Betting tips: Serie A, Serie B and Coppa Italia

Italian Serie A – Season 2019/2020 Preview

The Serie A didn’t bring anything new last year when it comes to the race for the title as Juventus absolutely dominated once again, just like it does for years. They won the title much before the end of season and had great point advantage. Nothing has changed about the 2nd place either as Napoli was again runner-up. Atalanta made a great surprise with winning the 3rd place and it qualified for the Champions League for the first time where Inter will also play. It was a great struggle by the very end and Milan and Roma were left empty handed. More was expected from them, just like from Lazio, but they have saved the season with wining the Coppa Italia. Italian teams haven’t made anything significant in European competitions and that was also a disappointment. We can mark Fiorentina as a disappointment as well since they had team with European ambitions but they had finished in the modest 16th place having just three points more than teams in the drop zone. Long before the end of season it was known that Chievo and Frosinone will be relegated, while Empoli fought till the very end but failed to survive. New members of the Serie A in this season are Brescia, Verona and Lecce and the three of them will be most probably the strongest candidates for relegation. We have listed in the same group four other teams who might also have problems. There are seven clubs in the mid-table group including above mentioned Atalanta since it can hardly repeat success from the previous season, just like Torino which qualified for the Europa League. The Big 6 is known in advance and those are teams that will fight for the title, but it would be more precise if we say European positions, given that Juventus is again the strongest favourite to win the title and clubs from Milan can only hope to parry on equal footing, just like Napoli. Teams from Rome will be satisfied if they qualify for the Champions League.

Relegation

  • Lecce
  • Brescia
  • Verona
  • SPAL
  • Parma
  • Bologna
  • Genoa

Mid-table

  • Atalanta
  • Torino
  • Fiorentina
  • Cagliari
  • Sampdoria
  • Udinese
  • Sassuolo

Top 6 and Title

  • Juventus
  • Inter
  • Napoli
  • Milan
  • Roma
  • Lazio