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ITALIAN SERIE A

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Inter 10 3 0 33
3 Juventus 10 1 2 31
4 AS Roma 10 0 2 30
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Arsenal approach stops Spurs, Madrid derby helps Barcelona, Juventus slump

Shaka Hislop says Spurs shouldn't worry after losing at Arsenal, but Steve Nicol questions their confidence away from home.

Never mind those Arsenal/Tottenham combined XIs that were all the rage or that Arsene Wenger's sporting obituary has been written many times over; Saturday's North London derby was a reminder that fitness matters and tactics matter and that, while Mesut Ozil may be inconsistent, when he's on a high, he's a difference maker.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino pointed out that Arsenal's first goal shouldn't have counted, and he's right: It wasn't a free kick to begin with, and scorer Shkodran Mustafi...

 By Ben Gladwell

Massimiliano Allegri holds no regrets over changes for Sampdoria loss

Gab Marcotti addresses Juventus' Serie A form and the mounting pressure on Max Allegri after their loss at Sampdoria.
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri admits he is sorry for his side's 3-2 Serie A defeat to Sampdoria.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says he does not regret his decision to leave out Paulo Dybala after his goal came too late to save a much-changed Bianconeri side from falling to a 3-2 defeat at Sampdoria.

Allegri rang the changes after the international break had left its mark physically on Dybala and mentally on players including Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Barzagli.

With Juve trailing, Allegri sent Dybala from off the bench and his stoppage-time goal reduced the arrears to 3-2, only moments...

 By Mina Rzouki

Asamoah, Lichtsteiner, Rugani all sub-par as Juve stumble to Samp defeat

Gab Marcotti addresses Juventus' Serie A form and the mounting pressure on Max Allegri after their loss at Sampdoria.
Juventus attempted a furious comeback in stoppage time but Sampdoria were able to hold on for the shocking 3-2 win.
Check out all the best moments from Serie A's top sides, as Inter Milan surpassed Juventus to take second place.
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri admits he is sorry for his side's 3-2 Serie A defeat to Sampdoria.

Juventus succumbed to their second Serie A defeat in a 3-2 loss to a determined Sampdoria squad and, in the process, fell into third place -- four points behind league-leading Napoli.

A good first half, albeit one that lacked attacking efficiency, was followed up by a terrible second half full of poor defending decisions. Once Sampdoria grabbed the goal, the maturity we expect from a side that has won six Scudetti in a row vanished and Juve lost their composure and conceded three. The only time...