Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi believes his side can perform even better in the second half of the season - “we can always improve”.
Jasmin Kurtic could leave Atalanta in the January transfer window, with interest from Chievo, SPAL and Cagliari.
The referees have been assigned for Serie A Week 20, including Paolo Valeri for Fiorentina-Inter and Marco Guida for Roma-Atalanta.
There are three players suspended for Week 20 of Serie A, as Crotone, Roma, Milan and Verona receive fines.
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Marco Giampaolo couldn’t celebrate Sampdoria’s last-gasp win over SPAL, because he was so angry at the state of their “disgusting” pitch.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s nine Serie A games, including Fiorentina-Milan, Roma-Sassuolo, Inter-Lazio and Verona-Juventus.
Roma were pegged back by Sassuolo with a late disallowed goal, Cagliari stunned Atalanta, Sampdoria left it late and Benevento made history.
Check out all the official line-ups for today’s six Serie A afternoon games, including Roma-Sassuolo, Torino-Genoa and Atalanta-Cagliari.
Duvan Zapata is out of Sampdoria’s encounter with SPAL, but Karol Linetty returns to the fold after his injury.
SPAL will reportedly resurrect their interest in Milan midfielder Manuel Locatelli next month.
With the winter break coming later in Serie A this year, some sides appear to be struggling with the furious pace at the top.
Join us for all the action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Napoli-Sampdoria, Sassuolo-Inter, Milan-Atalanta and Juventus-Roma.
Sinisa Mihajlovic blasted his Torino side after they let a two-goal lead slip at SPAL.
Leonardo Semplici was both critical and proud of his SPAL players after they fought back to claim a 2-2 draw with Torino.
Napoli fought back twice to beat Sampdoria in a 3-2 thriller, but Inter fell to a second straight defeat at Sassuolo and Benevento crumbled again.
Check out all the line-ups from today’s afternoon Serie A kick-offs, including Napoli-Sampdoria, Sassuolo-Inter and SPAL-Torino.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warns his Torino side not to underestimate Spal - “if we don’t play at our best, we could be beaten”.
Sinisa Mihajlovic celebrated Torino’s Coppa Italia surprise against Roma. “With this attitude, defensive solidity and attacking football, we can do great things.”
SPAL announced they have secured the financing to revamp the Stadio Paolo Mazza and increase the capacity to 16,000.