Content feed Comments Feed Twitter itunes

Italian Serie A Matchday 3 Predictions

Posted by Kevin Walker Saturday, September 12, 2021

I originally posted these comments at Punter's Lounge this morning but decided it would be good to copy and paste them up at serieaweekly for those looking for a betting edge this weekend.


You show me your Treble I'll show you Mine, play the Serie A Weekly treble challenge.

In Serie A this weekend I've got JUVE/Roma/Fiorentina all pegged as winners.

Juve are operating on all cylinders with new imports Diego, Melo and I'm guessing Grosso providing a flying start for their new club.

Roma, I expect a 100% motivated side for this match. The new coach syndrome is in play and regardless what pundits say Roma is a quality side.

Fiorentina without Mutu is still a very deadly side, Jovetic looks good in his performance so far and I have faith in Gilardino to make an impact against a weaker opponent in Cagliari, Fiorentina will not be short on offensive power. Finally, the 12th man (home advantage) at the stadio Franchi doesn't hurt but hope they've fixed that dust bowl of a pitch before Sunday.

A very viable alternative is Sampdoria away to Atalanta. Manager Del Neri returns to his old stomping grounds and with the strike partnership of Cassano-Pazzini playing for him I see this one as both an over 2.5 and away win.

visit http://www.serieaweekly.com/ as I expand the writers corp. offer new jersey contests and provide weekly commentary with the Minute+10 podcast.


Matchday 3 Fixtures

September 12th
18:00 Livorno vs AC Milan
20:45 Lazio vs Juventus

September 13th
15:00 Atalanta vs Sampdoria
15:00 Bologna vs Chievo
15:00 Fiorentina vs Cagliari
15:00 Inter Milan vs Parma
15:00 Palermo vs Bari
15:00 Siena vs AS Roma
15:00 Udinese vs Catania
20:45 Genoa vs Napoli

I'm reading: Italian Serie A Matchday 3 PredictionsTweet this!

0 comments

Post a Comment

Licensed under a Creative Commons Licence...... Creative Commons LicenseSoccerlinks
Admin LoginTOP 100 S OCCER SITESListed on Soccer Blogs
© Serie A Weekly 2009.

Serie A Weekly recognises all copyrights contained. Where possible we acknowledge the copyright holder. If you own copyright to an article/image and object to its presence, contact the blog immediately using the link at the top of this page.

This blog is not responsible for the content of third party sites.