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Live stream Italian football and bet in-play on Napoli, Inter and Milan

February 1, 2019January 6th, 2022

Serie A betting is back for another week and here at Unibet we’re live streaming the biggest games online!

Watch live football and bet in play on Napoli, Inter and Milan this week as the battle for the Champions League places hots up.

Juve are already running away with the league but there is a fascinating top-four race developing in Italy.

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Here are the three big matches to keep an eye on this weekend…

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Fiorentina v Napoli – Saturday, February 9 at 17:00 GMT

Napoli have all-but secured second place in Serie A and, with Juve slipping up recently, there are faint hopes of a Scudetto tilt in the final stages of the season. To achieve this Napoli must effectively win all their domestic games between now and the end of term.

 

 

Napoli head to Fiorentina on Saturday knowing this should be an easier fixture than previous years. Fiorentina have endured a miserable season, where an abundance of draws have punctured any hope of a Europa League qualifying shot. They have lost just once since early December yet frustrating draws have held them back.

Fiorentina are unbeaten in six games and a good bet at 3.60 to get another draw here. But with Napoli gunning for the title, both teams to score at 1.68 may be a smarter punt.

Parma v Inter – Saturday, February 9 at 19:30 GMT

Inter sit third in Serie A and have Milan breathing down their neck. They are winless in their last three league games and have failed to find the net. The soap opera at Inter needed only a few days to start up again and there is panic at the San Siro.

 

 

Ivan Perisic is back in the side after requesting to leave in the transfer window. But that is a long road to recovery for the winger. Mauro Icardi’s contract talks drag on further and he has scored just twice since December 15.

Inter are weakened and this is a great time for Parma to strike. They have won just twice since Christmas but somehow managed a 3-3 draw at Juve last weekend. That result will inspire confidence in Roberto D'Aversa’s side and they are 3.75 to get another draw on Saturday.

Milan v Cagliari – Sunday, February 10 at 20:30 GMT

The last Serie A match of the weekend come from the San Siro as Milan target a win to stave off fifth-place Atalanta. Milan are unbeaten in four games (WDWD) and earned credible draws against Napoli and Roma. Securing Champions League football is the remit for manager Gennaro Gattuso this season and three points on Sunday are crucial.

Now, Cagliari earned a well-deserved draw when they welcomed Milan to the Sardegna Arena in September. Joao Pedro Galvao begged the opener for Cagliari in the 1-1 encounter but has scored just four goals since.

Galvao is 6.00 to score again. But new Milan signing Krzysztof Piatek is the real man to watch. He boasts three goals in three appearances since joining Milan from Genoa and is 18.00 to net a hat-trick here.