NEWS

Juventus are again forced to reshuffle for a tricky trip to Chievo, fielding a 4-3-3 system with Juan Cuadrado completing the trident.
Mario Pasalic is “very happy” to get his first start for Milan against Palermo this afternoon and thanked Coach Vincenzo Montella.
Milan aim to consolidate third place with their trip to a Palermo side in crisis, but are forced into changes upfront.
Dino Zoff said he does not “feel inferior” to Gigi Buffon and urged Juventus to “accept the Calciopoli ruling.”
Marcelino’s chances of becoming Inter Coach have suddenly plummeted due to his wage demands, as Stefano Pioli challenges Gianfranco Zola.
Sampdoria striker Luis Muriel wants to end his reputation for inconsistency. “I let people down, but this is the right year for me.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Chievo-Juventus, Palermo-Milan, Inter-Crotone, Sassuolo-Atalanta and Roma-Bologna.
Sebastian Giovinco stands up for MLS football at Toronto FC and hopes “sooner or later” he’ll get a call from the Italy squad.
Napoli are seeking a new centre-forward and reportedly prepared to offer £18m (€20m) for Newcastle United hitman Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Inter are expected to choose their new Coach today and it’s a two-horse race between Gianfranco Zola and Marcelino.
Udinese Coach Luigi Del Neri says his side now take more risks and play with more freedom than when he was first appointed.
Eusebio Di Francesco believes luck has deserted Sassuolo recently as they prepare to face Atalanta.
Gian Piero Gasperini says enthusiasm surrounding Atalanta’s recent form is normal, but wants his players to remain focused.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa believes his team are still developing and improving ahead of their match with Sampdoria.
Roberto De Zerbi insists he is excited by Palermo’s match with Milan and admires Rossoneri Coach Vincenzo Montella.
Empoli Coach Giovanni Martusciello does not believe his side’s clash with Pescara is a ‘crossroads.'
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Maurizio Sarri believes Napoli dominated Lazio and “are playing some of the best football of my tenure, but not converting our chances.”
Marek Hamsik warned Napoli distraction to concede an equaliser within 87 seconds against Lazio “must not happen again.”
Coach Simone Inzaghi felt Lazio fully deserved their 1-1 draw away to Napoli, “who are the best team in Italy,” and explained his tactics.
With Thomas Vermaelen’s injury, Roma have reportedly asked Real Madrid to take Nacho Fernandez on loan in January.
Keita Balde Diao was pleased with Lazio’s rapid comeback to draw 1-1 at Napoli and shrugged off Champions League talk.
Napoli saw their lead with a Marek Hamsik strike wiped out within 87 seconds, as Lazio took advantage of a Pepe Reina howler to draw 1-1.
Massimo Rastelli believes Cagliari have “a psychological issue” on their travels after a 5-1 defeat to Torino.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said the 5-1 victory over Cagliari was “our best performance. It was like Raging Bull!”
Inter are expected to make a decision on their new Coach on Sunday, as it’s between Marcelino and Gianfranco Zola.
Lucas Biglia praised Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi for being so tactically versatile ahead of tonight’s trip to Napoli.
Caretaker Coach Stefano Vecchi has brought Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa back into the Inter squad against Crotone.
Piotr Zielinski believes tonight’s clash with Lazio can be “the turning point” for Napoli’s season.
Torino made short work of Cagliari in a 5-1 thrashing with Andrea Belotti’s brace, Adem Ljajic, Marco Benassi and Daniele Baselli.
Manolo Gabbiadini is benched and Ciro Immobile starts against his hometown club as Napoli and Lazio go head-to-head for third place.
Rolando Maran warned Chievo “want to get points and can cause problems for everyone,” including Juventus tomorrow.
La Gazzetta dello Sport stand by their report on Gigi Buffon’s controversial comments to Juventus teammates, but warn there was no hint of lacking fair play.
Torino and Cagliari have been very prolific in recent weeks and go all-out in today’s early match with exciting trident attacks.
Verona continue to travel in fourth gear, but Cittadella, Spal and Perugia step up and Bari are embarrassed again.