Serie A 2021/22 – odds, schedule & results

Table
Serie A 2023/24
Grundserie5 most recentMPWDLGF-GAPts
1Inter 13111134-63413112033-63526223167-1269
2Juventus 1393120-8301383221-112726176341-1957
3Milan 1392222-8291373328-242426165550-3253
4Bologna 14112126-7351227313-161326139439-2348
5Atalanta 13101230-8311343618-201526144848-2846
6Roma 1493233-15301242615-171426135848-3244
7Fiorentina 1382324-13261343615-171526125939-3041
8Napoli 1253417-16181464423-142226117840-3040
9Lazio 1263313-9211461719-1919261241032-2840
10Torino 1365214-8231334611-17132699825-2536
11Monza 1355316-13201344511-17162699827-3036
12Genoa 1355317-16201334611-15132689928-3133
13Empoli 132479-18101343613-221526671322-4025
14Lecce 1354415-2119130589-22526591224-4324
15Udinese 1318416-2011132659-201226314925-4023
16Frosinone 1362522-222013031012-33326651534-5523
17Hellas Verona 1235414-16141413109-20626481423-3620
18Sassuolo 1333717-25121322915-29826551632-5420
19Cagliari 1344516-2216130498-25426481424-4720
20Salernitana 1414913-297121387-24626271720-5313
Schedule
Results
Game
Results
20:45 28/2
Serie A - Grundserie
4 - 0
18:00 28/2
Serie A - Grundserie
1 - 6
20:45 26/2
Serie A - Grundserie
2 - 1
18:30 26/2
Serie A - Grundserie
3 - 2
20:45 25/2
Serie A - Grundserie
1 - 1
18:00 25/2
Serie A - Grundserie
0 - 4
15:00 25/2
Serie A - Grundserie
1 - 1
12:30 25/2
Serie A - Grundserie
3 - 2
20:45 24/2
Serie A - Grundserie
2 - 0
18:00 24/2
Serie A - Grundserie
0 - 2
Form table 5 latest games in Serie A
MPWDLGF-GAMSPts
1Inter550017-21515
2Bologna550014-31115
3Roma540114-7712
4Monza53207-2511
5Atalanta531111-7410
6Empoli52308-539
7Napoli522110-558
8Milan52219-908
9Genoa52216-608
10Fiorentina521210-827
11Lazio52038-806
12Juventus51226-7-15
13Torino51225-6-15
14Udinese51222-5-35
15Hellas Verona50324-7-33
16Lecce51044-14-103
17Cagliari50234-11-72
18Frosinone50146-15-91
19Salernitana50142-11-91
20Sassuolo50146-17-111
Teams goal form in Serie A
LagGoals for/gameInsläppta mål/match
1Inter2.580.46
2Milan1.921.23
3Atalanta1.851.08
4Roma1.851.23
5Juventus1.580.73
6Napoli1.541.15
7Bologna1.500.88
8Fiorentina1.501.15
9Frosinone1.312.12
10Lazio1.231.08
11Sassuolo1.232.08
12Genoa1.081.19
13Monza1.041.15
14Torino0.960.96
15Udinese0.961.54
16Cagliari0.921.81
17Lecce0.921.65
18Hellas Verona0.881.38
19Empoli0.851.54
20Salernitana0.772.04

The full guide to Serie A, with odds, tables and results!

For the first time since the 2009/10-season of Serie A, Internazionale were crowned champions last season. This means that they ended Juventus run of nine consecutive titles.

But if we take a look at the winner odds for the upcoming seasons, it seems that Juventus might be heading back to their throne of Italian football. But Inter, Atalanta, Milan and Napoli al seem eager to get into the top fight as well.

Winner odds for Serie A 2021/2022

Juventus3/4
Inter3/1
Atalanta11/2
Ac Milan13/1
Napoli13/1
Roma17/1
Lazio30/1
Fiorentina250/1
Sassuolo250/1
Bologna1000/1
Caligari1000/1
Hellas Verona1000/1
Sampdoria1000/1
Torino1000/1
Udinese1000/1
Empoli2000/1
Genoa2000/1
Spezia2000/1
Salernitana4500/1
Venezia4500/1

Odds from Unibet 15/8 2021

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How to follow Serie A

You can follow Serie A here at Oddsexpert – where we provide you with the latest results, the schedule, and the current league table. You’ll also find stats and facts from the league, as well as the best odds for every match and round!

Schedule and results

The season of Serie A begins in the middle or the end of August, and ends in May the following year. The schedule is divided into a total of 38 game rounds, and all of the 20 teams takes part of each round. Most games are scheduled for the weekends, but sometimes they’re also played on weekdays. It depends on how the schedule for other cups or tournaments look like – so that the matches won’t collide.

Table – follow your team

In the table above, you can easily follow how your team is doing in the league. In order to win the title, a team simply has to be on top of the table when the 38 rounds comes to an end.

There’s also more at stake than just the league title. The top 4 teams will qualify for the group stage of Champions League, and the teams on place 5-6 will get to play in Europa League. When the season is over and all the results are set, the three bottom teams in the table will be delegated to Serie B for the following season.

Serie A – facts and history

Since 1929, Serie A has been the highest ranked league in Italy. The league counts as one of the top 4 leagues in Europe, along with La Liga, Bundesliga and Premier League. It’s also very popular outside of Italy. In Italy it is extra popular though – since football is like a religion in the country. This is clear in the way most fans and players are extremely dedicated to their teams.

The defensive way of playing

The Italian club teams has throughout the years been known for their defensive way of playing. It’s commonly known as “Catenaccio” – the Italian word for padlock. This has however changed a lot during the 20th and 21st century. Today, the teams in Serie A has become a lot more offensive in their way of playing.

The Italian league is also known for the player´s divings. It’s notorious for players that fall easily, and fakes injuries in order to get free kicks or penalties. This has however spread in football overall, and it’s no longer specific for just Serie A.

A scandalous league

Serie A has been a scandalous league – with fixed matches, doping, hooliganism and game scandals. As late as 2006, a judge scandal was discovered in which clubs Juventus, Lazio, Fiorentina and AC Milan were involved, resulting in relocations and deductions. In addition, Juventus lost its two titles for the 2004/05 and 2005/06 seasons.