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Wednesday October 25 2017
Juventus survive SPAL scare

Juventus recovered from a scare, as SPAL had an equaliser disallowed, to secure a 4-1 victory including a Federico Bernardeschi stunner.

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Wednesday October 25 2017
Serie A line-ups

Check out all the confirmed line-ups for the eight Serie A matches kicking off this evening, including Bologna-Lazio and Fiorentina-Torino.

Follow all the action as it happens from tonight’s Serie A games on the LIVEBLOG.

Bologna-Lazio

Bologna: Mirante; Krafth, De Maio, Helander, Masina; Donsah, Crisetig, Pulgar; Verdi, Destro, Krejci

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Wednesday October 25 2017
Line-ups: Juventus-SPAL

Juventus rotate the squad with several changes against Marco Borriello’s SPAL, starting Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa.

It kicks off at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), follow the build-up and action from all nine Serie A games on the LIVEBLOG.

The Bianconeri got back on track at the weekend with a 6-2 victory away to Udinese, even though they had Mario Mandzukic sent off after 25 minutes.

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Wednesday October 25 2017
Juventus watch SPAL's Lazzari

SPAL winger Manuel Lazzari will be watched carefully by Juventus this evening, as he’s tipped for a transfer to Turin.

It kicks off at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), follow the build-up and action from all nine Serie A games on the LIVEBLOG.

According to Sport Mediaset, the Bianconeri will be keeping a particularly close eye on Lazzari down the right flank.

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Wednesday October 25 2017
Liveblog: Serie A Midweek Madness

Join us for all the build-up and action from tonight’s nine Serie A games, including Genoa-Napoli, Juventus-SPAL, Chievo-Milan and Roma-Crotone.

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We begin with Atalanta-Verona at 17.30 UK time (16.30 GMT) at the Stadio Azzurri d’Italia, as the Orobici aim to continue their surprising campaign in Serie A and Europe.

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BLOG ITALIA
Tuesday October 24 2017
Fortune favours the brave

A slow start has put Juventus and Max Allegri under enormous pressure, but Vilizar Yakimov believes a small shift in mindset could make all the difference.

In a period of just a few weeks, Juventus lost the Supercoppa against Lazio, were hammered 3-0 by Barcelona in their Champions League opener, threw away a 2-0 lead against Atalanta and suffered their first home defeat in more than two years. On top of that, Paulo Dybala missed two late penalties and added further misery to the Old Lady’s start to the campaign.

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Tuesday October 24 2017
Semplici: 'No cameo with Juve'

Leonardo Semplici warns SPAL “will not be playing a cameo role” at the Allianz Juventus Stadium on Wednesday evening.

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

“This is a very special game, one that goes beyond the final result,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

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Tuesday October 24 2017
Allegri: 'Juve can win seventh Scudetto'

Max Allegri gave some clues as to the starting line-up against SPAL tomorrow night, but warned “winning is extraordinary for Juventus, not normality.”

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

The Bianconeri got back on track with a 6-2 victory away to Udinese on Sunday, even if Mario Mandzukic had been sent off after 25 minutes.

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Tuesday October 24 2017
Marchisio and De Sciglio back for Juve

Juventus are without Mario Mandzukic and Blaise Matuidi against SPAL, but Mattia De Sciglio and Claudio Marchisio return.

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

Mandzukic sits out a ban after his red card for dissent just 25 minutes into Sunday’s 6-2 victory away to Udinese.

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BLOG ITALIA
Sunday October 22 2017
Imperfect Calcio

This sport cannot be an exact science because there are so many moving variables, as Susy Campanale saw in Serie A Week 9.

Football is not a level playing field and never can be. Over the course of a season, big games will come at bad times for some, they’ll all have different fixture lists, referees won’t always interpret similar incidents the same way and you won’t react to obstacles in identical fashion either. That’s what sets a league tournament apart from a shorter knock-out competition, as in theory, these should all even themselves out. In theory.

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