Serie A Betting & Odds at Coral
The new Serie A season will be a battle between the old and new. Juventus, who had won nine scudettos in succession up until last year's final match of 2020-21 campaign at home against Napoli (and lost), is no longer unchallenged as Inter took over to finish first for this term after its treble winning season from 2009/2010 campaign under Jose Mourinho which made them joint top scorers along other two teams during that time span including champion Milan also known popularly by fans "il Diavolo" or "the devil."
The Italian football team, Inter Milan is now in for their toughest challenge yet. The 17-game winning streak ended with Juventus taking home the Serie A title and they are set on defending it this year as well but there is no easy task when you are up against one of Italy most popular teams among people at least once every couple years (Juve). Their new coach Simone Inzaghi will use a 3-5-2 formation which was also his preference during the last campaign so do not mark out your calendar just yet if things go according to what has already been happening recently
Massimiliano Allegri has remained Juventus' manager since taking over in 2014. The Bianconeri have retained a good frame and they will fight on all fronts (especially the Champions League). This league has eluded them for too long but the first 30 minutes against Sassuolo was different with only one goal scored so far which is not surprising due to traditional bracket between start of match and half-time where fewest goals happen during this period: Italy's Serie A rankings show increased scoring percentage continues until endgame.