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Danilo Cataldi praised ‘the real Lazio’ after a 2-0 win over Genoa that broke an eight-match losing streak against the Grifone.
Sampdoria striker Eder says criticisms of the club have been ‘undeserved’ after their 2-1 win over Roma.
Juventus’ Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus must ‘take responsibility’ and ‘leave the alibis to others’ after their draw with Frosinone.
Inter could reportedly give Roberto Mancini an English-style manager role at the club, while they search for next season’s sponsor.
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade praises Coach Paulo Sousa’s ‘winning mentality’ after victory over Bologna took the Viola into second place.
Mario Balotelli’s agent Mino Raiola says ‘the most important thing is his attitude’ after an impressive start to his Milan return.
Inter President Erick Thohir praises their ‘amazing’ start, but warns: ‘We must keep our feet on the ground.’
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini believes they are ‘paying the price for changes’ after defeat to Sampdoria.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata is reportedly close to being fit for Saturday’s meeting with Napoli, while the club continue to push for a new contract.
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Eusebio Di Francesco refused to let Sassuolo rest on their laurels after flying into third place with a win at Palermo.
Walter Zenga said Sampdoria beat Roma because “these lads proved they have a soul and the fans helped us.”
Stefano Pioli saw “reassuring signs” from Lazio’s 2-0 victory over Genoa and gave Felipe Anderson advice.
Roberto Stellone admits Frosinone picked up their first point against Juventus with “not our best performance.”
Paulo Sousa said he has belief in Fiorentina, but is also “realistic” after they surged into second place.
Maurizio Sarri told off Mirko Valdifiori after Napoli failed to break down Carpi in a goalless draw.
Roberto Mancini refused to call Inter Scudetto favourites after five consecutive victories, disposing of Verona 1-0.
Max Allegri warned Juventus “are capable of beating anyone and losing to anyone” after a 1-1 draw with Frosinone.
Rudi Garcia insists Roma “did not deserve defeat” against Sampdoria, but “it was our own fault for little defensive errors.”
Roma fought back at Marassi only to capitulate 2-1 against Sampdoria with a comical Kostas Manolas own goal.
Inter made it five out of five with Felipe Melo, but Roma shot themselves in the foot, Frosinone made history by holding Juventus and Carpi stalled Napoli.
Roma face a very tricky visit to Sampdoria and are forced to reshuffle again with Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah facing Eder and Luis Muriel.
Juventus give Simone Zaza his first start with Paulo Dybala as they host Serie A absolute beginners Frosinone.
Inter aim to keep their 100 per cent record going and give Adem Ljajic his full debut as the leaders host Hellas Verona.
Napoli have found their stride with back-to-back 5-0 victories, so can they do it again with newcomers Carpi?
Juventus are reportedly close to a new contract for Alvaro Morata, rejecting a return to Real Madrid.
Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Sampdoria-Roma, Juventus-Frosinone and Inter-Verona.
Jack Bonaventura’s agent is more than open to a contract renewal. “He wants Milan for life.”
Sampdoria star Roberto Soriano warned they “need to be aggressive” against Roma this evening.
Adem Ljajic is expected to get his Inter debut tonight, while Verona rely on Giampaolo Pazzini in Luca Toni’s absence.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in Italy and fans asked if he’d return to Milan. “Who knows, we’ll see in future.”
It’s reported Simone Zaza and Juan Cuadrado will start for Juventus against Frosinone tonight, dropping Paulo Dybala.
Atalanta Coach Edy Reja expects ‘another difficult game’ against Empoli tomorrow night.
Alvaro Recoba admits he was Massimo Moratti’s “favourite” in his time at Inter but “it was a natural thing”.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira says he’ll return to training with his teammates “soon”.

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