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Italy Serie A: Inter Milan on Fast Track to Title

Inter Milan became the second team in Serie A history to score in the season’s first 30 games. The Serie A odds to win Serie A suggest they should be given the trophy already.

 

Italy Serie A: Inter Milan on Fast Track to Title
Kristjan Asllani of FC Internazionale/Photo Fabrizio Carabelli / LiveMedia / DPPI

No Stopping Inter and Simone Inzaghi

Simone Inzaghi has taken Inter Milan to a new level and his work in the dugout has helped bring in over $430m in revenue over the last three years.

The 47-year-old Italian coach has transformed the Nerazzurri into one of the strongest teams in Europe since his arrival back in 2021, taking them to the Champions League final last term and putting them on track to win their historic 20th Scudetto this campaign.

Inzaghi has less than 18 months left on his contract with Inter but the club is planning to sit down with their coach in the coming months to set up a new deal, keen to lock down the tactician ahead of the new campaign.

If you’re betting online and you love your soccer futures, there’s no need to back Inter for the title because the value is decreasing week in and week out.

 

 

Bologna Inches Closer to Champions League

Stunning first-half strikes from Riccardo Orsolini and Alexis Saelemaekers and Charalampos Lykogiannis’ fine finish in stoppage time ensured that Bologna stayed in fourth place, increasing the gap to five points over AS Roma.

Thiago Motta’s side has won eight of their last nine matches, and not only look a good online bet to reach Europe’s top club competition, but also have third-place Juventus in their sights.

Juve is just two points ahead of Bologna following their last-gasp defeat at Lazio on Saturday and have been dragged back into a battle for the Champions League.

Last season’s ninth place was the highest Bologna had finished in Serie A for over a decade and they are well on course for their best placing in years, so we will continue to include them in our Serie A picks and parlays.

 

Romelu Lukaku Expected to Stay with AS Roma

Romelu Lukaku would like to stay with AS Roma and the club is eager to keep the striker, but two conditions must be met to facilitate a deal with Chelsea.

The 30-year-old Belgian forward has been one of the few Giallorossi players not to directly benefit from the switch from Jose Mourinho to Daniele De Rossi, managing just three goals across Serie A and the Europa League since the former midfielder’s appointment back in January.

Despite his drop in form, Lukaku is still keen to move forward with Roma for next season, having enjoyed his time in the Italian capital. His contract with Chelsea expires in 2026, but he has no intention of wearing the Blues shirt later this year.

There are two key factors needed for the Giallorossi to retain the 30-year-old. The first is securing Champions League qualification and the second is that the Blues agree to a new loan deal. If you love your player props, you should start backing him to score goals.

 

Tudor Winning Debut over Former Club Juventus

Igor Tudor’s first match in charge of Lazio ended in a win against his former club Juventus, ending a run of three consecutive home defeats with a 1-0 win, courtesy of a last-minute winner from Adam Marusic.

With two wins in a row, Lazio is now sitting seventh in the standings, just four points behind Atalanta in sixth. They need a strong performance in the final stage of the season in order to secure a European spot.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Where will Napoli’s Victor Osimhen land in the summer?


Reports in Italy suggest that Napoli superstar Osimhen has already decided which club he’ll join in the summer transfer window, tasking his agent Roberto Calenda to start laying the groundwork for a $140m move away from Napoli at the end of the season.

Who will be Juventus’ next manager?


Thiago Motta is the leading candidate to replace Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus in 2024-25, but Massimo Brambilla or club legend Paolo Montero could be appointed as interim coach if the Livorno-born tactician is sacked before the end of the season.

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