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On Sunday there is a feast of Italian football, all live on William Hill TV. We start with a struggling Livorno travelling to AC Milan, who will be looking to end a poor week on a high.
Leonardo's Milan have had a miserable week, they were comprehensively beaten by Inter 2-0 in the Milan derby last weekend and were knocked out of the Coppa Italia by Udinese 1-0 midweek.
The double blow has seriously hampered Milan's chance of silverware this season. Milan will be without the injured trio, Pato, Oddo and Nesta this weekend.
The Tuscan side Livorno, have had a puzzling week in which the manager Cosmi stepped down after last week's 2-0 loss to Napoli, only to then have his resignation denied midweek.
He is back in charge for the trip to the San Siro.
Will Milan finish January on a high or will the mounting pressure on Leonardo grow?
For a flutter, I would back Both Teams To Score At 13/10. Milan will want a result and will attack a Livorno side that would be pleased to hold out for a draw.
With the inspirational Nesta unavailable, Livorno could take advantage on the counter attack.
AC's fierce Milan rivals Inter Milan will be looking to capitalise on their nine point Serie A lead with a win at Parma. Their week has been a stark contrast to that of Leonardos, winning is becoming the norm for the Nerazzurri.
They defeated Juventus 2-1 in the Coppa midweek, with Balotelli's last minute winner sealing Inter's progress.
Inter will be without Sneijder who was red carded last weekend for sarcastically clapping the referee.
Eto'o may return after playing for Cameroon in the African Nations.
Parma have a good record at home, they have only lost two home games in the Serie A this season.
The Gialloblu will be delighted at the return of first team regulars Galloppa, Zaccardo and Lanzafame from suspension.
Guidolin's Parma side have not won yet in 2010 and the pressure is mounting.
I think Inter have gained some momentum and will dispose of Parma and the 19/20 Price for an Away Win is generous, probably due to Inter's midweek exploits and potential fatigue.
Please note Parma v Inter Milan has been postponed.