Sunday Football Accumulator Tips: 9/1 fourfold from Serie A

 | 13th April | 

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Daniele Fisichella Serie A Tips

There are four games from Serie A this Sunday and our Italian Football expert Daniele Fisichella has selected a bet from each of them to create a fourfold just shy of 10/1.

Check out each of his selections and why he's made them in our Sunday Football Accumulator Tips from Serie A column...

Sunday Football Accumulator Tips

  • Napoli vs Frosinone – Napoli win and Over 2.5 Goals @ 4/5
  • Sassuolo vs AC Milan – Both Teams To Score – Yes @ 8/13
  • Udinese vs Roma – Under 2.5 Goals @ 8/11
  • Inter vs Cagliari – Inter win and Under 3.5 Goals @ 23/20
  • Overall Odds - 9.79/1

Leg 1 – Napoli vs Frosinone – Napoli win and Over 2.5 Goals @ 4/5

Napoli have looked a shadow of the team that dominated Serie A last season and have already lost five times at the ‘Stadio Maradona’ in the current campaign.

The Neapolitans have only kept two clean sheets in front of their crowd and back in December were defeated 4-0 in Coppa Italia by Sunday’s visitors.

However, the magnificent second-half in Monza shows the current champions can still be a formidable side and outclass the majority of the teams in Italy’s top flight.

The hosts have failed to score just once in the previous 10 games in all competitions and four of their last six Serie A home games have had three goals or more.

Napoli have 30 points less in the table compared to a year ago due also to the huge number of scoring chances they missed, especially at home where their xG differentials, or in other words they goals they were expected to score, is almost +10.

Frosinone have got the league’s worse away record, having claimed just four points, and have been beaten by two goals or more in six occasions.

Last weekend’s scoreless draw against Bologna came by virtue of goalkeeper Stefano Turati’s top performance and was only Frosinone’s third clean sheet of the season.

However, the newly-promoted Ciociari, who are winless since 21 January, have scored in four of their last five road games, so they can net in defeat.

Leg 2 - Sassuolo vs AC Milan – Both Teams To Score – Yes @ 8/13

After seven wins in a row in all competitions, AC Milan looked unexpectedly flat on Thursday against Roma who won both the first leg of the Europa League quarter-finals and the tactic battle at San Siro.

Certainly a bad night for the Rossoneri’s top players, Leao and Giroud above all, as the Rossoneri failed to score for the first time in the last 30 matches in all competitions.

Since mid-December, the visitors have been extremely consistent in Serie A where they’ve dropped only 9 points, keeping four clean sheets in the last eight matches.

However with the runners-up spot locked in and the European second-leg round the corner, it would be understandable if manager Stefano Pioli would make some heavy rotations for this trip to Emilia-Romagna.

After squandering a win last Friday against bottom of the table Salernitana, Sassuolo, who have lost 26 points this season (Serie A’s negative record) from a winning/drawing position, are in desperate need of a success.

The Neroverdi have only obtained the three points twice since December and kept just two clean sheets in 2023/2024, but in those occasions both Frosinone and Fiorentina missed a penalty.

Sassuolo have only failed to score three times at the ‘Mapei Stadium’, whereas AC Milan have the fourth worse away defensive record (26 goals conceded, same as Lecce and Cagliari).

Nine of Milan's last 11 away games in Serie A have ended with BTTS as a winning bet.

Leg 3 - Udinese vs Roma – Under 2.5 Goals @ 8/11

The Giallorossi deserved to leave San Siro with a win on Thursday.

Daniele De Rossi’s men looked more organised, lucid, ferocious and convinced.

The manager’s choice to deploy El Shaarawy on the right-hand side, to limit Rafael Leao and Theo Hernandez action, was the decisive move as Roma remained compact even when the Rossoneri piled up the pressure.

It was only the fourth away clean sheet for Roma in all competitions, whose last five games have all ended with less than two goals scored, whereas the previous nine Serie A matches have all ended with an Over 2.5 goals.

De Rossi has clearly transformed Roma into a side that enjoys playing on the front foot but, lately, the visitors have also looked more balanced.

Although at the moment fifth place would guarantee qualification to next season’s Champions League, Roma can’t take their foot of the gas despite having a five-points cushion on Atalanta who has got a game in hand.

Udinese were defeated in stoppage time by Inter and are, after Salernitana, the team that has won the least games (only 4) during this campaign.

The Friulani are particularly bad at defending leads, in fact they’ve scored the first goal in 14 occasions but have only managed to win four times.

De Rossi will probably give a chance from the first minute to Tammy Abraham, and Gabriele Cioffi welcomes back his top-goalscorer, Lorenzo Lucca, from suspension.

Leg 4 – Inter vs Cagliari – Inter win and Under 3.5 Goals @ 23/20

Inter are two wins away from the Serie A title and are looking to break more records.

In fact, thanks to their 2-1 win last Monday in Udine, the Nerazzurri became the first ever team in Italy’s top flight to score for 31 consecutive match days.

Given their big lead over AC Milan, a draw against Udinese would not have been a terrible result.

Yet, Inter showed a ferocious desire to get the three points and ended the game with three strikers plus Davide Frattesi who netted the winning goal.

The hosts have only dropped seven points at home this season, scoring a league-leading 39 goals, but will be without their main man Lautaro Martinez (23 league goals) who is suspended.

Inter have scored before the break in all but one (1-0 win against Roma) games played at San Siro.

The Sardinians, who have struggled on the road (only seven points), have conceded before the break in four of their last six away games.

Cagliari are in good form, having lost only once (1-0 against Monza) in their previous seven games and have scored in 11 of the last 13 encounters.

Claudio Ranieri’s men have conceded more than two goals away from home only in three occasions (against Roma, Frosinone and Fiorentina), and 11th for number of shots conceded in Serie A.

Inter have scored more than twice at home only in twice of the last 8 games and have won five of their last seven Serie A matches without conceding.

You can check out all of Daniele's Serie A Betting Tips here each week along with those of our other Italian Football writers...

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