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Serie A 2021-22: 3 Predictions for this weekend (Matchday 36)

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Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Serie A games of the weekend.

As we prepare for another weekend of Serie A football, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 36 of Serie A.

Goals likely on both ends when Spezia host Atalanta

Spezia have lost all of their last three games despite scoring five goals during the process. They have now slipped to 16th place on the league table, five points above the relegation zone.

This weekend, the Eagles will face Atalanta, who have been winless in their last three games. La Dea’s attacking stats have remained impressive but defensive problems have prevented them from killing their games off.

Both on the two sides’ recent attacking form, we expect them to find enough chances to score on Sunday.

Back Bologna to beat Venezia 

Bologna are on an impressive six-game unbeaten run, refusing to lose against Milan, Juventus, and Inter in the process. They held Roma to a goalless draw last week, displaying a brilliant defensive performance at the Olimpico Stadium.

The 13th-placed side will meet Venezia in their next league match. Their opponents will come into the game on the back of a mid-week battle against Salernitana as they hope to end their ten-game winless run.

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Venezia’s defensive stats convince us that Bologna will find several chances to score throughout the game. On the other hand, the guests’ backline will most likely repel the hosts’ attempts to score.

Don’t expect goals when Roma take on Fiorentina

Roma have struggled hard to find the back of the net in their recent matches. Bologna held them to a goalless draw a few days after their 3-1 defeat against Inter.

Jose Mourinho’s side must beat Fiorentina to end their run of three winless games. However, we expect their goalscoring problems to continue against La Viola. 

Fiorentina’s defensive stats at home convince us they can repel most of Roma’s goalscoring attempts on Monday. On the other hand, Giallorossi’s solid backline will most likely make it hard for the hosts to find the back of the net.