NEWS

There was a row between Roma teammates Bruno Peres and Gerson at the final whistle of tonight’s 3-0 win over Verona.
Eusebio Di Francesco is starting to see more of the Roma he wants after a 3-0 victory over Verona and cleared the air with Edin Dzeko.
Edin Dzeko admits he and Roma “could’ve scored more goals” after a 3-0 victory over dismal Hellas Verona.
Alessandro Florenzi marked his comeback with a wonderful assist, Edin Dzeko bagged a brace and Patrik Schick made his debut as Roma crushed Verona.
Roberto Donadoni regrets Bologna’s 2-1 defeat to Fiorentina, because they did not make the most of their chances.
Federico Chiesa concedes the goal he scored for Fiorentina is “very similar to ones my father used to score. That makes me happy.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s three Serie A games, Crotone-Inter, Fiorentina-Bologna and Roma-Hellas Verona.
Roma director of sport Monchi admits “when talking about a big club like Roma, there is pressure” ahead of tonight’s game with Verona.
Fiorentina Coach Stefano Pioli is impressed by Federico Chiesa after the win over Bologna, but “he knows he’s just at the start of his journey.”
Federico Chiesa’s spectacular curler and a German Pezzella header gave Fiorentina victory, but Rodrigo Palacio kept Bologna in it to the end.
Alessandro Florenzi makes his first Roma start in almost a year, as Stephan El Shaarawy, Cengiz Under and Lorenzo Pellegrini host troubled Verona.
Milan are without Luca Antonelli and Andrea Conti for Sunday’s encounter with Udinese.
Ivan Juric admits he’s worried about his status at Geno and is considering new tactical alternatives against Lazio.
Sassuolo Coach Cristian Bucchi warned they’ll be facing “one of the best teams in the world” tomorrow – Juventus.
Davide Nicola feels Crotone “deserved to win” in their 2-0 defeat to Inter, “but in football scoring goals is a necessary quality.”
Luciano Spalletti praised Inter’s character after a 2-0 win at Crotone. “Winning in these circumstances shows we can adapt.”
Perugia thrashed Parma to stay top with Frosinone and Carpi, while Pescara threw away another 2-0 lead and Novara left it late.
Milan Skriniar was “very happy with my first goal in Italian football, even if the most important thing is” that Inter beat Crotone.
Fiorentina hope to start a positive run of results with Federico Chiesa and Giovanni Simeone, as they host Rodrigo Palacio’s Bologna.
Inter struggled to threaten Crotone and relied on Samir Handanovic, but won 2-0 with scrappy late goals from Milan Skriniar and Ivan Perisic.
Simone Inzaghi admits “there is pressure on” Lazio after their impressive start to the campaign in Serie A and Europe as they visit Genoa.
Gian Piero Gasperini said the “atmosphere around Atalanta is idyllic” after their 3-0 victory over Everton, but must focus on Chievo.
Inter director Piero Ausilio assures Mauro Icardi “will stay for many years, even without a release clause” in his contract.
Milan full-back Andrea Conti underwent ACL surgery today and sent a message from his hospital bed. “I’ll be back even stronger.”
Max Allegri insists “nothing is compromised” after the Champions League loss to Barcelona, but Juventus must beat Sassuolo.
Giorgio Chiellini and Mario Mandzukic are back in the Juventus squad to face Sassuolo on Sunday.
Inter aim for a fourth consecutive victory and revenge on Crotone in the early Saturday kick-off, as Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic lead the way.
Udinese Coach Gigi Del Neri warned they need to be “perfect to get points against Milan” at San Siro tomorrow.
Vincenzo Montella discussed the “evolution” of his Milan tactics and the importance of determination ahead of their meeting with Udinese.
Luciano Spalletti warns having no European commitments “can be an advantage or an extra difficulty” for Inter as they visit Crotone.
Former Inter and Roma star Douglas Maicon is considering legal action after suggestions the Nerazzurri trained late because he “was often drunk.”
Ruud Gullit confirms he is watching Atalanta men Marten de Roon and Hans Hateboer for a senior Netherlands call-up.
Torino midfielder Daniele Baselli admits he dreams of “playing at Stamford Bridge” against Davide Zappacosta’s Chelsea.
Atalanta President Antonio Percassi confessed their 3-0 victory over Everton “will be remembered for a very long time.”
Coach Roberto Donadoni expects “a real test for both Bologna and Fiorentina, but we mustn’t be afraid.”