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With the Europa League off their back, Napoli have one less problem in their road towards the Scudetto, writes Ramez Nathan.
It was a painfully familiar tale in Ukraine, as Roma lost control at the first sign of trouble, but Emmet Gates sees hope thanks to Alisson.
Roma and Serie A fans did not expect Cengiz Ünder to become a key figure so quickly, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
While Luciano Spalletti hits out at those who said they were fortunate, Richard Hall notes Inter are playing like a side who believed they were riding their luck
Paulo Fonseca’s men host Roma in the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16, so Vilizar Yakimov outlines what to watch out for in Kharkiv.
After hearing Dutch defender Stefan de Vrij will be leaving Lazio as a free agent, several top clubs line up for his signature, writes Matthew Santangelo
Serie A is set to be transformed by the new TV rights deal and Juventus will be the biggest losers, writes Emmet Gates.
Roma seal an important win, but it’s the Giallorossi’s Turkish delight who stole the show yet again, writes Jack Stevens
If Walter Mazzarri manages to beat Juventus, he’ll become a Torino and Napoli hero in one fell swoop, writes Richard Hall.
Milan get off on the right foot in the Round of 32, but it was a mixed bag for the rest of their Italian counterparts, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Napoli, Milan, Lazio and Atalanta begin their Europa League knockout rounds tonight, so Vilizar Yakimov analyses who could - and should - go all the way.
After 10 minutes, Juventus looked ready to dispel all the tired tropes, writes Adam Digby, only to fall straight back into them against Tottenham Hotspur.
Gonzalo Higuain faces one of Europe’s most revered strikers in Harry Kane and needs a big performance of his own, explains Nick Valerio. 
Blaise Matuidi’s injury will force Juventus to reshuffle against Tottenham Hotspur's high press, so Gregory Caltabanis examines the options
Tottenham Hotspur's previous meetings with Serie A sides have always been intense and uncertain affairs, notes Giancarlo Rinaldi, so Juventus beware.
A poor first half and an absolutely stunning second revealed Napoli’s two faces in their emphatic 4-1 victory against Lazio, writes Vilizar Yakimov. 
Tottenham Hotspur already stunned Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund, so Juventus ought to be wary of Harry Kane and co, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
The stage was set for Federico Bernardeschi's return to the Stadio Franchi, writes Emmet Gates, and Juventus breezed round obstacles to beat Fiorentina.