Napoli-Atalanta: the Partenopei looked pretty good in the first two matches against Parma and Genoa, the Bergamaschi were even better in their drubbings of Torino, Lazio and Cagliari. The guests come in as the favorites, but Napoli are set to make it hard for everybody: 2-3.
Inter-Milan: after defeating Fiorentina and Benevento, the Nerazzurri’s run got partially halted by Lazio. The Rossoneri fully took advantage of the easy schedule, triumphing against Bologna, Crotone and Spezia. It is an intriguing stress test for the Devil to see if they can really contend for the title. The Biscione’s absences could also be a factor: 1-1.
Sampdoria-Lazio: the Blucerchiati bounced back versus Fiorentina after two rough performances versus Juventus and Benevento, while Lazio had a so-so start, squeaking out in the Cagliari match, losing badly to Atalanta but holding Inter to a tie. They also will not have Ciro Immobile: 2-2.
Crotone-Juventus: the Old Lady will be without Cristiano Ronaldo, but the Squali have been abysmal defensively in the first three fixtures, therefore the current attackers should be enough to overwhelm the opponents: 1-3.
Bologna-Sassuolo: the Felsinei have not been consistent so far, as they dropped two on the road, against Milan and more worryingly Benevento, but were might impressive at home against Parma. The Neroverdi bagged eight goals in the last two outings after initially drawing with Cagliari and generally appear to be in better shape: 1-2.
Spezia-Fiorentina: one W and two Ls for the Aquilotti so far, who were unable to keep up with Sassuolo and Milan but edged out Udinese. The Viola got off the blocks positively versus Torino, fared well but were pipped by Inter and then came crashing down in the Sampdoria game. Still, they should be equipped to get past the newly promoted side: 0-2.
Torino-Cagliari: both sides desperately need to win as they are coming off two defeats, the Granata versus Fiorentina and Atalanta, the Sardinians with Lazio and the Goddess. They had shared the spoils with Sassuolo in the opener. The situation could lead to the clubs being happy with a draw: 1-1.
Udinese-Parma: zero points and zero goal scored for the Bianconeri in the first three tilts, the Ducali instead got one over Verona after two initial poor displays versus Napoli and Bologna. It feels like it could be right opportunity for the Zebrette to get off the schneid: 1-0.
Roma-Benevento: the Giallorossi improved over the first three matches as, after being underwhelming against Verona, they went toe-to-toe with Juventus and then eked it out against Udinese. Benevento have been feisty and already got the better of Sampdoria and Bologna, but La Lupa should be able to take care of business: 2-1.
Verona-Genoa: the Scaligeri got got by Parma but actually had a solid showing, like in the first two games against Roma and Udinese. The Grifone is a complete question mark as there is no telling in what shape they will be after being ravaged by COVID: 2-0.
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