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Serie A: Dates, Fixtures, TV schedule and Odds

| 11.06.2020

More and more football is returning now, including the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A.

It’s actually made things quite a handful to keep up with. So we’ve put together a handy guide for all things Italian right here.

To rejog your memory, this season’s Serie A campaign has 12 gameweeks still to run. Juventus are top, but by just two points from the campaign’s surprise package Lazio.

Inter Milan are nine points off the pace in third, but have a game in hand, and could come further into the picture when Juventus and Lazio meet next month.

Atalanta hold a three-point lead (and a game in hand) over Roma in the fight for fourth, while Lecce, SPAL and Brescia currently occupy the relegation places.

Serie A Dates

Serie A will get underway once more on Saturday June 20th with Torino versus Parma at 18:30, followed by Verona v Cagliari at 20:45.

The season will then continue with both weekend and midweek fixtures, with the campaign provisionally scheduled to conclude on the weekend of August 2nd.

Serie A Key Fixtures

The one everyone will have their eye on with regards to the title fight is Juventus versus Lazio. That game is now scheduled to go ahead on Monday July 20th.

The Roman side might have one eye on the final day too, as they face a potentially difficult but short trip to Napoli.

A lot of the league’s traditional big fixtures have already taken place, including the Milan derby, the Rome derby and the Derby d’Italia.

Serie A TV schedule

If you want to catch Serie A in the UK, you’ll need to have a Premier Sports subscription. The channel also provides an online streaming service.

Serie A odds

After having it largely their own way for the best part of a decade, Juve have a real fight on their hands now.

The Old Lady are 4/9 favourites to win this season’s title, but Lazio are right in the hunt at 5/2.

Inter are 10/1 shots, but that price will shorten if they win their game in hand. Atalanta are the only other side deemed in any sort of contention at 150/1.

In the Top Four Finish market, Inter are 1/50, with Atalanta next up at 1/7. The Bergamo outfit will need to fend off 7/1 shots Roma, with Napoli the outsiders at 25s.

View the latest Serie A odds

 All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.