Fiorentina vs. Lazio prediction, odds, how to watch, live stream: Feb. 5, 2022 Serie A expert picks

Jon Eimer has set his Serie A best-bets for Lazio vs. Fiorentina at Paramount+

Fiorentina vs. Lazio prediction, odds, how to watch, live stream: Feb. 5, 2022 Serie A expert picks

The top three teams on the 2021-22 Serie A table are starting to seperate a bit. There's still plenty to be excited about the remainder of the season, with fourth and eighth placed separated by seven points. Seventh-place Fiorentina hosts eighth-place Lazio on Saturday in an important game for both sides' chances of playing European football next year. With 36 points, the teams are tied and Fiorentina leads only by goal differential. You can watch the action live on Paramount+ .

The game will take place at Stadio Artemio Francochi in Florence on Saturday. Kickoff is set for 2:45 p.m. ET. Fiorentina is the +140 favorite (bet $100 to Win $140) on the 90-minute moneyline, while Lazio is +200 in the Fiorentina Vs. Lazio odds at Caesars Sportsbook. The price for a draw is +235, while the total goals over-under is 2.5.
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How to watch Fiorentina against Lazio

  • Date: Saturday, February 5,

  • Time: 2:45 p.m. ET

  • Streaming: Paramount+

Italian Serie A picks for Lazio vs. Fiorentina

You must view the Fiorentina-vs. Lazio picks by sports betting expert Jon Eimer before you can tune in to Saturday’s match. Eimer is a high volume bettor with extensive knowledge of all leagues and players around the world. Eimer joined SportsLine in 2012 and has been covering the English Premier League, Serie A and the FA Cup. Over a two-month period, the Indiana-based handicapper had a winning record at 260-133-1 and more than 90 units of profit.

Eimer backs Lazio to win against Fiorentina with a draw that results in a push (+105). Fiorentina may be leading in the Serie A standings but it will have to work hard to qualify for the European qualifying spots after selling star forward Dusan Vahovic to Juventus for $85 million during January's transfer window.

Vlahovic scored 17 goals this season in 21 matches of Serie A with Fiorentina. Replacing that production will be a huge undertaking. Cristiano Biraghi, the Defender, is the second player on the team with four league goals. No forward has scored more than three times during Serie A play.

Lazio managed to keep clean sheets in the three matches it played before the international break. However, their defensive problems continued throughout the 20+ matches of Serie A play. Lazio (46) and AC Milan (53) have scored more goals this season than Lazio (46), so the Roman team will be a serious threat to climb the table if they continue their defensive improvement.