Bookings Tips | Atalanta v Verona | 20th September 2015


GAVIN Murphy’s (@GamePlanGavin) been in outstanding form of late. Here’s latest slice of card-betting genius comes from Sunday’s Serie A card.

Atalanta v Verona | Sunday 14.00

Who remembers Al Pacino in Scarface? Well, there is a young referee in Italy who resembles young Al. Say hello to my little friend…Fabio Maresca.

Maresca takes charge of the Serie A clash between Atalanta and Verona on Sunday and I expect plenty of cards.

These two teams are two of the three most ill-disciplined teams in Italy’s top flight, averaging at least three cards-per-game.

Senor Maresca has been officiating in Serie B and now gets his chance with the big boys. Last term he dished out an average of 7.5 cards-per-game and I expect that trend to continue on Sunday afternoon.

Given that these are two dirty teams, officiated by a newbie referee who likes the colours yellow and red, I’m getting involved with Over 5.5 Cards at 5/6 with Bet365.

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Atalanta v Verona – Over 5.5 card (5/6 Bet365)


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