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Serie A – Games to watch in Round 32

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Check out our preview of the 32nd Serie A round, as we list the three most interesting games to watch this weekend.

Serie A continues this weekend, as we have Gameweek 32 on the schedule from Saturday to Monday.

Juventus have kept their seven-point advantage on the top of the table, despite losing 4-2 at AC Milan in midweek, in a round that saw all three leading teams dropping points on the road.

Now, we have 10 more games ahead of us, and these are the three most interesting from this weekend’s Serie A action:

Juventus vs Atalanta

Juventus will be looking to return to winning ways and take another step towards their ninth consecutive Scudetto when they welcome Atalanta on Saturday evening.

The Bianconeri won’t have an easy job though, as Atalanta is currently playing in the best form in Europe, having won their last 12 games in all competitions.

Their impressive run helped them to reach the third place on the Serie A table, as they overtook Inter Milan, following the Nerazzurri’s 2-2 draw at Verona yesterday night.

Napoli vs AC Milan

The game to watch from Sunday’s program of top-flight Italian football is the clash between Napoli and AC Milan at the San Paolo Stadium.

Both teams are getting into the 32nd round of the back of two consecutive Serie A wins. Napoli managed to beat Roma and Genoa, while the Rossoneri defeated the best two teams in the league – Lazio and Juventus.

This is going to be Gennaro Gattuso’s first match against the club where he spent many years as player and manager, gaining a legendary status amongst the fans.

Inter vs Torino

Inter’s hopes for the Serie A title suffered a massive blow in the past five days, as they collected just one point from their last two outings in top-flight.

They welcome Torino, who ended their three-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over Brescia last time out, in the final game of the round of Monday evening.

Antonio Conte’s boys are now 10 points behind Juventus and only a miracle could see the Scudetto moving to the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium at the end of the season.