We’re continuing our weekly Serie A predictions with a 5/1-plus Sunday treble from the latest round of fixtures in Italy’s top division.
Some of the most famous clubs in world football are again battling it out for top honours and the chance to secure Champions League qualification.
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Inter Milan to beat Bologna @ 12/25
Antonio Conte’s side have picked up 10 points out of 12 since the restart and should be high on confidence after hitting Brescia for six in midweek, with Premier League old boys Ashley Young, Alexis Sanchez and Christian Eriksen among the scorers. The Nerazzurri received another boost when signing defender Achraf Hakimi from Real Madrid on a five-year deal and can maintain the feelgood factor by brushing aside a mid-table Bologna outfit.
Sampdoria to beat Spal @ 17/20
Claudio Ranieri will have breathed a sigh of relief when Sampdoria picked up a valuable 2-1 victory at Lecce on Wednesday night and they can further enhance their survival prospects by seeing off basement dwellers Spal. The hosts had previously performed with credit in defeat against some strong opponents, only losing 2-1 away to both Inter and Roma, and have Gaston Ramirez back on song after recovering from injury, with the ex-Southampton midfielder hitting a double in midweek.
Udinese to beat Genoa @ 13/10
Luca Gotti’s side went nine games without a win either side of lockdown but there was a lot to like about the way they ended that barren run with a 2-0 success at Roma on Thursday night. The Giallorossi did admittedly have Diego Perotti sent off just inside the half-hour mark, but Udinese were already ahead and on top at that point. Highly-rated playmaker Rodrigo de Paul caught the eye when providing both assists and is fancied to inspire another victory versus Genoa in our Serie A predictions.
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