Udinese Coach Luigi Del Neri expects “a big test” at Palermo tomorrow, an early relegation showdown.
The Pozzo family released a statement denying they were aware of falsified bank documents, but Watford could be docked Premier League points.
Maurizio Zamparini claims Palermo are “disorientated” and had “underestimated” Torino, whom he feels “are better than Juventus in some ways”.
Join us for all the build-up and action in today’s eight Serie A games, including Crotone-Napoli, Atalanta-Inter, Torino-Lazio and Roma-Palermo.
Massimo Oddo is adamant that his Pescara team dominated Udinese despite their 3-1 defeat on Sunday.
Luigi Delneri describes Udinese’s performance in their 3-1 win over Pescara as ‘convincing.’
Napoli got back on track in Crotone despite Manolo Gabbiadini’s red card, Torino and Lazio drew 2-2, while Fiorentina won an eight-goal thriller in Cagliari.
Cyril Thereau’s brace and Duvan Zapata gave Udinese a much-needed 3-1 victory over Pescara.
Massimo Oddo believes his Pescara players have deserved more than they have got so far this season.
Luigi Del Neri believes it is too soon to view Udinese’s match with Pescara as a potential relegation six-pointer.
Serie A referee Gianluca Rocchi’s house was burgled and €100,000 worth of items stolen.
All eyes on San Siro this evening as second-placed Milan host leaders Juventus, but before then it’s the Genoa Derby, while tomorrow Napoli are in Crotone, Atalanta-Inter and Roma-Palermo.
Beppe Iachini laments “injuries didn’t allow” him to succeed at Udinese, following his sacking.
Gianluigi Buffon’s agent shrugs off recent mistakes - “three months ago he was the best goalkeeper at the European Championships…”
Medhi Benatia said Max Allegri “asks many of the same things” of Juventus that Pep Guardiola did at Bayern Munich.
Max Allegri said Udinese represented “a very complicated match, which Juventus made even more complicated, but the Scudetto is won via games like this.”
Gigi Del Neri felt Udinese “deserved a draw, but scaring Juventus on their own turf isn’t a bad start” to his tenure.
Paulo Dybala warned Juventus “can’t suffer like this to the final whistle” after a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Udinese.
Paulo Dybala overturned a surprise Udinese opener with his free kick and penalty, sending Juventus five points clear at the top of the table.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed negotiations to “improve” Leonardo Bonucci and Paulo Dybala contracts.