Roma vs. Juventus Betting Odds and Prediction

Last Updated on March 3, 2023 12:50 pm by Erwin Noguera

One of the most attractive matches of Matchday 25 of Serie A will be the one between Roma and Juventus, in a key duel for the aspirations of both teams.

Roma had a major setback last weekend when they lost to Cremonese, the last team in the table, so it is almost an obligation that they win this Sunday.

Juventus continues to raise its level and, despite the harsh sanction received, it is once again close to the European positions and will fight for them.


Sunday, March 5 at 2:45 pm ET at the Stadio Olimpico

Moneyline odds:

Roma +159 

Juventus +191

Draw Offs:


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Why Bet on Roma?

Roma had the “honor” of being the first opponent Cremonese beat this season in Serie A. It was a 2-1 loss that dropped the team to fifth place and out of the Champions League places. With 44 points, the team from the capital is still in the fight, but a defeat would increase their hardships.

One of the weak points of the Lupa has been the attack, since they have barely scored 31 goals, being the one that has scored the least among the first 9 teams in the table. On the other hand, they have a very good defense with 21 goals conceded, and only Napoli (15), Lazio (19), and Juventus (19) have conceded less.

The problem for Roma on the attack is their “Dybala-dependence”, who is a good player indeed, and even world-class sometimes, but has never been the most prolific goal-scorer, while Tammy Abraham and Belloti’s form this season has been abysmal, with both having a combined 6 goals in Serie A (all from Abraham).

The Romans will be without their coach José Mourinho, who was sent off just at the start of the second half versus Cremonese.

Why Bet on Juventus?

Juventus has had a renaissance. After receiving a 15-point penalty for the case of capital gains and irregularities in some transfers, Juve had forgotten a bit about Serie A and had focused more than anything on the Europa League and the Coppa Italia in search for a title. However, they already have a 7-game undefeated streak, counting all tournaments, with 6 wins.

This weekend they won the derby against Torino, whom they beat 4-2 with goals from Juan Guillermo Cuadrado, Danilo, Bremer, and Adrien Rabiot. Now, with 35 points, they are in seventh place, 6 behind Atalanta, which is in Conference League positions, and 9 behind Roma. That is why it is very important that they win this weekend, to be able to reduce the advantage of a direct rival.

Massimiliano Allegri’s team has scored 9 goals in their last 3 matches, of which Ángel Di María scored 4.

As visitors in this tournament, they have done very well with 6 wins, 2 draws, and 3 losses.

Final Betting Analysis: Roma vs. Juventus

Great game between two good teams that have European aspirations, with very passionate players that will not give up any ball for loss. It will be a very even game where the mistakes they make will be key, but we believe it will be a draw.

At we find that Roma is the favorite of the match with a Moneyline of +159, while Juventus has +191 and the draw is +211.

The last time they met was on August 27 of last year and it was a 1-1 draw with goals from Tammy Abraham at Roma and Dusan Vlahovic at Juventus, while the last time they played at Olimpico was on 9 January 2022 and Juve won 3-4 thanks to a penalty saved by Szczesny against Pellegrini at minute 83. The ‘Vecchia Signora’ has an undefeated record of 5 games with 3 wins, while the Romans have not won at home since 2019.

Go for a draw in the Moneyline. If you bet $100 on the draw at +211, you will gain $211 for a total payout of $311.

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