What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Mazzarri unhappy with Napoli
Walter Mazzarri complimented Fiorentina and warned Napoli have to sort out their “shocking” pitch.
Petkovic keeps Lazio steady
Lazio are top of the table with a 100 per cent record, but Vladimir Petkovic is keeping their feet on the ground.
Totti: 'The perfect game'
Francesco Totti hailed “the perfect game” as Roma conquered Inter and revealed a bet he made with Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.
Strama: 'Inter's psychological problem'
Andrea Stramaccioni saw “a psychological problem” in Inter’s performance as they fell on home turf to Roma.
Napoli and Lazio soar
Napoli pushed past Fiorentina on a shocking pitch and Miroslav Klose kept Lazio on track, while Catania beat Genoa in a five-goal thriller and Atalanta saved two penalties.
Zemanlandia at San Siro!
A thrilling Roma ran riot at San Siro, inspired by Francesco Totti to beat Inter 3-1 in a hugely entertaining encounter.
Carrera: 'These are the rules'
Stand-in Coach Massimo Carrera blamed “the rules” on the early red card that saw Udinese go down to 10 men against Juventus.
Insigne for Italy qualifiers
Lorenzo Insigne has received his debut senior Italy call-up for the World Cup qualifiers against Bulgaria and Malta, while Giampaolo Pazzini returns.
Pozzo: 'Ref ruined the game'
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo was furious with the referee after their 4-1 defeat to Juventus. “He ruins games and has done it to us before.”
Napoli have Lorenzo Insigne and Edinson Cavani against Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic and Mounir El Hamdaoui.
Inter have new buy Alvaro Pereira in midfield, while Diego Milito partners Antonio Cassano against Roma’s Mattia Destro.
Juve crush 10-man Udinese
Juventus added to Udinese’s woes with a comfortable 4-1 victory at the Stadio Friuli, inspired by Sebastian Giovinco’s brace and a controversial red card.
Martinez has Cluj medical
Juventus benchwarmer Jorge Martinez is reportedly in Romania to undergo a medical ahead of his move to Cluj.
Di Matteo in stands for Juve
Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo is in the stands for today’s Udinese-Juventus match, keeping an eye on his Champions League opponents.
Gigi Buffon, Sebastian Giovinco and Giorgio Chiellini are back as Juventus take on Udinese in the early evening Serie A kick-off.
Gudelj had Fiorentina deal
NAC midfielder Nemanja Gudelj reveals he was about to join Fiorentina this week. “If all goes well, I can complete the transfer in January.”
Pazzini: 'Inzaghi honour'
Giampaolo Pazzini still can’t quite believe his Milan hat-trick. “It’s an honour to be compared to Pippo Inzaghi.”
Donadoni warns Parma
Roberto Donadoni tells Parma they must put just as much effort into facing Chievo as they did Juventus. “It’ll be every bit as tough.”
Maicon: 'Why I chose Man City'
Douglas Maicon reveals Roberto Mancini “certainly influenced my decision a great deal” to leave Inter for Manchester City.
Galliani won over by Pazzini
Adriano Galliani hailed Giampaolo Pazzini’s hat-trick and Nigel De Jong, but insisted there’s “no row” with Massimiliano Allegri.
Pereira to start with Roma?
There are rumours Alvaro Pereira could start tonight’s match against Roma just days after completing the move to Inter.
Boateng to undergo surgery
Kevin-Prince Boateng will undergo surgery on his fractured right hand and reassured fans he’ll be back for Milan very soon.
Bianchi's Toro apology
Rolando Bianchi has apologised to a particular set of fans after missing Torino’s penalty against Pescara.
Cosmi: 'Samp won't go down'
Siena visit newly promoted Sampdoria tonight, but Coach Serse Cosmi feels “this is not going to be a relegation dogfight.”
Nocerino: 'We're not dead yet'
Antonio Nocerino praised “sneaky” Giampaolo Pazzini and warned Milan’s critics. “Don’t give us up for dead.”
Insigne set for Italy call
Cesare Prandelli is set to name a young and relatively untested Italy side for the World Cup qualifiers against Bulgaria and Malta.
Del Piero to Southampton?
There are shock reports that Southampton have joined Sion and Sydney FC in tempting Alessandro Del Piero.
De Canio welcomes Genoa buys
Genoa Coach Gigi De Canio is enjoying his new arrivals and could start Marco Borriello against Catania this evening.
Colantuono ignores Cagliari chaos
Stefano Colantuono is trying to keep Atalanta focused on the football after the venue for their game with Cagliari was moved repeatedly.
Lazio 'can reach Champions League'
Lazio made only three new signings this summer, but director Igli Tare is confident “we can reach the Champions League.”
Preziosi: '20 goals for Borriello'
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi welcomes back Marco Borriello as “the 20 goal per season striker I’d wanted for years.”
Sannino fears Lazio-Palermo
Giuseppe Sannino started his Palermo career with a home defeat and now faces on-form Lazio. “It would be worrying to see a similar performance.”
Pioli: 'Bologna deserved more'
Stefano Pioli feels Bologna “did not deserve” their 3-1 defeat to Milan last night. “We paid for our mistakes at both ends of the field.”
Previews: Super Sunday!
Prepare for all tonight’s Serie A games, including Udinese-Juventus, Napoli-Fiorentina, Lazio-Palermo and Inter-Roma.
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