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After last weekend’s slip-up against Roma, Napoli cannot afford another false step against Inter at San Siro, writes Matthew Santangelo.
While Juventus can aim for the Treble, Napoli ensure Max Allegri cannot take his eye off the Serie A ball first, writes Richard Thomas.
Inter have been found wanting mentally and technically since the end of last year, but Richard Hall believes a move back to basics is just what’s needed against Napoli.
This season has been one of change in Turin but, as Adam Digby explains, the Old Lady went back to her tried and trusted methods at Wembley.
The years go by and Marco Verratti hasn’t matured, developed or learned, writes Daryl Hammond. Is this the best he’ll ever be?
Opposing No. 10s Paulo Dybala and Dele Alli will play a key role at Wembley when Juventus take on Tottenham, writes Nick Valerio.
Juventus' last-gasp win at Lazio and Napoli's 4-2 defeat to Roma not only turned the title tide, but also dealt the Partenopei some harsh lessons, writes Emmet Gates.
When a defeat is described as a catastrophe, football can't find the words to describe Fiorentina captain Davide Astori's passing, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Napoli received a potentially fatal double blow in the Scudetto race from Juventus and Roma, but Giancarlo Rinaldi assures it's by no means over yet.
Milan needed a man who could rforge a team and unite the fans. They found him in the unexpected form of Gennaro Gattuso, writes Adam Summerton.
The boys from Bergamo both headed to San Siro, but Jack Stevens looks at how Franck Kessie and Roberto Gagliardini have fared so far.
When Milan toiled, Inter triumphed, and vice versa, as Richard Hall prepares for an unpredictable Derby della Madonnina
Dries Mertens and Mauro Icardi are not just two of the most lethal strikers in Europe, as both define their team’s playing styles, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Still in contention in Serie A, the Europa League and Coppa Italia, Nick Valerio believes the Biancocelesti should fear no one.
Max Allegri may be at pains to say otherwise, but Gaby McKay feels Juventus and their fans do expect the Champions League this year.
Even the most optimistic of Milan fans didn't think Gennaro Gattuso would transform them tactically as well as psychologically, writes Susy Campanale.
Once the doyens of Calcio neutrals, the Flying Donkeys now float along doing the bare minimum to survive in Serie A, writes Richard Hall. 
Primavera graduate Patrick Cutrone has been the spark that has ignited the Rossoneri amid a €200m spending spree, writes Matthew Santangelo.

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