Football Accumulator Tips: 9/1 four-fold from Serie A on Sunday

 | April 07 | 

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Daniele Fisichella Serie A Tips

Our Italian football expert Daniele Fisichella has put together a four-fold acca featuring a handful of games from Serie A on Sunday.

Napoli and Juventus are both included in his football accumulator tips, which pays at just over 9/1 at time of publication.

Sunday Accumulator Tips

  • Total Goals - Over 2.5 (Monza vs Napoli) @ 8/11
  • Both Teams To Score - Yes (Cagliari vs Atalanta) @ 8/11
  • Draw No Bet - Verona (Verona vs Genoa) @ 8/11
  • Juventus Total Goals - Over 1.5 (Juventus vs Fiorentina) @ EVS

Four-fold acca @ 9.3/1

Total Goals - Over 2.5 (Monza vs Napoli) @ 8/11

Despite a narrow defeat against Torino pushing the Brianzoli on the right-hand side of the table, Raffaele Palladino’s men are only four points away from the seventh spot, currently occupied by Lazio.

A win on Sunday will see Monza go level with Napoli and keep alive their hopes of playing in Europe, for the first time ever, next season.

The hosts, who are unbeaten in their previous two games against Napoli, have a decent record at home, with 23 points (one more than the champions) and just two losses from their previous nine games.

The Neapolitans have only won twice (6-1 against Sassuolo and 2-1 at home against Juventus) in their last eight Serie A games and haven’t kept a clean sheet in the previous nine matches.

Last Sunday, in their 3-0 defeat at home against Atalanta, they once again showed their defensive limits, but they were also extremely unlucky not score at least one goal.

In fact, Atalanta’s goalkeeper Marco Carnesecchi made a couple of great saves as Napoli were also denied twice by the woodwork.

With only 45 points in the table after 30 games, Napoli have recorded their lowest tally since the 2009/2010 season when they ended in sixth place. However, away from home they’ve only lost four times so far and always against top sides (Juventus, Roma, Torino and AC Milan).

Monza have conceded in two of their last three Serie A home games and there have been four or more goals in five of Napoli's 15 Serie A away games this season.

Both Teams To Score - Yes (Cagliari vs Atalanta) @ 8/11

The Sardinians are two points above the relegation zone and have only lost one of their last six Serie A matches. The hosts’ hopes of achieving salvation rely almost entirely on their home form. In fact, at the Sardegna Arena they’ve already scored 21 goals (just one short of Juventus’s record so far) and have won five times.

But they’ve only kept two clean sheets in front of their supporters (against Empoli and Udinese, two of the worst Serie A attacks on the road), and their only 1-0 win came at the expense of Empoli away from home.

With a tough run of fixtures coming up (two six-pointers against Lecce and Sassuolo plus games against Inter, AC Milan and Fiorentina), Cagliari inability’s to achieve a scrappy, ugly, win might cost them against their direct rivals.

On the other hand, Claudio Ranieiri’s side are full of character. They’re third (behind Bologna and Napoli) for points recovered this season (13) from a losing position.

This would be Atalanta’s fifth match on the road in the last 31 days as the visitors alternate positive and negative performances in a packed schedule.

Giampiero Gasperini’s side have only kept one clean sheet in the last nine games on the road in all competitions and are only ninth in the Serie A away table.

Thirteen of Cagliari's last 16 Serie A home games have seen both teams score and over 3.5 Goals has been a winning bet in nine of Atalanta’s 29 league games in 2023/2024.

Draw No Bet - Verona (Verona vs Genoa) @ 8/11

Nine of Genoa's last 17 matches have ended in draws but the visitors are virtually saved.

Newly-promoted Grifone have only been defeated once (2-1 by Inter) in their last seven away matches but have obtained the three points in just one (2-0 at home against Udinese) of their previous eight games.

Genoa are suffering a bit of an emergency in attack. They’ll be missing Mateo Retegui and Ruslan Malinovsky (both injured) and January signing Vitinha (one goal so far) is a doubt.

Twenty-year-old Nigerian David Ankeye (only one game played and no goals) is set to start his first ever Serie A tie and Alberto Gilardino’s side will rely on their strong defensive organisation and the good form of Albert Gudmundsson (11 goals for the Icelandic in his debut season in Italy’s top flight) to repeat the win they obtained in the reverse fixture (1-0, thanks Radu Dragusin’s goal).

January’s huge turnover, forced by the need to balance the books, has paid off for Verona. In the last 11 games they have collected just one point less (13 vs 14) than what they did in the first 19 matches of the season.

Marco Baroni’s men have only lost two of the last seven and found the back of the net in 10 of the previous 12 games.

Based on the form at the Marcantonio Bentegodi, the Scaligeri would be saved: they’ve collected 17 points in front of their crowd and conceded only 19 goals.

Four of Verona's last five Serie A home games have ended with both sides scoring and five of Genoa's last seven away games in Serie A have featured goals at both ends.

Juventus Total Goals - Over 1.5 (Juventus vs Fiorentina) @ EVS

Twenty points adrift from leaders Inter, Juventus might start matchday 31 in fourth position if Bologna beat Frosinone. With no European football to contend with and a deeper, stronger, squad compared to last season, the Bianconeri have massively disappointed in Serie A.

In fact, they haven’t improved on last season’s points tally as things stand and in the last nine league games they've won just once (3-2 vs Frosinone) and collected seven points. Only Salernitana, Frosinone and Sassuolo have done worse in the same period.

Massimiliano Allegri’s men seem to have lost all their confidence after the 1-0 defeat at San Siro against Inter in early February and what at the start of the campaign looked like an impenetrable defence is now regularly shipping goals.

Juve have only kept two clean sheets (0-0 against Genoa and the 2-0 success over Lazio in Coppa Italia) in the last 10 games in all competitions and can count only on the eighth-best home attack (22 goals scored, 17 less than Inter and even three less than newly-promoted Frosinone).

But the return of Dusan Vlahovic from suspension is great news for the ‘Old Lady’. The Serbian striker has already netted 16 times this season (his personal record with the club) and with him on the pitch the hosts are averaging 2.25 points per game and 1.85 goals scored.

Fiorentina have been very inconsistent on the road where they lost already six times and failed to score against Inter, AC Milan and Bologna. They’ve only kept five away clean sheets in all competitions.

La Viola’s best and most realistic chance to play in Europe is represented by success in one of the two cup competitions they’re still involved in.

Vincenzo Italiano’s men are in fact currently 10th in the table (but with a game in hand) and have lost 11 of their last 12 away games against Juventus.

Find more Serie A Betting Tips here at Betfred Insights

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