Crotone-Lazio: the Squali have hauled in just two points so far, tying against Juventus and Torino and losing five times already. The Biancocelesti shared the spoils with the Bianconeri as well and had defeated Bologna and Torino the two matches before: they usually do well versus the minnows. 1-3.
Spezia-Atalanta: the Liguri have been very combative so far and they lost only versus Juventus in the past four rounds, where they soundly defeated Benevento and had 2-2 ties with Parma and Fiorentina. The Bergamaschi drew with Inter in the past game after returning to winning ways the week before against Crotone. The Aquilotti will make it tough but the guests could take advantage of their defensive shortcomings: 2-3.
Juventus-Cagliari: another stumble for the Old Lady against Lazio, where they threw away two points as they had controlled the pace for most of the match. They have tied in three of the last four contests, while the Sardinians have triumphed in three of the last four, dropping just the Bologna tilt. Their last win came at the expense of Sampdoria. The Rossoblù will put up a fight but they too might be undone by the fact that they concede a lot: 4-2.
Fiorentina-Benevento: a clash between two sides looking to bounce back as the Viola changed their coach after the uninspiring nil-nil draw with Parma and winning just one in the last six contests, while the Sanniti have been topped four times in a row. The new-manager bump could propel the home team: 2-1.
Verona-Sassuolo: both sides approach the game in not-so-great shape due to several absences. The Scaligeri have stayed undefeated over the last four matches, drawing with Genoa, Juventus and Milan and besting Benevento, while the Neroverdi have abated a little with two ties in the last three, versus Torino and Udinese, but they had a great win over Napoli in between: 1-1.
Inter-Torino: the Beneamata is coming off two draws against Parma and Atalanta and have taken home the full spoils just once in the past five fixtures. The Granata have shaken off a hellish start, but they could not beat Crotone two weeks ago despite topping Genoa the game before and holding their own against Sassuolo and Lazio: 3-2.
Roma-Parma: four wins in the last five tilts for the Giallorossi, who will however be pretty undermanned because of COVID. The Ducali are coming off three draws in a row, including one versus Inter, but they have had some troubles away prior to that: 2-1.
Sampdoria-Bologna: they took a tumble against Cagliari, halting positive run that had seen them pick up three Ws before sharing the spoils with Genoa. The Felsinei got off their schneid by downing Cagliari, but then got got by Napoli and have just two wins and five losses in the season, even though they have been in the game until late in most of them: 2-2.
Udinese-Genoa: the Bianconeri stopped Sassuolo two weeks ago and had showed up versus Milan and Fiorentina as well despite losing, but they need to get going because they have just four points. The Grifone is in a similar situation but had a different trajectory as it has tailed off after a decent start and was upended in three of the four fixtures: 1-0.
Napoli-Milan: the Partenopei bounced back after the faux pas against Sassuolo by squeaking past Bologna and have been successful in every other game they have played. The Rossoneri have slowed down a bit as they have tied in two of the past three rounds, versus Roma and Verona, but are undefeated in Serie A play in the season: 1-1.
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