We’re continuing our weekly Serie A predictions with an 8/1-plus Sunday treble from the eighth round of fixtures in Italy’s top division.
Some of the most famous clubs in world football will again be battling it out for top honours and the chance to secure Champions League qualification.
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AC Milan to beat Lecce @ 11/25
Former Inter Milan, Fiorentina and Lazio manager Stefano Pioli became the Rossoneri’s ninth full-time manager in eight years during the international break and has a golden opportunity to hit the ground running. Despite struggling to impress this term, Milan still managed to pick up a third win when edging out Genoa on the road and should be too strong for a Lecce side which has lost five of their seven Serie A fixtures since securing promotion.
Cagliari to beat Spal @ 21/20
Rolando Maran’s side cost us a 22/3 pay-out when holding Roma to a 1-1 draw at Olimpico last time out but can get back in our good books by continuing their impressive run of results. Cagliari had previously beaten Parma, Genoa and Napoli during a five-match unbeaten sequence and have Brazilian midfielder Joao Pedro Galvao in fine form. Spal have picked up useful home wins over Lazio and Parma but have lost all three of their away games without scoring a single goal.
Udinese and Torino to draw @ 21/10
Udinese have been involved in a series of tight tussles this term, with six of their seven league games either being drawn or finishing 1-0. There has been a similar theme to Torino’s campaign, even if appearing in more entertaining contests. Their first six fixtures were settled by the odd goal either way before they went into the international break on the back of a goalless stalemate with Napoli, so a draw makes sense here for our Serie A predictions.
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