Juventus capitulated at San Siro as Milan gave hope both to themselves and the rest of Serie A, writes Richard Thomas.
It hasn’t been easy for Simone Inzaghi, but he’s quietly building an impressive Lazio side, explains Gaby McKay.
Genoa-Sampdoria is old versus new, now as it was in 1946, as Chloe Beresford looks forward to a fascinating derby.
Milan-Juventus used to be a Scudetto showdown, now it’s first against second again, but Andrea Tallarita writes there’s something else at stake on Saturday.
Juventus showed the resilience of Champions League contenders in Lyon and a goalkeeping masterclass from Gigi Buffon, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Frank de Boer is already facing the possibility he can’t turn back the tide of Inter chaos, writes Jeremy Lim.
With the unfolding drama surrounding Inter captain Mauro Icardi, Richard Hall wonders why this fire wasn’t snuffed out earlier.
A series of negative firsts for Maurizio Sarri's Napoli, Mauro Icardi pays the penalty and Milan on Scudetto form in Susy Campanale's Serie A stats.
A footballer with the soul of an artist, Mina Rzouki looks at what Miralem Pjanic has learned as he returns to face Lyon.
Napoli are down but not out and Roma are ready to start a strong run of results, writes Andrea Tallarita.
While the Bianconeri are dominant on the field, they are working to match the biggest clubs off it too, writes Mina Rzouki.
Maurizio Sarri has been trying to lower expectations and Arkadiusz Milik’s injury has certainly done that, writes Susy Campanale.
As Luigi Del Neri takes Udinese to his former side Juventus, Gaby McKay warns this could be his last chance in Serie A.
Amid turbulent times and huge expectations, Richard Hall wonders if Vincenzo Montella can steer his young Milan side into a bright new future.
Once underrated, this injury lay-off shows how important Claudio Marchisio is to Juventus and Italy, writes Jeremy Lim.
Napoli and Roma go head-to-head in a match neither side can afford to lose, explains Chloe Beresford.
With Beppe Iachini sacked and another tough season on the horizon, Richard Thomas examines where it has gone wrong for Udinese in recent years.
Italy scraped a narrow 3-2 victory in Macedonia, but Mina Rzouki explains why Giampiero Ventura deserves patience.