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Laurent Blanc has left the door wide open for the possibility of taking the Inter job. “I’d probably accept.”
Marcello Lippi is confident Juventus will clinch the Scudetto this season. “Milan have been unlucky, but the Bianconeri won’t get it wrong.”
Cagliari may be safe, but they have every reason to trip up Juventus. “I played for Torino, that says it all,” smiled Massimo Ficcadenti.
Adem Ljajic insists he did not offend Delio Rossi in Serbian. “I don’t know why he has to refer to falsehoods now.”
Christian Abbiati has an eye on Juventus and another on tonight’s opponents Inter, but also reassures Gigi Buffon.
Massimiliano Allegri can count on special friends at Cagliari to trip up Juventus tonight. “They sent us into Serie B,” noted Andrea Cossu.
Stefano Colantuono warns Lazio not to expect Atalanta resting on their laurels. “We want to improve our position and salute the fans.”
Stefano Pioli prepares for an emotional day against Napoli as the Stadio Dall’Ara and Bologna say goodbye to Marco Di Vaio.
Delio Rossi claims Adem Ljajic attacked him in the locker room and is representative of “a generation of over-privileged, unprofessional boys.”
Giuseppe Sannino has already secured safety for Siena, but asks his men for “a game that will make sure we’re remembered” by breaking records against Parma.
We round up the possible scenarios for tonight’s games, as Juventus could mathematically clinch the Scudetto this evening or open it all up again.
San Siro is the centre of today’s round, as the Derby della Madonnina could decide Scudetto and Champions League qualification.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Luis Enrique complimented Catania for their performance and insisted “this is not the time to talk about my future” at Roma.
Vincenzo Montella praised former teammate Francesco Totti, but left the door open for next season at Catania.
Francesco Totti shoulders the blame for missing a penalty despite making up for it with a brace on his 500th Serie A appearance for Roma.
Francesco Totti had a penalty saved and bagged a brace in an exciting 2-2 draw with Catania that leaves even Europa League qualification in doubt.
Caretaker manager Vincenzo Guerini credited Delio Rossi with Fiorentina’s Serie A safety and reveals his pre-match team talk.
Serse Cosmi hailed the Lecce fans and his team’s efforts to fight back from a desperate situation, but “we will probably get relegated.”
Roma welcome back Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and use Marquinho at left-back as they take on Vincenzo Montella’s high-flying Catania.
Caretaker Vincenzo Guerini steered Fiorentina to a crucial 1-0 victory at the Stadio Via del Mare that secures their safety and sends Lecce towards Serie B.
Diego Forlan and Andrea Poli are out of Sunday night’s Derby della Madonnina after picking up injuries.
Inter defender Ivan Ramiro Cordoba has written an open letter to fans announcing “the derby will be my last game as a player at San Siro.”
Milan are without Luca Antonini, Thiago Silva and Clarence Seedorf for the Derby della Madonnina on Sunday evening.
Bortolo Mutti concedes he’s going into his last games on the Palermo bench. “I worked well here and I thank everyone.”
Juventus are perhaps preparing a Scudetto party, as Antonio Conte has brought the whole squad to Trieste, including injured Paolo De Ceglie.
Week 37 kicks off with a huge relegation dogfight, as Lecce look to Valeri Bojinov on the debut of new Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Guerini.
Zdenek Zeman's Pescara continue to crush opponents, Verona and Sassuolo also keep up the pressure awaiting Torino's game.
Francesco Guidolin maintains “Napoli are favourites for third place” as his Udinese take on relegation strugglers Genoa.
Sven Goran Eriksson is in Florence and denied he is in the running for the Fiorentina job, but is confident “the Viola will be safe from the drop.”
Edy Reja could have Miroslav Klose back against Atalanta, but insists Lazio “would certainly be on 61-62 points” without their many injuries.
Massimiliano Allegri expects a very attacking Inter in the Milan derby, but warns “whoever is on top tomorrow evening is 99 per cent sure of winning the Scudetto.”
Juventus may have fumbled their lead at the top of the table, but Antonio Conte insists the parallels with May 5 2002 are more inspiring than frightening.
Andrea Stramaccioni’s future on the Inter bench could well be decided by Sunday’s Milan derby. “I want to stay and am giving all of myself.”
Walter Mazzarri has no qualms about dropping Ezequiel Lavezzi again for Napoli’s crunch match with Bologna. “Udinese are favourites for third place.”

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