NEWS

Mario Balotelli snatched a last-gasp victory that sends Milan four points clear in third place, but Toro should’ve scored at San Siro.
An Arturo Vidal penalty got the party started, as Juventus beat Palermo to clinch the 2012-13 Scudetto!
Roma confirmed that goalkeeper Bogdan Lobont fractured his nose during last night’s 1-0 win over Fiorentina.
Lazio risk being left behind in the race for Europe and welcome a Bologna side who are unbeaten in five.
Milan have a golden opportunity to break away in third place, but host a Torino side that needs points to stay safe.
Antonio Di Natale’s sensational brace and Luis Muriel gave Udinese their fifth consecutive victory, sweeping Sampdoria aside 3-1.
Juventus need only one point to start the Scudetto party, but Palermo have every intention of spoiling it as they fight for survival.
Stefano Colantuono has a decimated Atalanta side, but wants them to “close the door” on their safety against Parma.
More bad news for Fiorentina, as Adem Ljajic is handed a two-match ban for insulting the referee after their defeat to Roma.
Stefano Pioli points out he has “a lot of respect for Lazio, but I also have faith in my Bologna.”
Roberto Donadoni hopes for a party at the Tardini, as Parma can secure mathematical safety against Atalanta.
Udinese must win to keep their European hopes alive, while Sampdoria are yet to secure their Serie A safety.
Inter and Milan are set to duel on the transfer market for Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas this summer.
Rolando Maran told Catania they have every reason to beat Siena today, including a club record and the Coppa Italia draw.
Marco Borriello is passed fit against Pescara as Coach Davide Ballardini warns Genoa “there’s nothing easy about this game.”
Mario Balotelli wished his former Manchester City teammates good luck ahead of their FA Cup Final and advised Luis Suarez. “I’m still a fan.”
Siena slipped back into the bottom two and Beppe Iachini demands “a reaction” against Catania today.
Andrea Della Valle is adamant the project will continue building despite defeat to Roma. “All of Italy enjoys watching this Fiorentina.”
Manchester United have already been linked with Juventus stars Mirko Vucinic and Claudio Marchisio, but are now eyeing Arturo Vidal.
Francesco Guidolin reveals he “dreams of Europe every night” as Udinese face a must-win early game with Sampdoria.
Napoli host troubled Inter in a real Serie A classic, while Juventus could celebrate the Scudetto against Palermo and Milan face a Torino test.
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Aurelio Andreazzoli feels Roma ultimately earned their win over Fiorentina and was “irritated” at the constant speculation over his job.
Vincenzo Montella refused to blame the referee, but insisted “Fiorentina did not deserve to lose” against Roma.
Francesco Totti urged Roma to keep hold of Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and won’t let go of Champions League dreams after tonight’s win in Florence.
Fiorentina hit the woodwork with Stevan Jovetic and David Pizarro, but Pablo Daniel Osvaldo won it for Roma deep into stoppages.
Eugenio Corini wasn't happy with jeers from the crowd, but Ivo Pulga was content with the point.
Roma director Franco Baldini insists Aurelio Andreazzoli won’t necessarily leave the bench this summer and shoots down links with Massimiliano Allegri.
Stevan Jovetic warned tonight’s match with Roma “is crucial for our Champions League hopes,” as Fiorentina chase Milan.
Expect thrills, spills and plenty of goals as Fiorentina host Roma in a battle for European qualification.
Chievo largely dominated this match, but were unable to break down a dogged Cagliari side in this 0-0 draw.
Hugo Campagnaro is out of Napoli’s clash with Inter – his future club – on Sunday evening.
Giuseppe Sannino warns Palermo “do not care about the Juventus Scudetto party,” as they are fighting for their football lives.
“I chose Milan because they are the most successful club in the world,” said 18-year-old defender Jherson Vergara Amu as he flew in for a medical.
Inter have Esteban Cambiasso and Fredy Guarin back for their difficult trip to Napoli tomorrow night.

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