Serie A is back in action and one team is pulling away from the pack.
The latest: Napoli have a massive 15-point lead through 22 games but Inter Milan have been surging as well. Meanwhile, Juventus were docked 15 points by the FIGC after rigging finances in a transfer deal and now sit all the way back in ninth place.
Here are the latest Serie A odds as of February 15.
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Odds as of 3:33 p.m. on 02/15/2023.
Best Serie A odds
The favourite: Napoli (-3,335)
Napoli hasn't won the Scudetto since 1990 and have come painfully close with four runner-ups in the last 10 seasons.
If the first 22 games of this campaign is anything to go by, the Blues are well on their way to a long-awaited championship.
Napoli went unbeaten through 15 games with 13 wins and two ties before suffering a defeat to Inter Milan in their return from the international break.
Their response to that loss was resounding. Napoli won six straight games by a combined score of 17 to two and sit atop the table with the best goal differential of any team (plus-39).
Napoli also unsurprisingly leads the league in goals with 54. Victor Osimhen has buried 17 of those and is currently in the lead for the Golden Boot. Khvicha Kvaratskhelia is right behind him with nine, and 13 other players have joined in on the festivities.
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Best value: Inter Milan (+2,000)
Inter Milan is two years removed from winning Serie A and seem to be the only team that has a hope of catching Napoli.
The club has won three of its last five games and sits second in both points (44) and goals scored (41).
Defence has been an issue for Inter, though. Simone Inzaghi's squad has conceded 26 goals this season — 11 more than Napoli — and that just isn't going to cut it in a title race.
Lautaro Martinez leads the Black and Blues with 12 goals while Nicolo Barella is putting together a nice season with five goals and five assists.
They've already beaten Napoli once this season and will have to replicate that result in May for any shot at the Scudetto.
Team to watch: Juventus (+8,000)
Juventus won nine straight Scudettos from 2012-2018 but haven't topped the league since then. After a 15-point deduction, they'll be lucky to make the top four, let alone win the league.
The Black and White are now 30 points back of Napoli. They seemed to have turned a corner until they actually had to play the Blues. Juventus won eight straight Serie A games and didn't concede a goal in any of those contests before allowing five to Napoli on Matchday 18.
That was followed up by a draw and another loss. When it rains, it pours.
The sliver of good news is that Juventus has Federico Chiesa back. The Italian star tore his ACL last season and is finally fully fit. He's a key part of Juventus' attacking trident alongside Dusan Vlahovic and Angel Di Maria, and he will be a welcome addition for the second half of this season.