Brescia vs Inter – Hard to see past an away win

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Inter Milan’s betting odds are 8/13 to win at Brescia next in Serie A and this seems a respectable price on Leonardo’s men maintaining their dominant record against the opposition in the Italian top flight.

Match Odds

Brescia currently sit second from bottom of the table and this is largely because of the fact they have only managed six league victories all season.

However, the good news ahead of the arrival of Inter is that their results have been far better at home than on their travels and they are unbeaten in their last three games.

It is 4/1 in the Serie A betting that Brescia continue this improvement by beating Inter, while it is 23/10 that the secure a fourth draw on the bounce.

Inter have only lost one of their last nine showdowns with Brescia in the league and have taken maximum points on six of these occasions.

Meanwhile, Brescia have managed just a single point from their last four home meetings with Inter.

Inter may also be spurred on by the thought of closing the gap to AC Milan at the top of the table to two points with a victory, which would also take Leonardo’s league record as manager to 12 wins from 14 games.

First Goalscorer

No team has scored more Serie A goals against Brescia than Inter, while Leonardo’s team are currently the top scorers in the league this season.

This is largely as a result of the 18 goals netted by Samuel Eto’o and the Cameroon striker is 4/1 in the Serie A betting to open the scoring against Brescia.

Brescia’s leading scorer this season is Andrea Caracciolo and he has already found the target five times in his Serie A career against Inter.

Therefore, he should also be considered to score first at 8/1.

A £25 stake on the scorecast of Eto’o scoring first and Inter beating Brescia 2-0 would return £500. New customers can sign up here for a free £25 bet.

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Craig Kemp

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