Get your printable guide – Italian Serie A Matchday 23
Two sides who drew their latest respective fixture – Roma and Cagliari – will lock horns on Friday night in the first Serie A game of February.
Second-placed Napoli will host Catania in one of Saturday’s two matches. They could go level on points with Juve. The Old Lady, who signed striker Nicolas Anelka earlier this week, are in search of more creativity upfront. They played out a 1-1 draw against Genoa last weekend and must now find a way of defeating Chievo on Sunday.
Milan supporters, still buzzing from their much publicized signing of Mario Balotelli from Manchester City, will flock the San Siro Stadium for their side’s battle against Udinese. This encounter scheduled for 14:45 will provide the last action of Matchday 23.
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Scudetto champions Juventus cannot allow themselves to be distracted by business in the Coppa Italia where they drew 1-1 at home to Lazio in midweek. The league campaign continues for the Old Lady this weekend with a fixture against Genoa on Saturday. Earlier in the day, Juve’s cup opponents Lazio will host Chievo.
On Sunday, Francesco Totti’s Roma will look to pursue their 2013 renaissance. The Giallorossi have the upper hand going into next week’s Coppa Italia second leg match against Internazionale. In the meantime, they could grab their first Serie A win of the year away to Bologna.
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Thanks to Juventus’ recent slips, second-placed Lazio could go level on points at the top of the Italian Serie A table this Saturday. To hit 45 points, Lazio need to beat a Palermo team looking to recover from last time’s 3-0 loss to Napoli.
La Vecchia Signora will entertain Udinese in a mouth-watering fixture on Saturday as well. The latter continue their hunt for an European finish and are currently eighth in the table. On Sunday, Milan could grab their 10th win of the season by overpowering Bologna.
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Chaos and disappointment have installed themselves again in the camp of Milan. This is in the aftermath of their Coppa Italia quarter-final exit to Scudetto champions Juventus in midweek. The Rossoneri, who have a tough task against Barcelona in Europe, are still aiming for a Champions League zone finish in the Italian Serie A.
However, they are locked in seventh position ahead of this weekend’s tricky trip away to Sampdoria who spoiled Juve’s 2013 beginning with a 2-1 comeback win on Matchday 18. The 20th round of matches in the Italian Serie A has a lot to offer as clubs try to take the shine away from Conte’s men.
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Get your printable guide – Italian Serie A Matchday 19
While the year 2013 kicks off, the 20 contenders of the Italian Serie A are scheduled to reach the half-way point of the season. It is time for the 19th round of fixtures in Italy to come up. This Saturday will see Torino and Cagliari attempt to push higher in the standings with games away to Catania and Lazio respectively.
Udinese vs Internazionale is one to grab the headlines as much as Napoli vs Roma on Sunday. Scudetto champions Juventus could clinch their 15th win of the campaign at home to Sampdoria. At the San Siro, Milan will be paired against the lowest-ranked team in the table, Siena.
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Juventus are expected to maintain their devastating form and demolish sixteenth-placed Cagliari this Friday. The Old Lady currently boast of a seven-point lead ahead of Internazionale.
The latter will open Saturday’s action with a home fixture against Genoa. The Nerazzurri cannot afford to drop points as Lazio, Fiorentina and Napoli are hot on their heels. Only three points separate these four sides wanting to keep pace with Juve.
Matchday 18 will end in top fashion with Roma hosting Milan in the game of the weekend. The distance between these two giants is nothing more than a couple of points. The Rossoneri could bypass the Giallorossi in sixth place with a win.
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Last weekend, Internazionale took a giant step in their hunt for the Scudetto by defeating Napoli. The latter have now gone down to third in the standings and will close Matchday 17 with a home match against Bologna whereas the former will engage in a nerve-racking battle away to Lazio on Saturday.
Juventus will host Atalanta on Sunday as league leaders no matter what happens in Inter’s encounter. Milan maintained the seventh spot with an entertaining 4-2 win over Torino last week but upcoming opponents Pescara are in confident mood after dismantling Genoa 2-0 lately.
Elsewhere, Roma could break in the top four if they clinch their 10th victory of their Italian Serie A campaign.
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There will be a handful of interesting fixtures in Italy with Roma vs Fiorentina set to capture the public’s attention on Saturday night. The Giallorossi are determined to hit 29 points and finish Matchday 16 above fourth-placed Fiorentina.
On Sunday, Milan will open proceedings with a match away to Torino. The visitors, in seventh place, are looking to push further into the top half of the table. Meanwhile, Juventus will need at least a draw away to Palermo in order to maintain the leadership in the Italian Serie A.