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Oddspedia Italy Serie A Summary - Get the best betting odds, latest scores and league tables 

Serie A is the most recognized Italian football league in the world and now, thanks to our betting odds comparison tool you can place a bet on the game you want, using the top odds available. Serie A was founded in 1898, while in 1929 it transformed to a round-robin tournament. Currently the league consists of 20 teams which play against each other 2 times - on on their home ground and one as guests. A total of 4 teams from Serie A participate in the European tournaments - 3 in the UEFA Champions League and one in the UEFA Europa League. Another spot for the Europa League gives winning the Coppa Italia, so the total number of Italian teams playing in European tournaments increases to 5. Serie A is ranked in the TOP 5 leagues in Europe and is home to three of the most famous football clubs in history - Juventus, the most successful team in Italy, Milan - the most successful Italian team in the Champions League and Inter Milan, all of which are founding members of the G-14. Serie A is also home to some of the most legendary players the world have ever known. Paolo Maldini, the famous left-back of Milan, who has spent his entire career in the club and has a total of 647 games in Serie A, or Javier Zanetti, the tireless midfielder of Inter Milan, with the phenomenal 615 games for the club. If you are keen on placing bets on the games from the Italian Serie A, oddspedia.com is the right place for you. Here, you can find the best available odds from bookmakers from all around the world and compare them, so that you can place the most profitable bet.

 

Serie A Fixtures and Standings information on Oddspedia

Serie A converges the best among the rest in Italian Football. From coaches, through game formations to players, this top tier league boasts of among the best teams in Europe to ever grace the football hallmarks. It is ranked among the top 5 leagues in Europe. Oddspedia crowns such history with competitive Serie A odds comparison from all major sportsbooks on the cards. At Oddspedia you can find odds for upcoming Serie A fixtures, in-play bets and outrights. Furthermore, you can check the Seria A standings and Seria A results.

The current round-robin league was revamped in 1929. However, the original Serie A was formed in 1898. The current league has 20 teams, playing both home and away. Each team plays 38 games in a whole season, totalling to 380 games in the league in a single season. The top 4 teams in the Serie A table qualify to play in Europe elite leagues; 3 in UEFA Champions League and 1 in the Europa League. The bottom 3 clubs are relegated to the Serie B, while the top 2 teams in Serie B are automatically promoted. The third spot is filled by the team that wins in the playoffs among teams that finished positions 3, 4, 5 and 6.

The League occasionally starts from mid to late August every year. The games are played between Friday, Saturday and Sunday every week, except during international breaks. The action and the entire Serie A results are captured on the Oddspedia. These include the date and time for every game, head to head statistics, odds range and bonuses.

Serie A Betting Odds


Serie A Odds Comparison

Serie A betting is not different from other leagues in Europe. This makes it easy for Oddspedia to structure the markets for Serie A odds ranking, save for customised markets featuring players. This page is dedicated to Serie A, with important information about the league; betting categories, league standings and Serie A livescores. Each section on the page features all Serie A games for the day.

The advantage of using Oddspedia is the ranking of sportsbook basing on the odds value in the same market. Oddspedia does the Serie A odds comparison, picks the best in the market and places it as its first pick. This is common in the 1X2 bets. For the outright bets, the bookmaker does a summation of bets in Serie A teams and collates the best bookmaker with best odds. The utmost advantage comes in when the gamer wants to place stakes on multiple Serie A fixtures. Common markets include 1X2 and the outright bets, while popular sportsbooks are Bethard, Betfair, Betclic, William Hill and Bet365.

Oddspedia also has live games for the Serie A betting. The adrenaline in the game affects the odds value for the bookmakers. As the algorithms change based on the set values, so does the ranking of the bookmakers. Odds range from 1.23 to as high as 4501.00 based on the market and the strength of the team.

Serie A Winner & Relegation Odds

Juventus is by far the most successful club in the Serie A standings. The team has worn 35 Scudetto, including the last 8 consecutive championships. Inter Millan and AC Millan ties at a distant 2nd with 18 trophies each. The three teams are the most successful clubs in the Serie history with a cumulative of 80% of all championship won. Of all the clubs in the Serie A history, Inter Millan is the only team that has never been relegated. On the other hand, Benevento, Carpi, Treviso and Pistoiese are the teams that have only features once on the Serie A.

Outright betting odds are calculated based on the club’s history and playing strength. The lower the odds, the higher the chance of winning the league, and vice versa. The highest Serie A odds come from the outright bets.

PlaceTeam NameWinner odds
1Juventus1.45
2Lazio11.00
3Inter Milano17.00
4Atalanta251.00
5AS Roma751.00
6Napoli2501.00
7AC Milan3001.00
8Torino4501.00
9Udinese4501.00
10Verona4501.00

Serie A FAQ

When does Serie A season start?


The league starts between 15th and 25th of August every year.

How many teams are in Serie A?


Since 2004-05 season, Serie A includes 20 teams.

When does Serie A season finish?


The league ends between 20th to 28th of May every calendar year.

When does Serie A Transfer window close?


August 31st is the official transfer deadline for players within and without the league.

Who is Serie A Top scorer favourite?

Cristiano Ronaldo is considered to be the favourite to grab the Serie A top scorer award.

Where to watch Serie A matches?


In the UK and Ireland, Serie A matches are on Premier Sports, while in Germany, France and the United States, viewers can use DAZN, beIN Sports and ESPN respectively.

How many matches are played in Serie A?


A single season has 380 matches.

Where to bet on Serie A?


At Oddspedia you will find the best bookmaker selected for each market. Some of the top bookmakers include Betclic, Bethard, Betfair, William Hill and Bet365.

20 Jun 2020 1X2
20 Jun 2020 1X2
17:30TorinoParma
2.25
3.50
3.50
19:45VeronaCagliari
2.20
3.58
3.54
21 Jun 2020 1X2
21 Jun 2020 1X2
17:30AtalantaSassuolo
1.36
6.00
9.70
19:45Inter MilanoSampdoria
1.40
5.30
9.60
22 Jun 2020 1X2
22 Jun 2020 1X2
17:30FiorentinaBrescia Calcio
1.63
4.30
6.50
17:30LecceAC Milan
5.30
4.08
1.72
19:45BolognaJuventus
6.50
4.58
1.59
23 Jun 2020 1X2
23 Jun 2020 1X2
17:30S.P.A.L. 2013Cagliari
2.80
3.46
2.75
17:30VeronaNapoli
3.60
3.60
2.19
19:45TorinoUdinese
2.34
3.40
3.40
19:45GenoaParma
2.40
3.54
3.24
24 Jun 2020 1X2
24 Jun 2020 1X2
17:30AtalantaLazio
2.50
3.92
3.00
17:30Inter MilanoSassuolo
1.38
5.50
9.80
17:30AS RomaSampdoria
1.57
4.62
6.50

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