Lazio v Roma Live Streaming Schedule : Stadio Olimpico hosts Serie A derby

Serie A Live stream schedule with Lazio v Roma, Verona v Juventus, Parma v Catania, Sampdoria v Cagliari available to watch online with Bet365.

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The Rome derby is the highlight of the action in Serie A this weekend as second place Roma “travel” to take on mid table Lazio.

Rudi Garcia’s men are nine points behind leaders Juventus with a game in hand and they need to win the game to keep the pressure on the “Old Lady”.

Roma have a poor recent record against their neighbours winning just one of the last six games although that triumph 2-0 earlier in the season thanks to goals from Federico Balzaretti and Adem Ljajic.


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Both sides are in good form ahead of the clash with Roma winning four of their last five games and Lazio unbeaten in five.

Leaders Juventus face a tricky test away to 6th place Helllas Verona while Inter Milan will hope to improve on their poor recent form when they take on second bottom Sassuolo.

Elsewhere Parma face Catania, 7th place Torino, unbeaten in four, take on Bologna, Sampdoria and Cagliari meet at the Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris and Livorno will look to make it three games undefeated against mid-table Genoa.

The action gets underway on Saturday with three games up for consideration. The early evening kick offs see fourth place Fiorentina play host to mid-table Atlanta with Udinese up against a Chievo side one place and five points below them.

The day’s big game sees a resurgent AC Milan unbeaten in three games since the appointment of Clarence Seedorf take on third place Napoli.

The former Milan midfielder has steadied the ship since his appointment leading the club’s to wins over Verona and Cagliari before last weekend’s draw with Torino.

Napoli meanwhile are in the middle of a run of form that has seen them collect just one point from their last three league games. Rafa Benitez men have drawn with both Chievo and Bologna in recent weeks before losing 3-0 to Atalanta last time out. The heavy defeat was followed up by a 3-2 defeat away to Roma in the semi-final of the Coppa Italia.

Benitez will have been happy with the way his team fought back from 2-0 down although Gervinho’s late winner means that the Roman outfit are in control ahead of the second leg.

With home advantage Napoli will be confident especially as they won 2-1 at the San Siro back in September.

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.