Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including Genoa-Juventus, Lazio-Parma, Napoli-Udinese and the Milan Derby.
Napoli give Germany international Amin Younes a rare start, as Fabian Ruiz is out with flu for today’s home match against Udinese.
Max Allegri hopes the first Serie A defeat of the season can “wake Juventus up, but there’s no need to make a drama” of the loss to Genoa.
Stefano Sturaro admits he “only realised after a few minutes what had happened” after scoring for Genoa’s victory over parent club Juventus.
Juventus have seen several records shattered with their shock 2-0 defeat to Genoa, ending a 31-round unbeaten streak, but their first away loss since November 2017.
Juventus have lost their Serie A unbeaten record with a shock 2-0 defeat to Genoa, with late goals from Goran Pandev and their former player Stefano Sturaro.
Pavel Nedved confirmed Max Allegri and Juventus President Andrea Agnelli “agreed to set aside talk of the future until achieving our objectives.”
Joao Cancelo warns the “magical night” against Atletico Madrid is behind them now and Juventus must focus on beating Genoa.
Marco Materazzi gave his views on the Milan Derby, the Mauro Icardi situation and why Beppe Marotta is “not used to” dealing with refereeing controversy.
Juventus are without Cristiano Ronaldo for their early trip to Genoa, but move to 3-5-2 with Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic and Alex Sandro.
Some Juventus and even Genoa supporters have reportedly demanded refunds on their tickets after Cristiano Ronaldo was left out of the game.
Cesare Prandelli assures Juventus are “not invincible” in Serie A and Genoa can take points off them again in today’s early game.
Giovanni Trapattoni celebrates his 80th birthday today and all lovers of Calcio should salute a true Italian football icon.
Max Allegri hinted at many changes when Juventus visit Genoa tomorrow, resting Cristiano Ronaldo, and warned against underestimating Ajax.
Cristiano Ronaldo is not even in the Juventus squad travelling to Genoa for Sunday’s Serie A match.
An internal source claims the Inter dressing room is “split into three factions” and Mauro Icardi was defending his teammates from Coach Luciano Spalletti’s “hysterical” critiques.
There are increasing reports in Spain that Atletico Madrid will ask UEFA to investigate Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo for his ‘offensive’ celebration.
Blaise Matuidi praised Juventus Coach Max Allegri for his man-management skills, Cristiano Ronaldo’s work ethic and explained his goal celebration.
Real Madrid are so impressed by Roma midfielder Nicolò Zaniolo that they are prepared to offer €60m, according to the Corriere dello Sport.
Juventus hope to use the Champions League quarter-finals against Ajax to lay the groundwork for a Matthijs de Ligt transfer, it’s reported.