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Mattia Perin and Simone Scuffet are experiencing differing seasons, as the battle for Italy’s future long-term goalkeeper rages on, writes Aman Sehdev.
The time for promises is over, Andrea Tallarita argues. For Roma's Adem Ljajic, right now is sink or swim.
A revitalised Juventus know victory is a must as they visit Malmo. Luca Cetta charts their recent evolution and how it must be brought to the European stage.
Antonio Di Natale's 200th Serie A goal, a rare Milan Derby draw and Lazio's Juve taboo continues as Susy Campanale sums up the Week 12 curiosities.
Juventus’ Paul Pogba put Lazio to the sword with a classy pair of finishes, making him Livio Caferoglu’s pick for Week 12 Player of the Week.
Roberto Mancini’s return to the Inter bench earned them a point in the Milan Derby, but as Varun Mathure writes there were some familiar problems too.
Although Milan could - and should - have beaten Inter in the Derby della Madonnina, there are still positives to be taken, writes Sam Lewis.
While Juventus and Roma extend their lead at the top, the battle below them has become tighter than ever, says Alasdair Mackenzie.
Just as Antonio Conte moulded his team to the players, Max Allegri has changed system to suit his stars, argues Susy Campanale.
It’s the Milan derby with a Premier League duel inside it. Mina Rzouki investigates the rivalry between Fernando Torres and Nemanja Vidic. 
With the return of domestic football this weekend Dave Taylor takes a look at Napoli’s new vibrant midfield pairing of Jorginho and David Lopez.
After a change of Coach, Inter go into the Derby della Madonnina hoping to rediscover their form, as Varun Mathure writes.
Pippo Inzaghi’s match-up with the returning Roberto Mancini adds spark to a dimming derby, writes Sam Lewis.
Lazio can prove their Champions League credentials by ending a terrible record against Juventus on Saturday, writes Alasdair Mackenzie.
As Juventus prepare for their busiest run of the season, there’s a contract cloud hanging over Vinovo. Luca Cetta explains.
As Roberto Mancini returns to the Inter bench following the dismissal of Walter Mazzarri, Varun Mathure writes on why he fills Nerazzurri fans with hope.
Much like when Roberto Mancini was sacked by Inter, Susy Campanale argues Walter Mazzarri’s dismissal was not all about results.
New faces in the Italy squad could prove not only a short term solution but also cement foundations for the future. Mark Siglioccolo ponders the possibilities.