ATALANTA NEWS

Luciano Spalletti insists it is “not a problem” that Inter drew 0-0 with Atalanta and fired blanks for the third round in a row.
Gian Piero Gasperini said Atalanta faced Inter “with enthusiasm and courage, even if it meant taking a few risks” in this evening’s draw.
Joao Miranda is not at all happy with Inter’s 0-0 away to Atalanta. “It’s a terrible draw. We really needed to win here. It’s not enough.”
It was a game of two halves in Bergamo, as Atalanta dominated the first, Inter had the better of the second, and it ended goalless.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s four Serie A games, including a Cagliari-Udinese dogfight and Atalanta-Inter.
Papu Gomez feels Atalanta have rediscovered their verve in the fight for European football and notes facing Inter “means a lot to the fans.”
Mauro Icardi is eager to end his “dry run and bad luck” by finding the net for Inter against Atalanta in Bergamo this evening.
Inter move Joao Cancelo into a more advanced role with Rafinha and Mauro Icardi, while Atalanta start 19-year-old striker Musa Barrow.
Cast your minds back to 2006, Italy had just won the World Cup and calcio was rocked by by the infamous Calciopoli scandal.
Gian Piero Gasperini has a decimated Atalanta side for this evening’s meeting with Inter. “It’s a fixture eagerly awaited all year.”
As Serie A hurtles toward the end of the season, Football Italia picks out five things to watch in Week 32.
Inter are still without Matias Vecino, as Luciano Spalletti names his squad to face Atalanta.
Luciano Spalletti insists whether Inter qualify for the Champions League next season ‘depends on us’, despite being out of the top four.
Sassuolo look set to win the race for Italy Under-21 international central defender Marco Varnier.
Paolo Mazzoleni has been assigned to the Derby della Capitale between Lazio and Roma, as the referees are announced for Week 32 of Serie A.
Suso warns Milan “100 per cent have to win” against Sassuolo to make the most of slip-ups elsewhere.
SPAL Coach Leonardo Semplici insists they “deserved more” from a 1-1 draw with Atalanta, especially after a soft equalising penalty.
Gian Piero Gasperini maintains the 1-1 draw with SPAL was “a fair result” and not something Atalanta should underestimate either.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from four Serie A games, including Benevento-Juventus, Roma-Fiorentina and Sampdoria-Genoa.
Atalanta converted a soft penalty in the final stages to hold SPAL 1-1 in Ferrara, but the relegation battlers extend their unbeaten run to five rounds.