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Sunday March 6 2011
Redknapp: 'We'll have a go at Milan'

Harry Redknapp and Jermain Defoe insist Tottenham will continue to attack Milan, even though a draw would be enough to qualify.

Spurs won the first leg 1-0 at San Siro and welcome the Rossoneri to White Hart Lane on Wednesday for a place in the Champions League quarter-final.

“When you have that advantage in a two-legged game, if you sit back and think you have the lead then you find yourself in trouble,” said Redknapp.

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Sunday March 6 2011
Boateng out of Spurs trip?

There's the very real risk Kevin-Prince Boateng could miss Milan's trip to Tottenham after he left the Olimpico on crutches.

The Rossoneri will attempt to overturn their 1-0 first leg defeat in the Champions League on Wednesday and Boateng had been a favourite to start.

However, he limped off at half-time during last night's 1-0 victory away to Juventus and left the Stadio Olimpico on crutches.

Boateng accidentally clashed with Felipe Melo, receiving a very hard kick to the ankle, which seemed to twist in an unnatural fashion.

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Sunday March 6 2011
Boateng ankle sprain confirmed

Kevin-Prince Boateng is effectively out of Milan's clash with Tottenham after spraining his ankle.

The Ghana international limped off at half-time during last night's 1-0 win over Juventus following an accidental collision that seemed to turn his ankle.

“Chief medic Dr. Gianluca Melegati announces that today Boateng underwent tests confirming the right ankle sprain,” read a statement on the club website.

“The player will be monitored daily to evaluate the progress of his condition.”

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Saturday March 5 2011
Del Neri: 'Juve-Milan is decisive'

Gigi Del Neri concedes tonight's clash with Milan “is decisive for everyone,” but remains confident of his future at Juventus.

“This match is decisive for everyone,” declared the Coach ahead of this evening's showdown.

“We are coming off a less than positive period of form and this game arrives at the right time, because it brings great motivation and enthusiasm. We know that we are facing a competitive side that deserves to be top of the table.”

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Saturday March 5 2011
Tardelli: 'Milan are Juve's last chance'

Former Juventus legend and current Republic of Ireland assistant manager Marco Tardelli gives his views on tonight's “Last Chance Saloon” with Milan.

“At this moment it's a lot easier for Milan than Juventus. For the Bianconeri it is the Last Chance Saloon, not just for European qualification, but also in terms of confidence,” he told TuttoMercatoWeb.

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Saturday March 5 2011
Boateng makes Scudetto pledge

Kevin-Prince Boateng is expected to start against Juventus this evening and promised a spectacular goal celebration for Milan.

“If I score the goal that wins us the Scudetto, then prepare yourselves: I'm going to dance on the pitch like Michael Jackson!”

The Ghana international also has other plans to mark his time spent at Milan, especially as he is still co-owned by Genoa.

“I hope to stay here, even if 50 per cent of my contract is with Genoa. Scudetto, Champions League, Coppa Italia: why set limits?

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Saturday March 5 2011
Pato in doubt for Juventus start

Alexandre Pato is in doubt for tonight's Juventus-Milan match, as he is suffering from flu symptoms.

The Brazilian hitman was expected to start at the Stadio Olimpico in Turin at 19.45 UK time.

However, reports suggest Pato is struggling with flu symptoms and running a temperature, so is not at his best.

It is possible he could be rested ahead of the Champions League trip to face Tottenham, so Antonio Cassano is next in line.

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Saturday March 5 2011
Milan and Inter prepare Pepe proposal

Milan and Inter are gearing up for a proposal after rumours filtered through Pepe has refused to renew his contract with Real Madrid.

The Portuguese centre-back has long been a target for Serie A sides, but is now on the market for the summer.

He is in negotiations with Real to extend the contract that expires in June 2012 and requested a salary that matches teammates Mezut Ozil and Karim Benzema.

Instead, the Spanish club have offered €3.5m per season and it's reported the 28-year-old rejected this proposal.

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Saturday March 5 2011
Line-ups: Cassano-Ibra in Turin

Alexandre Pato is out of tonight's showdown due to a flu virus, so Antonio Cassano, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Zlatan Ibrahimovic face Juventus.

Pato has reportedly gone back to Milan along with Massimo Oddo, as both are running a temperature.

The Brazilian was set to start, but has instead been replaced by Cassano to complete the trident with Boateng and former Juventus striker Ibrahimovic.

As Cassano is cup-tied, this formation rests Robinho for Wednesday's Champions League trip to Tottenham.

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Saturday March 5 2011
Rino celebrates end of goal drought

Gennaro Gattuso was overjoyed at his first goal in three years to sink Juventus, “but there's a long, hard road ahead of us towards the Scudetto.”

The gritty midfielder hadn't hit the back of the net since January 1998, but got the only goal in Turin this evening.

“The goal is very important, but there's a long, hard road ahead of us towards the Scudetto,” he told Sky Italia television.

“We are now eight points ahead of Inter again, but tomorrow evening I'm sure it'll be five points.

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