Serie A – Makeshift Milan can be opposed

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OUR man in Rome and resident Serie A expert Marco Di Cosmo (@scioltz) shares his best bets from Sunday's action.

Fiorentina v Atalanta | Sunday 30th September 2018, 14:00

No much to play in Serie A on Sunday, but surely Fiorentina v Atalanta deserves most of our attention.

The visitors are struggling to repeat their sensational seasons from the last two years, but I still believe in their football quality. It is true they have lost some vital players through the years, but they’ve added great quality upfront, with the Argentinian duo of Emiliano Rigoni and Papu Gomez.

I do believe Atalanta will be able to score in Florence, where the home side have impressed in this early part of the season. No doubt Fiorentina will also find the net as regularly as they have done, with Federico Chiesa in a top form.

Both Teams To Score is (9/13 10BET).

Sassuolo v Milan | Sunday 30th September 2018, 19:30 | Eleven Sports

AC Milan are struggling so much in recent days, finding it difficult to simply win a game.

On Sunday, they will be without their best player Gonzalo Higuain and they should also miss his replacement Patrick Cutrone up front. For this reason, the Rossoneri should use the former Villarreal winger ‘Samu’ Castillejo as a centre-striker, and that is a very risky strategy when you face Sassuolo in a superb form.

The hosts are producing some exciting offensive football, being the second best attack in Serie A. If they win this game they would go beyond Napoli in second spot in the table.

I do believe Sassuolo have enough chances to avoid defeat at least and the double chance is (4/5 Bet365).

Best Bets

Fiorentina v Atalanta – Both Teams To Score (9/13 10BET)

Sassuolo v Milan – Sassuolo double chance (4/5 Bet365)

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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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