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Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall asks if this Inter side really has what it takes to topple Juventus or does history already tell the story?
The problem of conceding from dead ball situations is not new at Juventus, nor is it solely a tactical issue, explains Elio Salerno.
It took just five matches for Milan’s mood to change from optimism to misery, as Vijay Rahaman wonders if they’ll ever get it together.
Antonio Conte’s men are exhibiting the mental fortitude usually lacking from Inter, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi, and Napoli could do with borrowing some.
Atalanta's Champions League humbling in Zagreb posed questions about their ambitions as a club, so Emmet Gates asks - are they too small to be big, or too big to be small?
After 1,228 days, Mario Balotelli will play in Serie A again tonight when Brescia host Juventus, so Emmet Gates wonders what version of the striker we’ll see.
We’re only four rounds in and already the Scudetto is a three-horse race, as Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall rounds up the weekend action.
After four rounds, Inter already look like a well-oiled Antonio Conte machine, writes Kaustubh Pandey, but Milan are just going through the motions.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at the Derby Della Madonnina and assesses why this time it’s much bigger than just an intercity rivalry.
Roma trashed Istanbul Basaksehir, but Lazio lost to CFR Cluj and Vilizar Yakimov saw the same patterns repeating themselves.
There were more positives than negatives in Madrid, as Juventus showed Elio Salerno what they are capable of once set plays are sorted.
Both Juventus and Atletico Madrid have transformed since their Champions League clash six months ago, explains Emmet Gates.
After falling short so many times, Anthony Barbagallo believes the win against Liverpool shows Napoli finally have the right Champions League mentality.
Napoli may have a rather different squad to last season unlike Liverpool, but the Partenopei must be wary of the Reds’ new-found steel, writes Sam Wilson.
Liverpool should not be warning their fans to avoid Napoli ultras, but rather encourage a twinning of two very similar cities, writes Susy Campanale.
Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks back on an incredible Week 3 in Serie A, with a war of words between Inter and Juventus erupting, plus Bologna pulling off a mighty comeback.
It was a result with very different sensations for Fiorentina, Juventus and the Scudetto rivals, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Despite strong interest from Juventus, Fiorentina somehow managed to keep Federico Chiesa and Vilizar Yakimov thinks both player and club will benefit.

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