NEWS

Francesco Guidolin can't believe Udinese failed to win, while Stefano Pioli clings to the point.
Roberto Donadoni and Cristian Bucchi both confirm confidence was the key today.
Giuseppe Sannino said Palermo must believe in safety, as Aurelio Andreazzoli admits Roma deserved defeat.
Davide Ballardini warned Genoa must earn their Serie A status, as Beppe Iachini's men are alive and kicking.
Vladimir Petkovic praised Lazio for never giving up, while Rolando Maran still believes in Europe.
Diego Lopez reveals why Mauricio Pinilla was picked and Vincenzo Montella feels Fiorentina deserved a draw.
Stefano Colantuono and Delio Rossi admit it was a game of two halves in Bergamo.
Vladimir Petkovic said Lazio “deserved and strongly desired” their 2-1 win over Catania, defending Louis Saha after a bad miss.
Esteban Cambiasso apologised to Sebastian Giovinco in public and private after his red card for a horrific challenge. “My history speaks for me.”
Milan unleash a new trident with Robinho, Mario Balotelli and Stephan El Shaarawy as they travel to Chievo.
Antonio Conte praised Inter for causing Juventus problems, but also pointed out “we proved we have got better” after today’s 2-1 victory.
Andrea Stramaccioni insisted Juventus scored the winning goal against the run of play and revealed Esteban Cambiasso apologised for that awful tackle.
Roma were pummelled in Palermo and Fiorentina fell in Cagliari, while Lazio completed a great comeback, the Genoa-Siena relegation dogfight was all square and Amauri scored a peach of a goal.
Palermo dragged themselves off the foot of the table after a shock 2-0 victory over Roma.
Lazio completed a remarkable comeback from 1-0 down to beat Catania 2-1 in the space of 120 seconds.
Fabio Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri gave Juventus a 2-1 victory away to Inter that seals the Derby d’Italia and possibly also the Scudetto.
Only two points separate Lazio and Catania in today’s head-to-head for Europe, as the Biancocelesti try to end their run of three consecutive defeats with Louis Saha.
The Derby d’Italia is the huge game of the afternoon as Juventus seek revenge against Inter for the end of their 49-game unbeaten record.
Roma aim to continue climbing up the table with Francesco Totti marking his 20th Serie A anniversary and could put the final nail in Palermo’s coffin.
Mauro Zarate has taken to Twitter in order to blame Lazio President Claudio Lotito for his situation. “I wish I could leave without asking for a euro.”
It is often said that Mario Balotelli has never missed a penalty at any level, but the Reggiana goalkeeper insists he denied the striker in 2006.
Everton are tracking Adem Ljajic, while the Fiorentina striker admits he “expected to leave” after he was punched by Coach Delio Rossi and won’t sing the Serbian anthem.
Marko Livaja has been dropped for today’s Atalanta-Sampdoria due to disciplinary reasons. “He has to learn how to respect the rules.”
Giuseppe Sannino prepares to face Roma and concedes he “did not expect Palermo to be so far down the table” when he returned.
Giampiero Ventura believes Napoli are “still in the Scudetto race” and notes Torino have a very different attitude to international commitments.
There are reports ex-Inter star Samuel Eto’o will be at San Siro today to cheer on his old teammates against Juventus.
Udinese are set to build their own stadium after finally getting a 99-year lease from the local council, the same deal that Juventus have.
Lazio Coach Vladimir Petkovic insists “we all believe in Champions League qualification” ahead of today’s head-to-head with Catania and looks to Louis Saha.
Edinson Cavani’s father tells Spanish media he’s “50 per cent” likely to join Real Madrid, while Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis admits “if he decides to leave...”
Former Inter and Juventus Coach Giovanni Trapattoni cast his eye over today’s Derby d’Italia, advising Antonio Conte to “stay in Serie A for a few years.”
The Macedonian FA has apologised to Goran Pandev for changing his FIFA Coach of the Year vote for Jose Mourinho due to “a technical error.”
It’s a full day of Serie A action for Easter Saturday, including Chievo-Milan, Torino-Napoli and the huge Inter-Juventus grudge match.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Miroslav Klose has been named in the 22-man Lazio squad to face Catania on Saturday at Stadio Olimpico.
Saint-Etienne boss Christophe Galtier has admitted that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is likely to leave the club.

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