Although Juventus have been dominant over the last decade in the Seria A with them winning the last since Scudetto titles, next season looks to be more of a tighter title race due to a number of factors. Today we preview the forthcoming season and access if Juventus can with their tenth title in a row, or if one of their rivals can challenge them to this.

Of course, Juventus do go into the 2020/21 season as the favourites to win the title at 10/11. Having sacked Sarri at the end of the season after a bit of a disappointing campaign with winning the title with their lowest points total in history, they have assigned club legend Andrea Pirlo to ensure they have a more successful year in both the league and the Champions League. With a strike force of Cristiano and co, it might be difficult to not with the Seria A next year, but Pirlo will have to re-motivate the side after last season’s poor end to the year and something he won’t want to continue in his reign as the Old Lady’s head coach.

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The second favourites to attempt to knock Juventus off their dominant reign in the Italian league is the blue side of Milan; Inter Milan.  The sleeping giants of the league will be looking to win their first Seria A since they won the treble back in 2010 and with Antonio Conte now going into his second season with the club, it looking more likely than ever.  They’ve had some recent success in past transfer windows with big stars joining them including Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen, these are the types of players that they will need to win the league.  Inter are 15/8 to win the Seria A next year, and if it was our money, Inter would be the team.

Finally, and potentially a outside bet if you are looking for something to not follow the crowds would be that of Atalanta – not a team that has a history of success like Inter and Juventus in Seria, but they have become a force in the league last year with the likes of Ilicic, Muriel and Zapata as their front three; they are a seriously well-oiled machine. They are currently priced at 12/1 to win the Seria A in 2020/21.