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Juventus v Lazio Serie A Betting Tips, Odds 11 October

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Oct/10/2017

Gambling911.com has your Juventus v Lazio Serie A betting tips and odds for 11 October as well as a tip for A Paranaense v AC Goianiense.

Juventus was listed at 1/2 odds, Lazio 7/1 and the Draw 3/1 odds.

The Draw was seeing 46% compared to 37% for Juventus.

Win/Draw/Win - Juventus

1.57

Lazio are a top-six side and against these teams, Juventus have won all of their last 12 home matches.

We have another betting tip for Wednesday:

A Paranaense v AC Goianiense

Win/Draw/Win - Atletico Paranaense

1.60

AC Goianiense are a bottom-six side and against these teams, A Paranaense have won seven of their last nine home matches.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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