Serie A Betting UK
Italian Serie A
Serie A is Italy’s top-tier football league, one that has played host to some of the most talented individuals to ever kick a ball. It is a league of 20 top teams that was first played back in 1929, when it was won by the team that would eventually become Inter Milan. Each team in Serie A plays 38 games—19 home and 19 away—which means that a full season covers 380 games. The UK has always had a good relationship with Italian football betting. Many football fans grew-up watching Football Italia, where they became closely acquainted with the league and its superstars, and those fans have now switched to streaming channels and digital TV packages to catch as many games as they can. Serie A is popular because it produces so many good players and has always been a wide-open league. In fact, while Juventus entered somewhat of a dominant stage in 2010, winning 8 seasons in a row from 2012 to 2019, the years before this saw an eclectic mix of winners. Between 1982 and 1992, there were 7 different winners. Serie A is a showcase of top talent and this creates some tough competition and some fierce rivalries.
Serie A Players and Teams
La Liga and the Premier League usually get all the plaudits when it comes to European football, especially here in the United Kingdom. However, a recent study of the 100 best players in history found that over 40% played in Serie A, more than any other domestic football league. This is the league that turned Pogba, Immobile, El Shaarawy, and Dybala into superstars, the league where Paolo Maldini and Francisco Totti spent their entire careers and the league that got the very best out of Gianluigi Buffon, one of the best goalkeepers in history. Serie A also got the very best from Dino Zoff, Javier Zanetti, Robert Baggio, and Alessandro Del-Piero. Serie A has produced many golden eras as well, from the dominant AC Milan team of the mid-90s, which beat Monaco 3-0 and Barcelona 4-0 on their route to Champions League success; to the modern Juventus team, which counts players like Cuadrado, Mandzukic, Ronaldo, Ramsey, Sandro, Khedira, Can, Dybala, Chiellini, Bonucci, Costa, and Rabiot amongst its ranks. When you see a team sheet like that, it’s easy to see why Juventus have been so dominant in recent years and how they have managed to win so many titles in such a competitive league.
Serie A Betting
Outside Italy, Italian football is perceived to be highly defensive, but while this has been true of the Italian national team in the past (they have produced some of the world’s best defenders after all) it isn’t necessarily true of Serie A on the whole. This is an attacking, explosive league. In the most recent Serie A season, there was an average of 2.68 goals per game, which was greater than the 2.56 seen in the French league, which is often seen as high-flying and free-scoring. There are lots of goals and lots of explosive action in this league and that’s why Serie A betting is so popular. Some of the most popular Serie A bets here on Karamba are outright bets, whereby players might set on the teams they think will win, finish in the top half, or get relegated. There are also Total bets for cards, corners, and goals, as well as Handicap bets, Match Results, and many more. If you want to stack-up the bets you can even opt for a Karamba accumulator or check out our Bet calculator for more betting options. Whatever you do, just remember to gamble responsibly and keep an eye on your bankroll. See our Bet calculator for more betting options.
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