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Despite a similar record at this stage last term, increased expectations mean Roma’s recent lack of clinical finishing is a worry, writes Aman Sehdev.
Calls for Franco Vazquez to represent Italy heightened after another metronomic display on Sunday, leaving Livio Caferoglu with an easy decision to make in Week 16.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli must overcome familiar failures if Lazio are to maintain their Champions League charge in 2015, says Alasdair Mackenzie.
As the Serie A season goes into its annual winter break, Varun Mathure talks about the work that needs to be done at Inter in 2015.
A glut of goals ranging from the routine to the spectacular ensured that the curtain was drawn on 2014 in memorable fashion, says Alasdair Mackenzie.
Juventus set another Serie A record, Roma and Milan forget how to score, while Inter-Lazio share after six years in Susy Campanale's stats.
Napoli when they take on Juventus in this Monday’s Italian Supercup and Dave Taylor feels they must think carefully about tactics if they are to win.
The Croatian youngster has been tried in various positions by different Coaches and Varun Mathure wonders what the 20-year-old’s best role really is.
A Scudetto challenge is the main ambition, but Aman Sehdev argues the Europa League represents a valuable opportunity for Roma in so many ways.
With Fernando Torres’ story at Milan perhaps already drawing to a close, Sam Lewis looks at what has gone wrong for the striker.
Juventus have been paired with Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League Round of 16 and Luca Cetta offers his reaction to the draw.
The Spaniard’s exploits to preserve Milan’s victory over Napoli see him crowned Week 15’s best player in Serie A. Livio Caferoglu explains his choice.
Roberto Mancini's first Serie A win as Inter manager helps keep the Nerazzurri in contention for third place, Varun Mathure writes.
Sampdoria spoil a perfect Juventus 2014 and end a Serie A record, Zdenek Zeman draws after 10 years and Milan break their Napoli taboo in Susy Campanale's stats.
Milan are believing in the magic of Jeremy Menez as he kept the Rossoneri’s hopes of third place alive, writes Sam Lewis.
A third draw in a week for Juventus shows that they do have weaknesses after all, says Alasdair Mackenzie.
Roberto Mancini has been in charge for only a few games, but Varun Mathure still sees a two-faced team.
Lazio’s escalating injury crisis is an opportunity for Cristian Ledesma and others to prove their worth to Stefano Pioli, says Alasdair Mackenzie. 

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