Bologna vs. Hellas Verona (Saturday, 2.00pm)
Their opponents, meanwhile, enjoyed success against Serie A's basement boys Crotone last time out - making it two wins from three since the turn of the year for Ivan Juric's side.
We say: Bologna 0-1 Hellas Verona
Rarely giving much away at the back, Verona are capable of keeping an ineffective Bologna front line at bay, while hitting the net through one of their gifted attacking trident.
With the Felsenei in danger of extending a seriously worrying run, thoughts of a potential relegation battle should not be too far from Rossoblu minds.
Our tipster partners are predicting a double chance bet on a home win or an away win.
Torino vs. Spezia (Saturday, 5.00pm)
The hosts took AC Milan to 120 minutes plus penalties in a midweek cup defeat, after also losing to the same opponents last weekend, while a well-rested Spezia outfit could take time to bask in the glory of back-to-back wins.
We say: Torino 2-2 Spezia
Torino (24) and Spezia (22) have conceded the most goals in the second half of Serie A fixtures this season, so expect this game to ignite in the final 45.
With the Aquilotti's dedication to going forward rather than sitting back, it is likely that Torino can breach their back four more than once, but it remains an open question whether Giampaolo's side can keep the back door shut themselves.
Our tipster partners are predicting under 3.5 goals.
Sampdoria vs. Udinese (Saturday, 7.45pm)
Mid-table Samp's only win in four surprisingly came against title-chasing Inter Milan, while the Zebrette have now gone without success since the middle of last month.
We say: Sampdoria 1-1 Udinese
Predicting the outcome of a Sampdoria fixture this season can be fiendishly difficult, as they have been such an unpredictable side.
Many would expect them to bounce back from defeat to surprise package Spezia and see off Udinese on Saturday, but the Zebrette could grind out another away point, as they have drawn several games on the road.
Our tipster partners are predicting over 1.5 goals.