VERONA NEWS

Napoli must beat Verona to keep the Scudetto race alive, but miss Gonzalo Higuain, Dries Mertens and Kalidou Koulibaly.
Join us for all the action from today’s Serie A games, including Empoli-Fiorentina, Napoli-Verona and Simone Inzaghi’s debut Palermo-Lazio.
Pepe Reina has a good chance of going in goal against Verona tomorrow after taking part in Napoli training.
Verona Coach Gigi Del Neri dropped Luca Toni as a “technical decision,” but will be aggressive and intense against Napoli.
Luca Toni has again been left out of Verona’s squad to face second-placed Napoli tomorrow.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira and Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri lost appeals to have their bans reduced.
Pepe Reina remains a major doubt to feature for Napoli in Sunday’s Serie A game with Verona, so Gabriel could start again.
Napoli have announced a Press silence as they await the judgement on Gonzalo Higuain’s appeal.
Daniele Orsato will take charge of Milan-Juventus on Saturday as Week 32 referees are announced.
Napoli’s lawyer confirms the club will ask for Gonzalo Higuain’s four-game ban to be halved.
Napoli descend in complete chaos as an appeal is prepared against Gonzalo Higuain's ban.
Napoli will appeal Gonzalo Higuain’s four-match ban, the club’s lawyer announces.
Luigi Del Neri says Luca Toni “has to fight for a place in the team” but wasn’t left out because he criticised his Verona teammates.
Roberto Donadoni slams Bologna after defeat to Verona - “when you waste 45 minutes it makes it more difficult”.
Giampaolo Pazzini insists Verona aren’t giving up on Serie A survival - “this team has heart”.
Samir had a dream debut, as his header kept Verona’s slim survival hopes alive against lacklustre Bologna.
Riccardo Bigon discusses Luca Toni’s exclusion from the Verona squad - “the Coach makes his choices”.
Emanuele Giaccherini starts, as Bologna welcome bottom-side Verona to Dall’Ara.
Mario Mandzukic scored as Croatia drew 1-1 in Hungary, while Verona’s Pawel Wszolek bagged a brace for Poland.
Fiorentina owner Andrea Della Valle insists “until it’s mathematically impossible we believe in the Champions League”.