In the past decade, the Seria A has been dominated by Juventus with them winning it for the past nine seasons which really showcases how dominate they have been. However, this season seems to be quite different in Italy with multiple teams still in contention for the Seria A this season, and we evaluate the chances of each of the top title contenders below.

Current favourites for the Seria A is Inter Milan and it’s the first time they’ve been favourites for the title this season and the blue side of Milan will be starting to believe they can lift the title come May. Not only do they have a serial winner as a manager in Antonio Conte who has won titles in every league that he has coached in. Not only that, but they also have one of the best strike partnerships in the world with Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez who have scored 12 and 9 goals respectively this year and will be the two players that can fire them to the Seria A and they are currently priced at 15/8 to win the league.

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Next up in terms of favourite is Juventus who are currently priced at 9/4 to claim and impressive 10th league title in a row. They have looked slightly off the pace this season and haven’t been playing the football that the Turin faithful would want them to be playing. However, they are only 3 points behind the leaders and with top scorer in the league Cristiano Ronaldo in your team, he can drag his team through any tough patch and Juve know that if they can keep him fit then they are still in with a shout. Due to the dominance that Juve have shown in the Seria A over the past decade, they have been a very popular choice at to attempt to bring home the jackpot.

And finally, the surprise package of the League this year has been AC Milan who are currently top of the league with 40 points and are priced at 7/2 to win their first league title since 2011. AC Milan have been a sleeping giant for some time now but look a revived team this year and will know this is their best chance to win the Seria A in a long time. They also have a talisman at the top of the pitch in Zlatan Ibrahimović who has scored 10 goals this year and is aging like a fine wine at the age of 38 years old.