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Antonio Conte’s Juventus Stadium homecoming has drawn mixed emotions. Luca Cetta asks if the reception tonight will be a positive one.
While Carlos Tevez continues to prove his worth for Juventus, his future remains uncertain. Luca Cetta asks if the Bianconeri should push to keep him.  
Despite impressive wins and entertaining football, Richard Hall thinks Sassuolo shouldn’t celebrate Serie A safety yet.
Empoli may not be leading the table but they have excited with their style of play. Mina Rzouki investigates the man behind their tactics.
A Mattia Perin injury opened the door for Federico Marchetti’s return to the Italy squad - the crowning glory of his rebirth under Stefano Pioli, writes Alasdair Mackenzie.
Rudi Garcia's past reluctance to use youth changed on Sunday night with the introductions of Salih Ucan and Lorenzo Pellegrini. A bold move from the Frenchman, writes Aman Sehdev.
Jeremy Menez’s brace against Cagliari not only gave Milan a much-needed win but may have saved Pippo Inzaghi his job. Livio Caferoglu on Week 28’s best player.
The Partenopei were held to a draw by 10-man Atalanta, with Sampdoria leapfrogging them and furious accusations against the referee, explains Alasdair Mackenzie.
Wolfsburg will provide Napoli with the toughest test of their European credentials yet, writes David Lee Wheatley.
The front line earned praise for its fluid style of football, but Alasdair Mackenzie says Stefan de Vrij is the real key to Lazio success.