SPAL NEWS

Crotone completed an extraordinary comeback to conquer the Dacia Arena, inflict an 11th straight Udinese defeat and shake up the relegation race completely.
Leonardo Semplici said SPAL “continue to believe” in their Serie A safety despite today’s 3-0 defeat to Roma.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, SPAL-Roma, Sassuolo-Fiorentina and Milan-Benevento.
Bruno Peres reveals he has changed his Roma attitude and Kostas Manolas has a special reception ready for Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.
Eusebio Di Francesco appreciated Roma maturity to focus on SPAL and can now prepare for Liverpool. “I know the starting XI, it’s all planned.”
Patrik Schick had been “waiting too long” for his first Serie A goal in a Roma jersey, but admits he didn’t get the second against SPAL.
Patrik Schick finally got his debut Serie A goal in a Roma jersey and consolidated third place with a 3-0 victory in Ferrara, ending SPAL’s unbeaten run.
Roma director of sport Monchi is confident they have the strength in depth to handle both Serie A and the Champions League.
Gerson is well aware SPAL are unbeaten in eight rounds, but the win is “too important to miss out on” for Roma.
Roma make massive changes for the trip to relegation-threatened SPAL, as Jonathan Silva makes his debut and Patrik Schick leads the way.
The Scudetto showdown between Juventus and Napoli will dominate the headlines, but there’s plenty more to get excited about in Week 34 of Serie A.
Juan Jesus admits Roma “would always like to play like we do in the Champions League”, and is fully focused on tomorrow’s Spal game.
Aleksandar Kolarov has been left out of Roma’s squad to face SPAL in Serie A on Saturday, but Diego Perotti is back.
Eusebio Di Francesco is set to take on SPAL with Maxime Gonalons, whom the Roma boss ‘rates very highly’, despite his below-par performances.
SPAL President Walter Mattioli admits to being “a bit disappointed” with their goalless draw against Chievo.
Diego Perotti is back in the Roma squad ahead of the games with SPAL and above all Liverpool.
Gianluca Rocchi has been announced as the referee for this weekend’s Scudetto showdown between Juventus and Napoli.
Milan were pegged back by Torino, despite an Andrea Belotti penalty miss, while Roma got the better of Genoa and Sassuolo earned a big win at Verona.
Join us for all the action as it happens from nine Serie A games, including Napoli-Udinese, Crotone-Juventus, Roma-Genoa, Fiorentina-Lazio and Torino-Milan.
Atalanta earned a thumping 3-0 victory at the Stadio Vigorito, even after missing a penalty, with Musa Barrow’s debut Serie A strike.