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Juventus to beat Siena @ 27/100
Unbeaten Juventus are the form team in Serie A at the moment and should have no problem staying at the top of the table by beating Siena on Sunday.
The Old Lady have won four and drew two of their last six league games to post the best six game haul of any side in the league to maintain their one point advantage over the chasing pack as the race for the Scudetto remains fascinating.
And Juve will have no fears when lowly Siena come visiting the Juventus Stadium, especially when the leaders boast such a great home record. Only Udinese have taken more points at home than Juventus, who have posted a 7-3-0 record so far.
The picture is very different for Siena, who lie just one place above the drop zone and deep in the relegation mire. The principle reasons for their struggles is their awful away form: Robur are yet to win on their travels this season, losing six of their ten games. Siena have lost five of their last six away games and have only scored five goals on the road all year.
Milan to beat Napoli @ 67/100
AC Milan may have had a setback in midweek but they remain right in the middle of the Serie A title race and they can keep in touch with Juventus at the top with a home win over Napoli.
The Rossenari lost at Lazio on Wednesday, but that was only their second league defeat in 17 matches and they can bounce back at the San Siro on Sunday. Despite their early season toils, Milan have lost just one home game all season, winning seven, and their recent form at home has been excellent – Milan have won five of their last six matches, scoring 17 goals in the process.
Napoli have not reached the heights of their early season form and have slipped away from the title picture. Azzurri are 14 points off the summit of Serie A with a place in Europe next season the only realistic target.
Result shave been hard to come by. Since beating Inter Milan on 1st October, Napoli have won just four of their last 16 league engagements and there is nothing in their away form to suggest they can upset Milan – Napoli have won just one of their last seven trips.
Palermo to beat Atalanta @ 4/5
Palermo boast a terrific home record in Serie A this season and should be fancied to continue that fine form when the host inconsistent Atalanta.
Rosanero have been brilliant at home so far this term, with only Udinese picking up more points on home soil (Palermo have the same amount of home points, 24, as Juventus) and a look at the shows how vital that form has been – Palermo have posted just four points on the road.
But eight wins in ten matches is brilliant form in anyone’s book and they should again be good enough to pick up another three points at home against an Atalanta side is too unpredictable.
La Dea are currently in 15th place and in mid-table no-man’s land, seven points clear of the relegation zone but with no hope of getting among the European places. They have posted a 3-4-3 away record which gives some indication of their inconsistency, but they have won just one of their last six on the road and could well struggle again.