Weekend Football Betting Tips: Best Bets from Serie A for Matchday 37

 | Thursday 16th May 2024, 8:05am

Thursday 16th May 2024, 8:05am

Daniele Fisichella Serie A Tips

Last week was pretty darn sweet for backers of Daniele Fisichella's Italian Football tips, with ten of the 11 across his columns being winners. His Best Bets went three for three and he's looking forward to another big slate of games over the next few days.

You can check out all of his Weekend Football Betting Tips for Matchday 37 in Serie A below...

Weekend Football Betting Tips

  • Fiorentina vs Napoli - Both Teams to Score @ 4/7
  • Monza vs Frosinone - Both Teams to Score @ 4/7
  • Roma vs Genoa - Both Teams to Score @ 10/11

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

Believe it or not, Italy might have up to six teams in next season’s Champions League.

But the stars must align to make this possible, therefore, with two games to go, there are lots of permutations that keep Italy’s top flight very entertaining.

Some of them involve the fight to avoid relegation, with six teams separated by just five points at the bottom of the table. Get ready for another weekend of drama and shock results.

Fiorentina vs Napoli (Friday, time: 19:45)

La Viola have chosen the perfect time to reach peak form. Monday’s victory against Monza was their third success in the last four games.

The excellent European campaign, with the Conference League final scheduled for 29 May, has recently galvanised Fiorentina who are scoring with more ease.

In fact this week Arthur Melo became the 18th player to find the back of the net. In Europe’s top five leagues only Newcastle (19 players) have done better than the hosts.

Fiorentina have only been defeated once in their last eight Serie A home games as fans at the ‘Artemio Franchi’ have recently witnessed a flurry of goals.

In eight out of 9 La Viola’s domestic games both teams have scored, with five of these matches producing at least four goals.

Napoli are winless in the last five games, their worst streak since December 2019.

Last year’s champions missed a penalty against Bologna and failed to keep a clean sheet for the 17th game in a row, in all competitions.

However their form on the road has been decent this season, in fact Franco Calzona’s men are fourth in the away table and have lost just one of the previous six.

Whoever wins this match will secure European football, in some shape or form, for next season, and the most likely outcome is Both Teams To Score – Yes with odds of 4/7.

Monza vs Frosinone (Sunday, time: 14:00)

The hosts are winless in seven matches, which represent their worst ever record in Italy’s top flight.

This season Monza have never been in danger of going down and their results at home are perfectly balanced with six wins, six draws and six defeats.

Lately Raffaele Palladino’s side has produced some good performances, finding the net in all their last four games and in eight ouf the previous nine matches played in front of their fans.

In fact, Monza have remained scoreless in just three games at the Stadio ‘Brianteo’.

After going six matches without defeat (five draws, one win), Frosinone suffered a heavy beating against Inter.

But, in last Friday’s 5-0 loss against the champions, the Ciociari were extremely unlucky not to score at least once as they hit the bar with Cheddira and saw Brescianini’s effort saved off the line.

The problem for Frosinone is that this season they always looked very unbalanced, they’ve got Italy’s 10th best attack but the third worst defensive record.

Eusebio Di Francesco’s men have only won two games since January and have never tasted victory on the road.

Frosinone can’t be mathematically saved this weekend but must avoid defeat if they want to get to the last match, against fellow strugglers Udinese, with a chance to achieve their first ever salvation in Serie A.

Monza have remained unbeaten in eight of the last nine games played against newly-promoted sides as they won the last four in a row.

This would be another Both Teams To Score – Yes, with odds of 4/7.

Roma vs Genoa (Sunday, time: 19:45)

After last Sunday’s 2-1 defeat in Bergamo, it is very unlikely Roma will finish fifth and their hopes to qualify to Champions League rely on Atalanta winning the Europa League.

However the Giallorossi need to watch their back from Lazio and Fiorentina (who still have a game in hand).

In the last period Daniele De Rossi’s men have slowed down, picking up just one win in the last five games and recording no clean sheets in eight games in all competitions.

However they still hold the second best attacking record at the ‘Stadio Olimpico’ (37 goals, same as AC Milan) where they’ve only lost twice since September.

Although Genoa have nothing to play for this could be a very tricky game for the hosts.

In fact the Liguri have only been defeated once (2-1 by Inter) in the last eight games and, thanks to last Sunday’s win over Sassuolo, have established their record points since 2014/2015.

Lately Alberto Gilardino’s side has been particularly solid on the road as they lost just once in their last 10 trips.

Genoa recently drew away with Bologna, Napoli, Juventus and AC Milan and have proven they can the quality of Italy’s top sides. Certainly they are not an easy side to defeat, in fact they’ve only lost by more than one goal margin away from home in one occasion.

But because the visitors have only kept so far three away clean sheets, Both To Score – Yes (10/11) once again seems the most likely outcome.

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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