Roma's shock 4-1 defeat away to lowly Catania on Sunday handed Antonio Conte's men the title without them even kicking a ball and they are overwhelming 1/7 (1.14) favourites with William Hill to celebrate that success with an 18th win from 18 Serie A home games tonight.
With mid-table obscurity secured and nothing left to play for this season, the visitors are 20/1 (21.00) outsiders to pick up a first win in five against a team they have not beaten in 10 years.
The Bianconeri saw their dreams of a European final on home turf dashed after being held to a 0-0 draw by Benfica last Thursday, and you can get odds of 6/1 (7.00) on another stalemate taking place.
While that frustrating 2-1 aggregate defeat does little to dispel the question marks surrounding Conte's credentials in European competition, it is impossible to doubt his record in Italy.
The feisty coach's competitive nature has seen turned the champions into a relentless winning machine in Serie A, where they look set to break all previous records by becoming the first ever team to rack up over 100 points.
With just seven points required from the last three games in order to make history, Conte is bound to have his team firing on all cylinders as they look to bounce back from their Europa League disappointment, in contrast their opponents.
Despite trainer Stefano Colantuono's protestations, La Dea seem to have all but given up as they meander toward the finishing line, and their should pose little threat to a home defence that has conceded just nine in 17 games in front of their own fans.
Considering only struggling Cagliari, Bologna and Catania have scored fewer than Atalanta's 14 goals on the road this season, odds of 17/20 (1.85) look too good to pass up on Juventus winning to nil for the 11th time in 14 home games this campaign.
|Juventus to win to nil for a 2pt stake at 17/20 (1.85) with William Hill
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