Torino vs Lazio
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Tuesday, 30-06-2020 @8:30pm
Ref: Davide Massa
Lazio are still in the Scudetto race thanks to their contentious win at Fiorentina, but remain short-staffed in this trip to troubled Torino.
The Aquile have looked off the pace since returning from the lockdown, falling 3-2 to Atalanta and scraping past the Viola with a dubious penalty at the weekend.
Joaquin Correa is expected to step in for Felipe Caicedo as a partner to Ciro Immobile, but Simone Inzaghi still has relatively few options to choose from.
Torino aren’t save from the threat of relegation yet and their 4-2 defeat to Cagliari plunged them further into danger. Simone Zaza is out injured with Daniele Baselli, but Simone Verdi could get a rare start in attack.
Torino have won just two of their last 12 Serie A meetings with Torino, along with four draws and six defeats, but didn’t keep a single clean sheet during that period.
Genoa vs Juventus
Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris, Genoa
Tuesday, 30-06-2020 @10:45pm
Ref: Gianpaolo Cavarese
Juventus are starting to find their groove after the lockdown, but Genoa are at real risk of relegation with several ex-Juve players in the squad.
Maurizio Sarri will be eager to keep his men focused after the distraction of the transfer market, as Miralem Pjanic may well start just hours after completing his transfer to Barcelona, with Arthur Melo going the other way.
Alex Sandro, Giorgio Chiellini, Mattia De Sciglio, Merih Demiral and Sami Khedira are still out of action, but Paulo Dybala is relishing his centre-forward role with Cristiano Ronaldo and Federico Bernardeschi.
Genoa were crushed 4-1 at home by Parma and then fought back from 2-0 down to hold Brescia 2-2 in a relegation dogfight, thanks also to a very controversial penalty.
The mood is not great in the Grifone camp and they remain one of the strongest candidates for relegation.
Domenico Criscito and Ivan Radovanovic are injured, but there are several ex-Juve players in the side, including Mattia Perin, Stefano Sturaro and Cristian Romero.
Marassi is a troublesome venue for Juventus, who lost three of their last six Serie A visits to Genoa.
Upcoming Serie A fixtures
-Inter Milan vs Brescia @8:30pm
-Bologna vs Cagliari @8:30pm
-SPAL vs AC Milan @10:45pm
-Hellas Verona vs Parma @10:45pm
-Lecce vs Sampdoria @10:45pm
-Fiorentina vs Sassuolo @10:45pm
-Atalanta vs Napoli @8:30pm
-AS Roma vs Cagliari @10:45pm