Chievo cut the Pescara comeback enthusiasm short with a comfortable victory thanks to Valter Birsa and Lucas Castro.
Ciro Immobile’s contentious penalty proved enough to give Lazio victory over Udinese and surge towards European qualification.
Milan ended their Sassuolo curse with an extremely controversial 1-0 win, as Carlos Bacca’s penalty was just one of several strange incidents.
According to Italian reports, Leicester City have contacted current Nantes Coach Sergio Conceicao to replace Claudio Ranieri.
Paulo Sousa admits it is a “difficult” time for Fiorentina after fan protests, but warns he “will not resign” even if they lose to Torino.
Gerard Deulofeu is eager to break Milan’s taboo at the Mapei Stadium against Sassuolo. “I am starting to find my form.”
Palermo thought they’d done enough with their first penalty of the season, a soft one at that, but Fabio Quagliarella snatched a late Sampdoria equaliser.
Milan have Carlos Bacca and Gerard Deulofeu leading the way as they face down their taboo – Sassuolo and Domenico Berardi.
Lazio hand the midfield reins to 20-year-old Alessandro Murgia in the absence of Lucas Biglia as they have to get past Udinese to push for Europe.
Federico Bernardeschi is out of Fiorentina’s encounter with Torino tomorrow night with a bruised left ankle.
Antonio Cassano could be about to resume his career in Serie B with Virtus Entella.
Emerson Palmieri is in doubt for tonight’s showdown between Roma and Inter, so requires a late fitness test.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from every Serie A game, including Milan’s trip to Sassuolo, Andrea Mandorlini’s Genoa debut and the Inter-Roma showdown.
Sinisa Mihajlovic did not hold back in his fiery Press conference ahead of Torino’s clash with Fiorentina. “Nobody can say I don’t have balls.”
Over 300 Fiorentina fans staged a protest at the training ground this morning, hurling insults at players, Coach Paulo Sousa and the club owners.
Luigi Del Neri says it 'is no problem' that his long-term future at Udinese remains unresolved.
Andrea Mandorlini is sorry to hear of Genoa fans' planned boycott but says one victory can change everything.
Roberto Donadoni says Bologna cannot afford to give Genoa any encouragement in today's Serie A match.
Massimo Rastelli believes Cagliari's safety will be guaranteed if they beat Crotone today.
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola insists his team still believe they can secure Serie A survival.
It is reported that Gianluigi Donnarumma is the subject of interest from Premier League side Manchester United.
Rolando Maran wants Chievo to display the same hunger they did at the start of the season.
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Empoli Coach Giovanni Martusciello thought they held out as long as possible against runaway Serie A leaders Juventus.
Inter could try to use Ivan Perisic as part of an exchange deal to swoop for Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, also wanted by Juventus.
Max Allegri explained the changes he made as Juventus beat Empoli 2-0, won’t rule out Roma or Napoli for the Scudetto, but “our destiny is in our hands.”
Alex Sandro credited Juventus for maintaining patience in their 2-0 win over Empoli and celebrated with a samba.
Over 3,000 Atalanta fans greeted the team at the airport in Bergamo after their shock 2-0 victory away to Napoli.
Mario Mandzukic – with the aid of the crossbar and Lukasz Skorupski – and Alex Sandro eventually broke Empoli down for a 2-0 Juventus victory.
Diego Lopez told Palermo they have no option other than to get points against Sampdoria in the early Sunday game.
Simone Inzaghi urged Lazio to focus on Udinese and not get distracted by the upcoming Coppa Italia semi-final with Roma.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, as it’s third against fourth with Napoli-Atalanta and leaders Juventus host Empoli.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta insists Leonardo Bonucci’s row with Max Allegri was “over-emphasised, as these things happen in every family.”
Gian Piero Gasperini said Atalanta “are authorised to dream” of European qualification after a remarkable 2-0 win away to Napoli.
Stefano Sturaro warned Juventus are tired going into the Empoli game tonight, but “nobody can doubt our motivation.”