Lazio-Bologna: three wins in a row for the Biancocelesti, while the Felsinei slowed down in the last two weeks, with a heavy loss and a draw at home. The Rossoblù’s prowess on the road (four wins in the last five matches) could make this a trap game, but it would be silly to pick against Lazio until they actually fall: home win.
Udinese-Fiorentina: the Zebrette are coming off three draws and three losses, while La Viola salvaged a gritty point versus Milan and had routed Sampdoria before that. A draw would not be surprising at all, but the guests are in a more convincing form: road win.
Napoli-Torino: four Ws in the past five rounds for the Partenopei, while the Granata have lost five in a row. Even if the Azzurri could be spent and at times lay inexplicable eggs, the logical way to go is a home win.
Milan-Genoa: the Rossoneri with their less-than-enthralling play have prevailed once in the past four matches, tying twice and losing in the Derby. The Griffon were dropped for the first time in a month by Lazio, which had to dig deep to do it. The Devil has not been very impressive at home: draw, like in four of the past six games at San Siro.
Lecce-Atalanta: after three straight quality wins, the Salentini came a cropper versus Roma. They can be dangerous and sneak up on the opponents, but the Goddess got a week off and have been consistent on the road: away win.
Parma-SPAL: the Ducali have become fairly regular and are generally able to pick up Ws when they are supposed to. The Estensi have shown some improvements in the last two outings, but they have been knocked down five consecutive times: home win.
Sassuolo-Brescia: the Neroverdi slipped up against Parma before the last match was postponed, while Rondinelle put up a decent fight against Napoli, but were upended once again and are sinking more and more in the standings: home win.
Cagliari-Roma: the Sardinians have not won since early December and lost six of the past nine. The Giallorossi can be up-and-down but they have been pretty reliable on the road: away win.
Juventus-Inter: the Bianconeri have not looked particularly good in a while, but they can rely on their excellent home record, as they tied just once at the Stadium. The Beneamata is coming off a loss in the clash with Lazio and another negative result in a key match-up would be a devastating blow: draw.
Sampdoria-Hellas Verona: three bad losses in the past five tilts for the Blucerchiati, which have triumphed just once at home in the last two months. The Scaligeri have not been topped in nine rounds, but they equalized a lot, mostly against good teams though: road win.
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