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There can be no denying Inter are Scudetto contenders this season, but Richard Hall warns they aren’t the only challengers to Juventus and a strong start could be crucial.
Strength in depth made all the difference at San Siro, writes Kaustubh Pandey, as Inter substitutes changed the game against Fiorentina.
Perhaps it’s time Edin Dzeko accepts his fate is to remain at Roma and Lee Bushe believes it’s a better outcome for all concerned.
Milan Skriniar appears to be on the way out of Inter, as Kaustubh Pandey explains why the Slovakian simply didn’t suit Antonio Conte’s tactics.
Mario Balotelli looks as if he’ll sign for Genoa and Richard Hall writes that this could be the perfect fit for both, although any harmony is likely to be short lived.
Milan entered the Europa League match against Bodo/Glimt severely under-strength, but proved they can win even without Zlatan Ibrahimovic, writes Vijay Rahaman.
La Dea have maintained the core of the side that drew plaudits both at home and abroad last season, and Owen Diana believes they can do even better in 2020-21.
Rosenborg shocked Milan in 1996 by winning at San Siro – and entered Norwegian football folklore. Martin Mork explains why Bodø/Glimt believe they can make history on Thursday…
Andrea Pirlo’s coaching career kicked off in practically perfect fashion and Vilizar Yakimov is already impressed by Il Maestro and his Juventus symphony.
Everyone knows how Andrea Pirlo played his football, but how will he set out his Juventus team? Elio Salerno looks at the tactical approach and return to 3-5-2 roots.