Spezia vs. Genoa (Tuesday, 5.30pm)
Both teams lost again at the weekend and have picked up just three points from their last five fixtures, so will be keen to boost their meagre tally against a potential relegation rival.
We say: Spezia 2-2 Genoa
Neither side can claim to be confident about preventing the other from scoring at the Picco, so it could be an open affair, with both searching for an elusive three-point haul.
However, the game could end all square at the final whistle, due to the teams sharing similar strengths and weaknesses.
Venezia vs. Salernitana (Tuesday, 5.30pm)
Both sides were promoted from Serie B last season, and the hosts have had a steady start to the campaign, picking up eight points, which leaves them in 16th place, whereas Salernitana have only collected four points, leaving them rooted to the foot of the table.
We say: Venezia 1-1 Salernitana
Both teams will be hopeful of picking up something from this encounter, and we think that Salernitana will cause Venezia enough problems, to pick up their first away point of the season.
AC Milan vs. Torino (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
While their late win at Bologna temporarily took the unbeaten Rossoneri top of the Serie A standings, Il Toro posted their first win in five games to creep closer to the top half.
We say: AC Milan 1-1 Torino
Milan may run out of steam amid a hectic three weeks of action between international breaks, and taking their eye off the ball is a distinct possibility with greater challenges lying ahead.
As the Rossoneri have not convinced since injury and illness started to ravage their fluent first-choice side, Torino can take advantage and steal a point home to Turin if they are clear-headed enough on the break.