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Sunday's Serie A predictions including Monza vs. Atalanta BC

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Serie A fixtures, including Monza vs. Atalanta BC.


Sassuolo vs. Lecce (Sunday, 11.30am)

Sassuolo's Armand Lauriente celebrates scoring their second goal with teammates on April 14, 2024© Reuters

Sassuolo remain in relegation danger heading into gameweek 33 when they welcome Lecce to the Mapei Stadium in Sunday's Serie A action.

The Neroverdi have drawn three straight games, but this has not sufficed for the second-bottom club seeking maximum points to leave the relegation zone, and they hope for a first victory in five against a team that created separation from the struggling sides after last weekend's win against Empoli.

We say: Sassuolo 1-0 Lecce


Apart from the 3-0 loss to Milan on April 6, Lecce's games since Gotti took charge have been tightly-contested encounters, with one goal scored in wins over Salernitana and Empoli, while Lupi held Roma to a goalless match.

However, Lecce have never won at the Mapei, losing three and drawing twice in five visits to Reggio Emilia; Sassuolo should extend that run to six by eking out a marginal win on Sunday.

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Torino vs. Frosinone (Sunday, 2.00pm)

Torino's Alessandro Buongiorno celebrates scoring their third goal on January 7, 2024© Reuters

Still in contention for European football next season, Torino are in need of maximum points at home to lowly Frosinone on Sunday afternoon.

While Toro trail their main rivals for a top-seven finish, the visitors are the only Serie A side yet to win away from home this season, which leaves them just inside the relegation zone.

We say: Torino 1-0 Frosinone


Torino barely give visitors a sniff of goal on home soil, while Frosinone cannot buy a win when on the road, so a low-scoring win for the Granata is surely on the cards. Although their suspended manager must watch on from the stands, Toro can eke out three more points and stay on track for a top-half finish.

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Salernitana vs. Fiorentina (Sunday, 5.00pm)

Fiorentina's Cristiano Biraghi celebrates scoring their second goal on April 18, 2024© Reuters

Cup specialists Fiorentina return to Serie A duty on Sunday evening, when victory for the Viola at Stadio Arechi could see Salernitana's relegation confirmed.

Despite enjoying deep runs in knockout competitions, the visitors seem set for a mid-table finish in the Italian top flight; meanwhile, their hosts are surely on borrowed time, sitting some 13 points adrift of safety.

We say: Salernitana 1-1 Fiorentina


No Serie A side has scored fewer away goals than Fiorentina in 2024, and only one has earned fewer points on the road. While Salernitana are so often shoddy at the back, the Viola may not be best placed to capitalise - particularly with one eye on an upcoming cup semi-final.

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Monza vs. Atalanta (Sunday, 7.45pm)

Atalanta's Gianluca Scamacca celebrates scoring against Liverpool on April 11, 2024© Reuters

After completing the job in Europe, Atalanta BC must go again in Serie A, as they continue their quest for a top-six finish in Sunday's clash with mid-table Monza.

While La Dea bravely slayed Liverpool over two legs in the Europa League quarter-finals, recent results have left them unsure of a place in continental competition next season.

We say: Monza 2-2 Atalanta BC


Every game carries significance for Atalanta right now - and they are coming around every few days - so a more rested and relaxed Monza side may be able to take advantage. As Sunday's visitors do not tend to travel well, a score draw could be the final outcome.

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TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
CInter Milan37296287206793
2AC Milan37228773462774
3Bologna381814654322268
4Juventus371814552312168
5Atalanta BCAtalanta362061067392866
6Roma371891064442063
7Lazio371861348381060
8Fiorentina371691258441457
9Torino371314103633353
10Napoli371313115548752
11Genoa381213134545049
12Monza371112143949-1045
13Hellas VeronaHellas Verona37910183649-1337
14Lecce37813163254-2237
15CagliariCagliari38812184268-2636
16FrosinoneFrosinone37811184468-2435
17Udinese37519133653-1734
18Empoli3789202753-2633
RSassuoloSassuolo3778224274-3229
RSalernitana37210252978-4916


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