Andrea Mandorlini concedes Verona are “in full emergency mode” amid an injury crisis against Lazio.
Leaders Inter and second-placed Fiorentina face off, while Milan visit Genoa, Lazio take on Verona and Sassuolo-Chievo is a surprise clash.
After Inter won once again to stay at the top of the table Dave Taylor picks his top XI from Week 5.
Stefano Pioli concedes Lazio are “in a difficult moment” and welcomes Lucas Biglia back against Verona.
Lucas Biglia returns for Lazio as they prepare to face Verona, but Alessandro Matri and Antonio Candreva miss out.
Lazio striker Alessandro Matri will not be fit for the weekend trip to Verona, the club confirms.
Goran Pandev has been banned for three matches and Issa Cissokho for one as Week 5 suspensions are announced.
Giampaolo Pazzini could be out for three weeks, while Luca Toni, Artur Ionita and Romulo had surgery today.
Verona striker Luca Toni has had an operation on his knee, the club has confirmed.
Inter midfielder Felipe Melo brushes off criticism - “I don’t care, I go on my way”.
Danilo Cataldi praised ‘the real Lazio’ after a 2-0 win over Genoa that broke an eight-match losing streak against the Grifone.
Inter President Erick Thohir praises their ‘amazing’ start, but warns: ‘We must keep our feet on the ground.’
Roberto Mancini refused to call Inter Scudetto favourites after five consecutive victories, disposing of Verona 1-0.
Inter made it five out of five with Felipe Melo, but Roma shot themselves in the foot, Frosinone made history by holding Juventus and Carpi stalled Napoli.
Inter aim to keep their 100 per cent record going and give Adem Ljajic his full debut as the leaders host Hellas Verona.
Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Sampdoria-Roma, Juventus-Frosinone and Inter-Verona.
Adem Ljajic is expected to get his Inter debut tonight, while Verona rely on Giampaolo Pazzini in Luca Toni’s absence.
Juan Jesus and Joao Miranda are back in the Inter squad to face Verona, but Jeison Murillo is ruled out.
Roberto Mancini praises Verona’s great “character” as Inter prepare to face them tomorrow.
Coach Roberto Mancini says Inter must always aim for the top, but admits “we’re not perfect”.