2BET2 brings you Serie A action this weekend

Updated: March 16, 2012

Champions AC Milan will look to continue their march to a second straight scudetto crown when they travel to inconsistent Parma on Saturday.

Milan are four points clear at the top and with what is widely regarded as the best squad and best individuals in Serie A, they are expected to face few difficulties in retaining their title.

Juve largely made the early running in the title chase and until this month they were at the head of the table. But four straight draws and six stalemates from their last seven, not to mention 10 from their last 16, have seen their lead slip away and turn into a deficit.

Juve travel to Fiorentina on Saturday and will have to be wary of former forward Amauri, who will have a point to prove after being frozen out at the Turin giants last season and the first half of this campaign before he made a January move to Florence.

Behind the top two, defeats for Lazio and Udinese last week realistically ended their slim title hopes and mean they are now in Napoli’s clutches in the fight for third place and the final Champions League berth. Napoli are the form team in the league with five straight wins and they travel to Udinese on Sunday.

A couple more teams have a slight chance of getting involved in that race but both Inter Milan and Roma would need to string some results together to do so. The nerazzurri host Atalanta, Lazio are away to Catania and Roma entertain Genoa on Monday night.