Serie A Predictions - Betting Lines Worth Looking In Week 6

Gabe Morency

Thursday, September 22, 2016 9:11 PM UTC

Thursday, Sep. 22, 2016 9:11 PM UTC

[embed]https://youtu.be/4IXp02SmIfg[/embed] With a round of midweek matches the Serie A calendar is in full swing. When rounds come around this fast there can sometimes be errors made by the bookies when pricing up their lines however.
<p>[embed]https://youtu.be/4IXp02SmIfg[/embed]</p><p>With a round of midweek matches the Serie A calendar is in full swing. When rounds come around this fast there can sometimes be errors made by the bookies when pricing up their lines, however, many checks and balances there are in place there is always the chance that something will get missed.</p><p>Unfortunately, that appears not to be the case this weekend as many of the lines are spot on and there is very little value to be found.</p><p>I have found 2 matches that should be of interest though and there are a couple of maybe’s that are worth looking at.</p><p>Let’s start with the “maybe’s”. The first one is backing the away side in the Torino v AS Roma match. At just over <a href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4835&amp;book=Betvictor">evens with BetVictor</a>, this doesn’t look to be a terrible bet and the head to head records certainly favour Roma in this one. I’m not backing it though because Roma’s away form isn’t exactly brilliant this season. They’ve played away from the Stadio Olimpico twice and are yet to win. It’s a record that will end at some point but it’s enough to put me off at this point.</p><p>The second maybe is backing Juventus to beat Palermo. Juve are away from home and they have an excellent record against Palermo but the odds are very low. There probably is some value even as low as the 1.33 that bet365 are offering but I don’t like taking bets that offer so little return. I suppose I could push the envelope and go to Juve -1.5 in the Asian Handicap market but with a Champions League match coming up I’m not tempted to go too far and will be leaving this one as it is.</p><p>The two bets I am going to make are both in the match odds market and both around evens.</p><p>The first is in the Crotone v Atalanta match where I’ll be backing the away side. Crotone picked up their first point of the season last weekend but lost again midweek and it could be a while before they see any more points being added to their total. Atalanta may have lost both of their starting central midfielders over the summer but they’ve reorganized and look better than their results have shown. You can back <a href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4829&amp;book=William Hill">Atalanta to pick up 3 points at 1.93 with William Hill</a> although 1.95 is available elsewhere if you shop around.</p><p>My second selection for this weekend is to back Sassuolo to pick up all 3 points when they welcome Udinese to the Mapei Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Sassuolo have looked good recently and have a very highly rated manager that seems to highly value the stability already in place at the club. There is a significant risk in this one as Sassuolo haven’t beaten Udinese in the last 3 years but I feel that particular run could come to an end here and I’m happy with the 2.1 that William Hill have on offer.</p>
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