Juventus have resembled the walking wounded, but after recovering players from injury Luca Cetta expects the Bianconeri to start the climb up the table.
Italy sealed Euro 2016 qualification with a win in Azerbaijan in which Luca Cetta saw some bright moments in an otherwise lacklustre display.
Inter have taken 16 points after seven games, but doubts still remain over the real quality of Roberto Mancini’s side, writes Varun Mathure.
Top of Serie A for the first time in 16 years, George Rinaldi says it’s well deserved and a sign of things to come.
If Napoli can keep this up, look for them to contend for the Scudetto, writes Vincent Van Genechten.
The Napoli demolished Milan, Carpi recorded their first ever Serie A victory and Fiorentina went clear at the top of the table. Richard Hall rounds-up another remarkable weekend.
Milan's second worst home defeat, Carpi make history and Fiorentina build momentum as Susy Campanale rounds up this week's curios.
Juventus made it two Champions League wins from two with a commanding 2-0 victory over Sevilla. Luca Cetta saw much to admire from the Old Lady.
Sassuolo tactics and investment in Italian talent setting an example for all Italian teams, writes Vincent Van Genechten.
Richard Hall looks at a surprising week in Serie A where Juventus, Milan and high-flying Inter all suffered defeats.
In the second part of his look at this season’s Scudetto contenders, Mohamed Nassar gives his verdict on Milan, Napoli and Roma.
Fiorentina on top after 16 years, Juventus records keep tumbling and Morgan De Sanctis parries in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.
In the first of a two-part blog, Mohamed Nassar analyses three of the potential Scudetto contenders.
After a fifth successive yet unconvincing victory, Varun Mathure wonders if Inter are simply riding their luck in Serie A.
Inter have their best start in 49 years, Frosinone make history in Turin and Mario Balotelli back on target in Susy Campanale's stats round-up.
Juventus hit rock-bottom when they conceded a late goal to draw at home against newly promoted Frosinone, while Inter seem almost unbeatable at the moment, writes Vincent Van Genechten.
Adam Digby recalls the last time Frosinone made the daunting trip to Turin, in very different circumstances.
The win over Udinese showed both the best and the worst of the Rossoneri, explains Sam Lewis.