Superb 11/2 Serie A treble stars Roma, Lazio, Juventus
Aaron Cox | November 27, 2015
Red hot 11/2 Serie A treble features in-form Roma plus big-guns Lazio and Juventus
A vintage Italian trio join forces for Coral’s sublime Sunday Serie A special, where wins for all of Roma, Lazio and Juventus pay out at 11/2, making this a truly tempting enhanced treble.
Read on to find out why this fantastic bet, featuring three match favourites, is worth a weekend wager…
Roma v Atalanta
Formidable Roma currently sit fourth in the top-flight, just three points behind leaders Inter Milan, mostly due to their superb home form. The capital club are unbeaten all season at the Stadio Olimpico with 16 points from a possible 18 in front of their own fervent supporters.
The goal-hungry Giallorossi have been ruthless on their own patch, plundering 17 of their 29 Serie A goals there, which is tellingly a league high and makes the capital club odds-on at 4/7 to take all three points from this tussle.
Atalanta, meanwhile, arrive without a win in three matches and with just one goal from their previous four fixtures. Away from home it’s an even worse story, with just one victory on their travels and a mere three goals registered in their seven trips.
In addition, Atalanta haven’t tasted triumph at this venue since 2003 and, with Roma so potent of late, that shows no signs of changing.
Empoli v Lazio
The last clash between these two saw the Eagles hammer four goals past their opponents, so the Romans are understandably 6/4 favourites. It’s just three wins from 16 attempts in the league for Empoli against Lazio and they have a worrying habit of conceding heaps of goals against them.
In those 16 contests, the visitors have scored 33 goals, averaging more than two a game, a worrying statistic for the hosts.
Palermo v Juventus
Italian champions Juve have settled into their stride in recent weeks and have won their last three matches in all competitions. They next travel to Palermo, placed 14th in Serie A, on the back of a superb win against Manchester City in the Champions League and should make it four in a row here, with an odds-on 4/7 price to do just that.
Former Palermo predator Paulo Dybala is a man in form for the Old Lady with two strikes in as many of his past league outings, and he is his side’s top scorer this term, after notching six Serie A goals in the famous black and white strip.
Sicilian side Palermo have won only two of their preceding 11 league matches and just twice at home all season. Failure to score with enough regularity has hampered the Rosanero – they’ve only notched more than one goal in a game once in their last nine league contests.
Recent history doesn’t look great for Maurizio Zamparini’s charges either, as they have lost the last six meetings against Juventus without scoring a single goal.
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