Six matches in Serie A Week 26 will be carried out behind closed doors, including the Scudetto battle between Juventus-Inter on Sunday.
Bologna are reportedly ready to reward their forward Rodrigo Palacio with a contract extension of one year until June 2021.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three Serie A games, Bologna-Udinese, leaders Juventus visit SPAL and a fascinating Fiorentina-Milan.
Bologna assistant manager Emilio De Leo reveals Sinisa Mihajlovic thought they “deserved to win” after a 1-1 draw with Udinese.
Udinese coach Luca Gotti was disappointed with his players after the stoppage-time Bologna equaliser. “I didn’t like our second half attitude at all.”
Rodrigo Palacio snatched a stoppage-time equaliser to prevent Bologna’s second home defeat in a row, cancelling out Stefano Okaka’s header for Udinese.
Bologna’s injury crisis goes from bad to worse, as goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski has been ruled out against Udinese today with flu symptoms.
Udinese coach Luca Gotti says Bologna are "on a different level" compared to last season, and he still "has doubts" on who will start against the Rossoblu tomorrow.
Andrea Poli has warned Bologna about “underestimating” Udinese ahead of another “opportunity to strengthen our position” in Serie A.
Emilio De Leo has claimed Bologna are prepared to cope without a long list of absent key members against Udinese but concedes that “it will require a lot of character”.
Bologna have confirmed midfielder Mattias Svanberg will be out for approximately a month after a left thigh strain.
Gianpaolo Calvarese will officiate Fiorentina-Milan this weekend, with Maurizio Mariani for Inter-Sampdoria and Federico La Penna is assigned to SPAL-Juventus.
Hellas Verona have announced that Fabio Borini is out with a muscle injury but haven’t confirmed the extent of the problem he picked up against Udinese.
Luca Gotti has claimed he will only be “satisfied” when Udinese “achieve their target” of salvation and admitted he can’t say if he is the right man for the job.
Verona coach ivan Juric says his side produced “a great performance” despite the goalless draw with Udinese.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including Juventus-Brescia, Sampdoria-Fiorentina, Cagliari-Napoli and Lazio-Inter.
Verona extended their unbeaten run to nine rounds and forced some very difficult Juan Musso saves, while Udinese saw their goal ruled offside in this 0-0 draw.
Verona coach Ivan Juric says his team must “treat Udinese like they are Real Madrid,” and warned of complacency after beating Juventus last weekend.
FIGC are ready to “intensify” the use of VAR and the “on-field review” to help avoid “instrumental controversies” in Serie A, and opened for a future "challenge" rule.
Udinese coach Luca Gotti says he’s “happy” to have walked away from Brescia with a point.