Milan-Sampdoria: the Rossoneri quickly bounced back from the loss against Napoli by outlasting Fiorentina on the road, garnering their third win over the past five matches, all on the road. The Blucerchiati returned to winning ways after five rounds with a one-nil over Torino. Even if the Devil has not been great in San Siro, the opponents do not have a lot to play for and have been poor away: 3-1.
Atalanta-Udinese: the Bergamaschi kept on marching before the break as they downed Verona, notching the sixth win in the past eight games, with the only blemish coming against Inter. The Bianconeri came a cropper versus Lazio after avoiding defeat for five matches in a row (two Ws, three draws). The guests have been resilient but the Goddess seems tough to stop right now: 2-1.
Benevento-Parma: the Sanniti surely picked an odd game to snap out of a slump as they won for the first time since January against Juventus at the Stadium. They had been dropped in three of the previous four matches. The Ducali had gained some momentum with a surprise win over Roma and few ties, but Genoa halted them at home two weeks ago. The tension for what is at stake might prevail: 1-1.
Cagliari-Verona: the Sardinians appeared on the brink of turning it around after the coaching change, but then they fell twice in a row at the hands of Juventus and especially Spezia in what could turn out to be a very costly loss. The Scaligeri have uncharacteristically been defeated three times in a row, by Milan, Sassuolo and Atalanta as they might start to be running low on motivation: 1-0.
Genoa-Fiorentina: after failing to prevail for six games in a row, the Grifone woke up at the most opportune time as grabbed a precious victory over Parma. They have not lost at home in eight games, drawing in five occasions. The Viola fought hard with Milan but were still upended. They had collected four points in the two previous tilts with Benevento and Parma, but it remains to be seen whether the unusual departure of Cesare Prandelli will affect them: 1-1.
Lazio-Spezia: the Biancocelesti got their mojo back before the break with two hard-fought victories over Crotone and Udinese. The Liguri did the same thing after five winless rounds by nipping Cagliari for three golden points. Ciro Immobile and company have triumphed seven times in a row at home, while the guests have been torched in the past four away games: 3-1.
Napoli-Crotone: the Partenopei are coming off four wins over the past five matches, including two impressive ones against Milan and Roma on the road. The Squali dueled with both Lazio and Parma but were topped anyway. They have won just once over the last ten games and have been defeated in the last eight away contests: 4-1
Sassuolo-Roma: the Neroverdi have lost in two of the three matches, against Udinese and Torino on the road. They have not had much consistency as they have prevailed just twice over the past 11, with four draws. They have been edged in just one of the past six at home though. The Giallorossi have suffered two ugly defeats in a row at the hands of Parma and Napoli. Both sides will be seriously undermanned: 2-2.
Torino-Juventus: the Granata have been bested in three of the past four contests, by Crotone, Inter and Sampdoria, winning only once against Sassuolo and showing some cracks after the COVID outbreak. The Bianconeri were stunned at home by Benevento before the break, failing to corral the fourth consecutive win. The Old Lady has dominated the match-up in recent years: 0-2.
Bologna-Inter: the plucky Felsinei finally strung together two Ws in a row at the expense of Sampdoria and Crotone. They have been upended just once, by Milan, in the last seven home tilts. However, the Nerazzurri have rattled off eight straight wins and Coronavirus did not hit them too hard all things considered: 1-2.
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