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The Juventus juggernaut keeps on rolling, as Milan were barged out of the way in Jeddah for the Supercoppa, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.
Juventus may have thrashed Milan in the Coppa Italia Final last season, but Daryl Hammond expects a different kind of affair when they rematch in Jeddah on Wednesday…
Leonardo Bonucci and Mattia De Sciglio look like different players in the Juventus jersey than at Milan, explains Matthew Santangelo.
Gonzalo Higuain is actively pushing for a January switch to Chelsea which would benefit all parties, writes Nick Valerio.
With the top three breaking away and the rest of the table so tight, Matthew Santangelo maintains many clubs can harbour genuine European ambitions.
Max Allegri learned, the squad has more experience and in theory Juventus have everything it takes to win the Champions League, writes Daryl Hammond.
Tempting as it may be to sell for huge profits and reinvest, Anthony Barbagallo warns Roma will be stronger if they make no January moves.
Danish talent Joachim Andersen is the latest young player Sampdoria are turning into a future star. Elio Salerno scouts the next big transfer target.
With Roberto Soriano and Nicola Sansone arriving on loan this month, Vilizar Yakimov sees the Villarreal duo as a perfect fit for Bologna.
Serie A has always provided an array of talented goalkeepers and Richard Hall notes this season is another vintage one for shot-stoppers.
Elseid Hysaj has fallen out of favour with Napoli Coach Carlo Ancelotti, but Massimo Nuzzo warns against a mid-season Chelsea transfer.
If Inter want to flourish in future, Richard Hall warns they must start to make more of their impressive youth academy products.
The Welshman may be 28 and inconsistent, but Gaby McKay feels he could be exactly the player the Bianconeri need.
With no Serie A action until mid-January, Vilizar Yakimov looks back at what was a foreseeable, but dramatic first half of the campaign.
Gennaro Gattuso is about to find out he is just as sackable as any of his Milan predecessors if he doesn't convincingly beat SPAL, writes Daryl Hammond.
Even with Serie A’s top-scorer and the arrival of Cesare Prandelli, the Grifone are at risk of sliding into Serie B, writes Richard Hall.
Serie A showcased its best and worst on a historic round of Boxing Day football, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
Pippo and Simone meet in the Boxing Day fixtures, but Gaby McKay says there’s no room for brotherly love.

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