Inter Milan Still Unbeaten in Serie A

In soccer betting, Inter Milan is undefeated in Serie A action as they have won 15 games with four draws. They visit fifth place Udinese on Sunday. Inter played Juventus to a 2-2 draw in Italian Cup action on Wednesday.

Inter leads the soccer betting league with 49 points. AS Roma is second in the league standings with 42 points, followed by Juventus with 37, Fiorentina with 34 and Udinese with 32 points.

Soccer betting rumors say that Midfielder Maniche was signed on loan from Atletico Madrid earlier this month and played his first full game for Inter against Juventus.  Vitor Hugo Gomes Passos, nicknamed "Pele," and defender Nelson Rivas also played well in the draw against Juventus.  Also helping out was Patrick Vieira, who has returned from injury. "He's recuperating well, but we've got to proceed with caution," Inter coach Roberto Mancini said about Vieira. "But I liked the 20 minutes against Juve. Just like I was pleased by the performance of Rivas and Pele." The draw was impressive for Inter considering they played almost the entire game with only 10 men. Julio Ricardo Cruz scored twice for Inter. "I'm satisfied with the entire squad," Mancini said. "This performance gives us tranquility." Inter had won 13 straight matches in all competitions before the draw. Soccer betting fans even happier of this results.

Second place Roma soccer betting fans host Palermo on Saturday and could get captain Francesco Totti back.  Totti and midfielder Simone Perrotta have both been out with the flu. Roma is coming off a 1-1 draw with Sampdoria in the Italian Cup. Juventus visits Livorno but will be missing midfielder Marco Marchionni, who was injured against Inter and could miss the rest of the season. Soccer betting news say that Juventus is looking at signing midfielder Mohamed Sissoko from Liverpool.

Serie A soccer betting action on Saturday has Palermo at Roma and Siena at Sampdoria.

On Sunday it is Genoa at AC Milan, Atlanta soccer betting fans hosting Reggina; Cagliari hosting Napoli; Catania hosting Parma, Torino home against Lazio, Inter Milan at Udinese and Juventus at Livorno.