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Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, starting with Juventus-Lazio through Palermo-Inter and Roma-Cagliari.
Sassuolo swept Pescara aside at the Stadio Adriatico, including an Alessandro Matri brace and late parried penalty.
Massimo Oddo reveals Pescara recently stayed at the Rigopiano Hotel, crushed by an avalanche, as a minute’s silence will be held before the game with Sassuolo.
Eusebio Di Francesco concedes Sassuolo striker Gregoire Defrel “is not helped” by Roma rumours ahead of the Pescara game.
Pescara have completed the loan signing of Juventus midfielder Grigoris Kastanos.
Pescara’s Serie A match with Sassuolo has been given the all-clear for Sunday after an inspection of the Stadio Adriatico for earthquake damage.
Pescara have officially loaned Dario Zuparic to HNK Rijeka and sent striker Rey Manaj back to Inter.
Pescara’s Serie A match against Sassuolo on Sunday is at risk after the area was struck by floods and more earthquakes.
Former Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari is set to return to Serie A, as he’s agreed a deal with Pescara.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini has been given a two-game ban after being sent to the stands in the defeat to Lazio.
Former Roma and Pescara Coach Zdenek Zeman isn’t tempted by China - “I don’t need the money”.
PSG forward Edinson Cavani reveals that he was ‘considering a return’ to Serie A before opting to remain with PSG.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik is “delighted” by the win over Pescara but admits “in the first half we didn’t play as we wanted”.
Massimo Oddo admits it is difficult to prepare Pescara to face the best teams in Serie A.
Maurizio Sarri was disappointed that Napoli failed to keep a clean sheet in their 3-1 victory over Pescara.
Lorenzo Tonelli got his second goal in as many games as Napoli eventually pushed Pescara aside 3-1.
Lorenzo Insigne notes Pescara are “one of the few sides who really made Napoli struggle” and has a request for Diego Maradona.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from all today’s Serie A games, including Cagliari-Genoa, Napoli-Pescara, Lazio-Atalanta, Udinese-Roma and Fiorentina-Juventus.
Dries Mertens leads the way as Napoli host struggling Pescara, who held them to a thrilling 2-2 draw in August.
Massimo Oddo is confident Pescara can shock Napoli again after holding them to a 2-2 thriller in the opening round.