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The Italian Olympic Committee has set the December 14 date for ‘round table talks’ on Calciopoli between Inter, Juventus and others.
Inter have adjusted their tactics for the trip to Siena, as Ricky Alvarez, Mauro Zarate and Giampaolo Pazzini all start.
The pressure is on Alberto Malesani to deliver, as there are reports Genoa will look to Gigi De Canio in case of defeat today.
Napoli star Ezequiel Lavezzi’s girlfriend warned they could leave the city after she was robbed at gunpoint.
Borussia Dortmund starlet Mats Hummels admits he is “honoured that Juventus are interested in me.” Bianconeri director Fabio Paratici...
Eusebio Di Francesco readily admits time is running out for Lecce. “As things stand, we cannot survive.”
Simone Pepe scored the winner at Lazio and warns “Juventus want to make up for last season.”
Davide Ballardini is looking for his first Cagliari victory, but warns Bologna “are among the best away from home.”
Look ahead to all today’s games, including Delio Rossi’s emotional return in Palermo-Fiorentina, Inter’s tricky Siena trip and Milan-Chievo.
Domenico Di Carlo promises Chievo won’t sit back against Milan tonight. “We’re here for a battle.”
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gianluigi Buffon urges Juventus to “keep our feet on the ground” even after the top of the table triumph against Lazio.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono inevitably has regrets over dropping two points to Napoli. “We were superior.”
Edy Reja raged at the referee after Lazio’s defeat to Juventus. “There was a clear penalty and Andrea Barzagli should’ve been sent off.”
Walter Mazzarri is confident Napoli deserved their draw in Bergamo, apologised to Goran Pandev and cleared up an Ezequiel Lavezzi mystery.
Antonio Conte concedes the victory at Lazio is “an important sign of our maturity. Juventus are going beyond all expectations.”
Director Beppe Marotta insists Juventus “are not interested in Carlos Tevez and have not made contact.”
Raffaele Rubino scored a record-breaking goal, netting for Novara in four different Divisions. “I dreamed of this moment.”
Andrea Pirlo has recovered in time to start tonight’s top of the table showdown between Lazio and Juventus, but Tommaso Rocchi also plays.
Napoli have rested Ezequiel Lavezzi for their tricky trip to Atalanta, giving Goran Pandev a rare start.
Novara fought back to beat Parma with a record-breaking goalscorer, while Catania snatched a last-gasp victory in Lecce.
Goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has been ruled out of Milan’s Sunday night match with Chievo.
Palermo Coach Devis Mangia has every respect for Delio Rossi and Fiorentina, “but I want to win.”
Torino surge away by beating Livorno and Sampdoria stall again, but it's curtains for Brescia, Reggina and Sassuolo.
Siena welcome Inter on Sunday, but Giuseppe Sannino reveals he’ll be without ex-Nerazzurri hitman Mattia Destro.
Delio Rossi is at the helm of Fiorentina and faces his beloved former club. “I hope the people of Palermo don’t ignore me.”
Massimiliano Allegri worries Milan might have trouble changing pace and mentality to go from Barcelona to Chievo.
Claudio Ranieri warns Inter “enough walking, it’s time to start running” with a difficult match against Siena.
Stevan Jovetic has not recovered in time for Fiorentina’s trip to Palermo, so he isn’t even in the squad.
Roma director Walter Sabatini admits he is “disappointed, as we expected more” from the trip to Udine, but defends Luis Enrique.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli reveals “Antonio Di Natale is under consideration” for an Azzurri place.
According to the latest reports, Andrea Pirlo will have a last-minute fitness test to see if he’ll start for Juventus against Lazio tonight.
Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio will be watching Lazio-Juventus, though he’s unimpressed with Edy Reja’s tactics.
Milos Krasic admits he’s “in crisis,” but Juventus “have not told me I am for sale. We’ll see how things go in January or June.”
The Players’ Association has joined in the BTP Day, in which people are urged to invest in Italian bonds during this time of crisis.

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