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Juventus betting

Juventus Odds

With eight successive Serie A titles under their belt, Juventus headed into the 2019/20 campaign with a new man at the helm. Former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri arrived from Chelsea in a bit to propel the Old lady – as people call Juventus around the globe – to European heights.

The Turin-based titans are the odds-on favourite with 1.40 betting odds next to their name to lift their 9th Serie A trophy on the trot – and what would become their 36th domestic title overall – hence all eyes are on the Champions League. Last season’s quarter-finalists have their sights set on going all the way this time around and the biggest betting websites see them as a 13.00 bet to lift the highly coveted piece of silverware.

Juventus Key Players

To achieve the long-awaited feat, Juventus will once again rely on the talents of one of the best footballers in the world – Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar is showing no signs of slowing down and is still pushing hard despite his age. The 34-year-old forward is a 7.00 price to finish the season as the Serie A top goalscorer and lead the Old Lady to another trophy.

As arguably the biggest star of the team, Cristiano Ronaldo is followed by a talent-laden Juventus squad. Maurizio Sarri has got plenty of options in all departments and impressive squad depth which should make his job of competing at multiple fronts significantly easier.

The likes of Matthijs de Ligt, Danilo and Merih Demiral have reinforced an already impressive backline during the summer, whereas Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot provide Sarri with an important creative spark. The return of Gonzalo Higuain from Chelsea has, furthermore, enhanced the attacking options, making the Old Lady a mean attacking machine in 2019/20.

Juventus Rivalry

City rivals are arguably the most prominent ones, which is also the case with Juventus. The Derby della Mole is the Turin derby between Juventus and Torino, dating back to 1906.

The Derby d’Italia is another highly prominent match between two of Italy’s most successful clubs – Juventus and Milan. The two sides had regularly challenged each other for silverware in the past which only flamed up the rivalry.

Generally speaking, Juventus are everybody’s favourite enemy and the team to beat. Therefore, the Old Lady has also got fierce rivalries with the likes of Inter Milan, AS Roma and Fiorentina. Most recently, however, with the arrival of Maurizio Sarri – a fan favourite at San Siro – Napoli emerged as another club with a burning desire to take the Juventus scalp.

Juventus History

As a club with one of the largest fan basis worldwide – and undeniably the largest one in Italy – Juventus has long ago evolved into a global phenomenon. Originally founded as Sport-Club Juventus in 1897, Juventus were later on known as Foot-Ball Club Juventus. The Bianconeri went through a couple of metamorphoses through their history and now stand firmly on the ground as one of the biggest marketing forces in the world – with a newly-redesigned logo – under the full name of Juventus Football Club S.p.A.

The emergence of Juventus as the Italian super-force commenced back in 1923 under the guidance of FIAT owner Edoardo Agnelli. With 35 Serie A titles to their name – and a Serie B one which came as the result of the 2006 Italian football scandal called Calciopoli –Juventus also boast 13 Coppa Italia trophies and 8 Supercoppa Italiana titles.

The two-time Champions League winners have also got one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup trophy and three UEFA Cups, among other pieces of silverware. As of July 2017, the Old Lady has got herself a new home – Allianz Stadium – where over 41,000 people have a privilege of watching the biggest club in Italy week in and week out .

Inter betting

Inter Odds

The success of the 2010 generation still echoes loudly in the Black and Blue part of Milan. With years of agony seemingly behind them, the Nerazzurri – as Inter Milan are affectionately called in Italy – are ready to take it up a notch.

Having finished the 2018/19 campaign within the top-four on the back of the final-day heroics from club captain Samir Handanovic, Inter Milan have appointed a warrior to lead them to new battles. Former Juventus boss Antonio Conte took the reins in a bid to reshape the mentality and challenge the undisputed favourites – his old employers – from the off.

In that regard, Inter Milan are looking at a price of 4.00 to lift the Serie A title. The odds of them repeating the last year’s feat and getting into the European places once again are not even worth mentioning, but when it comes to lifting the Champions League trophy after nine years, Inter Milan are given 41.00 betting odds.

Inter Key Players

Inter Milan have made some serious moves in the transfer market last summer. Diego Godin’s arrival made sure Inter Milan now boast one of the strongest defence lines in the league, whereas the rejuvenation of former Manchester United flop Romelu Lukaku is at hand as well. The Belgium international has hit the ground running in Italy and can be backed at 5.50 betting odds to finish the Serie A top goalscorer.

The Nerazzurri have done a fantastic job of replacing a few significant outgoings at the club. With Radja Nainggolan, Ivan Perisic and former captain Mauro Icardi all leaving during summer, Antonio Conte also brought in another indisposed world star – and another Man United flop – Alexis Sanchez. The Chilean should be another player to keep a keen eye on during the 2019/20 season.

Inter Rivalry

One of the most supported clubs in the country will, by the mere nature of things, cause antagonism as much as appreciation. When it comes to big cities, of course, there will always be great local rivalries and the city of Milano is not an exemption to the rule.

With the mid to upper class of the society holding their back, Inter Milan have long formed a fierce rivalry with AC Milan, backed by the working-class people. The Derby della Madonnina is one of the biggest matches in the Italian football calendar. The rivalry between these two emerged in 1908 when Inter splintered off from the Red and Blacks.

The other notable rivalry is one with Juventus. The Derby d’Italia is one of the most intense matches in Serie A. The flames grew bigger and brighter after the Calciopoli scandal which saw Juventus stripped off their league title and rewarded to Inter, in 2005/06.

Inter History

The Blue and Black club from Milan remains the only Italian side to have never been relegated from the top flight. Throughout their long-lasting history, Inter Milan have won 30 domestic titles, 18 of which are hugely-coveted Serie A trophies.

Inter Milan are also the three-time Champions League winners. The third one was part of an unprecedented Italian treble, during which Nerazzurri managed to lift Serie A, Coppa Italia and climb the very top of Europe in the same year.

The Nerazzurri play their games at the San Siro stadium. They share their home with AC Milan, who in their own right also refer to it as Giuseppe Meazza. With a capacity of 80,000, this stadium is the largest one in Italy.

Roma betting

Roma Odds

The Italian powerhouse Roma have gone through quite a lot over the past couple of years. Still waiting for their first Scudetto since 2001/01, the Giallorossi – as they are called in Italy – have been making plenty of effort to join the undisputed kings of Italy, Juventus, in their Serie A domination.

Last year brought a disastrous start to the season under former boss Eusebio Di Francesco. The Premier League winner Claudio Ranieri steered the ship into the calm harbour waters and achieved the 6th place finish and Europa League. The board seemingly stepped up their game and appointed Paulo Fonseca to guide the Romans towards the Champions League finish this term.

As a long-shot favourite to win the Serie A title with betting odds of 51.00, Roma are more likely to pursue a top-four finish for which they stand at reasonable 2.37 betting odds.

Roma Key Players

Unable to compete with financially superior clubs in the country, Roma have taken a different approach to their recruitment process. The former Sevilla guru Monchi laid the groundwork for what is slowly becoming a proper Italian farmyard.

The likes of Mert Cetin, Amadou Diawara, Justin Kluivert, Mirko Antonucci and especially Nicolo Zaniolo as of Italy’s biggest rising stars, are not older than 22. The youth escadrille is backed by the veteran row diggers such as Aleksandar Kolarov, Edin Dzeko, Nikola Kalinic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan – to name a few – which brings a perfect balance into the team.

Talking of stars and key players, the 20-year-old wunderkind Nicolo Zaniolo deserves a special mention. The youngest player since Francesco Totti to score three Serie A goals has already been touted as the king’s heir.

He has yet to match the feats of his football idol but Zaniolo is definitely on the right track with his technique, power, agility and composure. He’s already come out of age and his stock is only expected to go upwards.

34.00 betting odds, respectively. Ultimately, the two forwards are also the two players you should be watching at Arsenal.

Roma Rivalry

The Derby della Capitale is a worldwide known game and arguably one of the most heated and emotional rivalries in world football. Lazio are not only the club Roma share the city with but also their stadium – Stadio Olimpico.

The Derby del Sole is another notable rivalry in Italian football which pits Roma against Napoli. The ‘Derby of the Sun’ is up there when it comes to heated animosities but the Giallorossi also vie fierce battles with the likes of Juventus, Milan and Inter.

Roma History

The Yellow and Reds are a club of rich history which is close to one hundred years long. A.S. Roma were established in the summer of 1927 following the merger of Rome-based low-tier clubs – Roman FC, Fortitudo-Pro Roma SGS and SS Alba-Audace.

The capital stood firm behind the union which was aimed at giving the more illustrious clubs from the North a strong rival. The merger, however, was opposed and resisted by Lazio, who had close ties with the Italian army and General Vaccaro.

Over a century, Roma grew into a three-time Serie A winner and the holder of nine Coppa Italia titles. Roma also have two Supercoppa Italiana trophies on their shelves, along with a Serie B title.

Juventus betting

Juventus Odds

With eight successive Serie A titles under their belt, Juventus headed into the 2019/20 campaign with a new man at the helm. Former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri arrived from Chelsea in a bit to propel the Old lady – as people call Juventus around the globe – to European heights.

The Turin-based titans are the odds-on favourite with 1.40 betting odds next to their name to lift their 9th Serie A trophy on the trot – and what would become their 36th domestic title overall – hence all eyes are on the Champions League. Last season’s quarter-finalists have their sights set on going all the way this time around and the biggest betting websites see them as a 13.00 bet to lift the highly coveted piece of silverware.

Juventus Key Players

To achieve the long-awaited feat, Juventus will once again rely on the talents of one of the best footballers in the world – Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar is showing no signs of slowing down and is still pushing hard despite his age. The 34-year-old forward is a 7.00 price to finish the season as the Serie A top goalscorer and lead the Old Lady to another trophy.

As arguably the biggest star of the team, Cristiano Ronaldo is followed by a talent-laden Juventus squad. Maurizio Sarri has got plenty of options in all departments and impressive squad depth which should make his job of competing at multiple fronts significantly easier.

The likes of Matthijs de Ligt, Danilo and Merih Demiral have reinforced an already impressive backline during the summer, whereas Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot provide Sarri with an important creative spark. The return of Gonzalo Higuain from Chelsea has, furthermore, enhanced the attacking options, making the Old Lady a mean attacking machine in 2019/20.

Juventus Rivalry

City rivals are arguably the most prominent ones, which is also the case with Juventus. The Derby della Mole is the Turin derby between Juventus and Torino, dating back to 1906.

The Derby d’Italia is another highly prominent match between two of Italy’s most successful clubs – Juventus and Milan. The two sides had regularly challenged each other for silverware in the past which only flamed up the rivalry.

Generally speaking, Juventus are everybody’s favourite enemy and the team to beat. Therefore, the Old Lady has also got fierce rivalries with the likes of Inter Milan, AS Roma and Fiorentina. Most recently, however, with the arrival of Maurizio Sarri – a fan favourite at San Siro – Napoli emerged as another club with a burning desire to take the Juventus scalp.

Juventus History

As a club with one of the largest fan basis worldwide – and undeniably the largest one in Italy – Juventus has long ago evolved into a global phenomenon. Originally founded as Sport-Club Juventus in 1897, Juventus were later on known as Foot-Ball Club Juventus. The Bianconeri went through a couple of metamorphoses through their history and now stand firmly on the ground as one of the biggest marketing forces in the world – with a newly-redesigned logo – under the full name of Juventus Football Club S.p.A.

The emergence of Juventus as the Italian super-force commenced back in 1923 under the guidance of FIAT owner Edoardo Agnelli. With 35 Serie A titles to their name – and a Serie B one which came as the result of the 2006 Italian football scandal called Calciopoli –Juventus also boast 13 Coppa Italia trophies and 8 Supercoppa Italiana titles.

The two-time Champions League winners have also got one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup trophy and three UEFA Cups, among other pieces of silverware. As of July 2017, the Old Lady has got herself a new home – Allianz Stadium – where over 41,000 people have a privilege of watching the biggest club in Italy week in and week out .

Inter betting

Inter Odds

The success of the 2010 generation still echoes loudly in the Black and Blue part of Milan. With years of agony seemingly behind them, the Nerazzurri – as Inter Milan are affectionately called in Italy – are ready to take it up a notch.

Having finished the 2018/19 campaign within the top-four on the back of the final-day heroics from club captain Samir Handanovic, Inter Milan have appointed a warrior to lead them to new battles. Former Juventus boss Antonio Conte took the reins in a bid to reshape the mentality and challenge the undisputed favourites – his old employers – from the off.

In that regard, Inter Milan are looking at a price of 4.00 to lift the Serie A title. The odds of them repeating the last year’s feat and getting into the European places once again are not even worth mentioning, but when it comes to lifting the Champions League trophy after nine years, Inter Milan are given 41.00 betting odds.

Inter Key Players

Inter Milan have made some serious moves in the transfer market last summer. Diego Godin’s arrival made sure Inter Milan now boast one of the strongest defence lines in the league, whereas the rejuvenation of former Manchester United flop Romelu Lukaku is at hand as well. The Belgium international has hit the ground running in Italy and can be backed at 5.50 betting odds to finish the Serie A top goalscorer.

The Nerazzurri have done a fantastic job of replacing a few significant outgoings at the club. With Radja Nainggolan, Ivan Perisic and former captain Mauro Icardi all leaving during summer, Antonio Conte also brought in another indisposed world star – and another Man United flop – Alexis Sanchez. The Chilean should be another player to keep a keen eye on during the 2019/20 season.

Inter Rivalry

One of the most supported clubs in the country will, by the mere nature of things, cause antagonism as much as appreciation. When it comes to big cities, of course, there will always be great local rivalries and the city of Milano is not an exemption to the rule.

With the mid to upper class of the society holding their back, Inter Milan have long formed a fierce rivalry with AC Milan, backed by the working-class people. The Derby della Madonnina is one of the biggest matches in the Italian football calendar. The rivalry between these two emerged in 1908 when Inter splintered off from the Red and Blacks.

The other notable rivalry is one with Juventus. The Derby d’Italia is one of the most intense matches in Serie A. The flames grew bigger and brighter after the Calciopoli scandal which saw Juventus stripped off their league title and rewarded to Inter, in 2005/06.

Inter History

The Blue and Black club from Milan remains the only Italian side to have never been relegated from the top flight. Throughout their long-lasting history, Inter Milan have won 30 domestic titles, 18 of which are hugely-coveted Serie A trophies.

Inter Milan are also the three-time Champions League winners. The third one was part of an unprecedented Italian treble, during which Nerazzurri managed to lift Serie A, Coppa Italia and climb the very top of Europe in the same year.

The Nerazzurri play their games at the San Siro stadium. They share their home with AC Milan, who in their own right also refer to it as Giuseppe Meazza. With a capacity of 80,000, this stadium is the largest one in Italy.

Roma betting

Roma Odds

The Italian powerhouse Roma have gone through quite a lot over the past couple of years. Still waiting for their first Scudetto since 2001/01, the Giallorossi – as they are called in Italy – have been making plenty of effort to join the undisputed kings of Italy, Juventus, in their Serie A domination.

Last year brought a disastrous start to the season under former boss Eusebio Di Francesco. The Premier League winner Claudio Ranieri steered the ship into the calm harbour waters and achieved the 6th place finish and Europa League. The board seemingly stepped up their game and appointed Paulo Fonseca to guide the Romans towards the Champions League finish this term.

As a long-shot favourite to win the Serie A title with betting odds of 51.00, Roma are more likely to pursue a top-four finish for which they stand at reasonable 2.37 betting odds.

Roma Key Players

Unable to compete with financially superior clubs in the country, Roma have taken a different approach to their recruitment process. The former Sevilla guru Monchi laid the groundwork for what is slowly becoming a proper Italian farmyard.

The likes of Mert Cetin, Amadou Diawara, Justin Kluivert, Mirko Antonucci and especially Nicolo Zaniolo as of Italy’s biggest rising stars, are not older than 22. The youth escadrille is backed by the veteran row diggers such as Aleksandar Kolarov, Edin Dzeko, Nikola Kalinic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan – to name a few – which brings a perfect balance into the team.

Talking of stars and key players, the 20-year-old wunderkind Nicolo Zaniolo deserves a special mention. The youngest player since Francesco Totti to score three Serie A goals has already been touted as the king’s heir.

He has yet to match the feats of his football idol but Zaniolo is definitely on the right track with his technique, power, agility and composure. He’s already come out of age and his stock is only expected to go upwards.

34.00 betting odds, respectively. Ultimately, the two forwards are also the two players you should be watching at Arsenal.

Roma Rivalry

The Derby della Capitale is a worldwide known game and arguably one of the most heated and emotional rivalries in world football. Lazio are not only the club Roma share the city with but also their stadium – Stadio Olimpico.

The Derby del Sole is another notable rivalry in Italian football which pits Roma against Napoli. The ‘Derby of the Sun’ is up there when it comes to heated animosities but the Giallorossi also vie fierce battles with the likes of Juventus, Milan and Inter.

Roma History

The Yellow and Reds are a club of rich history which is close to one hundred years long. A.S. Roma were established in the summer of 1927 following the merger of Rome-based low-tier clubs – Roman FC, Fortitudo-Pro Roma SGS and SS Alba-Audace.

The capital stood firm behind the union which was aimed at giving the more illustrious clubs from the North a strong rival. The merger, however, was opposed and resisted by Lazio, who had close ties with the Italian army and General Vaccaro.

Over a century, Roma grew into a three-time Serie A winner and the holder of nine Coppa Italia titles. Roma also have two Supercoppa Italiana trophies on their shelves, along with a Serie B title.

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