Serie A continues in Italy with Chievo v Napoli, Juventus v Lazio live streaming available to watch all the games on Saturday from Bet365, who report their new live stream service on the games from Italy is now in full operation.
The popular Stoke based firm have added Italian football fixtures to their live streaming product, enabling fans of Serie A to watch all the action live online through the Bet365 website.
We’re certainly in for a treat as the second round of games in Serie A get underway this weekend with Lazio against Juventus the standout fixture.
SERIE A FOOTBALL LIVE STREAMING
Don’t forget you can watch a variety of football fixtures, including games from Serie A in Italy and more with Bet365 and their exclusive stream. Click here to navigate through to the landing page and select ‘ Live Streaming’ at the top of the page and continue to watch the games!
The two sides recently met in the pre-season curtain raiser, the Italian Super Cup, with Antonio Conte’s league winners overcoming the current cup holders, Lazio 4-0.
The Roman outfit will hope to get revenge for their Super Cup defeat when they make the trip to Turin. Both sides made successful starts to the season last weekend with Juventus beating Sampdoria 1-0 and Lazio proving too strong for Udinese running out 2-1 winners.
Inter Milan, under the guidance of new manager Walter Mazzari, will hope to build on last weekend’s over Genoa when they travel to Sicily to a play Catania
City rivals Milan meanwhile had a busy day of transfer activity on Friday with Alessandro Matri arriving from Juventus and Kevin-Price Boateng completing a switch to German side Schalke.
Under Pressure Massimiliano Allegri will looking for a first win of the season following last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to a Luca Toni inspired Verona.
The Rossoneri secured their place in the Champion’s league group stages midweek with a comfortable 3-0 win over Dutch side PSV and Allegri will hope his side can carry that mo-mentum in to the clash with Cagliari.
Verona meanwhile face another tricky task when they travel to Rome to play a Roma side minus the services of Erik Lamela following the 21 year olds transfer to Premier League side Tottenham.
Rafa Benitez’s Napoli side will look to build on their 3-0 win over Bologna last weekend when they face Chievo on Saturday evening. The club could be without summer signing Gon-zalo Higuain after the former Real Madrid striker injured his jaw in a diving accident mid-week.
Despite finishing 9 points behind Juventus last season, Napoli look set to provide the biggest challenge again this season and according to Marek Hamsik, inspirational last weekend, the club want to put trophies in the cabinet.
“Juventus remains the title favorite but we’re focused on our season. We want to win some-thing this year,” Hamsik said.
Fiorentina, who sold Adem Ljajic to Roma midweek, beat Catania 2-1 last time out and they will hope to make it two from two when they travel to Genoa while it will be a historic occa-sion at the Stadio del Tricolore as Sassuolo host their first-ever top flight game.
The newly promoted side lost 2-0 to Torino last weekend but they will hope to cause an up-set when Livorno, who lost by the same scoreline to Roma, come to town.
Udinese and Parma will be looking for their first win of the season when they face off at the Stadio Friuli while pointless Sampdoria travel to Bologna looking to put the defeat to Juventus behind them.
Finally, Atalanta host Torino in the weekend’s remaining game.