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Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte concedes Juventus are closing on the Scudetto and pointed out there could “be no doubts over the penalty” to beat Milan.
Massimiliano Allegri gave credit to Juventus for their defending tonight and insisted Milan “must not feel pressure” after Fiorentina closed the gap to one point.
Juventus may be marching towards the title, but they risk a ban on their home stadium after racist abuse was aimed at Milan’s players tonight.
Arturo Vidal’s perfect penalty gave Juventus victory over an uninspired Milan, putting them closer to the title and leaving the Rossoneri only one point clear of Fiorentina in third.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta praised Andrea Pirlo and commented on those Zlatan Ibrahimovic rumours ahead of tonight’s game with Milan.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti expects “a balanced encounter” at the Juventus Stadium this evening.
Juventus-Milan is always a spectacle, as Stephan El Shaarawy, Robinho and Giampaolo Pazzini take on Mirko Vucinic and Paul Pogba in Turin tonight.
Juventus are set to ramp up their bid for Luis Suarez, as the Liverpool striker is facing a lengthy ban for biting an opponent.
Cagliari have reacted angrily to the “poor taste” tweet sent by Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis after today’s game.
Beppe Iachini glossed over the refereeing controversy, while Eugenio Corini praised Chievo's patience.
Aurelio Andreazzoli was furious with his own players, while Pescara co-Coach Bruno Nobili hailed Pescara's professionalism.
Walter Mazzarri insists Napoli deserved to win, but Ivo Pulga felt Cagliari were perfect until the final 30 seconds.
Vincenzo Montella admits Fiorentina lost focus after going 3-0 up, but Giampiero Ventura was angry with Torino.
Rolando Maran reveals Catania's anger at the late equaliser, but Giuseppe Sannino hailed Palermo's hunger.
Stefano Pioli warns Bologna aren't safe yet, while Delio Rossi is also waiting for Samp to finish the job.
Andrea Stramaccioni is confident Inter are building for the future, while Roberto Donadoni felt Parma lacked belief.
Vincenzo Montella complimented Torino on their comeback, but criticised Fiorentina for throwing away a 3-0 lead before their 4-3 victory.
Aurelio Andreazzoli admits he was “really disappointed” by Roma’s performance and attitude in a 1-1 home draw with bottom of the table Pescara.
Walter Mazzarri admits Napoli “ran a huge risk, but thankfully it went well” after a last-gasp 3-2 win over Cagliari.
It was a spectacular afternoon in Serie A, as Fiorentina beat Torino 4-3, bottom of the table Pescara stalled Roma and the Sicilian Derby was decided with the last kick of the game.
Lorenzo Insigne scored deep into stoppages to give Napoli a thrilling 3-2 victory over Cagliari in this incredibly open game.
Andrea Stramaccioni feels the hard-fought win over Parma will “mean a lot during this emergency period” for Inter.
Napoli hand the gloves to Antonio Rosati as they welcome high-flying Cagliari to the San Paolo this afternoon.
Tommaso Rocchi’s bizarre scuffed goal proved enough to end Inter’s run of three consecutive home defeats, squeezing past Parma 1-0.
Roma hope for a goalfest against bottom of the table Pescara as they continue the march towards Europe.
Adem Ljajic and Marcelo Larrondo are back in the starting XI as Alessio Cerci’s Torino return to face his old club Fiorentina.
The Derby di Sicilia is set to be a fiery one, as Catania can push for Europe and potentially send rivals Palermo into Serie B.
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirmed their interest in Catania forward Alejandro Gomez. “He’d be an important player to build on for the future.”
Inter President Massimo Moratti reiterated Andrea Stramaccioni is going nowhere ahead of today’s game with Parma. “It’s a question of rapport and faith.”
Pescara are practically relegated, but Cristian Bucchi is urging them to keep pushing against Roma this afternoon. “It’s a great stage for us to play on.”
Cagliari may be comfortably mid-table, but Ivo Pulga is confident “the team doesn’t need motivating against Napoli.”
Giampiero Ventura believes Fiorentina and Vincenzo Montella are “the real surprises of the season,” but his Torino can still cause them problems today.
Inter try to end their crisis against Parma in the lunchtime kick-off, but are forced to change yet again due to injuries.
Agent Mino Raiola continues to suggest Juventus should step up their bid for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. “Six months ago Milan thought Mario Balotelli was impossible...”

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