Fiorentina have the chance to close on Champions League places, but face a Torino side unbeaten in 11.
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Pioli: 'Candreva had to celebrate'
Stefano Pioli praised Lazio’s spirit against Palermo and joked about Antonio Candreva’s celebratory injury.
Sabatini: 'Roma not working'
Roma director Walter Sabatini ignored Scudetto questions and discussed why Mattia Destro left for Milan.
Handanovic out of Cagliari-Inter
Samir Handanovic is out of Inter’s trip to Cagliari tomorrow night due to a bruised ankle.
Inzaghi: 'Milan confidence-booster'
Pippo Inzaghi believes the 2-0 win over Cesena can be the performance Milan needed to boost confidence.
Mandorlini: 'Did I avoid sack?'
Andrea Mandorlini hinted he could’ve been fired if Verona had not held Roma to a 1-1 draw today.
Di Carlo mocks Milan penalty
Cesena boss Mimmo Di Carlo mocked the late Milan penalty and believed the Sea Horses deserved a lot more.
Garcia: 'Roma simply unlucky'
Rudi Garcia felt Roma were simply “unlucky” to only get a draw against Verona, but they do “lack consistency.”
Wk24: Roma crisis, Milan revived
Roma’s crisis becomes undeniable with a draw at Verona, but Milan see off Cesena, Lazio fight back against Palermo and Empoli crush Chievo.
Parma Mayor: 'Manenti out!'
Mayor of Parma Federico Pizzarotti warned the situation with President Giampietro Manenti is “beyond repair.”
Mancini: 'Celtic seemed too easy'
Roberto Mancini hopes Inter can register a third consecutive victory at Cagliari, but Celtic “had seemed too easy.”
Serie B: Avellino take Livorno
Avellino earned a surprise win away to Livorno in this promotion head-to-head, while Pescara left it late to down Catania.
The pressure is on at the Bentegodi, as both Roma and Hellas Verona are in crisis mode.
This could be Pippo Inzaghi’s Last Chance Saloon, as Milan host revitalised Cesena with Jeremy Menez and Mattia Destro.
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Cesena Inzaghi's last chance?
There are reports Pippo Inzaghi will be sacked and replaced by Mauro Tassotti if Milan don’t beat Cesena today.
Napoli squad for Sassuolo
Gonzalo Higuain is suspended, but Giandomenico Mesto returns for Napoli’s meeting with Sassuolo.
Maran: 'Chievo and Empoli examples'
Rolando Maran believes Chievo and Empoli “represent success stories for Italian football” ahead of today’s encounter.
Lahoz ref for Juve-Borussia
Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz will officiate the Champions League game between Juventus and Borussia Dortmund.
Pirlo: 'One more Champions League'
Andrea Pirlo said he wants to “win another Champions League before retiring” as Juventus host Borussia Dortmund.
Palombo denies Eto'o row
Some newspapers claim Samuel Eto’o refused to sit on the Sampdoria bench against Genoa, but Angelo Palombo denies this.
Lucarelli: 'Parma, time is up'
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli said players are prepared to “walk out,” revealed broken promises, but won’t abandon the club.
Iachini stands by Barreto
Palermo boss Beppe Iachini beat Napoli last week and now seeks revenge against Lazio, but defends captain Edgar Barreto.
Toni: 'Roma tough for Verona'
Luca Toni relishes his “leadership” role for Verona ahead of today’s clash with his former club Roma.
Yaya Toure agent snubs Inter
Yaya Toure’s agent denies he wants to join Inter, insisting he’d gladly “finish his playing career with Manchester City.”
FIGC plan to 'save' Parma
The Federation is hatching a plan to save Parma by loaning the beleagured club €5m to finish the season.
Ghirardi 'pained' by Parma chaos
Former President Tommaso Ghirardi is “pained” by Parma’s current predicament, but denies he drove the club into debt.
Serie A Previews: Under pressure
The pressure is on Roma to win at Verona and Milan against Cesena, while Lazio-Palermo and Fiorentina-Torino are Euro battles.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Sampdoria-Genoa on Feb 24
The Derby della Lanterna between Sampdoria and Genoa will now be played on Tuesday February 24.
Preziosi: 'Genoa want to play Monday'
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi wants the derby to be played on Monday, but Sampdoria prefer March 3 or 11.
Parma: What we know
Parma have not been liquidated, but the facts we do know show the Serie A club is in an extraordinary situation.
Sampdoria v Genoa rained off
The Derby della Lanterna has been rained off after the Stadio Ferraris pitch was waterlogged.
Did Parma patron close account?
There are remarkable reports Parma President Giampietro Manenti’s company emptied their bank accounts on Thursday.
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