Crotone are reportedly considering Roberto D’Aversa to replace Giovanni Stroppa, who has two matches to save his job at the Ezio Scida.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from today’s five Serie A games, including Cagliari-Crotone, Benevento-Napoli, Fiorentina-Udinese and Juventus-Verona.
It was a lunchtime thriller in Sardinia, as Cagliari fought back to beat 10-man Crotone 4-2 with some particularly spectacular strikes.
Cagliari coach Eusebio Di Francesco praised his side's reaction after the Sardinians' 4-2 win over Crotone.
It was a hugely entertaining early game on Sunday with five goals in the first half, but Crotone never recovered after Luca Cigarini’s red card.
COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Italy, so Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte ordered new limits on sport, playing games behind closed doors again.
Cagliari coach Eusebio Di Francesco has Diego Godin back against Crotone on Sunday and assures he appreciates the importance of ‘defensive organisation.’
Giovanni Stroppa believes Crotone have benefited from their self-isolation ahead of the trip to Cagliari. ‘We got to know each other better.’
Tuttosport claims Marco Giampaolo has until the next national break to convince Torino, lining up Davide Nicola and Roberto Donadoni as possible alternatives.
The Disciplinary Commission has handed Federico Chiesa a one-match suspension after the red card against Crotone.
Crotone’s midfielder Junior Messias was named MVP of Crotone Juventus and says: ‘If they'd told me, I wouldn't have believed it.’
Nigerian Serie A strikers Victor Osimhen and Nwanwko Simy scored a goal each against Atalanta and Juventus respectively and celebrated by showing a shirt against Nigeria’s Police brutality.
Juventus were held to a 1-1 draw by Crotone after a Simy spot-kick, but Alvaro Morata scored one, had another chalked offside and saw Federico Chiesa controversially sent off.
Giovanni Stroppa was left feeling ‘regret’ after Crotone’s 1-1 draw with 10-man Juventus. ‘After their disallowed goal, we got a little scared.’
Andrea Pirlo is ready to ‘take risks’ in order for Juventus to learn on the job after a 1-1 draw with Crotone. ‘It’ll be a battle, but I’m confident we’ll end up on top.’
Federico Chiesa had a dramatic Juventus debut, providing an assist for Alvaro Morata and getting sent off in the 1-1 draw away to Crotone.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from this Serie A Super Saturday, with Napoli-Atalanta, Inter-Milan, Sampdoria-Lazio and Crotone-Juventus.
Federico Chiesa makes his Juventus debut from the start against Crotone, partnering Alvaro Morata and Dejan Kulusevski, as COVID-19 hits both teams.
Gigi Buffon is expected to start for Juventus this evening, marking his 24th professional season and 650th Serie A appearance.
Aaron Ramsey, Alex Sandro, Cristiano Ronaldo and Weston McKennie are out of the Juventus squad to face Crotone, but Federico Chiesa could debut.