Crotone-Atalanta: the Sharks are reeling as they have picked up just one point so far, obviously in the toughest match-up against Juventus, so the Bergamaschi will have a good opportunity to bounce back after two poor showings versus Napoli and Sampdoria: 1-3.
Inter-Parma: the Nerazzurri took care of business against Genoa, as they are ones to do versus the minnows, but they will not have their leader Romelu Lukaku in this one. The Ducali have improved offensively over the last three weeks, but the opponents will likely turn out to be too tough for their current state: 1-0.
Bologna-Cagliari: the Felsinei are playing decently but they are not getting any result as they have been torpedoed in four in the first five tilts. The Sardinians instead are on the up-and-up as they were able to best Torino and Crotone in the last two matches. Bologna has been better at home: 2-2.
Udinese-Milan: four losses so far for Udinese, but in the last two rounds they topped Parma and went toe-to-toe with Fiorentina on the road, so their outlook changed a bit compared to the first three lackadaisical matches. The Rossoneri’s run got halted by Roma after four Ws and they will probably find a way to come out given their great form: 1-2.
Spezia-Juventus: the Aquilotti got the same result in the last two matches (2-2), but they mounted a comeback versus Fiorentina, while they suffered one in Parma. They had one win and two losses to open the campaign. The Old Lady is going in the wrong direction as they tied with Verona and Crotone in the last two matches, but, despite their poor moment, they could be able to exploit the adversaries’ soft defence: 2-3.
Torino-Lazio: the Granata nabbed their first point of the season with a pretty good showing versus Sassuolo, even though they gave away the lead late. The Biancocelesti are dealing with a possible COVID outbreak and it is tough to gauge what level of competitiveness they will have in this one, but they were fine in Bruges: 1-1.
Napoli-Sassuolo: their march continued at the expense of Benevento as they rattled off their fourth straight win. The Neroverdi are still undefeated (three wins, two draws), but they have played with fire in the last two matches and they will be facing their toughest opponent to date: 4-2.
Roma-Fiorentina: the Giallorossi have been able to stop Milan last week after doing the same to Juventus in the second round and in between beat Udinese and Benevento. The Viola was not super convincing but they did return to winning ways by outlasting Udinese after two losses and an ugly draw with Spezia, but they too often falter against better opponents: 1-0.
Sampdoria-Genoa: the Blucerchiati approach the Derby in great shape as they bested Fiorentina, Lazio and Atalanta in the last three fixtures. The Rossoblù are still dealing with the consequences of the COVID outbreak and shared the spoils with Verona and lost to Inter in the last two matches: 2-0.
Verona-Benevento: two consecutive draws for the Scaligeri, against Genoa and Juventus, but with different taste. In the last two rounds, the Sanniti could not hang with Roma, but they were game versus Napoli, despite losing. The home team could be very depleted: 1-1.
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