We’re continuing our regular Serie A predictions with a 7/1 Sunday treble from the latest round of fixtures in Italy’s top division.
Inter Milan look on course to claim the Scudetto title but there are still plenty of other issues to be decided at both ends of the table.
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Atalanta to beat Juventus @ 6/4
La Dea can climb above Juve into third place if successful and the feeling is they can achieve that feat on home turf. Gian Piero Gasperini’s side have rediscovered their free-scoring touch in 3-2 victories over Udinese and Fiorentina to make it eight wins out of nine in Italy’s top flight – the only loss coming away to Inter. Juventus have enjoyed back-to-back home wins over Napoli and Genoa, but their recent away record is moderate.
Lazio to beat Benevento @ 2/5
The Biancocelesti are still in the hunt for a top-four finish after picking up maximum points from their last four Serie A fixtures. They have only beaten Crotone, Udinese, Spezia and Verona by the odd goal on each occasion, but this is another good chance to close the gap on teams above them. Benevento are hovering slightly above the drop zone after securing just one success in 14 outings and only Genoa have scored fewer away goals than them this season.
Inter to win at Napoli @ 13/10
The Nerazzurri have powered 11 points clear at the summit thanks to 11 consecutive victories in this competition and Antonio Conte knows they are within touching distance of a first Scudetto triumph since their famous 2010 Treble. Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez have netted 36 goals between them and so often prove the difference in big games. Fifth-placed Napoli are obviously no mugs but have often faltered when facing elite-level teams over the past few months and we’re happy to take them on in our Serie A predictions.
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