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Spezia won the Liguria Derby with Virtus Entella, but Carpi-Trapani was a four-goal thriller.
Tonight brings a top of the table showdown between Milan and Juventus, as Max Allegri and Pippo Inzaghi face their past.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Micah Richards insists there is no bad blood between himself and Mario Balotelli after reflecting on their infamous bust-up while at Manchester City.
Roma have confirmed that Juan Iturbe has suffered a first degree groin strain, and it is seen as likely to keep him out for around two to three weeks.
Micah Richards is convinced he made the right decision to join Fiorentina, despite admitting that he had more lucrative offers to stay in England.
Paolo Rossi has praised Filippo Inzaghi for turning Milan into a ‘battalion of fighters’ since his appointment during the summer.
Alvaro Morata shares some of his early experiences at Juventus, including the ‘incredible’ moment he met Gianluigi Buffon.
Alvaro Morata claims he is revelling in the sense of importance that has been afforded to him at Juventus.
CSKA Moscow have released a statement condemning the behaviour of a section of its supporters during their defeat to Roma in midweek.
Pippo Inzaghi has included both Stephan El Shaarawy and Fernando Torres in his Milan squad to face Juventus tomorrow night.
Max Allegri has named a 23-man squad for Juventus’ Week 3 trip to Milan and includes Arturo Vidal in the party.
Maurizio Sarri has affirmed that Empoli will not surrender their attacking style when they face Cesena on Saturday.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli has assured Jonathan Biabiany that he has the full support of his teammates.
Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta is adamant that the club is in good hands with Andrea Stramaccioni at the helm.
Former Milan and Italy wide-man Stefano Eranio believes that Milan can go far under the tutelage of Filippo Inzaghi.
Club President James Pallotta has set out that Roma are aiming to become one of the biggest clubs in world football.
Antonio Conte has hailed UEFA’s decision to award Roma a hosting package at Euro 2020 as a ‘valuable recognition for Italian football’.
Matias Silvestre is keen to make his stay at Sampdoria permanent, whilst he is already counting down to a first Derby della Lanterna of his career.
Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly has expressed his belief that playing in Serie A is the ‘pinnacle’ of any defender’s career.
Nemanja Vidic insists Inter have room for improvement, despite kicking off their campaign in the Europa League group stage with a win.
Massimiliano Allegri admits facing Milan will be unique and that whilst his Juventus are strong, they hold respect for the Rossoneri.
Pippo Inzaghi admits he’d rather face Juventus later in the season, but says whilst Milan ‘have nothing to lose’, they aren’t already beaten.
Sinisa Andelkovic is optimistic that Palermo can turn around their form against Inter, even if he admits facing the Nerazzurri and Mauro Icardi is daunting.
Zdenek Zeman has paid tribute to Francesco Totti and Rudi Garcia, as he prepares to face Roma with Cagliari.
UEFA have confirmed that Rome’s Stadio Olimpico will be one of 13 cities across Europe to host the 2020 European Championships.
Silvio Berlisconi has described Pippo Inzaghi’s appointment at Milan as a turning point that has the club able to dream of the Scudetto.
Xavi Hernandez has described Andrea Pirlo as ‘wonderful’ and says he watches Juventus just to see the midfielder play.
UEFA will today announce the host cities for Euro 2020, with Rome’s bid seen as likely to be a successful, in spite of uncertainty this week.
There is concern that Roma could be without winger Juan Manuel Iturbe for up to a month, following an injury picked up this week.
Adriano Galliani says he is still on good terms with Max Allegri and seeing him on the Juventus bench against Milan won’t be an issue.
Adriano Galliani has hinted that Milan did talk to Antonio Conte this summer, but that in Pippo Inzaghi, they have a Coach who ‘resembles him greatly’.
Demetrio Albertini has backed Fernando Torres to ‘become a key player in Serie A’ for Milan, even if patience is required.
Demetrio Albertini believes Juventus just need to be cocky in Europe to improve, and that they should ‘fly through’ the group stages.
Demetrio Albertini admits Milan could beat Juventus tomorrow, but warns that they still have ‘everything to prove’ this season.

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