Roberto Donadoni sees an extraordinary Parma campaign and Andrea Mandorlini cursed Verona's luck.
Edy Reja urged fans to stop abandoning Lazio, while Stefano Colantuono saw a deserved Atalanta victory.
Walter Mazzarri wanted more Inter determination and Giampiero Ventura saw too much Torino anxiety.
Eugenio Corini hailed Chievo's proud fightback, but Gian Piero Gasperini had regrets.
Davide Ballardini was disappointed with Bologna and Eusebio Di Francesco pleased to at least get a point.
Donadoni: 'Parma not in Europe yet'
Parma beat Verona in a head-to-head for sixth place, but Roberto Donadoni isn’t booking his Europa League spot yet.
Mazzarri: 'Inter must finish games'
Walter Mazzarri was still not satisfied with Inter’s performance, as they ‘only’ beat Torino 1-0.
Reja: 'Fans damaging Lazio'
Edy Reja warns it’s “difficult for Lazio to play in these conditions” after a defeat to Atalanta amid a fan protest.
Wk27: Inter and Parma soar, Lazio shock
Inter sank Torino and Parma pushed Verona aside for sixth, while Atalanta punished 10-man Lazio and Sampdoria won a six-goal thriller with Livorno.
Conte: '50 per cent Champions'
Antonio Conte admits Juventus are “50 per cent Champions of Italy” after seeing off Fiorentina 1-0.
Montella: 'Unusual first half'
Vincenzo Montella concedes Fiorentina’s first half performance was “unusual” at the Juventus Stadium.
Asamoah decides Juve-Fiorentina
Kwadwo Asamoah’s fantastic individual goal proved enough for Juventus to beat Fiorentina, though Ryder Matos hit the bar.
Inter and Torino both have to reshuffle their squads in an unexpected battle for European qualification.
Parma-Verona is a thoroughly unexpected showdown for European qualification as Luca Toni takes on Antonio Cassano.
Napoli lose stars for Roma?
There are reports Napoli could be without Jorginho and Valon Behrami for tonight’s game with Roma.
Asamoah: 'My right foot debut!'
Kwadwo Asamoah had an extra reason to celebrate his goal against Fiorentina. “It’s the first with my right foot!”
Marotta: 'Pogba value immense'
Juventus director Beppe Marotta assured Paul Pogba’s value “is immense and he’ll stay with us for many years.”
Vidal: 'Juve analysed errors'
Arturo Vidal reveals what Antonio Conte said to Juventus ahead of today’s Fiorentina showdown.
Clattenburg for Atleti-Milan
England’s Mark Clattenburg will officiate the Atletico Madrid-Milan Champions League tie.
Juventus launch Carlos Tevez, Fernando Llorente and Paul Pogba against Fiorentina’s Mario Gomez, Juan Cuadrado and Alberto Aquilani.
Gasp keeps Genoa grounded
Gian Piero Gasperini urged Genoa to focus on Chievo before they get lofty ideas about European ambitions.
Mihajlovic: 'Samp crossroads'
Sinisa Mihajlovic told Sampdoria that today’s meeting with Livorno is “a Final to be won at all costs” to go beyond safety.
Pazzini: 'Game of the season'
Giampaolo Pazzini warns Milan’s trip to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday “is the game of the season.”
Van Persie desperate to join Juve
English papers claim Robin Van Persie is so eager to leave Manchester United for Juventus that he’ll pass up a £10m bonus.
Donadoni: 'Parma-Verona tough'
Roberto Donadoni feels Parma’s European play-off with Verona is a “tough but stimulating” challenge.
Lotito: 'I won't lie to fans'
Lazio fans will abandon the stadium today in protest, but Claudio Lotito insists “I won’t sell dreams. I have to tell the truth.”
Mandorlini eyes Parma upset
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini admits it would be “satisfying” to end Parma’s record run in a showdown for Europe.
ADL: 'Napoli, beat Roma again!'
President Aurelio De Laurentiis talked up the Napoli troops via Twitter ahead of tonight’s clash with Roma.
Conte: 'Juve thank Fiorentina'
Antonio Conte believes Juventus “ought to thank” Fiorentina for beating them 4-2, as it was a wake-up call.
Serie A Previews: Top four face off
It’s a decisive round for the season, as Juventus host old rivals Fiorentina and tonight second-placed Roma visit Napoli.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Maran: 'Catania did everything to win'
Rolando Maran doesn’t know what more Catania can do to win after they hit the woodwork twice in a draw with Cagliari.
Lopez rues Cagliari red card
Coach Diego Lopez believes Cagliari would’ve won in Catania if they hadn’t gone down to 10 men.
Catania held by 10-man Cagliari
Gonzalo Bergessio scored and Catania hit the woodwork twice, but were unable to beat 10-man Cagliari in a 1-1 draw.
Ledesma out for Lazio
Cristian Ledesma is out of action for Lazio’s mid-table tussle with Atalanta on Sunday.
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