Serie A Sunday: Roma v Sassuolo live streaming highlight of Sunday online schedule from Italy

Its Roma v Sassuolo, Chievo v AC Milan, Parma v Lazio, Juventus and Napoli live streaming to watch from Serie A Sunday, as popular firm Bet365 report they are televising  games from Italy through their website today.

The highlight is no doubt Juventus and Napoli, who do battle with Roma firmly in their sights.

The pair go head to head on Sunday in what is undoubtedly the tie of the weekend in Italy. Level on points and with just goal difference separating them, both have made strong starts to the season, winning nine and drawing one of their 11 games.


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Normally this would be enough for the outright lead at this point but with Roma deservedly earning all the plaudits following their fantastic 11 game unbeaten start to the season, the pair have had to bide their time.

Napoli are the team currently in second place in the table, three points behind Roma but they will face a difficult task in Turin. Both sides had good midweek results with Juventus drawing 2-2 with Real Madrid while Napoli beat Marseille 3-2 in a thriller.

Juventus won 2-0 when the sides met last season in this fixture and whoever wins would go level on points with Roma in the unlikely event they lose to lowly Sassuolo.

Rudi Garcai’s side saw their incredible run of wins halted in the 1-1 draw with Torino last weekend and they will be eager to get back to winning ways against the Serie A strugglers.

Sassuolo won’t be the walk over they were at the start of the season. The club have started to adjust to life in the top flight and have won two and drawn one of their last five games.

Lazio manager Vladimir Petkovic has called for his team to become ‘more ruthless’. The club struggled to a 2-1 win over Apollon in the Europa League on Thursday and face a difficult trip to face Parma side that has lost their last two games.

Hellas Verona meanwhile will look for their third win on the spin when they face Genoa while Milan, fresh from their 3-1 defeat to Barcelona midweek, go in search of their first win in four away to Chievo.

The pressure is increasing on manager Massimiliano Allegri a defeat to bottom-placed Chievo could be the final straw.

Fiorentina, with one defeat in their last five, play struggling Sampdoria while Cagliari could overtake Torino if they beat Sunday visitors.

There are two games on Saturday as 4th place Inter Milan with just two wins from their last six take on Livorno with Catania taking on Udinese at Stadio Angelo Massimino looking for their first win in five.

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.