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Juventus continue to grind out results the way they always have and Anthony Barbagallo is happy to wait for Cristiano Ronaldo fireworks.
Gennaro Gattuso’s Milan showed signs of effective football, but Matthew Santangelo claims the Rossoneri must work to sustain it over a full 90 minutes.
Eusebio Di Francesco’s new and youthful Roma begins to take shape, writes Nick Valerio, but how long will the bright young things remain?
Both Milan and Inter continue to fritter away leads and show a worrying mental weakness to waste pre-season confidence, writes Emmet Gates.
Cristiano Ronaldo is yet to celebrate a goal for Juventus. Adam Digby takes a look at the prolonged wait for that elusive maiden strike.
Roma's 3-3 draw with Atalanta rounded out a weekend of sparkling Calcio and Giancarlo Rinaldi is loving this devil-may-care Serie A.
Inter don't lack quality, writes Richard Hall, but they must overcome the mental block which saw them collapse against Torino.
Do Napoli deserve more credit for fighting back or Milan largely take the blame for fumbling a 2-0 lead? Richard Hall on a dramatic Stadio San Paolo clash.
Ciro Immobile has found his niche at Lazio, but Alasdair Mackenzie argues the club didn't find suitable back-up when it had the chance.
It feels like a very long time since Carlo Ancelotti had Milan at the top of world football, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Gonzalo Higuain makes his Milan debut against old club Napoli, but Daryl Hammond notes the years have barely dimmed their bitter grudge.
Simone Zaza joins Torino from Valencia after a series of flops and this time he simply must deliver, writes Nick Valerio.
Eusebio Di Francesco may be one of Italy's rising stars, but Andrea Tallarita believes his true colours are hard to discern.
Against a backdrop of Ronaldo fever and courtroom drama, the team that finished fourth last year could be the biggest Serie A storyline, writes Scott Fleming.
Real Madrid have reported Inter to FIFA for allegedly tapping up Luka Modric, but Livio Caferoglu believes Los Blancos have made themselves a laughing stock.
Inter’s much-acclaimed mercato was followed by defeat to Sassuolo on the opening day. Richard Hall warns the Nerazzurri must use it as a wake-up call...
The new-look Napoli ultimately isn't that different to Maurizio Sarri's side, as Carlo Ancelotti puts a spin on Sarriball, writes Alasdair Mackenzie.
Juventus invested in Cristiano Ronaldo, but Richard Hall predicts the tightest Scudetto race in decades, as Inter, Roma, Napoli and Milan also reinforced.

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