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Italian Serie A Winner 2021/22 Betting Odds is Juventus.

The Juventus team starts the 2021-22 season of Serie A TIM as the favorite team to win, with 5/4 chances. Their rival Inter Milan enters the season with short chances of 2/1.

Juventus finished in fifth place in the Italian table and the Inter won the Serie A 2020-21 title, ending Juventus’ nine-year season. Although Juventus came close to the top spot in the Italian table, they saw their first goalscorer in Cristiano Ronaldo since 2007, when Alessandro Del Piero won the award. Ciro Immobile for Lazio was the league’s top scorer in two of the last four seasons and also won in 2013 when playing for Torino.

Inters chances are looking mediocre seeing as there are reports that Christian Eriksen is in talks for a return to Ajax, which would not be too surprising, as he cannot play for Inter with a defibrillator implant. To make things worse – Romelu Lukaku has completed a transfer from Inter and joined Champions League champions Chelsea. The Blues have been actively opening up their wallets over the last few transfer windows, with various success. With the Champions League title in their pockets, they seem to be doing everything in their power to aim for the Premier League title.

Also, there are reports Christian Eriksen is in talks for a return to Ajax, which would not be too surprising, as he cannot play for Inter with a defibrillator implant.

With pre-season now up and running ahead of the 2021/22 campaign, find the latest Serie A winner odds* for the 2021/2022 season below:

2021-22 SERIE A – Current Winner Odds

TeamOdds
Juventus-125
Inter+400
Atalanta+550
Napoli+1000
AC Milan+1200
Roma+1800
Lazio+2800
Sassuolo+15000
Fiorentina+25000
Sampdoria+25000
Hellas Verona+50000
Udinese+50000
Bologna+50000
Cagliari+75000
Torino+100000
Empoli+100000
Spezia+150000
Genoa+150000
Salernitana+250000
Venezia+250000
Serie A Winner Odds as at 13th August 2021. Odds may now differ – Odds provided by 365.

2021-22 Serie A TOP Goalscorer Odds

  • Ronaldo (Juventus) +225
  • Duvan Zapata (Atalanta) +700
  • Ciro Immobile (Lazio) +900
  • Luis Muriel (Atalanta) +900
  • Lautaro Martinez (Inter) +1000
  • Dusan Vlahovic (Fiorentina) +1200
  • Victor Osimhen (Napoli) +1200
  • Alvaro Morata (Juventus) +1800
  • Edin Dzeko (Roma) +2000
  • Olivier Giroud (AC Milan) +2000
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan) +2500
  • Moya Borja Mayoral (Roma) +2800
  • Dries Mertens (Napoli) +2800
  • Domenico Berardi (Sassuolo) +3300
  • Ante Rebic (AC Milan) +3300
  • Lorenzo Insgine (Napoli) +3300

2021-22 Serie A Relegation Odds

  • Salernitana -163
  • Venezia -200
  • Spezia +137
  • Empoli +187
  • Genoa +275
  • Cagliari +450
  • Hellas Verona +550
  • Udinese +550
  • Bologna +600
  • Sampdoria +650
  • Torino +700
  • Fiorentina +2500
  • Sassuolo +2800

Serie A – Winners history

  • 2020-21 – Inter
  • 2019-20 – Juventus
  • 2018-19 – Juventus
  • 2017-18 – Juventus
  • 2016-17 – Juventus
  • 2015-16 – Juventus
  • 2014-15 – Juventus
  • 2013-14 – Juventus
  • 2012-13 – Juventus
  • 2011-12 – Juventus
  • 2010-11 – AC Milan

Serie A – Top goal scorers history

  • 2020-21 – Cristiano Ronaldo (29) – Juventus
  • 2019-20 – Ciro Immobile (36) – Lazio
  • 2018-19 – Fabio Quagliarella (26) – Sampdoria
  • 2017-18 – 2 Players Tied (29) *
  • 2016-17 – Edin Dzeko (29) – Roma
  • 2015-16 – Gonzalo Higuain (36) – Napoli
  • 2014-15 – 2 Players Tied **
  • 2013-14 – Ciro Immobile (22) – Torino
  • 2012-13 – Edinson Cavani (29) – Napoli
  • 2011-12 – Zlatan Ibrahimovic (28) – AC Milan
  • 2010-11 – Antonio Di Natale (28) – Udinese

Probability of winning based on adjusted bookmaker odds

Ronaldo keeping Juventus at the top

It’s safe to say that one of the main reasons of Juventus being considered the favourites, is spelled Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese striker signed four-year contract worth £46.7 yearly that last until 2022. Even though Juventus has been rumoured to try and get out of the contract early, they are likely not unhappy with being “stuck” with the superstar for another year. With Inter being severely weakened, this should be Juventus chance to retake the trophy.