Free-spending Milan make the trip south to Rome to take on a Lazio side who have lost some of their better players over the summer. The clubs featured in this week’s Lazio vs Milan preview are anticipated to have quite different campaigns this year and their respective results so far support that. The battle at the Stadio Olimpico promises to be one of the better Serie A games over the weekend and punters have plenty of options in the bookies’ football odds. Read our free expert betting tips below.
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The Biancocelesti started 2017/18 with a remarkable 3-2 Italian Super Coppa win over Serie A champions Juventus. A 0-0 draw against Spal in Rome wasn’t the best of league starts, however, their follow-up 2-1 win at Chievo was a much better performance and is something to consider before detailing any Lazio vs Milan betting tips.
With a relatively brand new set of players, the away squad were expected to take some time to gel before picking up consistent results. However, ahead of our Atalanta vs Sassuolo predictions, Vincenzo Montella’s signings have helped the Rossoneri to two wins from two league matches and four wins from four overall.
Argentinean midfielder Lucas Biglia moved from Lazio to Milan in the summer and is expected to start against his old club on Sunday. AC are unbeaten against their opponents for two seasons now, though the corresponding fixture in 2016/17 finished 1-1.
I’m going for an away win to open my Lazio vs Milan picks. Unfortunately for Simone Inzaghi, his squad was weakened over the summer with the departures of Biglia and Keita Balde and while their results have been decent in the opening weeks, a defeat feels like it’s just around the corner. The Rossoneri seem to be improving with each game and a price of 15/8 for them to win is too good to pass up. Montella’s men don’t have the best of records at the Stadio Olimpico, a single win from seven attempts is a statistic to worry even the most ardent AC fan, but this year they can travel to the capital with renewed confidence. Betfred's Serie A odds are unmatched this week, so we recommend you avail of their offers.
Two of Lazio’s three matches this season have had over 2.5 goals, while four of Milan’s five have too. With that data contemplated, making over 2.5 goals the next of our weekend football tips feels like the right call. Fans at the Stadio Olimpico should be in for a lively clash between two tactically expansive outfits. The Milanese giants have scored on each of their last 14 Serie A away trips – a remarkable record that stretches all the way back to December 2016. The home side’s blank at home to SPAL on day one of 2017/18 was only the second time in nine they didn’t score at the Stadio Olimpico.
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