OUR man in Italy, Marco Di Cosmo (@scioltz) looks to continue his hot streak in Serie A with his best Sunday selections.
Spal v Inter Milan | Sunday 28th January 2018, 11:30 | BT Sport
Inter Milan are probably are among the most boring football teams in Italian football; their scoring form relies 75% on Mauro Icardi and they also come from five consecutive games with Under 2.5 Goals scored.
Still, I am backing such trends to stop when they meet SPAL. The home side appreciate goals on their ground where their scoring form is so much better and their defence remains questionable with almost two goals conceded per-game.
Therefore, I’ll take Over 2.5 Goals at 5/6 (Marathon).
Napoli v Bologna | Sunday 28th January 2018, 14:00 | BT Sport
Napoli have little problems scoring and they’ve also managed to build a fantastic defensive line: they are the best defence in Serie A, simply because most of the teams are afraid to attack them for most of the game.
Bologna could a be little different on Sunday, as they have often showed consistency away from home. Their mentality could be much more proactive than usual while Napoli should have no problems in getting the three points.
Back Napoli to win and more than two goals in the game at 13/20 (Betway).
Torino v Benevento | Sunday 28th January 2018, 14:00
I am laying Benevento again for this match.
Torino under new coach Walter Mazzarri seem very solid and they should have no problems in beating a side who’s going to be relegated 99%.
Their superior quality should lead to a comfortable win – I’ll add to that Over 1.5 goals to obtain better odds of 8/13 (Betfair).
Milan v Lazio | Sunday 28th January 2018, 17:30 | BT Sport
Lazio always delivered when we asked them to do it.
Could they do it again in San Siro? Probably so.
I am not buying AC Milan’s new form under coach Rino Gattuso. Their win in Cagliari was more than lucky and I am confident Lazio can get something from here – the visitors are 11/10 (Betfair) in the Draw No Bet market.
Roma v Sampdoria | Sunday 28th January 2018, 19:45 | BT Sport
These teams played against each other just a couple of days ago, and we called them correctly picking Sampdoria to win or draw.
This time, I am backing the Olimpico to make the difference and I am siding with the Giallorossi to win. Edin Dzeko seems likely to stay in Rome, while Patrik Schick has showed shades of his talent in the previous match.
I think the Giallorossi could get a win here – I’ll add Under 4.5 to have better odds in a comfort zone at 4/5 (188BET).
Spal v Inter Milan – Over 2.5 Goals (5/6 Marathon)
Napoli v Bologna – Napoli to win and Over 2.5 Goals (13/20 Betway)
Torino v Benevento – Torino to win and Over 1.5 Goals (8/13 Betfair)
Milan v Lazio – Lazio draw no bet (11/10 Betfair)
Roma v Sampdoria – Roma to win and Under 4.5 Goals (4/5 188BET)