Serie A action carries on this weekend with Inter Milan continuing to stretch out their lead at the top of the table, while those in the bottom three sink into deeper trouble. Let's take a look at some Serie A handicap betting.
Serie A handicap betting – games in focus
Cagliari vs Napoli – Napoli (2.0)
Napoli's terrible form this season could get a boost in the next couple of weeks with a more favourable run in. Up first is Cagliari, and they are down in 19th with just 23 goals scored, 46 let in and only four wins alongside their 14 defeats.
Napoli continue to struggle in their own regard with only 10 wins in what has been a terrible attempt to defend their Serie A title. The Naples side have also only bagged 33 times this campaign, but they should still rack up a few goals against the struggling Cagliari. Napoli also managed to hold Barcelona to a draw during the week, as Victor Osimhen got amongst the goals again.
The odds of Napoli winning against a -2.0 handicap are at 13/2 (7.5).
Juventus vs Frosinone – Juventus (-2.0)
Juventus' hopes of a return to the summit of Italian football for the first time in three seasons are fading rapidly with them dropping points for the fourth game in a row last weekend to now put them nine points behind Inter Milan in first place with the latter also having a game in hand. Despite the poor run, however, the Old Lady should get back to winning ways here and rack up a few goals against Frosinone.
Frosinone continue to hover just above the relegation zone by three points with the club losing 14 times and letting in the most goals in Serie A (52) from 25 games. At the same time, Juventus have let in only 17 goals this campaign and won 25 matches too. They've also lost only three games and the likes of Dusan Vlahovic will be eager to get a goal against the worst defence in the league after he bagged another penalty last time out.
The odds of Juventus winning against a -2.0 handicap are at 9/4 (3.25).
Lecce vs Inter Milan – Inter (-2.0)
The destined champions are back in action late on Sunday and only a handful of days after narrowly defeating Atletico Madrid to put one foot into the quarter-finals of the Champions League once more. Inter are nine clear of Juventus in second place and with a game in hand to play as well, the club are coming into this game knowing they practically have one hand on the Serie A title once more.
Inter are arguably the best team in Europe this season, and are no doubt in better form across all competitions than even sides like their Champions League final partners, Manchester City. The San Siro side have lost only once in Serie A and with just 12 goals let in during the 24 games so far, they are the best defensive side across all of Europe.
Ultimately, with Lecce down in 14th with only five wins and 24 goals scored from 25 outings, the home side likely take a beating.