Serie A — 26 April 2013

After an exciting week of European football, tomorrow Serie A will play the 34^ round. Juventus wants to gain Scudetto, but Napoli will try to obstacle Juventus also this time. Genoa, Siena and Palermo will continue their challenge to remain in Serie A, and AC Milan and Fiorentina will continue their run towards Champions League. Mario Balotelli

However, the first matches will be on Saturday: Atalanta-Bologna and Cagliari-Udinese. During this last one, Udinese has to win, because the Europe League is not too far away, in case of victory. Atalanta-Bologna will be an equilibrate match, because both the teams have a safe position in the league table, but the qualification for an European competition is impossible.

In the night, Pescara will play against Napoli. Pescara wants to win, even if it is already in Serie B, while Mazzarri’s team wants to create problems to Juventus, getting these 3 points, that could be important in case Juventus will be defeated.

On Sunday afternoon, there are some interesting matches. First of all Palermo-Inter Milan, a match decisive for both Serie B and Europe League. Palermo has to win to hope to remain in Serie A, while Inter Milan has to win to defend his position. The other interesting match is Torino-Juventus, that could mean the victory of Scudetto for Conte’s team during this round.

The other matches on Sunday afternoon are: Sampdoria-Fiorentina, Roma-Siena, Chievo-Genoa, Parma-Lazio.

AC Milan-Catania is the last match of this round, a decisive match for both the teams and their European future. AC Milan has a positive morale, thanks to the return of Mario Balotelli, that is always an excellent player and a fundamental element to gain victories.


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