LAZIO NEWS

Juventus could be crowned Champions of Italy today if they win the Turin Derby and Lazio lose to Chievo.
Walter Sabatini admitted Roma must “get accustomed to this new reality” of fighting for third place.
Hernanes and Mauro Icardi poured more misery on Roma’s season with a 2-1 Inter victory at San Siro.
Salernitana have been promoted into Serie B for the first time since 2009-10.
Lazio named their squad to face Chievo tomorrow, missing the likes of Lucas Biglia, Stefan de Vrij and Danilo Cataldi.
Stefano Pioli asks Lazio not to waste the opportunity against Chievo to break away in second place.
Marco Materazzi thanked Zinedine Zidane for the World Cup, slammed “dishonest” Rafa Benitez and told Mario Balotelli he’s “throwing it away.”
Lazio will be without Lucas Biglia for at least three weeks, while Stefan de Vrij is on the road to recovery.
Lazio will be without Danilo Cataldi for one match, as the Lega Serie A confirms his suspension.
Stefan De Vrij’s recovery is progressing well, but Lazio have doubts over the fitness of Lucas Biglia.
Rudi Garcia was furious after Roma drew with Atalanta. “I can’t explain their attitude. It was our worst first half of the season.”
Edy Reja has more than one reason to push Atalanta on against Roma today. “My Lazio friends asked me to win!”
Carlos Tevez denied he’ll leave Juventus early for Boca Juniors, but did say “when I do decide, the fans will be the first to know.”
Stefano Pioli felt Lazio didn’t make any more mistakes than usual, “but those weren’t against Juventus!”
Max Allegri said Juventus showed “maturity” to beat Lazio and are close to a Scudetto party, but he’s unsure of Monaco tactics.
Leonardo Bonucci explained his extraordinary goal as Juventus swept Lazio aside 2-0. “I saw the gap.”
Arturo Vidal said Juventus were “perfect” to beat Lazio 2-0 and fired up for the Champions League in Monaco.
Carlos Tevez and Leonardo Bonucci confirmed Juventus dominance, ending second-placed Lazio’s run of eight straight wins.
Lazio director Igli Tare said it’s a source of “pride” that tonight’s clash with Juventus is considered a Scudetto battle.
Felipe Anderson acknowledges Juventus are “the best in Italy, but Lazio have changed” after eight straight wins.