Genoa vs. Sassuolo (Sunday, 11.30am)
While the resurgent visitors have won four of their last five, their Ligurian hosts have now picked up only five points from their previous six outings to drift back into danger.
We say: Genoa 2-2 Sassuolo
Genoa have fared far better at home than away - and striker Gianluca Scamacca may have a point to prove against his parent club - so they can emerge from what is set to be an entertaining encounter with a share of the spoils against in-form Sassuolo.
Though the Neroverdi have regained some of their early-season swagger since Domenico Berardi's return, they may find themselves held up in their pursuit of seventh place by a potentially potent Genoa attack.
Parma vs. Atalanta (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The hosts' demotion was confirmed after Monday's loss to Torino - their 20th of a miserable campaign - while Gian Piero Gasperini's visitors have won six of their last eight games, as they seek a best-ever second place finish in Serie A.
We say: Parma 0-2 Atalanta BC
A sixth consecutive defeat beckons for Serie B-bound Parma, who remain wracked by injuries and are at rock-bottom in terms of confidence.
There is still all to play for in the visitors' camp, on the other hand, so Atalanta can surge to another victory - with goals seemingly an infinite resource in the Nerazzurri squad.
Benevento vs. Cagliari (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The Stregoni are currently 18th on 31 points, while the Isolani are one point better off and outside of the drop zone in 17th.
We say: Benevento 1-3 Cagliari
Momentum and form are so crucial in a relegation battle, and it is certainly in those areas where Cagliari have the advantage. Benevento's record at home also does not provide much encouragement, so we think the visitors will earn a vital victory in this match.
Hellas Verona vs. Torino (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Torino will be looking to move six points clear of the relegation zone when they travel to Hellas Verona on Sunday afternoon.
Il Toro have claimed four points from their last two away matches, while the hosts have lost seven of their last nine Serie A games.
We say: Hellas Verona 1-2 Torino
Six of the last seven meetings between Verona and Torino have been drawn, with the Gialloblu winning the other encounter 2-1 in February 2018.
The visitors are in better form heading into this weekend's fixture, and we can see them securing a narrow victory at the Marcantonio Bentegodi to boost their hopes of Serie A survival.
Roma vs. Crotone (Sunday, 5.00pm)
Having crashed and burned in the first leg of a European semi-final - before firing their coach and hiring Jose Mourinho to great fanfare - the hosts halted a run of three straight defeats with a win in midweek, while their Calabrian counterparts previously lost to new champions Inter; seeing their relegation formally confirmed.
We say: Roma 3-1 Crotone
Even if they are faltering badly at the end of a long and arduous campaign at home and abroad, injury-hit Roma still possess enough final-third quality to breach Crotone's dubious defence on multiple occasions at the Olimpico.
Back-to-back wins could boost the Giallorossi's hopes of a European return, having given a better account of themselves on Thursday, so expect a clash of one of Calcio's best home sides against Serie A's worst team on the road to follow the longer-term form book.
Juventus vs. AC Milan (Sunday, 7.45pm)
Following Inter's coronation last weekend, both the club they deposed as Scudetto holders and their Rossoneri rivals are locked together on points, as missing out on the Champions League remains a real possibility.
We say: Juventus 1-0 AC Milan
The Old Lady's recent domination of this fixture in recent years can continue, despite the confirmation that their Serie A crown has been stolen by Milan's city rivals.
A pale shadow of their former selves of late, the ragged Rossoneri have often suffered at the Allianz Stadium, so even the best away record in the league cannot keep them from falling to a third defeat in four - a bitter blow for their Champions League dreams.