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Tuesday July 14 2020
Valeri ref for Sassuolo-Juventus

Paolo Valeri will officiate the match between Sassuolo and Juventus, while Rosario Abisso takes Udinese-Lazio and Marco Piccinini works on Bologna-Napoli.

The AIA (Italian Referees’ Association) assigned the officials for Wednesday’s Serie A Week 33 matches.

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Monday July 13 2020
Serie A: 'We want fans back'

Lega Serie A says it is ‘hopeful’ stadiums will be partially reopened to fans before the end of the season.

All 20 Serie A clubs held an assembly meeting today and the first topic of discussion was Sky’s refusal to pay its last instalment of TV rights money for 2019-20, in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Monday July 13 2020
Juventus in Locatelli talks?

Juventus are reportedly targeting Sassuolo midfielder Manuel Locatelli this summer and Tuttosport claims the two clubs are negotiating.

The Turin based newspaper has pointed out that the value of Locatelli is set at €25m by the Neroverdi, but the Old Lady are looking to include Hans Nicolussi Caviglia to lower the amount.

Check out the betting preview for Sassuolo v Juventus on Eurotips.co.uk.

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Sunday July 12 2020
Raspadori: 'Aguero is my idol'

Sassuolo striker Giacomo Raspadori said scoring his debut Serie A goal against Lazio made it ‘the best day of my life’ and he dreams of emulating idol Sergio Aguero.

The 20-year-old was surprisingly in the XI at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday, his first Serie A start after five substitute appearances in the top flight.

His first goal was disallowed using VAR, but he got his name on the scoresheet eventually in a 2-1 victory.

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Sunday July 12 2020
Cuadrado suspended against Sassuolo

Juan Cuadrado is suspended for the next Juventus match against Sassuolo, leaving the Bianconeri with a shortage of full-backs.

The Colombia international was booked during last night’s 2-2 draw with Atalanta, activating a ban for his accumulation of yellow cards.

He is the only player suspended from Saturday’s fixtures, which also included Lazio-Sassuolo and Brescia-Roma.

It leaves Juve without Cuadrado, plus injured Mattia De Sciglio, Merih Demiral and Sami Khedira, for Wednesday night's match at the Mapei Stadium.

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Sunday July 12 2020
Immobile: 'Fans have short memories'

Ciro Immobile has asked the Lazio fans who insulted his family to ‘leave them alone. Some probably have short memories.’

Immobile failed to score in his second successive game yesterday, failing to prevent Lazio from a 2-1 defeat to Sassuolo.

Writing on Instagram after the game, the 30-year-old claimed he and his family had been targeted by Aquile supporters.

“Some probably have short memories, therefore I ask you all to leave my family alone,” he said.

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Saturday July 11 2020
Highlights: Lazio 1-2 Sassuolo

Sassuolo came back from a goal down to snatch a late victory at the Stadio Olimpico, as Lazio fell to a third straight defeat and Giacomo Raspadori got his debut Serie A goal.

There was early drama this afternoon, as 20-year-old Raspadori thought he’d scored on his first Serie A start, but the goal was ruled offside, as Marco Parolo was not judged to have played the ball.

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Saturday July 11 2020
Liveblog: Serie A Wk32 Super Saturday

Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three fascinating Serie A games, as Lazio host on-form Sassuolo, Roma visit Brescia and it’s first against third in Juventus-Atalanta.

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Saturday July 11 2020
Report: Lazio locker room row

There are reports of a bitter row in the Lazio locker room after the 2-1 defeat to Sassuolo, particularly between Francesco Acerbi and members of staff.

This was the Aquile’s third consecutive defeat and coach Simone Inzaghi had very limited choices due to the injury crisis.

According to Sport Mediaset, it was a fiery discussion in the dressing room after the final whistle at the Stadio Olimpico this afternoon.

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Saturday July 11 2020
Inzaghi: 'Scudetto talk always a stretch'

Simone Inzaghi admits Lazio ‘have to look reality in the face’ after their 2-1 home defeat to Sassuolo. ‘Talking about the Scudetto was always a stretch.’

The Biancocelesti suffered a third consecutive defeat, having taken the lead at the Olimpico through Luis Alberto, only to be out-played by Sassuolo in the second half.

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