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Bet9ja Preview: Lazio v Inter Milan: Expect few goals in the Italian capital

9:02 pm AEST 19/5/18
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Knowing well that the Nerazzurri have been grinding out low-scoring results recently in the division would make this encounter a tight affair

Inter Milan make a trip to slug it out with Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico for their last Serie A encounter this season on Sunday night.

The Biancocelesti are on a 10-game unbeaten run in the top-flight. They have proven their worth as a very tough outfit to outclass in front of their supporters as they last experienced a 1-0 defeat back in early March to Juventus.

Despite the fact that the hosts have not really been able to make statements of intent against the big guns - Napoli, Milan, and the Old Lady, Bet9ja still tips them as slight favourites at (2.45).

The Nerazzurri have been an unpredictable side, having seen the top-four race nearly come to an end by falling to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Sassuolo last Saturday. They will be full of confidence and hope to impress on the road again as they’re priced at (2.75) to shock their hosts.

A share of the spoils at the end of 90 minutes of action is chalked up at a juicy (3.60) with the same betting firm.

Seven of Lazio's last eight home matches in the league this term has seen the first 45 minutes end in a no winner, no vanquish state and four of the last eight away games of the San Siro outfit has produced the same result.

Undoubtedly, a fortune can be eked out should one back such an outcome here at a whopping (2.32).

Simone Inzaghi’s charges are undefeated in the top-tier since their loss to Juve. They boast of the current longest run without a defeat in the Italian division this campaign and are priced by the bookmakers to avoid defeat in this tie at (1.43).

Both teams have scored each other in six of their previous nine head to head showdowns across all competitions. It won’t be out of place backing similar result here at (1.48).

Luciano Spalletti’s men are unbeaten on the road against the top-nine sides, having scored fewer goals against five of the six outfits in European spots whom they’ve faced so far. With their defence solidity, Bet9ja offers odds of (2.28) to see a result of two or fewer goals scored in Rome.