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After Juventus’ convincing win over Milan, Luca Persico looks at the emergence of Claudio Marchisio as an alternative to Andrea Pirlo.
Antonio Cassano may have saved Parma’s season with a brace at Chievo – a double feat which lands him Livio Caferoglu’s nod for Week 3’s Serie A standout performer.
Pippo Inzaghi’s Milan still have a way to go before they can contest for the title, as Juventus proved on Saturday night. Sam Lewis writes.
The big guns of Juventus and Roma keep on rolling, but the pretenders to their dominance have started to show fragility already, writes Alasdair Mackenzie.
There may only be suggestions and the attention may be on bigger sides, but Stefano Pioli is making big changes at the capital club, says Alasdair Mackenzie. 
Pride as well as points will be on offer when Milan and Juventus clash this weekend, writes Sam Lewis.
UEFA have finally confirmed San Siro will host the 2016 Champions League Final - Varun Mathure looks at how this affects Milan and Inter.
CSKA Moscow may not have been lions, but for Andrea Tallarita Roma have really entered a new dimension.
After dispatching with Malmo and facing Milan on the horizon, Luca Persico believes Max Allegri is ready for his first real test at Juventus.
After another 7-0 destruction of Sassuolo, Varun Mathure discusses seven points for Inter fans to mull over in the afterglow of their victory.