Serie A live streaming continues today with Napoli v Juventus, Chievo v Sampdoria, Juventus v Sassuolo, Genoa v Atalanta, Parma v Cagliari, Udinese v Torino featuring amongst others in what is a busy Sunday of football from Italy.
Juventus will look to extend their lead at the top of Serie A when they take on struggling Sassuolo later today.
The Serie A side have won their last four league games and hold a three point advantage over second place Roma, who play on Monday against Milan, going into the weekend’s fixtures.
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However, the “Old Lady” will head into the game with the midweek failure to qualify for the knock out stages of the Champions League fresh in their mind.
Antonio Conte’s side lost 1-0 to Turkish side Galatasaray, in a game affected by the elements.
A snow storm meant the game, which was abandoned on Tuesday, was played on Wednesday with Wesley Sneijder’s goal proving the difference.
The midweek re-scheduling has forced the clash with Sassuolo originally intended for Saturday will now move to Sunday.
Despite the logistical problems and the disappointment of dropping into the Europa League Conte has backed his side to bounce back.
“We have to dive back into Serie A and this disappointment has to spur us on domestically,” Conte said.
“We have another two games before the Christmas break and will then start to think about the (UEFA) Europa League.
“We will try to do our best, just as we wanted to do our best in the Champions League.”
Juventus will be without the injured Andrea Pirlo for the game while Claudio Marchisio is suspended
Third place Napoli also missed out on the knockout stages despite beating Arsenal 2-0 midweek. Rafa Benitez side finished level on points with group winners Borussia Dortmund and the Gunners but goal head to head results saw them miss out.
The Naples side will now focus their attentions on addressing a run of league form that has seen them win just two of their last five games and slip 8 points behind leaders Juventus.
They face a tricky test at home to fourth place Inter Milan in Sunday’s evening game. Walter Mazzarri side are currently four points Napoli and are unbeaten in their last 9 games in all competitions.
Genoa losers to Cagliari last time out face an Atlanta side without a win in three while improving Torino will hope to make it 10 points from four games when they travel to take on Udinese.
Fiorentina have lost two of their last three games but they will confident of addressing that when they on second bottom Bologna. Stefano Pioli’s has overseen just league wins all season but will head into the game with the backing of his President, Albano Guaraldi.
“Pioli will remain for now,” Guaraldi said “We’ll speak again in June to decide whether we stay together or not.
“Bologna need a bit of luck,” added the chief. “This time last year we changed direction for the best and we are growing.
Parma, unbeaten in four, face Cagliari at home while Lazio, without a win in 6 Serie A games will hope for a change in fortunes against Livorno.
Elsewhere Chievo face Sampdoria while in the only game on Saturday Catania take on Hellas Verona.