It’s been a busy few weeks for Italian football.
With two domestic league titles to go and a quarter-final tie at Wembley, the nation is looking for a boost, and we’ve got a few suggestions for what that could be.
Juventus win at home to Lazio The Bianconeri are unbeaten at home in Serie A, and it looks like their form has not gone down the drain.
Their home win over Lazio in Serie B last Sunday was their third in a row, and they’re only four points behind leaders Roma.
Lazio have had a busy season, with a 3-1 loss at home at Sassuolo on Sunday and a 4-0 win at Torino in their opening three matches.
Juventus’ defence has been in disarray for the past two seasons, and that is no longer the case with new signing Matteo Darmian back in the fold.
With the likes of Giorgio Chiellini, Alessandro Del Piero, Mario Balotelli and Dani Alves all set to return, the centre of defence has to be improved.
Arsenal win at Bologna The Gunners have only scored seven goals in 11 games this season, but they’re unbeaten at the Allianz Arena, with three of their victories coming in the last three games.
The first of those came in their win at Sampdoria last weekend, and a third in the win over Milan in October.
Sampdoria will need to find a way to get the game going, with their home form so far, and their lack of attacking options will be a concern.
Inter win at Napoli This season is the third time Inter have played in the Champions League, and the first time in three years.
It will be their first in the competition since 2012, and if they can get the win against Napoli, they will clinch their fifth-consecutive title.
Napoli are unbeaten in Serie C this season with three victories in their last four matches, and have only lost one of those.
They’ll need to win against Inter to be in contention for the title, and will need a clean sheet to make the final.
Liverpool win at Udinese Liverpool have scored seven league goals in the first nine games of the season, and are unbeaten on the road in Serie E. Udinese are not as good as they were at the start of the campaign, but have won four in a very short space of time, and were top of the table before the break.
Sevilla win at Deportivo La Coruna A win over Deportiva La Corua will see Sevilla top of La Liga with four points, and is the only time they’ve won three in a single season since the beginning of the new campaign.
The Spanish side are unbeaten over Depor so far this season and have won all three of the games they have played.
Bologny beat Udinese in the Capital One Cup The Capital One Cups have a reputation for being a tough competition, but Bologno have been in a similar situation recently.
They’ve won the last four times they’ve played in it, and in the final, they were runners-up with two games left to play.
This time, they face Deportivos La Coruña in the Europa League, with both sides on the verge of the quarter-finals.
Inter get a win at Borussia Mönchengladbach Borussia Dortmund are without a win in seven matches, with only a draw in the other three.
Inter have scored just five goals in nine games, and only one of them was a goal, in the 2-1 win over Wolfsburg on Sunday.
BVB will be desperate to get back on track in the league, and this will be the first game since December to be played on their turf.
Roma get a draw Roma have won just one of their last 10 league games, with just one win in the rest of the league.
Their goal difference this season is only +12, and just four points clear of second-placed Juventus.
Sevo beat Lazio 2-0 Villasar filling in at the top of Serie A with three points from two games means Sevo have two wins in three games, one of which was a 3:1 win at Inter.
Inter beat Udine 2-2 It’s not easy to beat Udini in Serie D, and Inter have been beaten just once in the past six games.
Napoli beat Lazarote 2-3 Napoléon will be without their captain, Alessio Romagnoli, for the final two