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Sunday's Serie A predictions including Lecce vs. Inter Milan

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Serie A fixtures, including Lecce vs. Inter Milan.

Juventus vs. Frosinone (Sunday, 11.30am)

Juventus' Adrien Rabiot celebrates scoring their second goal on February 17, 2024© Reuters

Resting while their main rivals were on European duty in midweek, Juventus aim to rejuvenate their Scudetto challenge on Sunday, when faltering Frosinone visit Turin.

Juve have picked up just two points from their last four Serie A matches, while the visitors lost a third straight game last week and are leaking goals left, right and centre.

We say: Juventus 3-1 Frosinone

After an unexpected delay, Max Allegri could finally become the first coach in Serie A history to top 1000 points. Currently on 999, his Juventus side have stumbled in recent weeks, but the off-colour Canarini could prove perfect opponents.

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Cagliari vs. Napoli (Sunday, 2.00pm)

Napoli's Victor Osimhen celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on February 21, 2024© Reuters

Under their third head coach of the season, Serie A champions Napoli will meet another former manager on Sunday, when they tackle Claudio Ranieri's Cagliari.

While Francesco Calzona made an immediate impact by helping his new side hold Barcelona in the Champions League, Ranieri's men are mired inside the relegation zone after five games without a win.

We say: Cagliari 1-2 Napoli

After grinding out a draw with Barcelona, having both a new boss and star striker Victor Osimhen back in the fold should help Napoli to overcome Cagliari once again. The hosts have been unstable defensively, so even the champions' goal-shy attack can thrive on Sunday.

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Lecce vs. Inter Milan (Sunday, 5.00pm)

Inter Milan's Marko Arnautovic celebrates scoring their first goal on February 20, 2024© Reuters

Imperious in Serie A and with one toe in the Champions League quarter-finals, Inter Milan seek a 10th straight win on Sunday, when they visit Lecce at Stadio Via del Mare.

While Inter are red-hot Scudetto favourites following their superb start to 2024, the hosts have lost five of their last six matches and are slipping closer to the trapdoor.

We say: Lecce 1-2 Inter Milan

Via del Mare is not a place to venture without caution, but Lecce are on a downward slope and Inter have been simply irresistible this year. Inzaghi's boys can post yet another win and inch closer towards the title.

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AC Milan vs. Atalanta (Sunday, 7.45pm)

AC Milan's Rafael Leao celebrates scoring their first goal on November 7, 2023© Reuters

After suffering back-to-back defeats, AC Milan face a tough test of their fading title credentials on Sunday evening, when in-form Atalanta BC arrive at San Siro.

Milan may lead their Lombardy rivals by seven points in the Serie A standings, but the visitors have just won five league games on the spin to start narrowing the gap.

We say: AC Milan 2-2 Atalanta BC

Atalanta (10) and Milan (12) are the only two Serie A sides to have scored at least 10 goals via substitutes this season, so late inspiration could well come from the bench in a close-fought contest. The points may be split at the final whistle, which would maintain the Rossoneri's grip on third spot.

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