Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Serie A games of the weekend.
As we prepare for another 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 31 of the Serie A campaign.
Expect goals when Lazio host Torino
Lazio have reached the second spot on the Serie A table on the back of a fantastic run of four consecutive wins in recent weeks.
Next up, they will take on Torino, who have failed to win any of their last four matches. The hosts’ fantastic attacking form convinces us that they will find enough chances against Torino’s out-of-form backline.
However, the Turin side’s recent displays and their attacking stats in away games suggest we should expect an open game with a host of goalscoring opportunities on both ends.
Back Inter to beat Empoli
Inter reached the semi-finals of the Champions League by beating Benfica 5-3 on aggregate. But their situation in Serie A has been completely different.
Simone Inzaghi’s side haven’t won a single Serie A match since March 5. But we expect this run to end when they meet Empoli this weekend.
Empoli have scored only once in their last three games, continuing their poor run of attacking form.
On the other hand, Inter’s attacking display against Benfica suggests they will find enough chances to outscore their 14th-placed opponents on Sunday.
Goals likely on both sides when Udinese meet Cremonese
Udinese go into their next Serie A game on the back of a 3-0 defeat against Roma. They must face Cremonese, who have revived their hopes of escaping relegation with back-to-back victories.
Cremonese have scored in all of their last five league games. Their impressive attacking consistency convinces us that they will score against their opponents’ out-of-form backline.
However, Udinese have also maintained their attacking form on home soil in recent weeks. Having scored seven goals in their last three home games, Udinese will also have a good chance of finding the back of the net on Sunday.