Cagliari vs. Sampdoria (Sunday, 11.30am)
While Sampdoria sit five places above their hosts in the standings, there are only three points between the two struggling teams.
We say: Cagliari 1-1 Sampdoria
With things extremely tight at the bottom end of the table, we do not expect anything different to occur between these two sides. It feels like a matchup where both teams will focus on avoiding defeat, leading us to predict a low-scoring draw.
Udinese vs. Bologna (Sunday, 2.00pm)
However, Udinese sit just three points below them in 13th position, providing them with the incentive to end a four-match winless streak.
We say: Udinese 1-1 Bologna
On the back of thrashing Lazio, Bologna are the clear favourites to record another three points at the weekend. However, Udinese have momentum after their comeback draw at Sampdoria, leading us to predict a competitive stalemate.
Genoa vs. Sassuolo (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Both sides have struggled to pick up wins this season and sit uncomfortably close to the relegation zone, having been beaten again just before the international break.
We say: Genoa 1-1 Sassuolo
While Genoa have started in familiar fashion - leaking goal after goal - their visitors have lost some of their offensive cohesion this term, so may not be best placed to exploit the Grifone's weaknesses, recently exacerbated by a growing injury list.
For that reason, the spoils are set to be shared at Marassi, which suits neither side but reflects their current limitations.
Empoli vs. Atalanta (Sunday, 2.00pm)
While the newly-promoted home side have slayed Juventus and beaten Bologna to sit comfortably in mid-table, the visiting Bergamaschi have picked up only one point from their last two outings - against Lombardy rivals Inter and Milan.
We say: Empoli 1-2 Atalanta BC
Empoli are a side buoyed by their adaptation to life in the elite and have nothing much to lose against one of Serie A's new 'Seven Sisters', that dominate the top of the standings.
Though such fearlessness makes the Azzurri a tough proposition for many teams, Atalanta can fight fire with fire on Sunday, making up lost ground with a win courtesy of their array of attacking talents.
Napoli vs. Torino (Sunday, 5.00pm)
The teams convene at Stadio Maradona on Sunday, with the hosts close to matching a club record and the away side hoping to bounce back from derby defeat last time out.
We say: Napoli 2-1 Torino
Though any Ivan Juric side pose a tough task to beat, Torino cannot stop the Azzurri tide on Sunday, and the league leaders will continue their relentless winning run.
The hosts' attacking weapons are formidable, and Napoli's combination of speed, strength and ingenuity should seal three points after a close-fought scrap with the Granata.
Juventus vs. Roma (Sunday, 7.45pm)
Two giants of Calcio clash in the Sunday evening kickoff upon the resumption of Serie A, as Juventus welcome Roma to Turin.
While Juve's recovery from a sluggish start to the season gathered pace before the international break, their visitors have been largely impressive since the appointment of Jose Mourinho and sit fourth in the standings - four points above the Bianconeri.
We say: Juventus 1-0 Roma
Though far from the finished article, as they undergo what is sure to be a challenging period of reconstruction post-Cristiano Ronaldo, an improved Juventus can keep out Roma for 90 minutes and continue their supremacy over the Giallorossi on Turin turf.
Mourinho's men are still somewhat brittle on their travels, and an appalling record at the Allianz Stadium is unlikely to improve on Sunday night.