With the transfer period behind us and the season already underway, let’s have another look at the Serie A winner odds and see if there have been any noteworthy changes.
Juventus are still the favourites to go all the way, but their odds shifter from 2.25 to 2.62 (Bet365). The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from the team certainly had an impact on the team. But their poor start also impacted their odds, and they will continue to increase if they don’t improve their form.
Inter Milan are still second in line to Lift the La Liga trophy again, and their odds shortened from 5.00 to 3.25 (Bet365) recently. Even the departures of Romelu Lukaku and Achraf Hakimi haven’t phased this resilient team. They got off to an excellent start, and they are proving they can score even without their star striker.
Atalanta are still the third team on the list, but their odds to win Serie A have shortened from 10.00 to 7.00 (Unibet). They have had a solid start to the season and Gian Piero Gasparini is looking to drive this team to the Serie A trophy. The bookies have them at 1.38 odds to finish in the top 4 four the fourth season in a row.
Roma have made a jump on the list, and they are now the fourth team in line to go all the way. Their odds to win Serie A shortened from 19.00 to 9.00 (Bet365). The arrival of Jose Mourinho as manager and their excellent start to the season have made believers out of fans, and have forced bookies to move them up. Their summer acquisitions of Tammy Abraham, Roger Ibanez and Rui Patricio are proving to have been wise moves so far.
Napoli’s odds to win the league have also shortened, going from 17.00 to 12.00 (Unibet). They had a solid start to the season, winning their first two matches. This, along with the arrival of Luciano Spalletti as manager, and right-wing Mateo Politano have kept them in the top five favourites.
AC Milan are another team looking to make a run for the title this year, and their odds to go all the way shortened from 21.00 to just 13.00. With Mike Maignan arriving to replace star keeper Gianluigi Donnaruma, and Fikayo Tomori helping strengthen their defensive line, this team is hoping to make a surprise push to the top. They started the season off on a positive note, and the bookies have them to make the top four at 2.10 odds.
Lazio remain the seventh team in line to lift the Serie A trophy this season. Their odds to go all the way shortened from 41.00 to 26.00 (Unibet). They were very active during the summer, and their fresh squad has enjoyed an excellent start to the season. Maurizio Sarri started his first year in Lazio in splendid fashion, and the bookies have them to finish in the top four at 2.75 odds (Bet365).
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The 2022 Serie A season is almost here, and it’s time to take a look at the top teams contending for the league title and their odds of winning Italy’s Serie A. Who are the favourites? Who are the contenders and who are outsiders looking to surprise everyone?
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Serie A Winner Odds 2022
This market shows the odds of each club in Italy’s Serie A to win the league. Any team could potentially be the Serie A winner, but for the last decade, Juventus has dominated this market. This excludes the previous season where Inter Milan were the victors for the first time since the 2009/2010 season.
Clubs can win the Serie A title by performing well throughout the season and finishing atop the standings after all the regular-season fixtures have been played.
Though the transfer period has yet to finish, some bookies have already given their outright odds for each club to win Italy’s Serie A. This can be a good opportunity to find value in clubs that the bookmakers don’t see as threats to go all the way.
If you are thinking about betting on outright markets, there are some key factors to consider. Punters can bet on these markets throughout the season, and the odds will change depending on how the season unfolds. Also, serious bettors will place multiple bets, usually combining the outright winner market with the top 4 and top 10 markets to maximize profit.
Finally, when it comes to outright markets, it’s always a good idea to revisit your bets multiple times throughout the season and adjust. This is something experienced punters do, and it’s a great way of finding value along with maximizing your profit.
Current Serie A Winner Odds
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Serie A Winner Odds as at 1st September 2021. Odds may now differ
Probability of Winning Serie A in 2021/22 based on adjusted bookmaker odds
All odds available as at 1st September 2021. Odds may now differ.
- Juventus Serie A Winner Odds: 2.62 (Bet365)
The bookies have Juventus as the favourites to win the league this year, and their outright odds to win Serie A are quite short. Although Juve weren’t a bad team in the 2020/2021 season, they never showed continuity, preventing their odds of becoming the Serie A winners. What’s more, they failed to perform in crucial moments and lost their most important matches of the season.
Based on their performance last season, it seems the bookmakers were a bit generous with their Serie A outright winner odds, and we will have to see how their season unfolds. At the moment of writing, only the Serie A outright winner odds are available, along with the individual matches on matchday one. It is still early to be making bold predictions, and we will have to wait for more Italian Serie A odds.
Inter won Serie A in the 2020/2021 season with a comfortable 12-point lead over second-placed rivals AC Milan. They performed very well throughout the season and achieved an 8-match and an 11-match winning streak. Though they weren’t as good as scoring in away matches as they were at home, it didn’t cripple their odds of becoming the Italian Serie A champions. They are considered second-favourites to go all the way, and their Serie A outright winner odds have them right behind Juventus. This transfer period will be a crucial one for Inter, and their Serie A winner odds might be bound to Romelu Lukaku.
Atalanta also played very well in the previous season, but a few hiccups prevented them from contending for the title. They enjoyed an excellent winning trend in the second half of the season, but it wasn’t enough to keep their hopes alive, and they were 13 points shy. Whilst their offence performed consistently well in both home and away matches, their defence always seemed a step behind, conceding over 1.20 goals in both home and away matches on average. This is something they will have to improve upon, whether in the transfer period or through training and tactics. Fail to do that, and their current Serie A outright winner odds will look like wishful thinking.
The Outside Chances
- Napoli Serie A Winner Odds:12.00 (Unibet)
- AC Milan Serie A Winner Odds:13.00 (Paddy Power)
- Roma Serie A Winner Odds:9.00 (Bet365)
- Lazio Serie A Winner Odds: 26.00 (Unibet)
Napoli had a disappointing 2020/2021 season, and they will be looking to make a comeback to the top of the Serie A table this year. Despite an excellent start, they struggled throughout the season, and their late winning trend was not enough to keep them afloat. Napoli finished fifth in the Serie A standings after playing in a 1:1 draw in their final season fixture. Napoli faced the same problems as Atalanta last season, and their defensive line was not performing at an acceptable level. They will need a serious lift if they want to up their odds of being competitive in the Italian Serie A
AC Milan’s Serie A betting odds for the outright market place them as the fifth favourite to go all the way. After an excellent first half of the 2020/2021 season, AC Milan went through a difficult stretch mid-season and never managed to play well consistently. Still, Milan won four of their last five matches and finished second in Serie A, but it wasn’t nearly enough to threaten Inter’s dominant position. The interesting fact about this team is they played much better in away matches than at San Siro. In fact, AC Milan scored an average of 1.63 goals at home whilst conceding 1.26. But, they averaged 2.26 scored and 0.89 conceded goals in away matches.
AS Roma had a very disappointing season last year, Roma are getting ready to make a comeback in the top of Serie A. After a solid start to the season, Roma failed to find consistency in their play and finished the season seventh on the Serie A table. Their elimination from the Europa League in the semi-finals was the straw that broke the camel’s back and Paolo Fonseca was replaced as manager by Jose Mourinho. Their Serie A betting odds don’t suggest they are in the top five, but you can bet that Mourinho will have a positive impact on this team.
Lazio finished the previous season sixth on the league standings, and their Serie A betting odds suggest they are seventh in line to grab the title. Their previous season have seen them fluctuating between third and eighth place in the standings, and they would like to make a significant improvement this season. The 2020/2021 season saw them struggling to find defensive discipline and dropping key points in away matches. Lazio scored 1.32 and conceded 1.89 goals per match in away fixtures, and it’s safe to say these types of performances aren’t going to get them anywhere. Lazio lost three of their last five matches to end the season, and with just one victory, they are lucky to have landed in sixth place.
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