Serie A round betting news[/b]
Dave Farrar is predicting that Cagliari sink Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Rossoneri in this weekend's Serie A- According to the soccer tip page![/b]

Lazio a Perfect 10[/b]
Lazio v Napoli[/b]
Saturday, 17:00[/b]
Live on Premier 1 and Betfair Live Video[/b]
Lazio are looking lớn make it a club record ten consecutive Serie A wins in the early evening game on Saturday, and they look big at hai.14 lớn beat a Napoli team who have lost two of their first three soccer tips goals under Gennaro Gattuso.[/b]
Gattuso looked an odd appointment when he was rushed in to replace Carlo Ancelotti, and he's done little so far to suggest that he's the right man for the job. Lazio's form, in contrast, has been dazzling, with Luis Alberto and Ciro Immobile running riot, and Joaquin Correa confirming his status as one of the most watchable players in world football.[/b]

Napoli might have won their last five Serie A games against Lazio, and have a stellar record at this stadium, but those results were in different times, and this Napoli should be a big underdog as they head to the form team in Serie A. Lazio look big, even at hai.14.[/b]
San Siro spectacular[/b]
Inter v Atalanta[/b]
Saturday, 19:45[/b]
Live on Premier 1 and Betfair Live Video[/b]
Two of the previous three meetings between Inter and Atalanta have finished 0-0, but it's hard to see anything but goals at San Siro this Saturday night, as we enter yet another seemingly pivotal Serie A weekend.[/b]
With Juve heading lớn Roma on Sunday, Inter know that victory here could see them ending the weekend a couple of points clear, but Antonio Conte will be aware of the challenge that's likely to be posed by ex-Inter coach Gian Piero Gasperini.[/b]
Atalanta have been smashing goalscoring records this season, and just one here will give them more goals at this point in a top flight campaign than anyone in 60 years. Inter have looked a serious attacking threat themselves, and I think that this could turn into a shootout between two sides who are thrilling on the front foot, and unconvincing at the back.[/b]
I was impressed by Inter's 3-1 win at Napoli last time, as that looked a potential issue for them, and if they can win this as well, they'll be full of confidence as they tilt for the title. Atalanta can keep themselves on the outskirts of the Scudetto race should they come away with a victory, but will need to be at their best to do so. La Dea also know this stadium very well, having used it for their Champions League home games this season.[/b]