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Saturday, 20 October, 2018

Tough Atalanta can stay close to Napoli

Napoli forwards Dries Mertens (left) and Lorenzo Insigne
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Torino v Sassuolo BT Sport 3, 5pm
Torino had a strong home record last season - losing just two league games at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino - and look a solid bet to see off Sassuolo.

A difficult season could be in store for Sassuolo, who are adjusting to life without manager Eusebio Di Francesco, the man who led them to promotion in 2013.

Dan Childs's recommendation
Torino
1pt 3-4 Betfair, Betway

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Key stat
Torino have lost two of their last 19 home league fixtures.


Milan v Cagliari BT Sport 1, 7.45pm
A quiet summer in the transfer market seems to have suited Milan, who won 3-0 at Crotone in their Serie A opener.

The Rossoneri qualified for the Europa League group stage with the minimum of fuss and they should be too strong for Cagliari, who tend to struggle away from home – they have lost on each of their last four road trips.

Dan Childs's recommendation
Milan to win 2-0
1pt 6-1 Hills

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Key stat
Cagliari lost 14 of their 19 Serie A away matches last season.


Napoli v Atalanta BT Sport 3, 7.45pm
Napoli kicked off their season with a 3-1 win at newly-promoted Verona but they may find Atalanta tougher to budge.

Atalanta finished just one place behind the Little Donkeys last term and stunned them by recording a remarkable league double.

The visitors have lost some key players but are defensively sound and should keep the score respectable.

Aaron Ashley's recommendation
Atalanta +2 goals on handicap
1pt 3-4 Betway

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Key stat
Atalanta have lost just two of their last 19 league matches.

Atalanta finished just one place behind the Little Donkeys last term and stunned them by recording a remarkable league double
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