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Atalanta had the best chances, though Riccardo Saponara also hit the woodwork, as Empoli earned a stalemate.
Roma have the chance to close on Inter in fourth place, but face Vincenzo Montella’s Sampdoria.
Palermo Coach Giovanni Tedesco praised his team's 2-2 draw against Sassuolo: 'After Napoli, they're the best in Serie A'.
Gigi Del Neri noted Verona’s 3-3 draw with Inter “proves we believe in safety,” although they remain rock bottom.
Rolando Maran is proud of Chievo's 2-1 win against Torino: 'We earned it in spite of our many absentees'.
Eusebio Di Francesco believes Sassuolo “deserved more” than a 2-2 result with Palermo.
Alex complained Milan “lack concentration” against smaller sides after a 1-1 draw with Udinese.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is angry that reporters prioritise Napoli's Maurizio Sarri: 'You're disrespecting me!'
Stefano Colantuono is grateful for Udinese's 'measure of luck' against Milan but looks forward to the remainder of the season.
Coach Maurizio Sarri is happy with Napoli's 1-0 win against Carpi and looks forward to Juventus: 'We'll show them pride'.
Marek Hamsik admits Napoli 'made too many mistakes' against Carpi but warns Juventus: 'We're coming for a win!'
Sinisa Mihajlovic complimented Milan's performance against Udinese but warned: 'Mario Balotelli is not ready'.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri warns the clash with Napoli “certainly won’t decide the Scudetto, but we’ll be ready for it.”
Gonzalo Higuain insists next week’s showdown with Juventus “is not the most important game of the year” for Napoli.
Napoli and Juventus made hard work of beating minnows Carpi and Frosinone, while Milan were pegged back by Udinese, Palermo stalled Sassuolo and Chievo shocked Torino.
Roberto Mancini was “let down” by his Inter side after a 3-3 draw with Verona. “We threw two points away and it could’ve been worse.”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta shrugged off Chelsea interest. “The conditions are there to continue with Max Allegri.”
Mauro Icardi feels Inter “caused our own problems” after a 3-3 draw with bottom of the table Verona.
Rock bottom Verona held Inter to a shock 3-3 draw, having been 3-1 up until a chaotic finale.
Napoli can make history and stay top with an eighth Serie A win on the bounce, but host on-form Carpi.
Milan go for a third consecutive victory against Udinese, but have to replace injured Jack Bonaventura.
Juventus aim for a 14th consecutive Serie A victory, but have injury problems as they visit a Frosinone side back in business.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti countered Roberto Mancini’s claims. “Napoli, Empoli and Fiorentina play great football.”
Milan’s parent company Fininvest denied talks with Bee Taechaubol had broken down in favour of Chinese investors.
Join us for the action from all EIGHT Serie A games today, including Verona-Inter, Napoli-Carpi, Frosinone-Juventus and Sampdoria-Roma.
Claudio Ranieri explains his Leicester City miracle. “In an era when money counts for everything, I think we give hope to everybody.”
Inter look to Mauro Icardi, Eder and Rodrigo Palacio for the trip to Hellas Verona, who want to keep their positive streak going.
Chelsea continue to be linked to Max Allegri, so Juventus alternatives include Paulo Sousa, Eusebio Di Francesco and Jurgen Klopp.
Milan have reportedly abandoned talks with Bee Taechaubol, as a Chinese conglomerate steps forward.
Rolando Maran can count on Antonio Floro Flores as Chievo visit Torino. “We have to overcome this difficult moment.”
Marco Giampaolo wants to see Empoli make history against Atalanta at the Stadio Azzurri d’Italia.
Fabrizio Castori assures Carpi “are not automatically beaten against a stellar Napoli” this afternoon.
Frosinone host Juventus today and Coach Roberto Stellone feels they are “superior” to current Serie A leaders Napoli.
Gigi Del Neri warns Inter “have to respect us now” as bottom club Verona host the Nerazzurri on improving form.
Inter visit Verona, Juventus go to Frosinone, Napoli host Carpi and Roma face taboo team Sampdoria.