Parma vs. Sampdoria (Sunday, 4.15pm)
While Sampdoria sit two places adrift of their hosts in 14th position, Claudio Ranieri has guided I Blucerchiati to four victories from five matches.
We say: Parma 1-2 Sampdoria
Given the contrasting form of the two clubs, we cannot back anything other than a Sampdoria win. Although Parma may be competitive for much of the contest, we feel that the extra cutting edge of the visitors will ultimately shine through.
Genoa vs. Lecce (Sunday, 6.30pm)
Just a solitary point separates the two clubs, who sit in 17th and 18th position respectively in the standings.
We say: Genoa 1-1 Lecce
Given everything which is at stake, this will inevitably be a tense affair. Taking that into consideration, expect the goals in this contest to be shared equally.
Brescia vs. SPAL (Sunday, 6.30pm)
SPAL have lost their last four matches and are bottom of the division, two points worse off than Brescia and a further nine adrift of safety with five games to go.
We say: Brescia 1-1 SPAL
Brescia and SPAL have won five games apiece this season and have little hope of avoiding relegation. On the back of heavy defeats last time out, we can see the sides cancelling each other out in a result that will suit neither of them.
Fiorentina vs. Torino (Sunday, 6.30pm)
Thirteenth-placed Fiorentina beat Lecce in midweek to remain two points and two places better off than Torino, who also returned to winning ways last time out with victory at home to Genoa.
We say: Fiorentina 1-0 Torino
Torino have lost seven away games in a row and are without an away win at Fiorentina in the league since 1974, so we are tipping the hosts to string together back-to-back Serie A victories for the first time since January.
Napoli vs. Udinese (Sunday, 6.30pm)
The visitors have won one of their last four matches and are only two places above the dotted line, while back-to-back draws for Napoli leaves them in sixth.
We say: Napoli 2-0 Udinese
Udinese have won back-to-back away matches but are without a victory in this fixture home or away in more than four years. Napoli have scored at least two goals in their last six home games in Serie A - their best run since 2014 - and we can see them getting back on the winning trail this weekend.
Roma vs. Inter Milan (Sunday, 8.45pm)
Antonio Conte's side are currently second in the table, six points behind leaders Juve, while Roma are fifth, four points clear of sixth-placed Napoli but 12 behind fourth-placed Lazio.
We say: Roma 1-1 Inter Milan
Inter are in need of a win to keep their slender title hopes alive, but Roma will be full of confidence following a run of three straight wins. We are struggling to pick a winner in this clash and have therefore tipped a low-scoring draw, which would be a good result for the home side.