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Lazio ended their Chievo curse after a decade, Antonio Di Natale saved Udinese on his 300th match, while Livorno and Verona won.
Vincenzo Montella was enraged after Fiorentina’s 1-1 draw with Cagliari. “I will no longer accept this difference in judging incidents.”
Juventus have named a 21-man squad for their Champions League trip to Copenhagen.
Bad news for Fiorentina, as Mario Gomez is out for six weeks with ligament damage, while Juan Cuadrado dislocated his shoulder.
It was a bad day for Fiorentina, as Mauricio Pinilla earned Cagliari a late point, David Pizarro saw red, while Juan Cuadrado and Mario Gomez were injured.
Lazio aim to end their Chievo curse, but must reshuffle the midfield without Hernanes and Lucas Biglia.
Roma have named their squad for the Monday night trip to Parma, including Alessandro Florenzi and Marco Borriello.
Genoa Coach Fabio Liverani is “ready” to challenge his mentor Delio Rossi in tonight’s Derby della Lanterna.
Fiorentina must beat Cagliari to maintain their 100 per cent record and stay top of the table in the lunchtime match.
Verona are without Luca Toni against Sassuolo today, but Coach Andrea Mandorlini doesn’t want that to be an alibi.
Lazio legend Giorgio Chinaglia’s body arrived in Italy today, where he’ll be buried next to Coach Tommaso Maestrelli.
English papers claim Tottenham plan a January swoop for Stephan El Shaarawy or Fernando Llorente.
Cagliari defender Davide Astori should finally start a match today and insists there was “never the slightest chance” he’d leave.
Mauro Icardi admits he was stunned by the San Siro crowd when scoring for Inter against Juventus. “It was so loud!”
Gonzalo Higuain and Blerim Dzemaili insist Napoli “are not afraid of Borussia Dortmund” in the Champions League.
Torino forward Marcelo Larrondo fractured his foot during the controversial 2-2 draw with Milan.
Lazio are forced to reshuffle their midfield, as Lucas Biglia and Hernanes miss today’s match with Chievo.
After Fiorentina host Cagliari in a bid to join Napoli on top of the table, Lazio face their bête noir and it’s a fiery Derby della Lanterna.
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Rafa Benitez believes Napoli’s strength is their unity, but “it’s still early to judge” after they went top of the table.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura was furious with Milan and the referee after a last-gasp 2-2 draw. “It’s not fair.”
Massimiliano Allegri admits Milan’s defending “is not good enough,” but hailed their belief to come back from 2-0 down against Torino.
Napoli rotated the squad, but it was only when Marek Hamsik came on that they were able to break down Atalanta.
Kaka made his comeback, but Milan recovered from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Torino in chaotic and controversial fashion.
Walter Mazzarri was pleased with the Inter performance and content enough with the point against Juventus.
Napoli aim to continue their splendid start to the season against Atalanta, but rotate the squad with Dries Mertens.
Antonio Conte believes the Derby d’Italia draw showed Inter and Juventus can fight for the Scudetto this term.
After Sampdoria caught a Genoa coach spying on their training session in camouflage gear, now the Rossoblu claim they too discovered espionage.
Kaka makes his Serie A comeback from the start as Milan visit Torino this evening.
Arturo Vidal replied to Mauro Icardi in a hard-fought 1-1 Derby d’Italia draw between Inter and Juventus.
Antonio Di Natale will make his 300th Serie A appearance for Udinese on Sunday against Bologna.
Parma general manager Pietro Leonardi hit back at the Daily Mail’s criticism. “They don’t know what they’re talking about.”
Massimo Moratti is “curious” to see how Inter fare against Juventus today and said a Chinese bid for the club was “just a rumour.”
Roma have a 100 per cent record so far and Coach Rudi Garcia hopes the enthusiasm can continue. “We’re targeting a top five finish.”
Mirko Vucinic partners Carlos Tevez, while Rodrigo Palacio starts with Ricky Alvarez as Inter host Juventus in the Derby d’Italia.

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