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Mattia De Sciglio is hoping to make his international debut after being included in the Italy squad for the games against Brazil and Malta.
Following two days of record breaking, along with some classy solo and all-round team performances, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 29.
Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness would have preferred home advantage in the second leg of their Champions League game against Juventus.
Juventus insist that Antonio Conte will continue as Coach, but he won’t have Zlatan Ibrahimovic at his disposal next season.
Milan will treat their last nine League games like Cup Finals, says Daniele Bonera. “We want to win them all.”
Claudio Marchisio is well aware of Bayern Munich’s strength, but he maintains his Juventus side will have no fear in the Champions League last eight.
Milan have proved with their recent League form that they can be title challengers next season, says Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
Roma stopper Marquinhos is convinced that his side can still finish third in Serie A this season.
Simone Padoin has underlined how important the 2-0 win at Bologna was on Saturday night for Juventus.
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Vladimir Petkovic admits “the break comes at the right time” for Lazio after defeat to Torino and rued another red card.
Aurelio Andreazzoli praised Francesco Totti and Erik Lamela as his Roma beat Parma to go joint fifth.
Jonathas scored with his first touch of the game under the driving snow, as 10-man Lazio were beaten by Torino after Michael Ciani’s foolish red card.
Francesco Totti was inspirational and scored his 226th Serie A goal as Roma beat Parma 2-0 to keep their European dreams alive.
Devis Mangia has named his squad for the Italy Under-21 side’s friendlies against Russia and Ukraine, including Ascoli starlet Simone Zaza.
Lazio are flying high in Europe and the Coppa Italia, but face a tricky trip to Torino this evening in Serie A.
Pescara co-Coach Bruno Nobili reveals their problem, while Eugenio Corini is pleased with Chievo's progress.
Roma need a victory against Parma this evening to keep their European dreams alive and make some surprising changes.
Walter Mazzarri reassured Edinson Cavani and Stefano Colantuono felt Atalanta deserved a point.
Massimiliano Allegri felt fatigue from the Champions League, but Giuseppe Sannino wanted Cristian Zapata sent off.
Vincenzo Montella expects a photo-finish for Europe, while Davide Ballardini was encouraged by the comeback.
Beppe Iachini still believes in safety, while Diego Lopez has advice for Victor Ibarbo.
Juventus have released an update on Martin Caceres, confirming he has suffered head trauma and large cuts to his face.
Mattia De Sciglio, Alessio Cerci and Luca Antonelli are in Cesare Prandelli’s Italy squad to face Brazil and Malta.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani revealed they have lodged a complaint about referee Paolo Silvio Mazzoleni because of his comments after the 2-0 defeat to Chievo.
Walter Mazzarri explains why he was sent off, defended Edinson Cavani from gossip and warned Napoli not to drop further points.
Vincenzo Montella praised Fiorentina for their “maturity,” but warned they still need to improve to qualify for Europe.
Massimiliano Allegri feels Mario Balotelli is “an excellent professional” and laughed off continuing rumours over his future on the Milan bench.
Edinson Cavani broke his eight-game goal drought in a thrilling 3-2 victory over Atalanta and hit back at critics. “I talk on the pitch.”
Mario Balotelli celebrated his brace against Palermo and is confident Milan “will catch Napoli next week” in the race for second.
Milan and Fiorentina fought hard for victories that keep them in the race for a Champions League spot, but Chievo practically doomed Pescara to the drop.
Napoli earned a dramatic 3-2 victory over Atalanta with Edinson Cavani and Goran Pandev breaking their goal droughts.
The pressure is on Napoli to end their five-match winless streak or risk losing second place, but they welcome an Atalanta side who won here last season.
Cagliari have practically secured their safety in Serie A after getting the best chances in a 0-0 draw away to Siena.
Fiorentina welcome a weakened Genoa side and aim to continue their march on the Serie A top spots.

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