Live on ESPN: Sun 11.30 & 14.00: Bologna are beginning to drag themselves up the table but at 6/1 (William Hill), could find AC Milan tough.
Milan, with a blinding 9 wins from their last 11 league games (5 of which ‘to nil’), unsurprisingly come in as Ladbrokes’ 8/13 favs.
Interestingly, Bologna have not lost at home this season and so the 6/1 at William Hill is quite large and certainly the 3/1 at Betdaq about the draw is not something to turn your nose up at. In fact, William Hill’s 13/8 about Bologna to avoid defeat is a very good bet.
Robinho will be a thorn in Bologna’s side certainly, the former Man City man is 13/8 (Boylesports) to score anytime.
In the early afternoon, Brescia’s miserable season continues as they host Sampdoria and are 2/1 at Coral to grab a much needed win. No wins have come the home side’s way since they beat Roma back in late September and unfortunately, the trend looks to continue against Sampdoria.
The away side, at 13/8 with 888sport, present a fantastic oppurtunity. With the equal-meanest defence in Serie A, coupled with a pretty unspectacular goal record, Sampdoria could be looking at a 1-0 (7/1, ) or 2-0 win (10/1, Sportingbet). Certainly, a game with under 3 goals is a rather skinny 4/7 (Betfred) but you can’t ignore that 13/8.
More cautious punters have a 4/5 (bet365) to back on the draw no bet market about Sampdoria.