Rifinitura: Napoli Beat Brescia, Prepare For Barca Clash

With big games looming in Europe, Italian teams must be prepared to take on the continent's best in these upcoming weeks. Napoli beat Brescia and now prepare for the visit of Lionel Messi and Barcelona, while leaders Juventus travel to Ferrara to take on bottom-of-the-league SPAL, before facing Lyon in midweek in the Champions League.

Five things to note from Serie A weekend

This past Serie A weekend was full of thrills and chills. Both Atalanta and Lazio came back from behind to beat their respective guests, Roma and Inter, in two exciting, important fixtures. Juventus got a disappointing victory, Genoa seem to have forgotten how to lose, and Milan are on the right track thanks to the rebirth of a certain Ante Rebic.

Rifinitura: Inter Play Lazio As CR7 Aims For Record

Leaders Inter travel to Rome to take on Lazio on Sunday night. Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo hopes to score in his 11th consecutive league game. Meanwhile up north, Sassuolo host Parma as both search for derby bragging rights, under the guidance of the two Roberto’s – Roberto De Zerbi of Sassuolo and Roberto D’Aversa of Parma.

Rifinitura: Bologna Stun Roma as Inter, Milan Play Out Derby

Roma’s disappointing run in 2020 continued as they suffered their fifth defeat in seven games. Bologna, on the other hand, recorded their third straight league win, thanks to Riccardo Orsolini, and new signing Musa Barrow. The Serie A weekend will climax on Sunday night as Inter and Milan square off in the Derby di Milano.

Stickers Swapping: A Serie A Winter Transfer Market Recap

The January transfer market window is officially closed and the Serie A has seen its usual loan deals going through. It’s been a pretty interesting month for the Italian clubs so let’s take a deeper look into the business every side has undergone in this massive recap post of the Calciomercato session. We will also be rating each club's campaign.

Rifinitura: Inter Travel to Udine With Eyes On Next Week Derby

Here’s our usual preview of this weekend’s match-ups, starting from Brescia traveling to Bologna in search of their first win there since 2005 and concluding with Sampdoria hosting Napoli on Monday night hoping to replicate last season's 3-0 win. Inter will hope to make good use of their new signings as they pay a visit to Udinese with an eye to next week's Derby with Milan.

Serie A Recap: The Top 5 Things We Learned In Round 21

The Serie A weekend just behind us brought some unexpected development of things, especially as all the teams from the top failed to make a significant impact. It looks like things are heating up in Italy. Here are the Top 5 topics for discussion we inherited from the last round, from Napoli taking down the champions to Inter failing to win for the third time in a row.

Rifinitura: Roma Host Lazio, Napoli Face Juve In Double Header

The last Serie A matches of January will end on a high as Roma host Lazio in the capital’s big derby and Napoli welcome Juventus to the Italian South. Lazio come into the derby with an astonishing 11-game winning streak. Roma, on the other hand, suffered damaging setbacks with consecutive home defeats to Torino and Juventus.

Serie A Recap: Sad Times at San Paolo, Super Sunday at San Siro

The title race in the Serie A is still going strong, but Juventus caught some separation after Lecce stunned the Nerazzurri holding them onto a draw, with Lazio threatening just behind and Napoli’s downfall continuing despite Gennaro Gattuso’s appointment. SPAL were the surprise of the day as they came from behind to shock Atalanta.

Rifinitura: Scudetto Race Ignited by Lazio Winning Streak

After a midweek of Coppa Italia football, Serie A returns as the second half of the season officially gets underway! There is no team in Italian football that wouldn’t swap places with Lazio right now, as the Biancocelesti have recorded 10 straight league wins, and their talisman Ciro Immobile is the campionato top scorer with 20 goals.

Rifinitura: Italian Capital Prepares For Footballing Weekend

Italy’s capital and its Stadio Olimpico will play host to two top-class matches this week in Serie A, with Simone Inzaghi's Lazio receiving a Napoli side whose new coach Gennaro Gattuso is still struggling to make click, and Roma welcoming Juventus on Sunday in what promises to be an extremely fulfilling matchup and this round's biggest fixture.