Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli isn’t keen to talk about the Scudetto - “maybe in March I can answer that question.”
Atalanta Coach Edy Reja sees Lazio “limitations” but fears “unstoppable” Felipe Anderson.
Stefan de Vrij feels “at home” at Lazio, and there was “never real interest” from Manchester United.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is reportedly still on the brink and clashes with Chievo and Lazio could decide his future.
Roma general manager Mauro Baldissoni insists they are “close to finding a solution” over stadium segregation.
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has been called up to the Argentina squad along with Lucas Biglia, Facundo Roncaglia and Gonzalo Higuain.
With Napoli wining eight of their last nine games they now share a Champions League place with four more clubs, as Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week Nine.
Stefano Pioli admits the derby with Roma “could well be a Scudetto clash” after Lazio climbed to second place.
Giampiero Ventura insisted Torino “played well” and the 3-0 result for Lazio was “exaggerated.”
Mohamed Salah scored and was sent off as Roma beat Fiorentina to become the new leaders, while Lazio crushed Torino 3-0.
Lazio and Torino go head-to-head for European places with only one point separating them.
Stick with us for all the build-up and action from a packed fixture list, including Milan-Sassuolo, Lazio-Torino, Chievo-Napoli and top of the table showdown Fiorentina v Roma.
Stefano Pioli wants Lazio’s eighth straight home win against Torino, but sniped at Ravel Morrison.
Torino have an injury crisis against Lazio on Sunday, but call up new buy Vasyl Pryima.
Lazio’s club doctor confirms Wesley Hoedt has not suffered bone damage in his ankle after the Rosenborg match.
Rosenborg Coach Kare Ingebrigtsen was left with regrets as they lost to 10-man Lazio. “We allowed too many chances.”
Stefano Mauri believes Lazio “can go far” in the Europa League with the attitude that saw them beat Rosenborg when down to 10.
Stefano Pioli celebrated Lazio’s victory over Rosenborg, but warned Mauricio “we can’t keep making these mistakes.”
Despite having Mauricio sent off after six minutes, Lazio kept their cool to beat Rosenborg 3-1.
Lazio director Igli Tare reveals Ravel Morrison would’ve started against Rosenborg but for an injury.