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Juventus maintained their eight-point lead at the top of Serie A after they beat AC Milan 2-1 thanks to a 97th minute penalty from Paulo Dybala.
Roma beat struggling Palermo 3-0 to stay two points ahead of Napoli in third; they beat Crotone 3-0 also.
There were defeats for the bottom six sides in the league so it’s as you were in the relegation zone. It’s looking increasingly likely that will be losing Palermo, Crotone and Pescara for next season.
The next set of Serie A fixtures take place on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 March 2017.
In the first match on Saturday, Inter travel to Torino off the back of their 7-1 thrashing of Atalanta in Matchday 28.
Stefano Piolo are making a late burst towards the Champions League spots, they’re six points behind Napoli with ten games left to play.
They face a Torino team who may slip into the bottom half after this weekend, they lost 3-1 to Lazio last week and Europe is pretty much out of the question now.
Inter ran out 2-1 winners earlier in the season and Torino haven’t beaten Inter at home since the 1993/94 season.
Serie A Matchday 29 Fixtures | TV Coverage
Saturday 18th March 2017
Torino v Inter Milan - 17:00
AC Milan v Genoa - 19:45 - BT Sport 3
Sunday 19th March 2017
Empoli v Napoli - 11:30 - BT Sport 3
Atalanta v Pescara - 14:00
Bologna v Chievo - 14:00
Cagliari v Lazio - 14:00
Crotone v Fiorentina - 14:00
Sampdoria v Juventus - 14:00 - BT Sport 3
Udinese v Palermo - 17:00
Roma v Sassuolo - 19:45 - BT Sport 2