Serie A 2012, Week 3 Fixtures: What To Watch For As Serie A Resumes

NAPLES, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 02: Romulo of Fiorentina and Lorenzo Insigne (R) of Napoli compete for the ball during the Serie A match between SSC Napoli and ACF Fiorentina at Stadio San Paolo on September 2, 2012 in Naples, Italy. (Photo by Giuseppe Bellini/Getty Images)

Round 3 in Italy kicks off with Palermo seeking their first point against Cagliari. The Serie A week finishes with Inter trying to find some consistency at Torino.

I must confess something to y'all: there's not really that much that's exciting about these individual fixtures. And with just two weeks down, there's not even much that can be said authoritatively about the possibilities for an upset. But that's why this week, SBN Italia will be bringing you match-by-match previews to help you prepare for Round 3.

If you're just looking for a good match, some things to consider: watching Palermo to see if they can find new and exciting ways to lose. Checking in on Milan to see how Giampaolo Pazzini is doing. Catching Catania against Fiorentina and the ways of Vincenzo Montella. Placing a bet that this will be the week Udinese manage to find their first point. Watching the grass grow at the Stadio San Paolo. And tuning into Torino - Inter because that's all you got.

Saturday, September 15

18:00 CET / 12:00 ET

Palermo v Cagliari

20:45 CET / 14:45 ET

AC Milan v Atalanta

Sunday, September 16

12:30 CET / 6:30 ET

Chievo Verona v Lazio

15:00 CET / 9:00 ET

AS Roma v Bologna
Fiorentina v Catania
Genoa v Juventus
Napoli v Parma
Pescara v Sampdoria
Siena v Udinese

20:45 CET / 14:45 ET

Torino v Inter Milan

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