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Lazio welcome Catania to the Stadio Olimpico on the back of their first Rome derby defeat since March 2011 while Catania have more pressing troubles as they seek a first win of the season.
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Catania picked up their first point of the season, ending a run of three successive defeats, in their 0-0 draw with Parma while second half goals from Federico Balzaretti and Adem Ljajic condemned Lazio to their second defeat of the campaign.
The Biancocelesti also saw Andre Dias sent off and he will join injured quartetStefan Radu, Giuseppe Biava, Diego Novaretti and Lucas Biglia in missing out.
Sixth place Livorno have made an impressive start to the season and currently lie just 5 points off the top. Last time out they continued their fine form with a 0-0 draw away to Genoa and they look to continue their fine form against a Cagliari team that has just won once so far.
Struggling Parma have yet to win this season and sit in 18th place in the table, one ahead of Wednesday’s visitors Atalanta who sit just one point and two places ahead of them.
Despite boasting the goal scoring talents of Antonio Cassano, Amauri, Mark Livaja, former Napoli frontman German Denis and Giacomo Bonaventura both teams have managed just 5 goals between them all season and another low scoring encounter could ensue.
Milan, fresh from their 2-1 defeat to Napoli, will head to Bologna minus star striker Mario Balotelli after his red card at the weekend. The former Manchester City star received his second yellow card for insulting the referee and will also miss the games with Sampdoria and Juventus.
However despite the absence of the mercurial forward the Rossoneri will be confident of claiming only their second win of the season against a team they haven’t lost to since 2008.
Bologna are currently four places below Milan and lost at home to Torino on Sunday, a game that saw Cesare Natali sent off. The defender will now miss the game along with fellow defender Nicolo Cherubin, currently struggling with a foot injury.
Napoli, along with Roma, boasts the league’s only 100% record and they will be hopeful of continuing that run when they face a Sassuolo side that lost 7-0 to Inter at the weekend.
Roma meanwhile have been impressive so far scoring 10 goals and conceding just once on their way to a 2 point lead at the top of the table and the team from the capital will look to stretch their run of wins to five when they travel to a Sampdoria side yet to win and with just two points on board.
The night’s final two games see’s Torino face Verona and 4th place Juventus, currently unbeaten after 3 wins and a draw in their opening four games, travel to face 14th place Chievo.