AC Milan vs. Genoa (Sunday, 11.30am)
The Rossoneri got their bid for a Champions League return back on track last week, as they saw off relegation-threatened Parma despite going down to ten men, while the Grifone slipped to defeat at outgoing champions Juventus.
We say: AC Milan 2-1 Genoa
Having seemingly stabilised since their Europa League exit last month, an overworked Milan squad are now benefitting from the extra rest and time on the training ground enjoyed by Inter during the past few months.
Seven goals in their last three games suggests that their goalscoring issues are at an end and they can now take the chance to improve a weak home record with victory over fast-fading Genoa.
Lazio vs. Benevento (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The Biancocelesti have won four in a row in the league to keep their European qualification hopes alive, while Benevento have won just one of their last 14 matches.
We say: Lazio 3-1 Benevento
Goals tend to be scored when these sides meet, and there is also the added narrative of the Inzaghi brothers facing off in the dugout, though Simone recently tested positive for coronavirus and may be absent this weekend.
Benevento held Lazio in December's reverse fixture, and they stunned Juventus last time out on their travels, but the hosts are in great form and should get the job done here.
Atalanta vs. Juventus (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Top-four rivals Atalanta BC and Juventus meet in a crucial clash on Sunday, with three points and a potential Champions League return at stake in Bergamo.
The pair - who both exited Europe at the last-16 stage this term - now convene in Serie A ahead of their Coppa Italia Final next month, when La Dea will play Juve at the iconic San Siro.
We say: Atalanta BC 2-2 Juventus
A mouthwatering encounter between two very different clubs now treading a similar path should produce a handful of goals on Sunday, as a draw does neither side any favours.
Napoli, Lazio and Roma remain on the Coppa Italia finalists' coat-tails in the race for the top four, so Atalanta's unremitting commitment to attack could be met by a less cautious Juventus outfit, who are under far more pressure to take the points.
Nevertheless, the Old Lady's abundant experience should be enough to fight back for a share of the spoils, with both teams' fate to be decided deep into next month.
Bologna vs. Spezia (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The Rosseblu have lost four of their last six league games, while the visitors head to the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara having lost five of their last six top-flight matches on the road.
We say: Bologna 2-2 Spezia
Both Bologna and Spezia will feel that a victory on Saturday would all but confirm their top-flight status for next season.
Goals are to be expected as the two teams have conceded a combined 101 league goals so far this season, and another entertaining draw could be on the cards at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara.
Torino vs. Roma (Sunday, 5.00pm)
After sealing a place in the Europa League semi-finals in midweek, seventh-placed Roma travel north to meet a battling Torino side on Sunday, seeking to stay in the hunt for a European return next season.
The hosts, meanwhile, have picked up seven points from their last four games to keep their heads above water at the other end of the Serie A standings.
We say: Torino 2-1 Roma
The constant workload of midweek matches at high intensity appears to be catching up with Roma this month, as they battle to salvage their Serie A campaign amid a number of tired legs and absences.
Contrastingly, much-improved Torino are building up a head of steam which may see them pull away from trouble sooner rather than later - and their newfound Belotti-Sanabria strike pairing is set to be an integral factor.
Napoli vs. Inter Milan (Sunday, 7.45pm)
Sunday evening's traditional curtain-closer to the Serie A weekend pits together champions-elect Inter Milan and Champions League-chasing Napoli at Stadio Diego Maradona, with both sides in peak form.
The hosts come into the game with five wins from their last six, while Antonio Conte's unstoppable visitors have put together an 11-match winning streak in the league, stretching back to January.
We say: Napoli 2-2 Inter Milan
Though the league leaders have rattled off 11 straight successes in Serie A - and could set a new top-flight record if they continue that run until the end of the season - Napoli have proved a tough nut to crack in recent weeks.
As the Azzurri have not been beaten on home turf for three months, they can use an impressive array of attacking options to turn possession into goals. Inter, though, care little about keeping the ball and are ruthless on the counter, so will surely strike back in kind.