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Inter and Roma were expected to put on a Friday night show at San Siro, but Martin Mork watched a disappointing spectacle without some top stars.
With Edin Dzeko leading the line for Roma this evening, Vilizar Yakimov explains why Antonio Conte was so determined to bring him to Inter.
With Napoli seemingly no closer to ending their bad run, Marcello Cossali-Francis asks whether they should stick with Carlo Ancelotti or turn to Gennaro Gattuso...
Reborn as a right-back for Juventus this season, Emmet Gates justifies Juan Cuadrado’s case for a new contract.
Simone Inzaghi has never beaten Maurizio Sarri, but Elio Salerno believes that could change as Lazio host Juventus in third against second.
Antonio Conte’s movements are drilled into Inter players, while Paulo Fonseca gives Roma greater freedom, as Emmet Gates analyses Friday’s tactical battle.
Despite Roberto Mancini tipping Wales to be surprise packages at Euro 2020, Livio Caferoglu warns Italy have a bigger threat in their group...
History is repeating itself with Vincenzo Montella, but Kaustubh Pandey warns Fiorentina have time to stop the inevitable slide.
Mario Balotelli’s time at Brescia has already hit controversy, as Martin Mork outlines the striker’s latest troubled tenure.
Gabriel Barbosa remains an Inter player as his Flamengo loan comes to an end, but Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall believes his fate is already sealed...
The rugged performance to hold out at Anfield was not that of a team in crisis, argues Giancarlo Rinaldi, but consistency has always been Napoli’s problem.
Atalanta finally get out of their shell to register an historic win against Dinamo Zagreb and earned a real shot at the knockout stages, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Milan held would-be title challengers Napoli to a creditable draw but still did not build on their performance versus Juventus, explains Vijay Rahaman in this long read...
Napoli and Carlo Ancelotti seem to be completely uninspired, writes Emmet Gates, wasting the quality Milan would love to be able to rely on.
Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain reunited to overturn Atalanta and prove Juventus are no longer dependent on Cristiano Ronaldo, writes Anthony Barbagallo. 
Napoli have gone from Scudetto challengers to Serie A’s crisis club. Kaustubh Pandey looks at how they got to this point, and where they go next.
A return to Italy seems likely for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but Marcello Cossali-Francis believes Roma would be his best option ahead of Milan and Bologna.
There is no reason why Atalanta can’t repeat their heroics of last season and enter the Champions League again, writes Vijay Rahaman.

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