Parma-Atalanta: the Ducali saved faced after a tail spin with two straight wins over Napoli and Brescia, but the Bergamaschi, although no longer super on point and held to a tie in the last three away matches, are usually deadly in easier fixtures: 1-3.
Inter-Napoli: the Nerazzurri have stayed undefeated over the last six rounds, equally distributed between draws and wins, while the Partenopei bounced back after the Parma misstep by defeating Sassuolo, but in a very bizarre game. The Beneamata seems more motivated, but they have not been great against top competition: 1-1.
Verona-SPAL: the Scaligeri are in a sticky patch having failed to win in the last seven matches and they are coming off an undeserved drubbing by Lazio, but, despite the absences, they should return to winning ways versus the already relegated Estensi, even though they tied in the past match versus Torino: 2-0.
Lazio-Brescia: the Biancocelesti are back and exaggerated versus Verona, so it seems more of a matter of how many goals they will bag versus the hapless Rondinelle: 4-0.
Sampdoria-Milan: the Blucerchiati did not go down without a fight against Juventus despite the 0-2 result. They lost two straight. It will not be a cakewalk but the Rossoneri should keep their positive streak going, as they had won three times in a row before tying with Atalanta: 1-2.
Sassuolo-Genoa: the Neroverdi scored four times against Napoli, but neither was onside, and so they came a cropper for the second match in a row and, despite some solid performances, have not prevailed in the last four. The Grifone did not show up against Inter after the successful Derby and the pressure is not really on in the standings considering the cushion over Lecce: 3-1.
Udinese-Lecce: the two Ws over Juventus and Cagliari secured another year in Serie A for the Friuliani, something that has never really been in doubt, so it will be a matter of motivation for them. Lecce came back but then were painfully pipped at the post against Bologna, losing for the third time in the past four fixtures. They will get up for this, but it is not sure it will be enough: 2-2.
Cagliari-Juventus: the Sardinians have dropped the last four matches, the most recent two in narrow fashion, and have not won in a while. The Bianconeri clinched the title but might want to finish the season well to keep up the form: 1-2.
Fiorentina-Bologna: the Viola’s streak ended bitterly in Roma after six rounds, while the Rossoblù bounced back after five winless ones versus Lecce. Not many wins for the Gigliati at home: 1-1.
Torino-Roma: two 1-1 ties for the Granata, against Verona and SPAL, while the Giallorossi have prevailed in five of the last six to defend their fifth place: 0-2.
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