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 8 of the Serie A campaign.
Goals likely on both sides when Sassuolo host Salernitana
Sassuolo ended their run of four winless games by beating Turino before the international break.
This weekend, they will take on Salernitana, who come into the game on the back of a disappointing defeat against Lecce.
We expect Sassuolo to push for the home win. Given their recent attacking stats, we expect the hosts to find enough goalscoring chances.
However, Salernitana’s recent attacking displays convince us that they will also have a good chance of scoring against their opponents’ out-of-form backline.
Back Udinese to beat Verona
Udinese continued their dream start to the season by beating Inter on September 18.
We expect the White and Blacks to continue their five-game winning streak when they meet Verona on Monday.
Verona come into the game on the back of another poor defensive display.
Having conceded ten shots on target against Fiorentina, the hosts must prepare for a tough evening against Udinese’s in-form attacking line.
The hosts might try to hurt their opponents with counter-attacks. But Udinese’s incredible attacking stats suggest they would win the game with their superior firepower.
Expect goals on both ends when Sampdoria take on Monza
Sampdoria remained at the bottom of the table after suffering a 2-1 defeat against Spezia before the international break.
The Blucerchiati hope to bounce back from their disappointing start to the season when they meet Monza this weekend.
Monza haven’t been an easy team to score against this season. But Sampdoria’s recent goal numbers indicate they have a good chance of scoring on home soil against the White and Reds.
Monza will most likely spend most of the game in their own half. However, their latest two performances against Lecce and Juventus convince us that they have enough firepower to get behind Sampdoria’s backline at least once in the upcoming game.