Serie A 2023/24 is approaching, the first day will be played from 19-21 August and as always the ante-post odds are already active to predict who will win the Italian flag. Let’s see which clubs are the most accredited for the final win?
Scudetto odds for Serie A 2023/24
Under the guidance of their new coach, Rudi Garcia, Italy’s champion Napoli will play their first match against Frosinone. A uncomplicated start for the blues, at least on paper. Inter will face Monza, who lost to Milan on penalties at the Berlusconi Trophy and will be hosted by Bologna instead. Among other matches, we will see Udinese – Juventus and Roma – Salernitana.
But all eyes are on more than in the beginning, this is the end of Serie A 2023/24 and who will lift Scudetto. If you’re one of those who are going to place one of the Serie A ante post bets, know that for SNAI* Excellent favorite Inter for scudetto. Inzaghi’s suit is given at 3:00.
1 and a half points away, we find instead Napoli, Milan and Juve data at 4.50. We’ll see if Garcia can repeat Spalletti’s success and whether the Rossoneri can get along after the many newcomers. But the Old Woman can win the day, facilitated by the fact that she won’t have to play in any European competition.
Scudetto 2023/24, the luck of others
After the first positions we find the semi-foreign teams: Roma, Lazio and Atalanta. THEM romanticist listed at 12, still strong in driver Mourinho and bomber Dybala, ready to scatter goals. Even if we think that the farewell of a foot like Milinkovic-Savic can be heard, Lazio follows in 15.
Atalanta got 33 quotes for the final win but for us Can super championopinion newly signed Smacca making their debut and what effect it might have on the season. The place in Europe for next season is very close.
So after removing these first 7 teams, the rest are considered real foreigners It’s even awarded to the steadily rising 1000 with Monza and Fiorentina in the 100, Sassuolo and Turin in the 250, and Serie A 2023/24 win of Frosinone, Cagliari, Salernitana, Genoa, Verona, Empoli and Lecce. Leicester has taught us miracles football may be but we don’t think we will see it in our league. At least for this season.
*Offers are subject to change