Antonio Rudiger knows facing Sassuolo will be “a very different game to Barcelona” for Roma today.
Roma and Sassuolo are surprisingly tied in second place going into the Stadio Olimpico, as Francesco Totti and Miralem Pjanic start.
All the build-up and action as it happens from five Serie A games, including Genoa-Juventus, Roma-Sassuolo and Torino-Sampdoria.
Giant-killers Chievo aim to end Inter’s perfect record, there’s Roma-Sassuolo, Genoa-Juventus, Carpi-Fiorentina and tonight’s Napoli v Lazio.
Eusebio Di Francesco puts his past aside and assures Sassuolo will play on a par with Roma at the Olimpico.
Zdenek Zeman doesn’t believe Roma can win the Scudetto yet. “Their problem has always been consistency.”
Miralem Pjanic is back in the Roma squad ahead of schedule, but Wojciech Szczesny is out of their game with Sassuolo.
Rudi Garcia hailed Roma’s versatility, as after a defensive approach to Barcelona they’ll go on the attack with Sassuolo.
Roberto Baggio confessed he was in such agony due to knee injuries that he asked his own mother to kill him.
Radja Nainggolan sets Roma a minimum target of qualification from their Champions League group - ‘then we’ll see…’
Radja Nainggolan praises Roma Coach Rudi Garcia, and says they’re targeting ‘big things’.
Radja Nainggolan believes Roma have reached Juventus’ level ‘or even gone beyond’ this season.
Former Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni believes the Nerazzurri will fight for the Scudetto this season.
Roma defender Kostas Manolas believes the draw with Barcelona was ‘an important step’ for the club.
The Ultras of Roma’s Curva Sud have called for an empty stadium protest on Sunday against Sassuolo.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini says ‘there are better teams than us’ in Serie A and expects a tough challenge from Chievo.
Alessandro Florenzi’s dad reveals people around him thought he had died after his son’s wonderstrike.
Roma goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny will be out for up to six weeks after dislocating his finger.
Paolo Valeri will take charge of Genoa-Juventus, as the Week 4 referees are announced.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi ‘enjoys being a full-back’ and reflects on his wonder goal against Barcelona: ‘I thought the applause was for trying!’