There's more to this weekend than Premier League games as Serie A looks set to steal the show

Four of the top five teams meet on Saturday and Sunday

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Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain celebrates after scoring against Juventus last September. (AP Photo/Salvatore Laporta)

The magic of the Premier League fixtures computer sees the top-four teams in the division square off this weekend. Top-of-the-table Leicester City travel to third-place Arsenal, whilst second-place Tottenham go north to face Manchester City.

Sunday's Premier League fixtures may properly look like a "Super Sunday" but it pales into comparison with the weekend that is about to take place in Serie A. League leaders Napoli are away to Juventus in a game that could have major repercussions on the title race on Saturday night.

Fourth-place Fiorentina welcome Inter Milan who lie in fifth to Florence on Sunday. Both of those teams started the weekend in the top-four before Roma leapfrogged them into third place with a win on Friday night against Carpi.

Striker Gonzalo Higuain is becoming the most popular Argentine in Naples since Diego Maradona. The former Real Madrid striker has scored 24-goals in Serie A this season as Napoli look to win their first title since Maradona guided the side to a title win in 1990.

Ahead of Saturday night's game, they lead Juventus by two points. Juventus had a poor start to the season and have been playing catch-up ever since. Five points won from the first six games were a shocking start for Massimiliano Allegri's side in the league as they looked to be out of contention to win the league before the end of September.

14 league wins in a row, with only six goals conceded have seen Allegri's side shoot up the table. They have remained in second place since the middle of January but will finally get the chance to reach the summit with a win in the Juventus Stadium on Saturday night.

Gonzalo Higuain may be the stand out performer in Naples, but another Argentine is lighting up the Turin skies. Paulo Dybala only joined Juventus in the summer and after a slow start, has scored seven goals in his past ten games. Last month, Off the Ball looked at how good Dybala can become in a Juventus jersey and his performances have only improved since then.

Sunday night sees Roberto Mancini's Inter Milan travel to Florence to face Inter Milan. Roberto Mancini is in the second season of his second spell in charge of the Italian giants. His side have improved remarkably on last season's showings where they finished eighth in Serie A.

Mauro Icadi has led the line for Inter, scoring ten league goals so far this season. The 22-year-old is well off the pace from last season where he scored 22 goals in the league but his form may be enough to guarantee Inter a return to the Champions League.

Fiorentina's glory days of the 1990's are long gone. The club have not played in Europe's top-tier since 2008 but may return next season if their form continues. Josep Ililcic and Nikola Kalinic have both scored ten league goals this season which has seen Paulo Sousa's side return to Italy's top table.

When watching the Premier League on Saturday, remember there will more top-quality football taking place around Europe, including the most anticipated game on the continent on this weekend.