Lazio vs Juventus odds tips how to watch live stream time: 8th April 2023 Italian Serie A predictions

Two of the best defenders in Italy’s Serie A face off Lazio host juventus on Saturday on Paramount+. The Old Lady have won three of their last four meetings with Lazio in all competitions, including a 1-0 win at the Coppa Italia in February. Both sides go into Saturday’s game in top form, having won four of their last five league games. Lazio, second in Serie A, beat Monza 2-0 away while Juventus beat Verona 1-0 in league play before drawing 1-1 with Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia semi-finals. You can stream this game live on Paramount+, which you can try free for seven days and watch over 2,400 football games a year.

Kick-off from the Stadio Olimpico in Rome is at 2:45pm ET on Saturday. The latest Lazio vs. Juventus odds from Caesars Sportsbook list Lazio as the +175 favorites (risk $100 to win $175) on the 90-minute moneyline, with Juventus as the +190 underdog. A tie is rated at +185 and the over/under for the total number of goals is 1.5. Saturday’s game will be streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan, which gives you a seven-day free trial and allows you to watch over 2,400 football games a year.

Paramount+ is the only place to watch every minute of every Serie A game this season. A subscription also gives you access to other sports content including the UEFA Champions League and Europa League, NWSL, NFL on CBS and tons of movies and shows. You can start with a free seven-day trial, so sign up here.

How to watch Juventus vs Lazio

  • Date Lazio vs Juventus: Saturday 8 April
  • Lazio vs Juventus Time: 2:45pm ET
  • Lazio vs Juventus Livestream: Paramount+ (One week free trial)

Italian Serie A picks for Juventus vs Lazio

Before you tune in to Saturday’s game, you need to look at Italy’s Serie A selection from betting expert Brandt Sutton. Sutton, a former college football player, has been SportsLine’s top football editor for more than five years. He’s been following football closely for much longer, considering managerial tactics, planned line-ups and past performances to make informed decisions and keep his finger on the pulse of the game around the world.

Sutton finished 2022 as SportsLine’s top soccer punt with a 165-130-2 mark and grossed nearly $2,200 for $100 players. He also shone in Serie A with a 63-39-1 mark and grossed nearly $1,600.

For Lazio vs Juventus, Sutton selects fewer than 0.5 goals scored in the first half for a +120 payout. The last time these defensive clubs met in the Coppa Italia in February, just one goal was scored and the pundit expects a similar result in the league on Saturday.

Lazio have conceded a league-low 19 goals in 28 games this season, while Juventus have conceded just 22. The home side have also recorded a shutout in each of their last six Serie A games. Although both teams are capable of scoring goals, expect a long wait for the first goal.

“Also, Lazio haven’t scored since a 1-1 first-half draw on home soil Florence on Jan. 29,” Sutton told SportsLine. “I expect we’re going to see a low-goal affair on Saturday, which is why I think we’re going to see a 0-0 draw at half-time.” Stream the game here.

How to watch Italian Serie A live stream on Paramount+

Now that you know what to choose, get ready to watch Italy’s Serie A. Visit Paramount+ now to catch Italy’s Serie A, your local live CBS sporting events, some of the world’s top football matches and more. Don’t forget that you can try it for free for the first week.

Chris Estrada

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