Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s two Serie A games, as Juventus visit Crotone and Milan are in Bologna.
The controversy from Juventus-Inter rumbles on, as the Lega Serie A defends its television director.
Juventus make changes for their trip to Serie A newcomers Crotone, giving Marko Pjaca his first start for the club and Dani Alves a full comeback.
Former Inter Coach Luigi Simoni speaks of “a dark past” but now “Juventus are the best team”.
As Einstein made an appearance in Bergamo and Juve extended their winning home run to an incredible 28, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 23.
Juventus midfielder Hernanes has bid farewell to Italy on his Instagram account ahead of his move to China.
Miralem Pjanic reveals that his Juventus side are 'on the right road' to a sixth consecutive title win.
Valeri Bojinov announces that a ‘deal has been done’ between former side Juventus and current team Partisan Belgrade for Nikola Milenkovic.
Former Juventus forward Valeri Bojinov admits Pavel Nedved was 'like a brother to him' during his time with the Bianconeri.
Atalanta owner Antonio Percassi admits the deal that saw Mattia Caldara sign for Juventus was 'mutually beneficial'.
Luciano Spalletti urged Roma to believe in the Scudetto after crushing Fiorentina 4-0. “Look what happened in the Super Bowl…”
Antonio Rudiger warned Roma see second place as “the minimum objective, but we are aiming higher” ahead of Fiorentina match.
Keita Balde Diao reportedly has no intention of renewing his Lazio contract, so will be sold over the summer.
Crotone President Raffaele Vrenna will “try to make Napoli fans happy” by halting Juventus tomorrow. “I hope they play the Champions League Final.”
Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas “won’t stop” Alexandre Lacazette seeking a new club after the Juventus target said he wanted a change.
Inter will be without Marcelo Brozovic for several weeks, as he sustained a broken toe against Juventus.
Former Inter general manager Ernesto Paolillo discusses the refereeing in Juventus-Inter - “if the roles were reversed…”
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri warns the Scudetto race won’t be over if his side goes seven points clear.
Marko Pjaca could be given his first Juventus start against Crotone, confirms Massimiliano Allegri.
Marko Pjaca was preparing to come on during the win over Inter, but instead Dani Alves replaced the Swiss full-back.