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.
SPAL host Atalanta today and Coach Leonardo Semplici again assures they will “not change our identity” for any opponent.
Gian Piero Gasperini admits Atalanta need three points against Spal “to recover what we lost” in the defeat to Sampdoria.
Michael Fabbri will referee Fiorentina’s trip to Roma, as the officials for Week 31 are announced.
Davide Ballardini believes the race to avoid relegation will go down to the wire after Genoa were held 1-1 by 10-man SPAL.
Leonardo Semplici says SPAL’s 1-1 draw at Genoa, in which they conceded two penalties and played for over an hour with 10 men, should give his side ‘strength and self-belief.’
Join us for all the action from today’s 10 Serie A games, including Bologna-Roma, Inter-Verona, Sassuolo-Napoli and Juventus-Milan.
Lazio fought back from a scare to crush 10-man Benevento 6-2, while Inter made short work of Verona, Torino conquered Cagliari and SPAL held Genoa.
Check out all this afternoon’s official Serie A line-ups, including Inter-Verona, Lazio-Benevento and Fiorentina-Crotone.
Paolo Mazzoleni has been confirmed as the referee for Saturday’s Serie A showdown between Juventus and Milan.
SPAL and Italy Under-21 goalkeeper Alex Meret has no desire to push Gigi Buffon off the international scene. “He still deserves to be first choice.”
Alberico Evani has named the line-up for his first friendly in charge of the Italy Under-21 international side against Norway.
The Lega Serie A has officially confirmed the suspensions for Week 30, with Torino’s M’Baye Niang among those banned.
From Mauro Icardi making history to Napoli keeping the Scudetto race alive, here are the five things we learned from Week 29's Serie A action.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho said they’ll “face every game as it they were finals” after Juventus were held to a draw by SPAL.
Max Allegri admits Juventus didn’t match SPAL’s determination and “it’s only human to miss a beat and lack energy once in a while.”
Leonardo Semplici said SPAL “deserve credit” for stopping Juventus and believes they have finally settled into their Serie A surroundings.
SPAL striker Mirco Antenucci thanked the fans at the Stadio Mazza and admits their draw with Juventus was “something to be proud of.”
Leaders Juventus saw their run of 12 consecutive Serie A victories grind to a halt, as SPAL more than earned their stalemate.