I should note that the Wednesday Serie A games are on the list for the free Premier 6 game. I recommend that you play it since it doesn’t cost anything.
Lazio v Brescia – Wednesday 29 July – Serie A
Lazio have been in poor form since the restart and their results saw them fall away in the title race. However, they’re still third in the standings and have won their last two games, so I expect them to end the season well.
Their next game is against Brescia, who are 19th and have already been relegated. They’ve lost four of their last five games and I don’t think that they will spring a surprise.
Of the Wednesday Serie A games, I think this is the most likely to produce goals. Over 2.5 Goals (1.25) have been scored in nine of Lazio’s last ten games, and each of Brescia’s past six.
Hellas Verona v SPAL – Wednesday 29 July – Serie A
This is a great chance for Hellas Verona to pick up three points. They are ninth in the standings but have not won any of their last seven games.
They won’t get a better chance to end that run than against SPAL. The visitors are bottom of the table and have lost 14 of their 18 away games this season. I’m tipping a win for Hellas Verona at odds of 1.50.
Sampdoria v AC Milan – Wednesday 29 July – Serie A
This is probably the most interesting of the Wednesday Serie A matches. Sampdoria have won a lot of games since the restart but they’re still 15th. Why? They have lost all of their games against top-six sides in that time.
That spells bad news here, then. AC Milan are sixth, one point above Napoli, and a victory for the Rossoneri would confirm their place in the Europa League qualifiers next season. They are unbeaten in all competitions since the season resumed, winning seven of 11. I’m backing an away win at odds of 1.50.
Cagliari v Juventus – Wednesday 29 July – Serie A
Juventus are Serie A champions following their win over Sampdoria on Sunday. It’s their ninth title in a row. They are without a win in their last three away games, though.
However, they face a Cagliari side who haven’t won any of their last eight games. They have only scored three times in that spell, too. Since they have lost their last seven games against Juventus with only one goal in those meetings, my tip will be a Juventus Win. Odds are 1.55.
Torino v AS Roma – Wednesday 29 July – Serie A
Torino are 16th and have achieved their aim of avoiding relegation for another year. Roma have bigger hopes, though. They are fifth in the Serie A and victory tonight would ensure that they play in the Europa League next season. They are in good form, too, with five wins in their past six matches.
Even though they lost to Torino in January, they had won the four previous league meetings. I’m still backing an AS Roma Win (1.55).
*Odds subject to change