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Sunday July 5 2020
Liveblog: Serie A Week 30 Super Sunday

Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s seven Serie A games, including Inter-Bologna, Cagliari-Atalanta, Parma-Fiorentina and Napoli-Roma.

If you are on a mobile device or tablet, then follow the Liveblog HERE.

And if you fancy a punt, then check out the betting previews for this weekend’s Serie A games on Eurotips.co.uk.

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Saturday July 4 2020
Di Biagio: 'SPAL still burning'

Luigi Di Biagio admits SPAL are ‘still burning’ after last-minute setbacks against Cagliari and Milan but still believes they can pull off the great escape.

Their Serie A match against Sampdoria kicks off at 18:30 this evening – click here for a preview.

“In these last few games, I’ve seen many positive things and signs of growth,” Di Biagio said at a press conference.

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Saturday July 4 2020
Serie A Week 30 referees

The referees for Serie A’s Week 30 fixtures are announced, with Fabio Maresca given the Derby della Mole and Napoli-Roma going to Marco Di Bello.

Maresca [pictured] has shown 76 yellow cards, dished out four reds and awarded four penalties in his 14 games this season, with two wins out of two for Juventus compared to a win and a loss for Torino.

Di Bello, meanwhile, is thrown straight back in after officiating the Greek Super League playoff between AEK Athens and PAOK.

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Friday July 3 2020
Ranieri: 'SPAL tougher than Lecce'

Coach Claudio Ranieri has warned SPAL will be a ‘tougher’ opponent than Lecce but has been extremely happy with Sampdoria’s mentality in recent weeks.

Two penalties from Gaston Ramirez secured 2-1 against Lecce at the Via del Mare, but when SPAL visits on Sunday, Ranieri expects another battle for the points.

“The win against Lecce was important because it gave us confidence and three points,” Ranieri told the club’s website. “But I told the boys that this game will be tougher than the one against Lecce.

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Friday July 3 2020
Castillejo suffers hamstring injury

Milan have announced that Samu Castillejo has suffered a first-degree hamstring injury and must undergo further tests in a week.

The Rossoneri have confirmed the winger, who reported the problem during a 2-2 draw against SPAL in Ferrara, has undergone scans to determine the extent of the problem.

The Spanish winger has officially suffered a first-degree injury to the right hamstring muscle and is subject to a new analysis next week.

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Thursday July 2 2020
Highlights: Spal 2-2 Milan

Watch Sergio Floccari’s stunning goal against a Milan who scrapped a 2-2 draw away to 10-men SPAL, saved by an own goal in the dying minutes.

Milan were lucky to bring home a point from Ferrara, as Francesco Vicari’s own goal let down the home side in stoppage time.

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Thursday July 2 2020
Di Biagio: 'SPAL were so close'

SPAL coach Gigi Di Biagio was inevitably left frustrated after an own goal gave Milan the stoppage-time equaliser. ‘We were so close…’

The relegation strugglers had taken a shock 2-0 lead through Mattia Valoti and the long-range Sergio Floccari stunner, but Marco D’Alessandro received a straight red card for his tackle on Theo Hernandez.

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Wednesday July 1 2020
Pioli: 'Milan too hasty in front of goal'

Stefano Pioli feels Milan were ‘too hasty in the final third’ after SPAL went down to 10 men, only scraping a last-gasp equaliser with an own goal.

Mattia Valoti had turned in after a corner and Sergio Floccari scored a stunner from distance, but despite dominating the game against 10 men for an hour, it took a stoppage-time own goal to get a point after Rafael Leao’s effort.

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Wednesday July 1 2020
SPA 2-2 Mil: Milan scrape point at 10-man SPAL

Milan only scraped a 2-2 draw away to 10-man SPAL thanks to a last-gasp own goal, having trailed 2-0 for most of the game, stunned by a Sergio Floccari worldie.

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Wednesday July 1 2020
Liveblog: Serie A Week 29 Wednesday

Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including Inter-Brescia, SPAL-Milan, Fiorentina-Sassuolo and Verona-Parma.

If you are on a mobile device or tablet, then follow the Liveblog HERE.

We begin at 18.30 UK time (17.30 GMT) with Antonio Conte’s Inter making hard work of their games lately, as they host bottom of the table Brescia.

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