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There’s a full set of fixtures across Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as teams search for crucial league points.
The sole fixture on Tuesday evening sees Palermo host AC Milan. The hosts are currently just above the relegation zone, while Milan – who have won just once in the last four games – sit in the rather lowly position of 12th.
The Italian giants did pick up a 1-0 win in their last league game though, so they will hope this is the start of a better run. It has taken them some time to click into gear, but if they are to challenge at the top they cannot afford to continue struggling.
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Moving onto Wednesday and it is a very busy night in Serie A. There are eight 7.45pm kick-offs with Juventus hosting struggling Bologna. This is seen as a home banker as the league leaders look to continue their remarkable unbeaten run with a comfortable victory.
Napoli are hot on their heels though and they go to Atalanta in excellent spirits after the narrow 1-0 home win at home to Chievo last time out. Inter Milan are then at home to Sampdoria, while Cagliari host bottom of the table Siena.
Fourth placed Lazio are then looking for three points at home to Torino. They are already seven points adrift of the league leaders and if they want to challenge, this gap cannot get any bigger. After the defeat to Fiorentina last time out, Vladimir Petkovic’s men will be desperate to bounce back.
Parma and Roma then do battle in one of the picks of Tuesday evening. As things stand, they sit 6th and 7th in the table with just two points between them. With similar ambitions for the coming months, this is a significant encounter.
The final match on Tuesday evening sees Catania – who have lost three of their last four – travel to an Udinese side that is struggling for consistency at the moment.
Rounding off the midweek action on Thursday evening, mid-table Genoa are at home to Fiorentina who are pushing for a place in Europe this season.
All in all, it should be a cracking few days in the Serie A and then we get to do it all over again at the weekend.