Pescara bring Roma face-to-face with their favourite former Coach, as Andrea Tallarita analyses the utterly unique Zdenek Zeman.
In imperious form, both domestically and in Europe, Adam Digby says the sky’s the limit for Max Allegri’s Juventus.
Leaving Fiorentina too early could harm Federico Bernardeschi’s career prospects, argues Chloe Beresford.
Juventus proved against Barcelona that they are the real deal in the Champions League, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
The Champions League with Juventus is the only moment still missing from Gigi Buffon’s career, writes Richard Thomas.
Shaking off the ‘new Leo Messi’ tag, Paulo Dybala should simply be enjoyed as his own player, writes Richard Hall.
The defender has developed into an integral member of Juventus’ backline and has quite rightly earned the plaudits this season, writes Nick Valerio.
Prolific Derby della Madonnina, Napoli's four tenors, Luciano Spalletti hits 400 and Giovanni Martusciello's flair for Florence as Susy Campanale rounds up the stats.
As Vincenzo Montella starts talks with new owners, Adam Summerton argues L’Aeroplanino has already proved himself ready to take Milan to the next level.
There may have been controversy over the kick-off time, but Gaby McKay says the Derby della Madonnina was a tremendous advert for Serie A.
The Derby della Madonnina could well be decided by Mauro Icardi and Carlos Bacca, who are growing more different, writes Susy Campanale.
As both fallen giants continue their gradual rebuild, Nick Valerio asks which side is better placed going forward.     
Why Roma's self-built stadium is such a big deal, in the words of Andrea Tallarita, and why it's creating so many headaches.
Paulo Dybala stole the headlines but, explains Adam Digby, Juventus’ comprehensive win over Barcelona belonged to the entire club.
It was a resounding 3-0 victory for Juventus over Barcelona, but no prizes for guessing Tom Scholes’ Man of the Match.
Barcelona’s weaknesses outweigh their strengths at the moment but, as Football Espana’s Livio Caferoglu writes, that doesn’t make them any less capable against Juventus.
What stands Juventus out in Italy is precisely what they’ve been missing in Europe, argues Adam Summerton.
Napoli do the Capital double after 41 years, Gonzalo Higuain matches John Charles, Andrea Belotti following in Andriy Shevchenko's footsteps and North Korean history in Susy Campanale's stats.