Not exactly a feast for neutrals, the goalless draw between Juventus and Inter would be considered by some the ideal tactical stalemate, writes Emmet Gates.
Limited coaching options capable of elevating the current Milan side means Gennaro Gattuso is the best fit moving forward, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Juventus have rarely embraced Brazilian players, but Douglas Costa could be an exception, writes Emmet Gates.
Mauro Icardi has had his fair share of controversy and made some bad decisions, but Richard Hall sees beyond that to a potential Inter legend.
Maurizio Sarri’s football depends on consistency, writes Jack Stevens, and that cost him the Champions League, but could it damage Scudetto prospects too?
Roma did a remarkable job topping their Champions League group, but Andrea Tallarita believes their achievement should not be overstated.
If Juventus want to be considered among Europe's elite, they should be more pro-active in their Champions League games, argues Jamie Thorn.
Andre Silva can’t get a start despite Nikola Kalinic’s struggles, proving the Portugal star has been misused at Milan, writes Matthew Santangelo.
There were plenty of surprises as Napoli and Juve met on Friday but, explains Adam Digby, the more the Old Lady changes, the more she stays the same.
The mood in Naples ahead of Friday's Juventus visit is one of excitement, tension, anticipation and above all hope, writes Emmet Gates.