Serie A Tips: Atalanta and Torino to win, Napoli to face a tough test

Serie A continues with an exciting round of action, and Chloe is back with another three selections for the upcoming matches in Italy's top flight...

Toro too tough

Spezia v Torino
Saturday November 6, 14:00

Torino may only sit 12th in the table, but it is clear Ivan Juric is slowly turning them into a formidable unit. It should be noted that they have faced a tough fixture list, already taking on Atalanta, Fiorentina, Lazio, Napoli, Milan and Juventus, so look for them to climb up the standings as their next few matches see them face Udinese, Empoli and Cagliari.

Despite those tough tests, only Milan (3) and Napoli (10) have conceded fewer goals than Toro, who start their easier run of games against a Spezia side boasting Serie A's third-worst attack.

Only Salernitana and Venezia have netted fewer goals, so the tip here is to simply back Torino to win at odds of 2.25.

Atalanta too strong

Cagliari v Atalanta
Saturday November 6, 19:45
Live on BT Sport 3

Having held Manchester United to a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford in midweek, Atalanta return to domestic matters with a trip to Sardinia to take on last-placed Cagliari. It has been a woeful start to the season for the Rossoblu, who have conceded at least two goals in nine of their last 11 Serie A matches.

That is hardly ideal when preparing for a clash with Gian Piero Gasperini's free-scoring side, and it is no surprise to learn that Atalanta have won six of their last seven away matches, or that they have kept a clean sheet in each of their last four away games against Saturday's opponents.

With all that in mind, the tip here is to back Atalanta to win to nil, a market that is currently available at odds of 2.88.

Two tough defences clash

Napoli v Hellas Verona
Sunday November 7, 17:00
Live on BT Sport 2

Napoli remain undefeated, winning 10 of their 11 games so far and looking impressive as they have done so. Luciano Spalletti's men have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last eight Serie A outings, boasting the second best defence in the division after conceding just 10 goals thus far.

Meanwhile, Igor Tudor has transformed Hellas since replacing Eusebio Di Francesco, as recent wins over Juventus and Lazio prove. He has done so by improving their tactical awareness and organisation, making their defence also incredibly tough to break down.

So, armed with that knowledge, the tip here is to back Both teams to score: No, a market available at 2.0.

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