Roma vs. Milan Betting Odds and Prediction

Last Updated on April 26, 2023 2:58 pm by Erwin Noguera

We will have a great match in the fight for the Champions League this weekend when Roma hosts Milan for Matchday 32 of Serie A.

La Lupa lost fourth place and wants to recover it precisely against the team that took it from them, so they know that it depends on themselves to achieve it.

The Rossoneri already have six unbeaten games and managed to reach fourth place, in addition to fighting in the semifinals of the Champions League.


Saturday, April 29 at noon ET at the Stadio Olimpico

Moneyline odds:

Roma +169 

Milan +184

Draw Offs:


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Why Bet on Roma?

Roma have a few difficult weeks. After losing to Atalanta 3-1 last Monday, the team from the Italian capital dropped to fifth place, thus losing its ticket for the Champions League at the moment. Now they will have to fight it hand in hand with Milan since both have 56 points and the same goal difference, but the Rossoneros have an advantage due to having fewer losses and more draws.

But in addition to Milan, Roma will soon have to receive the other team from that city, Inter, who also wants to take their place. And as if that were not enough, a few days later they will open the Europa League semifinals, where they will face Bayer Leverkusen. For this reason, they cannot leave points at home and have to go out to win from the first minute.

For La Lupa, it’ll be very difficult because Diego Llorente and Paulo Dybala will join Chris Smalling and Georginio Wijnaldum on the injured list. Undoubtedly, the Argentine striker’s injury is very sensitive, since he is the star of the team and was just recovering from another injury, but on Monday he entered the second half of the game against Atalanta and received a strong fault from his compatriot José Luis Palomino, and now we have to wait to see how long he will be out of the field.

Why Bet on Milan?

Milan was one of the big winners last weekend after beating Lecce 2-0 and taking advantage of Roma’s defeat to move up to fourth place. Rafael Leão is going through a great moment after scoring both goals in the last victory and having been one of the figures in his team’s qualification to the Champions League semifinals after eliminating Napoli (2-1).

The Rossoneros have gone undefeated in 6 games with 3 victories, where they did not receive a goal, and 3 draws, where they permitted only 2 goals.

Stefano Pioli is happy because, in addition to fourth place and being in the semifinals of the Champions League, he does not have any of his figures injured, in addition to the fact that he will be able to recover Davide Calabria, who was suspended last weekend.

Milan has six unbeaten games against Roma and has won on their last two visits to the Olimpico.

Final Betting Analysis: Roma vs. Milan

Great game in Serie A for fourth place. Roma has several very important casualties, while Milan arrives more motivated. As usually happens, the Rossoneros will have a defensive approach and will seek to counterattack with the speed of Rafael Leão, but the Giallorossi also have their weapons. We think it will be a draw.

At we find that Roma is the favorite of the match with a Moneyline of +169, while Milan has +184 and the draw is +208.

The last time they met was on January 8 of this year and it was a 2-2 draw with goals from Pierre Kalulu and Tommaso Pobega for Milan and Roger Ibañez and Tammy Abraham for Roma, both late on. The last time they played at the Olimpico it was Il Diavolo who won with goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Franck Kessié (1-2), while La Lupa hasn’t won since 2016 when they did it by 1-0 with a goal from Radja Nainggolan.

Go for a draw in the Moneyline. If you bet $100 on the draw at +208, you will gain $208 for a total payout of $308.

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