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Betting on Italian Series A 2019

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Betting on Italian Series A Football

If you are new to betting on European football then you should know that the Italian Series A League is some of the highest level of Football in Europe. It’s not the most viewed league in the world, but it produces some of the top teams and players. This league is know for having very high competition. The high level of play in this league provides a great market for football bettors and sports fans alike. Our comprehensive guide to betting on Italian Series A betting will help you successfully, enjoyably, and profitably place bets on the top teams in Italian football.

 

Overview of Italian Series A Football

Similar to most other premier leagues in Europe, Series A uses the round robin format. Teams are awarded three points for a win, and one point for a draw. There are 20 teams who all play 38 games. Whoever has the most points at the end is the Series A winner. After the completion of the season each team will have played every team in the league twice, once at home and another away. This guarantees that teams won’t have the disadvantage of playing both games away. Playing a match at home in Italian Series A Football is a huge advantage.

Italian Serie A league is made up of 18 teams. After completing a season, the top two teams are guaranteed a place in the group stage of the Champions League. Due to current UEFA ratings, the league requires the third place team to participate in a playoff qualification. They have to win a two legged tie to make it through to the Champions League.

Series A league results also determines which teams will participate in the Europa League next season. Teams placing fourth out of 20 will go straight to the Europa League. While the team in fifth will have to qualify for the event. The team who wins Coppa Italia is also granted a spot in the Europa League. This can affect which teams are guaranteed spots based off the Series A league results.

The Relegation Zone

Teams in the last three positions after the season will be sent down from the Series A to Series B. The teams who finish in the top three positions from the Serie B league get promoted to Series A the upcoming season.

History Of Serie A

Football has a long rich history in Italy with organised football leagues going all the way back to 1898. All around the country, regional teams were growing rapidly. Football began attracting great popularity prompting national administrators to create a national league. The first season of Italian Series A Football took place in 1929/30. In these days political disputes polluted the country, but the passion for football was enough to overcome these downsides. This created a community of passionate football fans.

Each year’s champion wins a small shield at the end. It is a unique tradition in the Series A league. Champions have the scudetto sewn on to the jerseys to wear proudly following their victorious season. Juventus has had this opportunity 32 times since the start of Series A competition.They are the most winning team in the history of the league. Milan and Internazionale are the second and third most winning teams in the event with 18 championships each.

Italian Serie A Odds Explained

Since football is the most popular sport in Italy, it hosts numerous different leagues. This creates great opportunities for football bettors. With so many options in Italian football, it is nearly impossible to accurately evaluate each match and set odds accordingly. Bookmakers often overlook certain games, and offer odds that may present value to an experienced football bettor. Series A odds and bookmaker offerings are similar to most other football betting markets. Understanding them can help maximize profits and long term football betting success. Bookmakers cover a wide variety of outcomes across Series A football, ranging from outright bets, title winners, futures, props, top four finishers, and even asian handicaps. The standard odd types are Match Result, Asian Handicap, and Goal Total Over/Under all available for each match.

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