SASSUOLO NEWS

Mehdi Benatia gave some insight into the chaotic non-penalty in Sassuolo-Roma. “You can’t ask a desperate player if he was fouled.”
Miralem Pjanic insists Roma haven’t lost hope of catching Juventus. “Nothing is finished yet.”
Roma rest Francesco Totti, but launch Alessandro Florenzi with Mattia Destro and Gervinho for their trip to Sassuolo.
Eusebio Di Francesco urged Sassuolo to “believe” in their chances of safety as they host second-placed Roma.
Rudi Garcia discussed his Roma contract renewal, tomorrow’s game with Sassuolo and why he should ignore Napoli-Juventus.
Roma have named their squad for the Sunday game against Sassuolo.
Sassuolo forward Antonio Floro Flores insists he’s “not a hero” after offering to adopt an abandoned baby.
Sampdoria’s Stefano Okaka puts his team’s recent success down to the fantastic atmosphere within the Blucerchiati dressing room.
Napoli crushed Catania, Atalanta set a club record, Genoa flattened Lazio, while Sampdoria, Chievo and Cagliari celebrated.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco is “aware we have got to win” against Sampdoria tomorrow night.
Francesco Guidolin can breathe more easily, but Eusebio Di Francesco saw an even game.
Giacomo Bonaventura’s last-gasp header gave Atalanta a 2-1 win at San Siro, while Samp crushed Verona 5-0 with Udinese and Bologna victories.
Sassuolo’s Francesco Magnanelli believes his team can defy the odds and avoid an immediate return to Serie B this season.
Francesco Guidolin has urged his Udinese side to forget last night’s loss to Roma and focus on the match with Sassuolo.
Eusebio Di Francesco revealed his Sassuolo half-time talk and Rolando Maran concedes Catania are in trouble.
Lazio conquered Cagliari, who missed a penalty, while Sassuolo and Livorno won relegation six-pointers.
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi has announced can return to action after chemotherapy. “I’m ready to come back.”
Catania defender Nicolas Spolli says the importance of his side’s game against relegation rivals Sassuolo on Sunday cannot be underestimated.
Catania forward Francesco Fedato believes his side have what it takes to beat the drop from Serie A this season.
Davide Ballardini was disappointed with Bologna and Eusebio Di Francesco pleased to at least get a point.