Brescia-Lecce: the Rondinelle returned to winning ways after a long time last week against SPAL, while Lecce have notched yet another draw against Genoa, the sixth one in the past eight rounds. That could be the case again considering their solidity on the road: tie.
Napoli-Parma: the Partenopei brought in Gennaro Gattuso to try to find a spark after seven winless fixtures (five draws, two losses) and the potential is certainly there to go on a run, but they need to pull it together. The Ducali got the W versus Sampdoria last week and have been good on the road recently, but the new coach’s bump could be in full effect here: home win.
Genoa-Sampdoria: three ties in the past four matches for the Griffon, which left something on the table, but the same could be said for the Blucerchiati, who are coming off two unlucky losses against Cagliari and Parma after a positive stretch: draw.
Verona-Torino: three L in the past four contests for Verona in a rough stretch of the schedule (Inter, Roma, Atalanta). The Granata are in strong form with three wins in the last four and might keep it going, even though the Scaligeri will have some manpower back for this one, as they have been able to pick on the minnows: road win.
Bologna-Atalanta: the Felsinei fought but lost to Milan last week after collecting four points in their previous two outings. The Bergamaschi could be spent after the Champions League feat but have excelled on the road and prevailed in their last two: road win.
Juventus-Udinese: it is hard to imagine the Old Lady going three games without winning, especially considering that they are facing a lowly opponent that has struggled on the road (five losses). Home win.
Milan-Sassuolo: the Rossoneri have not looked super duper great but have won in their two most recent fixtures, over Parma and Bologna away. However, the Neroverdi have been beaten only by Lazio in their last five matches and held Juventus and Cagliari to a tie in their last two: draw.
Roma-SPAL: the Giallorossi have prevailed in five of their last sevem games, dropping points against Parma and Inter. The Estensi have not won since early October and were almost always upended on the road: home win.
Fiorentina-Inter: four straight defeats for La Viola, against Cagliari, Verona, Lecce and Torino, and there is a lot on the line for Vincenzo Montella. The Benamata tied with Roma at home last week and is coming off a major disappointment in Champions League, but they have come out on top all the time away: road win.
Cagliari-Lazio: the Sardinians found a way to not lose in the last two, keeping their streak alive, but they look ripe for a loss and the hottest team in the League might hand it to them: road win.
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