Bologna vs. Lecce (Sunday, 4.15pm)
Lecce are currently four points adrift of safety with three games remaining, although they did manage to pick up a 3-1 win over Brescia last time out.
We say: Bologna 1-1 Lecce
Lecce should feel confident of travelling back home from this meeting with all three points given Bologna's substandard form, but Mihajlovic's men gave Atalanta a good run for their money in midweek and we expect the points to be shared in a tightly-fought encounter on Sunday.
Roma vs. Fiorentina (Sunday, 6.30pm)
Roma are looking to consolidate their hold on fifth spot, while Fiorentina have moved up to 10th with just three games left to go.
We say: Roma 3-1 Fiorentina
Both clubs should go into gameweek 36 brimming with confidence given their respective unbeaten runs, but Roma's attacking stars have been shining brightly in recent weeks and we expect Fonseca's men to march to victory at the Stadio Olimpico.
Hellas Verona vs. Lazio (Sunday, 6.30pm)
Meanwhile, the home side welcome the title outsiders to Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi looking to defend ninth position in the Serie A standings.
We say: Hellas Verona 1-2 Lazio
Having finally got back to winning ways on Thursday night, we are backing Lazio to continue where they left off at Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi. While it may prove to be a fiercely-fought contest, the visitors could prevail with a late goal.
SPAL vs. Torino (Sunday, 6.30pm)
As for the home side, they head into the game at Stadio Paolo Mazza looking to regain some pride ahead of their return to the second tier.
We say: SPAL 0-2 Torino
With SPAL seemingly shipping goals for fun, we have to back Belotti and co to take advantage. While it may be nervy for a time, it would come as a surprise if the visitors to not run out relatively comfortable winners.
Cagliari vs. Udinese (Sunday, 6.30pm)
The Bianconeri earned a 2-1 comeback victory at the Dacia Arena to move up to 15th and within three points of opponents Cagliari, who were defeated 2-1 by Lazio on the same day.
We say: Cagliari 1-2 Udinese
Udinese are surely now safe from the drop after beating champions-elect Juventus and this is a fixture that they tend to do well in. The visitors have won three in a row against Cagliari and, given the form of Zenga's side, we are backing an away win on Sunday.
Juventus vs. Sampdoria (Sunday, 8.45pm)
Juventus will welcome Sampdoria to Turin on Sunday night knowing that a victory would see them win the Serie A title for a ninth year in a row.
The Old Lady passed up the chance to secure the trophy on Thursday as they lost at Udinese, but Maurizio Sarri's side will be confident of getting the job done on home soil this weekend.
We say: Juventus 2-0 Sampdoria
Juve will be determined to return to winning ways following the disappointment of the Udinese result, and we are finding it incredibly difficult to back against the home side here. We fancy Sarri's side to pick up the three points that they need to secure a ninth straight Serie A title.