 1929 and consists of 20 teams. There are two divisions – Serie A and Serie B. The league season runs from August to May each year. Each team plays 38 games during the regular season.

How Serie A Betting Odds Work

Serie A football betting odds work differently than many sportsbooks offer odds on other leagues. For one thing, there are no set lines on Serie A matches. That means if you bet $100 on Juventus to win their match against Fiorentina, you would not get any payout until the game was over.

Instead, you would be given two options: either take the full amount of your wager back, or place a side bet on the outcome of the match.

If you choose to take the full amount of the bet back, then you would lose $100. But if you chose to bet on the result of the match, you would win $100 if your team won, but you would lose $100 if your team lost.

This is why Serie A betting odds are sometimes referred to as “moneyline odds.” They are simply the same as the traditional bookmaker’s odds, except instead of having to pay out the entire amount of the bet, you only need to cover half of it.

That means if you bet $50 on Juventus to win their matchup against Fiorentina and they did indeed beat them 2-1, then you would win $25. However, if they had lost, you would still owe $25.

You could also choose to bet on the draw, meaning you would win $50 if the teams drew, but you would lose the same amount if they didn’t.

In addition to being able to bet on draws, you can also bet on goals scored or conceded during the match. These bets are known as “over/under” bets.

For example, let’s say you wanted to bet $100 on Juventus winning their match against Fiorence. 

You could do so by placing a $100 over/under bet on whether the total goals scored would exceed 5 or less than 5.

If you bet on the under, then you would win if the total goals scored was less than five, while you would lose if the total exceeded five.

On the other hand, if you bet on the over, you would win if the score ended up above five, while you would again lose if the final score fell below five.

Finally, you can also bet that the home team will win, or that the away team will win. These types of bets are known as ‘home/away’ bets.

It’s important to note that all of these bets are available on all Serie A games, regardless of the league standings.

So, now that we know how Serie A betting odds work, let’s move onto some of the more interesting aspects of Serie A betting.

Serie A Moneyline Odds

Moneyline betting is a form of sports betting where the payout is determined by whether the team wins or loses outright. For example, if a team is priced at -150, this means that if they win, you will get back 150 times your stake. If they lose, you will only get back 50 times your stake.

Serie A Draw No Bet Odds

Draw no bets are similar to moneylines but instead of paying out based on who wins or loses, the payout is based on whether there is a draw.

Serie A Goal Totals (Over/Under)

A goal total betting market offers bettors the chance of placing a bet on whether the total goals will exceed or fall short the set amount. For example, if the bookmaker sets the total to 3.00 then the bettor would win if the final score was 4.00 or above. However, if the final score was 2.00 then the bet would lose.

Serie A Second Half Odds

Similarly, a second half betting market allows bettors to place a bet on the outcome of the second half of a game. For example, if a bookmaker sets the total at 1.50 then the bettor wins if the final score is 0.75 or below. However, if the score is 2.25 then the bet loses.

Serie A Winner Odds

Series A winner odds are similar to those used in American sports betting. They show the likelihood of any outcome occurring. For example, a series A winner odds of 2% means that the bookies believe there is a 2 in 100 chance of the away side winning.

Odds are given for each club to win the league. They’re calculated based on the total amount wagered on each team. The bookmaker must decide whether to take action on the bet before the start of the game.

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