Max Allegri warned Juventus “are capable of beating anyone and losing to anyone” after a 1-1 draw with Frosinone.
Inter made it five out of five with Felipe Melo, but Roma shot themselves in the foot, Frosinone made history by holding Juventus and Carpi stalled Napoli.
Juventus give Simone Zaza his first start with Paulo Dybala as they host Serie A absolute beginners Frosinone.
Juventus are reportedly close to a new contract for Alvaro Morata, rejecting a return to Real Madrid.
Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Sampdoria-Roma, Juventus-Frosinone and Inter-Verona.
It’s reported Simone Zaza and Juan Cuadrado will start for Juventus against Frosinone tonight, dropping Paulo Dybala.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira says he’ll return to training with his teammates “soon”.
Gianluigi Buffon’s agent says his client is “one of the best players in the history of Italian football”.
Mino Raiola insists Mario Balotelli’s form for Milan is “not a surprise” and discusses Sir Alex Ferguson.
Paolo Rossi believes Juventus will “have to work harder” but it’s still too early to see the Scudetto picture.
Marcello Lippi explains what went wrong for him at Inter - ‘if I’d had Vieri and Ronaldo…’.
Paul Pogba’s agent says Sir Alex Ferguson didn’t “believe” in the midfielder - “even great managers make mistakes”.
Marcello Lippi sees five sides fighting for the Scudetto - Juventus, Inter, Milan, Roma and Napoli.
Juventus have numerous absentees for Wednesday night’s Serie A encounter with Frosinone.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone told his side it’s “time to win ugly” and nothing is impossible against Juventus.
Juventus could revert to a 4-3-1-2 for the visit of Frosinone, with Simone Zaza starting in attack.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri warns against complacency when facing Carpi - “this is not an easy match”.
Massimiliano Allegri says Juventus’ ‘first aim of the season is reaching the Champions League knockout stages’ and discusses injuries.
Cesare Prandelli praises ‘first-rate’ Italian Coaches and backs Inter to compete for the Scudetto with Roma and Juventus.
Giovanni Trapattoni ‘hasn’t been surprised by Inter’ and thinks they will challenge Roma and Juventus for the title.