Sampdoria vs. Napoli (Thursday, 5.30pm)
Both sides won handsomely last time out - with the Partenopei brushing aside Udinese on Monday, and Samp beating promoted Empoli at the weekend.
We say: Sampdoria 1-2 Napoli
Improved results of late give Sampdoria some hope against one of their recent bogey sides, but the visitors are in scintillating form around the penalty area and can punish even the slightest of errors.
For that reason, Napoli will edge a lively encounter - with a fifth straight win putting them top of the pile once more.
Torino vs. Lazio (Thursday, 5.30pm)
Lazio will travel to the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino having not won in their last three competitive matches, but they do have a point more than their opponents, having collected seven points from their opening four league fixtures.
We say: Torino 1-2 Lazio
Torino will not be fearful entering this contest having won their last two games, but they will be aware that Lazio pose a tougher task than their last two opponents.
The visitors will know Torino will cause them problems, but Sarri's men should have enough quality to win this one, although it will be a close encounter and the visitors shall be looking for Ciro Immobile to grab the goals once again.
Roma vs. Udinese (Thursday, 7.45pm)
Following their first setback of the Serie A season, Roma welcome Udinese to Stadio Olimpico on Thursday evening.
While a second-half collapse at Verona saw the Giallorossi's perfect record ended on Sunday, their visitors were thrashed 4-0 by Napoli; suffering their first defeat of a so-far successful season.
We say: Roma 2-0 Udinese
Even with one eye on upcoming events at the Olimpico this weekend, expect Roma to return to winning ways due to their opponents' lack of punch in the final third - with no conventional 'number nine' to turn to for visiting coach Luca Gotti.
The Giallorossi look capable of scoring from several departments, so should take care of business against a well-organised but relatively limited side.