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Serie A Predictions For Match Day 23

Posted by Kevin Walker Saturday, February 6, 2021

Several tricky matches in Round 23, and Dave has his predictions up earlier but I'm going to disagree with him somewhat and be the contrarian as I have my doubts on Sampdoria and Inter claiming all 3 points.

I much prefer to play AC Milan away to Bologna. With Roma pressing to take second place and that automatic Champions League birth, I sense an urgency for Leonardo's men.

Bologna drew at Chievo last weekend which was a rather expected result. And the team have won only 2 of their last 5 at home having struggled against bigger sides all season with only one win against top ten club Palermo back in November. As we all know the southerners have traditionally fared poorly on their travels so I guess I've wasted time even mentioned it.

away win (AC Milan)

The only other match that looks enticing is AS Roma at Fiorentina. The home side is pretty bad right now. Their passing game is quite poor and all of sudden they have started letting in goals in every game. The Viola have actually fallen so far down the table they sit outside the top 10, shocking to be sure.

This one should get physical but also look for Francesco Totti to make an appearance which could make all the difference. (check the line up prior to match time) Last outing Philipe Mexes scored a goal and that aggressive attacking spirit from the back four of Roma I really like to see. Burdisso is suspended for this one but the call will be Roma refusing to lose their incredible run since Ranieri became manager, bringing them up to third place in the league and beyond.

away win (Roma)

make sure to check out the rest of the predictions for Round 23 under, "Lets see who the Serie A's best coach is ..... Mourinho Vs Allegri"

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