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Marco Materazzi says Inter can ‘target the Scudetto’ and that Roberto Mancini is ‘the right person’ to make it happen.
Juventus could reportedly be without Alvaro Morata and Mario Mandzukic for Wednesday’s clash with Frosinone, but Mario Lemina should recover.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani says Carlos Bacca reminds him of Andriy Shevchenko, after the Colombian’s double against Palermo.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Maurizio Sarri admits he’ll stick with the 4-3-3 after Napoli’s two 5-0 victories and shrugged off Diego Maradona’s criticism.
Stefano Mauri saw Lazio “painfully humiliated” 5-0 by Napoli. “Quite simply they played and we didn’t.”
Stefano Pioli struggled to explain “an ugly defeat” as Lazio capitulated 5-0 to Napoli. “It was a huge step back.”
Gonzalo Higuain said back-to-back 5-0 wins are “just the beginning. I stayed here to take Napoli back into the Champions League.”
Napoli humiliated Lazio 5-0 with a brace from Gonzalo Higuain and inspirational Lorenzo Insigne performance.
Rolando Maran tips Inter for the Scudetto, but also insists they “did not deserve” to beat Chievo today.
Vicenza medical staff believe Nicolò Brighenti might be the first football player to sustain a lacerated pancreas during a match.
Eusebio Di Francesco hailed Sassuolo’s “attitude” after a prestigious 2-2 draw away to Roma.
Giampiero Ventura praised his remarkable Torino. “Four years ago we were in Serie B, today we are second in Serie A.”
Paulo Sousa has taken Fiorentina to third place, but admits the 1-0 win away to Carpi was “very tough.”
Gian Piero Gasperini slammed the referee after 10-man Genoa lost to Juventus. “It was a non-existent penalty.”
Gonzalo Higuain is out for revenge as Napoli reshuffle against Lazio under pressure at the San Paolo.
Khouma Babacar’s goal and Ciprian Tatarusanu saves were enough to give Fiorentina victory away to Carpi.
Napoli and Lazio both have a lot to prove and go head-to-head just months after their epic six-goal showdown for third.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis was rescued by helicopter when his yacht caught fire.
Walter Zenga plays down the 2-0 defeat to Torino: ‘Sampdoria must not lose their composure’.
Roma’s Rudi Garcia backs striker Juan Iturbe after a substitution drama, but reveals he was 'expecting much more from my starters'.
Rudi Garcia does not regret the changes to his squad after the 2-2 draw with Sassuolo: ‘Roma must call on all players’.
Max Allegri calls Inter the ‘first candidate alongside Roma and Juventus’ to win the Scudetto, but he won't 'step aside'.
Max Allegri is pleased about Juventus’ 2-0 win over Genoa, but warns: ‘Our game has to improve’.
Radja Nainggolan is unhappy after Roma’s 2-2 against Sassuolo: ‘Games like these have to be won’.
Fiorentina are ravaged by injuries and confidence dipping fast as they visit impressive new boys Carpi.
Juventus got their first win of the campaign at 10-man Genoa, but Sassuolo pegged Roma back and Torino took second place while Bologna sank Frosinone.
Beppe Marotta acknowledges Juventus need a result in their “very important match” away to Genoa.
Roberto Mancini insists “nothing has changed” after Inter’s victory at Chievo, their best start in 13 years.
Antonio Rudiger knows facing Sassuolo will be “a very different game to Barcelona” for Roma today.
Felipe Melo said Inter are “warriors” after a fourth straight victory at Chievo and warned critics of his style to “take up tennis.”
Mauro Icardi converted a half-chance and Inter maintained their perfect start with a hard-fought 1-0 win away to Chievo.
Juventus beat Manchester City, but face a must-win game away to Genoa and give Mario Lemina his full debut.
Roma and Sassuolo are surprisingly tied in second place going into the Stadio Olimpico, as Francesco Totti and Miralem Pjanic start.
All the build-up and action as it happens from five Serie A games, including Genoa-Juventus, Roma-Sassuolo and Torino-Sampdoria.

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