Fiorentina vs. Cagliari (Wednesday, 6.30pm)
Cagliari currently sit five points above their midweek opponents in the table, but the visitors suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Atalanta last time out.
We say: Fiorentina 1-1 Cagliari
Fiorentina's confidence would have received a huge boost as they managed to end their winless streak against Parma, and Cagliari have not performed all that badly in recent weeks despite the recent defeat to Atalanta. That being said, we are struggling to separate the two sides and think that a draw is the most likely outcome.
Genoa vs. Napoli (Wednesday, 6.30pm)
Genoa managed to salvage a late 2-2 draw against Udinese at the weekend, whereas Napoli enjoyed a 2-1 victory over fellow European hopefuls Roma last time out.
We say: Genoa 1-3 Napoli
Genoa are definitely capable of making life difficult against this Napoli side, and Gattuso will not be taking this fixture lightly. Genoa will feel confident in attack given the absence of Koulibaly, but Napoli's attacking threat makes them the clear favourites and we expect the visitors to travel back to Naples with all three points.
Roma vs. Parma (Wednesday, 8.45pm)
Roma and Parma will both be looking to end a run of three consecutive Serie A defeats when they go head-to-head at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday evening.
Roma currently lie fifth in the table on 48 points - level with sixth-placed Napoli, while Parma occupy 12th spot with 39 points to show from 30 matches.
We say: Roma 2-1 Parma
The two clubs will be determined to end their respective winless runs on Wednesday, and both will no doubt believe that they are equally capable of coming out trumps in this game. That being said, we expect the superior quality of Roma to pull through and give the home side a narrow victory as they endeavour to keep their European hopes alive.
Atalanta vs. Sampdoria (Wednesday, 8.45pm)
Meanwhile, Sampdoria make the trip to the Gewiss Stadium sitting seven points clear of the relegation zone after recording back-to-back victories.
We say: Atalanta BC 4-1 Sampdoria
Despite Sampdoria's recent revival, there is every chance that they will not be any match for this relentless Atalanta side. Although the home team may find themselves under slightly more pressure, it should not hinder their efforts on Wednesday evening.
Bologna vs. Sassuolo (Wednesday, 8.45pm)
Bologna stunned Inter Milan to take all three points with a 2-1 win at the weekend, while Sassuolo enjoyed a thrilling 4-2 victory over Lecce last time out.
We say: Bologna 2-2 Sassuolo
Both clubs should be brimming with confidence right now and that energy should transfer onto the pitch, with plenty of attacking talent to admire on both ends. Sassuolo's front three always guarantees goals but Bologna will feel capable of beating anyone after their victory at Inter, so we are expecting the sides to play out a four-goal thriller and walk away with a point apiece.
Torino vs. Brescia (Wednesday, 8.45pm)
Torino have slipped down to 16th in the table following a three-game losing streak, while Brescia lifted themselves from the bottom of the table with victory over Hellas Verona at the weekend.
We say: Torino 2-1 Brescia
With both clubs' Serie A futures at stake heading into the final few weeks of the season, Wednesday's clash has all the makings of a fascinating match-up. Brescia were terrific value for their victory against high-flying Hellas Verona, but Torino will be equally desperate for three points and we are backing a narrow home victory in this relegation scrap.
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