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Serie A - Matchday 7 broadcast info

Serie A - All you need to know to watch Atalanta vs Milan and all MD7 games

September 30, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
The rossoneri side will try to catch Napoli at the top of the table, while defending champions Inter will be willing to go back to winning ways this week.

The Italian top-flight promises to give fans their money's worth in the upcoming weekend with a host of games that will keep them on the edge of their seats, whether they attend the stadiums or if they stay home.

There will be much to play for in this weekend, especially for teams such as Inter and Roma, who have not been able to keep up with the expectations they built-up for their fans. Others, such as Napoli and Milan, will try to keep up the good work that has led them to top the league after six games.

The case of Luciano Spalletti's men will be quite interesting to follow, since they will have to visit Fiorentina to keep their unbeaten run alive if they want to maintain the No. 1 spot in the league. But before we go deeper into all the details, let's have a look at some key points ahead of this weekend's matches.

League standings ahead of Matchweek 7 in the Italian Serie A

Napoli are the only team to win all six games in the start of the 2021-22 season, which has given the, bragging rights on the top spot of the competition. Milan sit close behind with 16 points and still unbeaten, while defending champions Inter are third with fourteen points due to a couple of draws. Jose Mourinho's Roma and Fiorentina complete the top five teams with 12 points each.

Top games to watch in Matchweek 7 of the Italian Serie A

Torino vs Juventus: The Derby della Mole will see Torino and Juventus getting to the game in equal terms as never before, as both enter this clash with eight points and with Juventus conceding more goals than their rivals up to this point in the tournament. A win for either side could propel these clubs to the top six teams in the tournament, but it will be quite complicated to determine a favorite due to the number of absences each team will have prior to this match.

Sassuolo vs Internazionale: The defending champions rescued a draw against Atalanta last week, and this time they will not be allowed any mishaps if they want to climb back up in the standings. Sassuolo, their hosts for this weekend, come to this match after claiming a narrow win over Salernitana last week, and winning two in a row would certainly help their options to leave the lower half of the table.

Atalanta vs Milan: The rossoneri will make the trip to Bergamo with the top spot on their minds, but facing Gian Piero Gasperini's side will be anything but easy. The past six games held at the Atleti Azzurri d'Italia Stadium have seen each side claiming two wins and sharing points two more times, which may give us an idea on how complicated it will be to predict a winner this time around.

Serie A - Who's in and who's out of Matchday 7?

Atalanta: Injured: Hans Hateboer. Suspended: Federico Mattiello.

Inter: Injured: Arturo Vidal, Gabriel Brazao, Stefano Sensi. Ineligible: Christian Eriksen.

Juventus: Injured: Alvaro Morata, Kaio Jorge, Paulo Dybala, Arthur.

Lazio: Injured: Mattia Zaccagni, Bobby Adekanye. 

Milan: Injured: Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alessandro Florenzi, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Rade Krunic, Alessandro Plizzarri.

Napoli: No injuries.

Roma: Injured: Leonardo Spinazzola.

Serie A - Matchday 7 broadcast info

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