Not many games with meaning in the season finale, so there are probably going to be plenty of wacky results.
Brescia-Sampdoria: the Rondinelle have lost in six of their last seven games, but have done okay at home in the restart. However, the Blucerchiati might want to bounce back after three losses in a row, not all deserved: 2-2.
Atalanta-Inter: the second place and a few extra millions of prizes are on the line here. The Bergamaschi have alternated wins and draw in the last six outings, while the Meneghini took home four of the past six, tying in the other two. The Goddess have prevailed seven straight times at home: 2-1.
Juventus-Roma: the Bianconeri will want to defend their undefeated streak at home and gear up positively for a Champions League run, while the Giallorossi will look to keep up their positive momentum, as they won in six of the past seven rounds: 3-3.
Milan-Cagliari: seven Ws in the last 11 tilts for the Rossoneri, who should come out on top again even though the Rossoblù blindsided Juventus on Wednesday after a terrible stretch: 3-1.
Napoli-Lazio: the Partenopei have been pretty flat recently as they have been successful just twice in the previous six fixtures, but never lost at home under Gennaro Gattuso, while the Biancocelesti have been revived in the past three games: 0-1.
SPAL-Fiorentina: the Estensi can not wait to be put out of their misery and they could be in for another thumping as La Viola looked very good against Bologna and generally in late July: 0-3.
Bologna-Torino: the Felsinei fell their faces against Torino after a slum-busting win over Lecce, their lone one in the last seven games. The Granata have not been much better though and have picked up just one point in their nine away fixtures: 2-1.
Genoa-Verona: the Rossoblù have not showed up in the last two round versus Inter and Sassuolo, where they could have clinched the permanence in Serie A and instead allowed eight goals without scoring. Verona returned to winning ways after a while versus SPAL, but they had picked up few ties and their level of performance had not dipped: 1-1.
Lecce-Parma: the Salentini stayed alive with a gritty win against Udinese and obviously need the three points here. The match-up is not ideal due to Parma’s counter-attacking prowess, but their desperation should be a good enough fuel: 2-1.
Sassuolo-Udinese: the Neroverdi busted out of an unlucky mini-drought by romping Genoa and they should be able to overwhelm the Zebrette, who have nothing more to play for: 3-1.
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