Roma vs. Genoa (Sunday, 11.30am)
While the fifth-placed Giallorossi continue to fight it out for a Champions League place following a midweek win, their much-improved visitors still need points to secure Serie A survival.
We say: Roma 2-1 Genoa
It may be time for Genoa to start looking over their shoulders again, as the Ligurians' long-standing inability to turn over Roma is set to continue in Sunday's early kickoff.
The hosts are specialists at patiently passing their way through the defences of lower-ranked sides and can seemingly score from all quarters of the team, thereby covering for the absences of Dzeko and Veretout.
Hellas Verona vs. AC Milan (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Only one win in six across all competitions has left the Rossoneri playing catch-up on city rivals Inter as they seek a first Scudetto in a decade, while the hosts are unbeaten in four and sit comfortably in mid-table.
We say: Hellas Verona 1-1 AC Milan
Though Milan are far from a busted flush - with several twists and turns still probable in an absorbing Scudetto contest - returning to winning ways at in-form Verona is certainly a tough task.
The home side are one of the most defensively resilient in the league, so can repeat the result played out when these teams met in the autumn - an entertaining score draw.
Fiorentina vs. Parma (Sunday, 2.00pm)
While the Viola have won only one of their last six matches, being sucked to within five points of the drop zone, their desperate visitors have now gone a club-record 16 games without victory.
We say: Fiorentina 0-1 Parma
If not now, then when? This may be the day when Parma can finally close an unedifying chapter in their rollercoaster history with their first success in months.
Even considering their respectable home record, Fiorentina are more often than not a listless proposition and their incrementally improving visitors have enough options in their unwieldy squad to find a match-winning goalscorer from somewhere, as their scrap for salvation goes on.
Crotone vs. Torino (Sunday, 2.00pm)
While Il Toro have had to close their training ground after 10 positive cases in their camp, Crotone, who are hoping to avoid losing eight consecutive league matches, are to prepare for the game to go ahead as scheduled, despite the possibility that the fixture may be postponed.
We say: Crotone 2-1 Torino
Crotone have previously faced Torino five times in Serie A but have never beaten them; the visitors are set to field a depleted lineup, though, the hosts will believe that Sunday's match is one of their best chances to claim all three points in their quest for survival.
Sampdoria vs. Cagliari (Sunday, 5.00pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors have won their first two games with new manager Leonardo Semplici at the helm and are hoping to claim their second victory of the season against I Blucerchiati this weekend.
We say: Sampdoria 1-1 Cagliari
Three of Sampdoria's five home Serie A wins have come against sides in the bottom half of the table this season, and the hosts will fancy their chances of claiming three points against another struggling side on Sunday.
However, the upturn in form for Cagliari in the last week has given them belief that they can survive the drop and secure more points on their travels this weekend. With little to separate the two sides, a score draw could be on the cards at the Luigi Ferraris Stadium.
Napoli vs. Bologna (Sunday, 7.45pm)
Inconsistent Napoli will seek to get their pursuit of Champions League qualification back on track this Sunday, as they host mid-table Bologna in the aftermath of one of the most extraordinary encounters of the Serie A season.
An action-packed conclusion to their midweek fixture ultimately saw the sixth-placed Azzurri fall further behind the clubs above them, while the visitors came away empty-handed from a sojourn to Sardinia.
We say: Napoli 2-0 Bologna
If they can shake off the disappointment - and instead channel the anger - from their costly climax in midweek, Napoli are more than capable of putting even an improving Bologna side to the sword.
As the visitors' lame away form has undermined their hopes of a top-half finish, the Partenopei can take advantage of an anaemic opposing attack to press forward and seal the win.