Bet of the day: Andrea Belotti to bag in Torino loss to AC Milan
Holly Thackeray | 12 January 2017
Coral’s bet of the day
- Andrea Belotti is second in the Serie A top scorer chart
- The young Italian hitman converted in Torino’s previous Coppa Italia clash
- Belotti was the last to bag for The Bull
- Torino’s star man also notched in a loss to AC Milan earlier in the season
- All but one of the Turin team’s defeats have come on the road
Andrea Belotti scorer odds part of best AC Milan v Torino bet
AC Milan host fellow northern Italian team Torino in the Coppa Italia round of 16 on Thursday evening, giving customers the chance of a glorious midweek wager. So, it is from this scuffle that we’ve selected our latest bet of the day, as Coral are offering exceptional Andrea Belotti scorer odds.
Punters can get their hands on a 17/2 price for reported Arsenal target Belotti to bag in a Torino defeat to the Milan giants.
There’s something about ‘Il Gallo’, Torino’s Rooster, so read on to see why we reckon he can trouble the Rossoneri even with the Bull set to suffer a blow…
Belotti to dispatch and Milan beat the Bull at 17/2
Amid speculation about a £56m Arsenal bid being rejected by the Maroon, Italy international Belotti’s agent Sergio Lancini told press: “Many clubs are interested. €65m is not enough. His clause is €100m. That’s all I can say at the moment.”
What has 23-year-old dangerman Belotti done to warrant such a steep pricetag? Score 13 in 16 Serie A games to be in contention for the Capocannoniere, the Italian top-flight’s Golden Boot.
But, that is just for starters, as the Torino number nine has hit 14 in 18 across all competitions, plus three in five Azzurri caps for 2016.
It’s no wonder the Gunners are reportedly after this goal-gobbler then, and his form could trouble AC at the San Siro. Belotti already tucked one past the Rossoneri in an eventual Torino defeat at the grand Milan stadium earlier this season.
While, the fierce frontman also leaned on Pisa to poach in the Bull’s previous Coppa Italia clash versus the Tuscany team.
Also the last to ripple the net for Torino in all competitions, Belotti’s efforts still look likely to count for nothing in Lombardy, as all bar one of the Maroon men’s six losses this season have arrived on away duty.
While, the revived Rossoneri have not lost to the Alpine outfit since 2001, and have the quality and home form to prevail, having lost just once at San Siro this campaign. So, take those 17/2 odds for Belotti to bag in a Milan victory!