The action starts at 11.30am GMT with Siena-Cagliari, then Milan-Palermo, Napoli-Atalanta and Fiorentina-Genoa prepare us for three late kick-offs.
It begins with a lunch-time relegation dogfight in Siena, then Milan host Giuseppe Sannino’s return to the Rosanero bench.
Napoli face another bete noir in Atalanta and Fiorentina aim to continue their Euro push against Genoa.
There are three 19.45 GMT kick-offs, as Roma-Parma, Torino-Lazio and Sampdoria-Inter will be played under the stars.
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