Weekend Football Accumulator Tips: 10/1 fourfold from Serie A for Matchday 35

 | 3rd May | 

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Daniele Fisichella Serie A Tips

Yet again our Italian Football expert hit the post with in his Weekend Football Accumulator Tips column from Serie A last week, as he got three legs out of four but the Over 2.5 missed in Inter vs Torino as the home side won 2-0. So close.

Daniele though isn't one for giving up and he's back this weekend with a fourfold priced up at just under 11/1 as of Friday morning and he looks for a double-digit win. His selections cover Serie A matches from Saturday through Monday night...

Weekend Football Accumulator Tips

  • Monza vs Lazio – Both Teams To Score Yes - @ 4/5
  • Cagliari vs Lecce – Over 2.5 Goals @ 6/5
  • AC Milan vs Genoa – Handicap Genoa +2 @ 3/5
  • Udinese vs Napoli – Napoli Total Over 1.5 @ 5/6
  • Overall Odds - 10.83/1

*Click on the linked odds to add the selections directly to your betslip on betfred.com (or app).

Leg 1 – Monza vs Lazio – Both Teams To Score Yes - @ 4/5

In the last six games no teams in Serie A have collected more points the Lazio (15) that, thanks to this great run, are dreaming of catching up with Roma and finishing in the top five.

The Biancocelesti have had a kind run of fixtures, having recently played against four teams in the bottom half of the table, but are also mirroring the 2022/2023 season’s results when they won 10 of the last 12 league games.

Lazio are not quite playing like an Igor Tudor’s team just yet but the arrival of the Croat manager (who thanks to last weekend’s victory against Verona has obtained his 100th point in Serie A), has re-energised some players.

In particular Mattia Zaccagni, who scored his 14th Serie A goal from open play over the last two season (a record for midfielders in Italy’s top flight) and Luis Alberto who, once again, provided the decisive assist, his seventh of the campaign.

Monza are winless in five games, the longest negative streak of the season. At the stadio ‘Brianteo’ they’ve lost three of the last four, all against top sides.

But the hosts have found the net in seven of their previous eight games played at home.

Four of Monza's last five Serie A home games have ended with both sides scoring. The draw (at 13/5) could be another good option, considering Lazio have only shared the points once (1-1 at Verona) away from home this season.

Leg 2 – Cagliari vs Lecce – Over 2.5 Goals @ 6/5

The two most in-form sides fighting to avoid relegation face each other in a nerve-racking six-pointer.

Cagliari have lost only two of their previous 10 games and obtained 14 points, whereas Lecce have collected 12 in the same period.

The Salentini have dramatically improved thanks to the change on the bench, in fact since Luca Gotti has replaced Roberto D’Aversa they’re fourth in the table with the same points as AC Milan and Roma.

The visitors have won two of the last three games on the road and found the net in three out of four matches played away from home. A seven points lead on Udinese, currently third from bottom, makes them fairly comfortable, whereas Cagliari need at least one more victory to be saved.

The Sardinians have won six times in front of their fans, where they collected so far 24 points, same as Genoa and Napoli. Claudio Ranieri’s men are unbeaten in five games at home, but have only kept two clean sheets.

16 of Cagliari’s 19 home games have seen both teams scoring and four of the hosts’ last six league games have had three or more goals.

Leg 3 – AC Milan vs Genoa – Handicap Genoa +2 @ 3/5

While the Rossoneri’s casting for their new manager continues, Genoa is eyeing a big scalp after having secured mathematical salvation on Monday.

Newly promoted Grifone has obtained 42 points in the table, their second best tally since 2015/2016, and has only suffered one defeat in the last six games.

AC Milan are winless in five in all competitions, their worst streak since February 2023, and were saved by a couple of Marco Sportiello’s interventions last Saturday against Juventus.

Pressure is on manager Stefano Pioli to finish the season on a high with at least three home wins, which could still be not enough to save his job.

The hosts have failed to score at San Siro only three times in all competitions, whereas Genoa have remained scoreless in six occasions away from home.

However, the visitors have managed to stifle the majority of Italy’s top sides this season and have only been defeated once (2-1 by Inter) in their last nine trips.

Genoa have never been defeated by more than two goals away from home this season, their biggest away loss was 2-0 against Atalanta at the end of October.

Recently they held to a low-scoring draw Bologna, Napoli, Juventus and Fiorentina, but both teams have scored in seven of the Liguri’s last nine Serie A away games.

Leg 4 - Udinese vs Napoli – Napoli Total Over 1.5 @ 5/6

Fabio Cannavaro, Napoli’s born and bred and at his first managerial experience in Serie A, needs a miracle to avoid Udinese’s first relegation since 1993.

The hosts have their destiny in their hands as after Napoli they’ll face Lecce, Empoli and Frosinone but they will need at least seven points from the next games.

Udinese have drawn 17 times this season (a record they’re sharing with Empoli in 2014/2015 and Inter from 2004/2005 seasons) and continue to get the job done after taking the lead.

In fact, they’ve conceded 18 times in the last quarter of an hour, only Salernitana (24 goals) have done worse. Udinese are certainly the strongest among the sides fighting to avoid the drop, but they’ve only kept three clean sheets at home and always conceded in the last five games at the ‘Dacia Arena’.

Can Napoli finally get some joy against the team second from bottom in the home table?

For the Neapolitans this will be a bitter-sweet return to the ground where almost year ago they were crowned champions. Because currently, with only one win in the last six games, all they’ve been left to fight for is a place in next season’s Conference League.

Napoli’s defensive woes continued last weekend when they conceded twice against Roma. Franco Calzona’s side hasn’t kept a clean sheet in the last 15 matches in all competitions. Three of Napoli's last four Serie A games have gone over 3.5 goals and both teams have scored in ten of the last 12 Serie A meetings between these sides.

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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