Serie A Betting Tips

Juventus Turin vs Lazio Rome betting tips: Serie A preview, predictions & odds

Monday night football from Serie A sees two of the league’s form teams go head to head. La Vecchia Signora have been good at home recently and have picked up 11 points from their last six Serie A home matches here at the Allianz Stadium. I Biancocelesti have been even better on their travels recently and have picked up 13 points from their last six Serie A matches on the road. Juventus have a strong home record against Lazio Roma though with fifty wins to Lazio’s nine in Turin. Therefore, 101 Great Goals' prediction for this match is Juventus Turin 2-1 Lazio Roma and is available at odds of 9/1.

Alternatively, you can bet on any Juventus win at 2.1/1 against I Biancocelesti at home on Monday.

Or, back any away win for Lazio at 3.2/1 here at the Allianz Stadium.

You can find odds of 3.6/1 for any draw between Juventus and Lazio on Monday.

Bet on Juventus Turin v Lazio Roma at bet365 by clicking here.

Match Preview

The Old Lady welcome Lazio Roma to the Allianz Stadium on Monday for this Serie A match. Juve will finish the season in the top four qualifying for Champions League football once again regardless of the outcome here. Lazio need four points from the remaining two games to be mathematically certain of qualifying for the UEFA Europa League.

Juventus Turin come into the match on a run of two home league games undefeated. They have picked up 10 points from a maximum of 18 from their last six Serie A matches.

La Fidanzata dItalia lost their last league match away to Genoa CFC. Expected goals of 3.1 to 2.0 in favour of Genoa indicates perhaps it was a fair result. Despite having little to play for, it will be disappointing to have collapsed in the final five minutes against one of the league’s weaker sides. Losing to an injury-time penalty will always feel like a sucker punch too.

Paulo Dybala scored the opening goal of the game here and now has 10 league goals this season for Juventus. This could be his final home game for Juve as he looks set to leave in the summer and is 7/1 to get the opening goal against here. The final score of the match was 2-1.

Their opponent on Monday, Lazio Roma, come into the match on a run of two wins in a row. They have picked up 13 points from a maximum of 18 from their last six Serie A matches.

The White and Sky Blues won their last league match at home to Sampdoria Genoa. Expected goals of 2.4 to 0.7 in favour of Lazio indicates it was likely a fair result. Goals either side of halftime from Patric and Luis Alberto gave them a routine home win. The final score of the match was 2-0.

Ciro Immobile looks set to be Serie A’s top goalscorer once again and currently leads the charts with 27 goals, four ahead of Juve’s Vlahovic. He is the 5/1 favourite to score the opening goal of the game against Juventus Turin on Monday.

Juventus Turin vs Lazio Roma: Previous Serie A Meetings

155 in Total:- 84 Juventus Turin wins, 34 Lazio Roma wins, 37 draws.

Juventus Turin team news

Luca Pellegrini (ankle injury), Federico Chiesa (cruciate ligament), and Kaio Jorge (patella injury) will be unavailable for The Old Lady due to injury on Monday.

Juventus Turin may look to make a few unforced changes to the side who lost against Genoa CFC in their last league match. Moise Kean missed Juve’s three best chances in the match and could lose his place to Álvaro Morata as a result.

Lazio Roma team news

Injury will rule out Pedro (calf problems) for the trip to the Allianz Stadium. Patryk Dziczek will also miss the match against Juventus Turin due to his heart condition.

Lazio Roma are unlikely to make any further unforced changes to the side that beat Sampdoria Genoa in their last league outing.

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