The Serie A action returns with Inter v Pescara, Parma v Juventus, Lazio v Atalanta, Napoli v Palermo, Sampdoria v AC Milan odds available with Bet365 and their live stream service.
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After the midweek excursion of the Coppa Italia attention now turns back to domestic matters as Juventus look to get things back on track following their shock defeat to Sampdoria last week.
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The action gets underway on Saturday evening with Bologna hosting Chievo. The home side are just two points above the drop zone and have lost their last two, so confidence might be a bit shot.
As for Chievo, a win here could move them into the top half and they are sure to be tough to beat.
Then, Inter Milan are at home to Pescara and this will not be a routine victory for the Italian giants. Inter have really fallen of the pace recently and lost again last weekend, crashing to a 2-0 away defeat at Udinese, meaning they are now in fifth place and nine points adrift of Juventus at the top.
Want away star Wesley Sneijder finally looks to be on his way after a tabled bid of £8.2m from Galatasaray was accepted by the club, which should relieve the off field problems that have cast a cloud over the Nerazzurri in recent weeks.
Andrea Stramaccioni now has it all to do to lift his side as they face Pescarawho are really making a fight of things as they stave off relegation as the 2/7 on the home win looks one to miss.
Pescara on the other hand, have won three out of four and moved out of the drop zone, as the 11/1 on the away win looks too big to ignore for value seeking punters.
Sunday sees the remaining eight matches take place and the early kick-off is between Torino and Siena and the latter really need the points as they are six points away from safety. Siena have also lost their last five, so will have their work cut out against Torino as they are unbeaten in three.
Juventus are on their travels on Sunday as they take on Parma at the Stadio Ennio Tardini and the team from Turin have to bounce back after a shock defeat at home to Sampdoria last time out.
A midweek quarter final win in the Coppa Italia over AC Milan will have restored some pride, as the Bianconeri look more than backable at 4/5.
Parma are a side full of confidence though and have taken nine points from their last nine, so might fancy their chances against the champions.
Napoli thrashed Roma 4-1 last weekend and will be expecting a victory at home to Palermo this time out as they currently sit in the bottom three. If Napoli are at their best, this should be a comfortable afternoon for them, and with Edinson Cavani banging in a hatrick in their last game, the 1/3 looks one for the accumulators.
Lazio are the form side in Serie A right now and they can keep the pressure on Juventus with another three points at home to Atalanta, who are very inconsistent.
It has been eight games since Lazio tasted defeat in the top flight as Vladimir Petkovic’s side have a formidable record at home at the Stadio Olimpico, having won twelve and lost just once. The 8/13 on the home win looks one of the weekend’s bankers in Italy.
Udinese v Fiorentina should be a cracking 90 minutes as the former are showing signs that they can finish in a European spot this season, whereas the latter are in fourth spot in Serie A.
Catania are at home to Roma on Sunday as well, so know that they must be at their very best to take anything from the game. The side from the capital are in sixth and if they want Champions League football, these are the kind of matches they need to win.
A real six-pointer takes place between Cagliari, who have lost their last side and Genoa, a side that lifted themselves out of the bottom three with a victory last weekend.
There is then one evening kick-off and it sees AC Milan make the tough trip to Sampdoria as Massimiliano Allegri looks to restore some confidence following an extra time loss to Juventus in the midweek Coppa Italia.
Riccardo Garrone’s Sampdoria side will be after their second giant killing in a row, after defeating Juventus in Turin in the last round, so Milan know they need to be at the top of their game this weekend. At 11/10, however the money should be on a Stephan El Shaarawy inspired away win.
It should be a fitting way to round-off the Serie A action.