Italian Serie A Live Scores and Today’s Matches Plus Results
Serie A is the top of the Italian football league system and whose winner is awarded the Scudetto and the Coppa Campioni d'Italia, it is among the top 5 European Football Leagues. It’s a lively competition, followed by many fans worldwide. And on Oddspedia we aim to give you the latest information and standings, as well as news and transfers. Therefore, we will show you the Serie A live scores, results and stats, so that you always have accurate information to bet and make successful picks.
Today’s Live Scores and Results - 27 November
Serie A Live scores and results are updated as soon as something happens on the field. You will not need to hit F5 or update, as the page will automatically show you the status of each game live and goal alerts.
Starting time for each match is according to your own time zone. This way, if you are in the United Kingdom, the match time will say 18:00, and if you are in Spain - it will show 19:00 correctly.
If you want to know more about a certain Serie A match, you only need to click on it and you will be able to see the goalscorers or the statistics updated at the moment with everything that is happening in the Italian stadiums. You will not miss a detail of what happens in the Juventus Stadium, the Stadio Olimpico, the San Siro or the Artemio Franchi.
2023/2024 Serie A Table with Live Updates
See the Serie A league standings updated in real-time. So you can see how the live scores affect the league table.
The table can be adapted to show the best team at home or away, as well as the form of the teams over the last 5 games. You will see the matches won, drawn or lost, as well as the goals scored or conceded.
If you want to check the Serie A standings from past seasons, you can search for the year you want and see how the season has ended. You can see who won Serie A in 2004 or which three teams were relegated in 2009. All the standings of Serie A are at your fingertips enabling you to track the winning and losing streaks to find the in-form team.
Serie A Stats - Team Statistics and Top Scorers
There is an enormous amount of Serie A statistics you can see on Oddspedia. This way, you can check the statistics of the championship, and also of the 20 teams in the Italian league. You will also see statistics of the football players, as well as referees. In other words, you will see all the numbers of the Italian competition. You will be able to consult complete Serie A statistics as:
- Top Goal Scorer (Capocannoniere)
- The player with the most assists
- Goalkeeper with the most-clean sheets
You can also check all the statistics of each one of the Serie A teams. So you can see who is the top scorer at Roma or who is fouled the most at Lazio. Not only the players, but you will see statistics of coaches or referees. You will be able to see Xavi's winning percentage or the number of cards that the referee Rocchi has shown this season. The list of statistics is extensive and also includes Serie A referees like Daniele Orsato or Gianluca Rocchi.
We offer a head-to-head comparison tool so you can compare players from Serie A or Italian teams. In this way, you will be able to compare if Lazio is better than Roma or Federico Chiesa's numbers against Lautaro Martinez.
The Serie A statistics you can find here are pre-game and betting statistics. They are divided as such, so you can see the teams with the most goals or assists. And, the number of matches with "Both Teams Score" or "Over 2.5 Goals", for example.
Finally, you will be able to see historical statistics of the Italian championship. Including, the teams with the highest number of Scudettos, in this case, Juventus. Or other statistics as historical scorers of the Serie A. All this will make sure you don't miss a single detail.
Read all the statistics of the Serie A players on this page. Marcelo Brozović, Edin Dzeko, Borja Valero or any of the Italian championship players will be in Oddspedia.
Among the Serie A Player statistics at Oddspedia you will find:
- Goals Scored
- Successful Passes
- Minutes Played
- Times Fouled
- Fouls Made
Discover them on your own and see all the numbers in Italy.
Top Goal Scorers - Italian Capocannoniere del Calcio
In Italy, the top goal scorer is called a Capocannoniere. Here we will show you the complete Serie A scoring chart, with information on how the goals have been scored. Be it from penalties, headers or left footers.
Check the Serie A assists table, with the best pins of the championship. You can see how many assists Dybala and Pjanic have given, among others. Without a doubt, the number of assists in the Italian championship is another of the most interesting data among users. Do not miss here all this information.
Donnarumma, Buffon, Szczesny, Pau Lopez, Handanovic... the quality of Serie A goalkeepers have always been optimal, being one of the best goalkeepers in history. In Oddspedia we are going to show you the standings of the best Serie A goalkeepers'. This will be with statistics like goalkeepers with the fewest goals conceded or goalkeepers with the most-clean sheets.
If you want to see the details of the statistics of Juventus, Roma, Inter Milan or Lecce you have come to the right page. Check out the number of times they have scored more than 2.5 goals or the number of times their goalkeeper has kept a clean sheet. Simply go to the page of the Serie A team you want and see all their statistics.
Referee Statistics Per Match and Current Season
Study Serie A referee stats and rankings, such as Total yellow and red cards. Plus total cards branded in the 2023/2024 Serie A season. Additionally, our referee stats also include:
- Serie A Appearances this season
- Fouls Given
- Penalties Awarded
Head-to-Head Data - Compare Serie A Players and Teams
To complete our Serie A statistics section, we have a head-to-head tool so you can compare all the players in Italian football. You can pit against Lautaro Acosta, for example, to see who has scored the most goals or provided the most assists.
Besides the players, you can compare the referees of Serie A or the teams of the Italian championship. Enter the names you want and we will show you the comparative data for both players, teams or referees. You will be able to spend hours viewing curious Serie A statistics thanks to Oddspedia.
You will be able to see all the statistics of the Italian Serie A. Such as the total number of goals in the championship, assists, and the number of cards or fouls. On top of that, you will be able to compare this kind of information with other championships. You will be able to see if there are more goals in Serie A than in La Liga or the number of fouls in Italy against England.
It has always been said that Italy is a championship with few goals and that it is a league of highly organised and effective defences. Now you can find out if those facts are true or not. Also check out the historical statistics of Italian football, with the complete list of goals or the top scorer in Serie A.
Oddspedia - All About the Italian Serie A
The fans of Serie A are numerous, as it’s one of the most followed competitions all over the world and has been dominated by Juventus in recent years.
Italian Serie A enjoyed its heyday in the 1990s, but economic and sporting scandals, including Juventus's relegation from the Moggigate, ended the Italian championship's potential at the European level. Now, the quality is growing again, with Inter Milan, Napoli, Roma, and Lazio all playing good roles both domestically and in Europe.
In Oddspedia you will be able to follow the latest Serie A, with the live scores and results updated in real-time. Explore the complete statistics and timeline of each match, as well as the overall Italian championship statistics, tables and team performance.
The Oddspedia community gives fans a meeting place to share their common interest in Serie A. You will be able to comment on the news and forecasts and support the tipsters, be in touch with the whole Oddspedia community, and you will be able to compare opinions on everything that happens in Italy.
Do you want even more? Then you can become a tipster yourself and make money on the Serie A predictions. Follow our contests and publish your picks as you wish. You can also follow all the news about Serie A, including the transfer market rumours so that you are always up to date with everything that is happening.
Serie A Honours and Historical Records
Who has won the most Scudettos in Italy? The absolute king is Juventus, with 36 Serie A titles. Milan's teams have almost half of the Scudetto.
Also, you can see other historical statistics of the Italian championship. Such as the top scorers or the player with the most assists. Not surprisingly Francesco Totti is one of the all-time top goal-scorers in Serie A. Yet, Silvio Piola is the top goal scorer with a tally of 274 goals. Only 24 more than 'Il Capitano'. Gunnar Nordahl, also from Roma, is the third-highest scorer in the history of the Italian championship.
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See all the news about the Italian championship with the full Serie A news. We offer you a news aggregator to see all the information about one of the strongest championships in the world. In Oddspedia we broadcast news from various media so you can see different sources in the same place. And this site is Oddspedia.
You will see the previews of the Serie A matches, the possible line-ups or the chronicles of the matches once they have finished. Find information on the injured and suspended players in Italy, where they also have the VAR.
If, apart from the Serie A news, you want to see full information about a particular team, such as Roma or Inter Milan, simply click on the team in question and you will see only the last hour of that team. As you can see, you'll be able to get your hands on all the Serie A news from absolutely reliable sources.
Serie A Live Scores And Results Service FAQ
Where to Check Today's Serie A Live Scores?
You can check all of today's Serie A live scores with us at oddspedia. They are visible via the "live" button on this, the football and the Homepage include all the football matches currently in play. Also, you can visit a specific match page to view the score, goal alerts and goal scorers with in-play details and follow the match action with our live event tracker.
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How Often Are the Serie A Live Scores Updated at Oddspedia?
The Serie A Live scores here at Oddspedia have real-time updates. So there is no need to refresh the page to see the latest scores and goal scorers. This is the same for all Live data including results and the latest Serie A odds comparison.
Where to Check Today's Serie A Results?
You can check all of Today's Serie A results in the list of matches at the top of this page This list includes the full Serie A schedule for the day including their kick-off time. These will also be updated with live scores and then the result on the final whistle.
Also, by using the calendar, you can view Serie A results for the week by clicking on the weekdays' Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri. Furthermore, you can check Serie A results in our archives for the past six years and also locate upcoming matches by using our calendar.