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Beppe Iachini hopes Siena have finished celebrating their victory over Inter, as they “need concentration to beat Bologna.”
Atalanta will be without midfielder Luca Cigarini for at least a month after he tore ligaments in his left ankle.
Genoa aim to continue their revival against a Parma side who are starting to lose ground at the Stadio Tardini.
Inter talent Felice Natalino’s career could be over, as the Under-21 international underwent emergency heart surgery.
Roberto Donadoni reveals Parma changed their schedule all week to prepare for the early kick-off against Genoa. “It’s important to get a result.”
Hugo Campagnaro celebrated his late volley against Lazio, but effectively admitted he’s leaving Napoli for Inter in June. “I’ll still give 100 per cent.”
Cagliari Coach Ivo Pulga has thanked Milan for being “admirably sporting” about the chaotic decision to play at the Is Arenas.
Francesco Guidolin assures Antonio Di Natale’s goal drought “is not a problem,” as Udinese take on Torino.
Davide Ballardini has revived Genoa and hopes to continue causing upsets against Parma in the early kick-off, insisting Juraj Kucka “is worthy of Real Madrid or Barcelona.”
Roma begin their post-Zdenek Zeman experience, Alberto Malesani debuts for Palermo and Milan finally visit Cagliari after legal chaos.
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Walter Mazzarri says Napoli should treasure the point they grabbed in the final minutes at Lazio. “We had a bad start.”
Vladimir Petkovic feels Lazio “deserved to win a spectacular game,” but ultimately praised opponents Napoli for grabbing a draw.
Lazio dominated the first half, but Hugo Campagnaro snatched an 87th-minute Napoli equaliser as both teams rattled the woodwork repeatedly in a thrilling match.
Director Pavel Nedved praised Juventus, while Alessandro Matri revealed what it felt like to score without his boot.
Vincenzo Montella held up his hands after Fiorentina’s 2-0 defeat in Turin. “Juventus proved they are superior.”
Lazio and Napoli both insist they are Scudetto contenders, but go head-to-head at the Olimpico tonight with Hernanes facing Edinson Cavani.
Mirko Vucinic and Alessandro Matri – who scored after his boot fell off – secured a comfortable 2-0 Juventus victory over rivals Fiorentina.
Milan have lost Kevin Constant for tomorrow’s trip to Cagliari after he sprained his ankle during training.
Juventus welcome arch-rivals Fiorentina in a fiery clash, as Claudio Marchisio returns to face Stevan Jovetic and Luca Toni.
Verona fell to a shock home Veneto Derby defeat, Sassuolo fought back and Spezia completed an epic turnaround in their 4-3 victory.
Mattia De Sciglio returns, Giampaolo Pazzini is still sidelined and Riccardo Montolivo is suspended as Milan visit Cagliari.
Sampdoria are without Angelo Palombo and Eder for tomorrow’s match with Roma, but Matias Rodriguez is ready for his debut.
Eugenio Corini was in the Chievo side that conquered Inter at San Siro in 2001 and hopes he can achieve it again as a Coach tomorrow night.
Amid reports of Milan, Napoli and Juventus battling for Marco Verratti, PSG director Leonardo reveals “the only club that asked us for him was Roma.”
Palermo are finally able to count on Mauricio Sperduti against Pescara tomorrow after his international transfer came through.
Aurelio Andreazzoli begins the post-Zdenek Zeman era by returning Daniele De Rossi and Maarten Stekelenburg to the Roma starting XI against Sampdoria, but fans are protesting.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Leandro Castan are in the Roma squad travelling to face Sampdoria despite picking up injuries in training.
The TAR tribunal has rejected a last-minute legal bid to have Cagliari-Milan played behind closed doors amid security fears.
Andrea Stramaccioni blasted the media rumours around Esteban Cambiasso, hinted at a tactical switch against Chievo and thanked Inter President Massimo Moratti.
Roma director general Franco Baldini explained why Zdenek Zeman was sacked and Aurelio Andreazzoli is “hopefully not just a temporary solution.”
Massimiliano Allegri is enjoying the renewed enthusiasm around Milan ahead of their Cagliari trip and admits “Mario Balotelli is destined to be on the front pages.”
Alberto Malesani makes his Palermo debut in a relegation dogfight with Pescara tomorrow and warned his players “must adapt” to their third Coach of the season.
Diego Milito, Dejan Stankovic and Esteban Cambiasso are back in the Inter squad to take on Chievo tomorrow night.
There are reports that Cagliari-Milan might be behind closed doors or called off after the local authorities staged an emergency counter-appeal.

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