Serie A is set for a bumper weekend with Roma v Atalanta, Siena v Juventus, AC Milan v Inter, Napoli v Udinese & Fiorentina v Bologna all available through Bet365’s live stream service.
It should be a fascinating weekend, with all ten teams search for crucial points across Saturday and Sunday.
Looking at the table after six games, it is definitely taking some shape. Reigning Champions Juventus lead the way with Napoli hot on their heels. You then have Inter and Lazio well in the mix, while AC Milan are really struggling in mid-table.
At the bottom, Cagliari are the only team without a win, while only six points separate them from 8th position. At this stage of the season, it is all to play for and it should be a very entertaining weekend.
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Kicking off the action on Saturday is Chievo v Sampdoria. The home side are on a horrendous run of five defeats in succession, while Sampdoria – who sit in 5th position – are very happy with life.
The only other match on Saturday sees Genoa and Palermo go head to head. Both teams will fancy getting the points in this one, so it should be an open encounter and is definitely tough to call.
Moving onto Sunday, this is where the Serie A weekend comes alive with eight games taking place. The pick of which is without doubt AC Milan v Inter Milan from 7.45pm.
As mentioned, AC are struggling at the moment as their new look squad adjusts to what could be a very tough season for them. Seven points from six games is a very poor return for them and they will hope to use this game as a platform for better form.
Inter on the other hand will hope to continue their good performances. Two successive victories has them well up there in the table and with Antonio Cassano – who has four goals already this season – they have a striker determined to perform against his former club.
Elsewhere on Sunday, Cagliari are searching for their first win of the campaign at home to Bologna, Atlanta host Siena, Fiorentina – who will be pleased with their form – travel to Chievo and Palermo and Torino go head to head.
There is then a fascinating duel between two Italian giants as Parma and Sampdoria get set to do battle. Both have gone three games without a win, so will be keen for maximum points in this one.
Finally, taking place alongside Milan v Inter at 7.45pm, Genoa and Roma bring the Serie A weekend to an end.
It is only two days and ten fixtures, but it should be a rollercoaster ride in Italy’s top flight.