SPAL NEWS

There will be a minute’s silence before every Serie A and B match this weekend for the victims of flash floods in Livorno.
The referees have been announced for Week 4 of Serie A, with Davide Massa taking charge of Juventus’ trip to Sassuolo.
SPAL striker Marco Borriello says Inter midfielder Joao Mario’s “angel flight” wasn’t worthy of a penalty on Sunday.
Luciano Spalletti believes Inter “are on the right track” following the 2-0 win over SPAL yesterday.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Inter-Spal, Lazio-Milan, Verona-Fiorentina and Bologna-Napoli.
Inter assistant Marco Domenichini says there is more to come from his side after today’s 2-0 win over SPAL.
Leonardo Semplici believes the Inter side that beat Spal 2-0 today “will challenge for the Scudetto.”
Inter notched up a third consecutive victory, beating Spal thanks to a Mauro Icardi penalty and stunning Ivan Perisic volley.
SPAL defender Francesco Vicari is delighted to be facing Inter at the San Siro and warns his team are out to cause another surprise.
Inter give Dalbert his first start with Antonio Candreva, Joao Mario and Ivan Perisic supporting Mauro Icardi against Spal.
Samir Handanovic insists Inter “are a strong side, we’ve just got to prove it” ahead of today’s early kick-off against Spal.
Inter host Spal in the early kick-off, then Milan visit Lazio, Fiorentina take on Verona and this evening Napoli are in Bologna.
Leonardo Semplici’s Spal are unbeaten so far this season and the Coach aims to trip up Inter at San Siro too.
Luciano Spalletti named his Inter squad for tomorrow’s game against Spal, still missing Joao Cancelo, but a debut for Yann Karamoh.
Luciano Spalletti refused to discuss Inter’s Scudetto ambitions after two straight wins. “I don’t feel like making promises.”
Luciano Spalletti asked Inter to “repay the confidence” of fans at San Siro against Spal and celebrates Ivan Perisic’s new contract.
Sampdoria-Roma is postponed due to weather warnings, but Juventus host Chievo today, then Inter take on Spal, Milan visit Lazio, Napoli are in Bologna.
Serie A returns after the international break, with several of the Scudetto contenders having one eye on Europe.
Spal President Walter Mattioli assures they will give Inter a tough test at San Siro after climbing from Serie C2 to the top flight.
The 20 Serie A clubs have failed to agree on a new Lega President, so will reconvene in around 12 days.