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Saturday September 14 2019
Fofana: 'Udinese think positive'

Seko Fofana asked Udinese to “be positive and give 100 per cent” to stop Serie A leaders Inter at San Siro this evening.

It kicks off at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“We haven’t had much time to prepare after the break for international duty, but there are no calculations to make today. We simply have to give 100 per cent in order to pick up points,” the midfielder told Inter TV.

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Saturday September 14 2019
Skriniar: 'Inter must take charge'

Milan Skriniar urged Inter to “prove we are taking charge of the situation” with a strong start against Udinese.

It kicks off at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“We really want to get back out there, especially in front of our own fans,” the defender told Inter TV.

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Saturday September 14 2019
Line-ups: Inter v Udinese

Inter try to maintain their perfect start to the season by hosting Udinese and move Matteo Politano up alongside Romelu Lukaku.

It kicks off at San Siro at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).

You can follow the build -up and action as it happens from this game, Fiorentina-Juventus and Napoli-Sampdoria on the LIVEBLOG.

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Saturday September 14 2019
Inter change of system?

Antonio Conte is reportedly considering an Inter switch to 3-4-2-1 against Udinese, with Matteo Politano and Stefano Sensi supporting Romelu Lukaku.

It kicks off at San Siro this evening at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

As Lautaro Martinez returned late from international duty in Argentina, where he scored a hat-trick against Mexico, the striker is likely to be rested.

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Saturday September 14 2019
Lukaku targets Nyers record

Romelu Lukaku will attempt to make history tonight as only the second player since Istvan Nyers in 1948-49 to score in his first three Serie A games for Inter.

The Nerazzurri host Udinese at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

Belgium international Lukaku has made quite an impact since joining from Manchester United for €65m plus bonuses.

He found the net against both Lecce and Cagliari, but this evening could secure a goal in each of his first three Serie A games for Inter.

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Friday September 13 2019
Tudor: 'Conte among best in world'

Igor Tudor can’t wait for Udinese to face Inter at San Siro tomorrow. “Antonio Conte is a friend and one of the best Coaches in the world.”

It kicks off on Saturday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

The Friulani had a mixed start to the season, beating Milan in the opening weekend, then fumbling a lead in their home defeat to Parma.

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Friday September 13 2019
Conte: Udinese 'game of our lives'

Antonio Conte describes Udinese as "the game of our lives" as the Inter boss pledges to "help Alexis Sanchez get back to being the Alexis we all know."

Inter host Udinese on their return to Serie A action tomorrow, hoping to make it three wins out of three, and Conte is prepared for a ‘challenging’ run of fixtures.

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Thursday September 12 2019
Serie A Week 3 referees

The referees for Serie A Week 3 are announced as Massimiliano Irrati will officiate the clash between Fiorentina and Juventus.

Irrati [pictured, right] is one of Italy’s most experienced referees and was the VAR for the World Cup Final last year.

Elsewhere, Milan’s trip to Verona will be overseen by Gianluca Manganiello, Maurizio Mariani will take charge of Inter-Udinese and Federico La Penna is the man in the middle for Napoli’s visit of Sampdoria. 

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Wednesday September 11 2019
Conte all-time top Serie A earner

Antonio Conte is reportedly the highest-paid Coach in Serie A history on €11m per year at Inter, double the salary of second-placed Maurizio Sarri of Juventus.

La Gazzetta dello Sport drew up a list of this season’s top-earning tacticians and found that not only was Conte leading the way for the 2019-20 campaign, but also the history of Italian football.

Conte is believed to pick up €11m per year net to sit on the Inter bench, which is double the €5.5m that Sarri earns at Juventus.

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Tuesday September 10 2019
Revealed: Serie A's highest earners

Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is Serie A’s runaway highest earner on €31m a season, with Matthijs de Ligt and Romelu Lukaku already second and third.

An investigation by Gazzetta dello Sport discovered Serie A was spending €1.36bn on gross salaries – the most in the League’s history.

That is chiefly down to Ronaldo’s extravagant income of almost €600,000 a week and Juve’s wage bill of €294m – more than double that of nearest challengers Inter (€139m).

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