Martin Green has set his Serie A best-bets for Spezia vs. Inter Milan at Paramount+
Inter Milan has not lost a Serie A home match in more than a year. They will be looking to continue their unbeaten streak against Spezia. Inter Milan is currently in third place as the domestic league champion, while Spezia sits 17th. Spezia will be looking for any kind of success on the road as it has lost four of its last away games and has been outscored by 14-3. You can catch all the action on Paramount+.
Kick-off is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. ET at San Siro in Milan, Italy. Inter is the favorite at -540 (risk $540 to Win $100), while Spezia has been a +1500 underdog in the 90-minute money line. Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Inter Milan vs. Spezia odds are available. The draw is priced at +575, and the over-under is 3.25 goals. Wednesday’s match will be televised live on Paramount+ using their premium plan.
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How to watch Inter Milan against Spezia
Date: Wednesday, December 1
Time: 12:30 p.m. ET
Italian Serie A picks for Spezia vs. Inter Milan
See the Inter Milan vs. Spezia picks by Martin Green before you can tune in to Wednesday’s game. Green has been covering the game since 2001, after he worked in the betting industry for many years. His European soccer picks have been perfect since then. Green has been able to generate over $36,000 in $100 bettors’ winnings since 2017-18, and has his finger on every bit of the action around the world.
Green backs Inter striker Lautaro Martnez to win the Spezia vs. Inter Milan match at -137 odds. Martinez had scored in five of six Serie A matches this year. However, he was unable to score in five consecutive games. He has scored in both of his last two Serie A matches, which he entered Wednesday.
The Argentinian striker has an advantage over his teammates because he is Simone Inzaghi’s first choice for penalty kicks. He has attempted three penalties and converted two of them, which is a team record. Martinez has seven goals for Inter, and five more for Argentina’s national soccer team.
He now faces the team with the largest number of goals allowed in Serie A. Green stated that Spezia had the worst defensive record this season which is not good news for a match against the top-scoring team of Serie A. Spezia has the third-worst attacking record in the league, so it is fortunate to be outside the drop zone.