Benevento vs. Udinese (Sunday, 11.30am)
Udinese, meanwhile, can move up to 11th in the table with a victory.
We say: Benevento 1-1 Udinese
Both sides appear to have hit a bit of a rut of late, with the visitors certainly not the same side without the suspended De Paul.
Fiorentina vs. Juventus (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Having ridden out controversy surrounding their president's role in attempting to re-shape the future of football, Juventus meet Fiorentina on Sunday, with their top-four place still in some jeopardy.
Juve's involvement in the ill-fated European Super League overshadowed their midweek win over Parma, while this weekend's hosts picked up a precious three points of their own through just a third away win of the season.
We say: Fiorentina 1-2 Juventus
Though Fiorentina are far from pushovers on home soil, their error-prone rearguard will struggle to keep Juve's array of attacking stars at arm's length throughout, so are likely to concede at least twice.
The Viola are still in need of points to secure their Serie A status, but may have to wait until crucial upcoming fixtures with Cagliari and Crotone to confirm their top-flight place for the 2021-22 campaign.
Inter Milan vs. Hellas Verona (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Following a series of eleven consecutive victories, league leaders Inter Milan now face fast-fading Hellas Verona this Sunday on the back of two straight draws, but are still within touching distance of the Scudetto.
Antonio Conte's team are just three wins away from securing their first Serie A title in a decade, so will hope to make short work of a Hellas side that have lost six of their last seven games.
We say: Inter Milan 1-0 Hellas Verona
Though Inter's previous potency has been quelled by the 'Lu-La' strike duo's quiet spell, they have still accumulated a steady stream of points with a more cautious approach, as they seek to defend their lead in the league.
Their visitors' lamentable attacking efforts have amounted to little this term - Verona have scored more than 30 goals fewer than the Nerazzurri so far - so a slim margin of victory in a low-scoring game can be expected, as Conte's men edge closer to the title.
Cagliari vs. Roma (Sunday, 5.00pm)
In a clash which could have major consequences at both ends of the Serie A standings, relegation battlers Cagliari continue their last-ditch bid for survival on Sunday, against a Roma side still chasing a return to Europe.
Consecutive wins have lifted the hosts to within three points of safety, while the under-performing Giallorossi arrive in Sardinia on a run of just one victory from their last six league games.
We say: Cagliari 1-1 Roma
Cagliari have showed their capabilities with backs against the wall in the past week. As a result, renewed hope can spur a talented squad on to stay in with an shot of extending their four-year stay in the top flight by grinding out a point against Roma.
Perhaps with one eye on the big occasion next week, the Giallorossi could come up short again on the road, as injuries and inconsistency continue to bite into their chances of catching the top six.
Atalanta vs. Bologna (Sunday, 7.45pm)
Their mid-table visitors, meanwhile, have sewn up a stress-free end to the season thanks to some good recent form and are still in with a shot of sneaking a top-half finish.
We say: Atalanta BC 2-0 Bologna
Atalanta's abundance of attacking guile should prove the difference in Sunday night's traditional curtain-closer on Serie A's 33rd round.
As the visitors do not travel well and are able to coast to the campaign's conclusion, the Champions League-chasing Bergamaschi will take advantage and extend their fine run of form.