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Serie A 2021-22 Predictions: 3 Betting tips for Matchday 38

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

As we prepare for the final matchday of the Serie A season, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 38 of Serie A.

Expect goals on both sides when Venezia host Cagliari

Cagliari continued their four-game winless run against Inter last week, failing to escape the relegation zone. The 18th-placed side will face the already-relegated Venezia in their final game of the campaign.

The guests will surely push for a victory in the upcoming game, and their attacking numbers convince us that they will find the back of the net in Venice.

However, Cagliari’s poor defensive form will most likely provide enough chances for Venezia to score at least once in the upcoming match.

Back Genoa to beat Bologna on home soil

Genoa have continued to struggle for consistency in recent weeks. The 19th placed side followed their brilliant win over Juventus with a 3-0 defeat against Napoli last week.

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The Red and Blues will face Bologna in their last match of the season as they try to avoid relegation. Only a victory can keep Geona in the race for Serie A survival, and we expect them to do just that.

With Bologna struggling with defensive issues, we believe the hosts will find enough chances to seal the victory.

Goals likely on both ends when Roma take on Torino

Roma need a victory against Torino to secure their place in the next season’s Europa League.

Jose Mourinho’s men come into the game on the back of a disappointing run of five winless games. However, we expect them to push for a victory against the Turin side.

Torino have scored ten goals in their last five games, beating in-form Verona last weekend. The hosts’ recent attacking performances suggest they will have a good chance of finding the back of the net on Friday.

However, their attacks will most likely open up spaces for Mourinho’s men to hurt them on the counter-attacks.