Serie A Online : Inter Milan v Juventus live streaming highlight of Saturday television coupon from Italy

Serie A returns with Inter Milan v Juventus live streaming to watch online, plus Napoli v Atalanta & Torino v AC Milan available through a live stream with Bet365.

The popular Midalnds based unit have aded Serie A live streams to their list of televised events, available to watch through the Bet365 website this weekend.

The battle between unbeaten duo Inter Milan and Juventus is the headline act as Italian football resumes following the International break.


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The defending Serie A champions travel to the San Siro on Saturday to face Walter Mazzarri’s rejuvenated side with both clubs winning their opening games to date.

After a disappointing campaign last season Inter look revistalised this season with Juve keeper Gianlugi Buffon tipping the club to mount a serious challenge for the title.

“We have a lot of respect for Inter,” the Italina stopper told Gazzetta dello Sport. “We fear them.

“They have a great coach in Walter Mazzarri and they are prepared.

“They are a team that can make life difficult for any rival and they will challenge for the Scudetto.”

Elsewhere on Saturday night Napoli, like Juventus and Inter winners on both their outings so far, take on Atlanta.

Atalanta claimed their first win of the season last time out with a 2-0 win over Torino but they will travel to Naples without the injured trio of Daniele Capelli, Franco Brienza and Riccardo Cazzola.

The evening’s final fixture sees an AC Milan will hope to build on their 3-1 win over Cagliairi in round 2 travel to face Torino, however they will have to do without the services of injured defenders Mattia De Sciglio, Ignazio Abate and Matias Silvestre although with Kaka set for an emotional second debut concerns over the defence have been cast aside.

Fiorentina have beaten Genoa and Catania so far this season and they will hope to an early 11.30 am kick off does not prevent them from making it three wins from three when they face Cagliari away.

While Udinese will hope to keep their year-long unbeaten run at home going when they welcome Bologna to the Stadio Friuli.

There will be no better time for Genoa to turn around their dismal start to the season than on Sunday when they face city rivals Sampdoria at the Marassi – with Samp playing the role of designated home team.

Second bottom Genoa have conceded seven goals so far in their opening two games and they will hope to avoid a third straight defeat when they face neighbours Sampdoria in the first Derby della Lanterna of the season.

Veteran Verona striker Luca Toni is hoping to recover from an ankle injury in time for the visit of Sassuolo. The newly promoted side are living up to their billing as favourites for the drop and have yet to pick up a point from their opening two games.

Livorno will be without the services of new striker Miguel Borja for the game with Catania.
The Colombian striker has yet to receive international clearance.

Lazio meanwhile will be keen to put their 4-1 loss to Juventus last time behind them when they face Chievo at home while in the final game of the weekend takes place on Monday when Lazio’s cross town rivals Roma, the final member of the 100% club, will put their record on the line when they travel to the Stadio Ennio Tardini to face Parma

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.