Serie A: Poor Pescara set for another sore Sunday

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OUR man in Italy, Marco Di Cosmo (@scioltz) looks to continue his hot streak in Serie A with three selections on Sunday.

Atalanta v Cagliari | Sunday 14:00

Atalanta are looking for their third consecutive home win against Cagliari, who are the second worst travellers of Serie A, with 25 goals conceded in just 11 games.

I rate the Bergamaschi credible to get the three points here, but the I think the odds really overvalue them and despite the visitors having little chance, I do not think their odds of 1.40 are justified.

For this I will swerve a home victory and instead back Over 2.5 Goals (5/7 188BET), being reliant on goals and an offensive-minded Atalanta side.

Genoa v Sassuolo | Sunday 14:00

We should see entertainment also in Genoa where the host are probably in the most difficult moment of their season.

Some shades of joy have come against Fiorentina where they scored an equaliser in the final minutes, avoiding the fourth losses in last five matches.

Genoa’s main issues are coming from the defensive end as they have conceded nine goals in the last three matches, and I think Sassuolo will be able to exploit such difficulties.

For this reason I will back Both Teams To Score at 13/20 (William Hill).

Pescara v Lazio | Sunday 14:00

Maybe we’re going too repetitive, but facing Pescara is undoubtedly the easiest task in Serie A at this moment.

Inter proved this theory right last week with an easy 3-0 in which they’ve showed no mercy for Pescara.

A similar treatment they should suffer from Lazio, who have their strikers back in Keita Balde and Ciro Immobile.

The duo will be enough to beat a side who hasn’t win a single game in Serie A yet and odds of 16/25 (Marathon) are fair.

Best Bets

Atalanta v Cagliari – Over 2.5 Goals (5/7 188BET)

Genoa v Sassuolo – Both Teams To Score (13/20 William Hill)

Pescara v Lazio – Lazio to win (16/25 Marathon)

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Marco first found an interest in betting back in 2007 when correctly calling AC Milan as Champions League winners. Through his love and knowledge for Italian football, Marco soon started penning betting content based around the game in his home country. Based in Italy, Marco keeps a close eye on all the goings-on in Serie A, the Azzurri as well as taking a keen interest in politics though his career in journalism and the media.

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