Palermo provide the best value to beat Juventus

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Palermo have been far better at home than on their travels this season and they look outstanding value at 11/10 to take another three points against Juventus.

Match Odds

Delio Rossi’s team have been on fire at the Stadio Renzo Barbera of late as they have won their last six Serie A home games.

Meanwhile, they have also enjoyed victories in five of their last six league games with Juventus, including triumphs in each of the last three encounters.

Juventus are not in the greatest run of form at present as they have secured victory in just one of their last six Serie A games.

However, there is no doubting the quality that is possessed in their squad and 2/1 could be a big price that they land the spoils.

Correct Scoreline

Palermo have won six of their last ten Serie A away games 3-1 and therefore the 18/1 on this scoreline being repeated in their favour again looks massively overpriced.

The hosts have also managed at least two goals in five of their last six showdowns with Juventus, while the Old Lady have netted just once in the most recent three encounters.

Punters wanting a safer Serie A bet may prefer to take advantage of the 8/11 that the game sees over 2.5 goals scored.

First Goalscorer

Juventus are expected to hand a debut to Alessandro Matri against Palermo following his arrival from Cagliari and he is 8/1 to open the scoring, which would be his 12th goal of a productive Serie A season.

For Palermo, talented Argentinean Javier Pastore is their top scorer from midfield and he is 6/1 to strike first.

A £25 stake on the scorecast of Palermo winning 3-1 and Pastore scoring first beating would return £1875. New customers can sign up here for a free £25 bet.

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Craig Kemp

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