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Serie A, Week 22: Napoli the only winner in top six, but now Milan are racing up the table

Most of Italy's top sides dropped points this weekend, with Juventus and Inter earning draws, and Lazio and Fiorentina losing. But Napoli broke Parma's unbeaten run, and Milan took advantage of others' mistakes by climbing to fifth in the Serie A table.

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Torino make Inter work for their point

Riccardo Meggiorini scored twice and Alessio Cerci put in a sparkling display as Torino took the game to Inter, and nearly came out with the victory.

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Icardi scores four as Pescara continue to sink

19-year-old Mauro Icardi starred in Sampdoria's crushing of Pescara on Sunday, scoring four of the six goals. What on earth can the Dolphins do now?

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Il Faraone nets as Milan squeeze by Atalanta

Milan have squeezed past ten-man Atalanta in a scrappy game at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia. The game's only goal came from Stephan El Shaarawy, who ended his four game streak without a goal.

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El Matador sinks battling Crociati

An Edinson Cavani goal in the 85th minute of Napoli's visit to Parma has sealed a vital three points for the Neapolitans, reducing the gap to Juventus to just three points. It could, however, have been a completely different result.

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Palermo fail to hold on to a win, again

Despite taking the lead in the 30th minute, Palermo's defense just couldn't contain Cagliari's sustained pressure, and the home side found an equalizer in the game's dying minutes.

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Still no purple patch for hapless Fiorentina

A late Lucas Castro strike ensured there was no happy homecoming for former coach Vincenzo Montella, as Catania beat ten-man Fiorentina 2-1 at the Stadio Angelo Massimino.

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Zemanlandia lives up to its billing in Bologna

Bologna and AS Roma shared six goals in a thrilling 3-3 draw at the Dall’Ara Stadium. However, the Giallorossi are still searching for their first league victory of 2013.

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Relegation six-pointer in Cagliari

Both relegation battling sides managed a draw last weekend, but Palermo looked far more convincing. Will the visitors manage to find a win against Cagliari?

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Surprising goalscorers, unsurprising controversy

Fabio Quagliarella managed to break through the Genoa defense in the second half, but substitute Marco Borriello equalized for the visitors. Despite an injury forcing Genoa to play with ten men for the final twenty minutes, they hung on for a surprising draw, even amidst end of game controversy.

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Flying Donkeys frustrate their way to victory

Chievo emerged victorious at the Stadio Olimpico, despite Lazio dominating for long periods. Alberto Paloschi's simple finish gave the flying donkeys a victory built on frustrating their more illustrious opponents.

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Donadoni out for revenge as Napoli head to Parma

Dumped unceremoniously as the coach of Napoli after overseeing 19 games in 2009, Roberto Donadoni will be out for revenge as his Parma side host the partenopei at the Ennio Tardini.

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Zemanlandia travels to Bologna

AS Roma may have one foot in the Coppa Italia final, but will look for revenge against a Bologna side still battling relegation.

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Catania have Fiorentina in their sights

Vincenzo Montella returns to his old stomping ground, looking to mastermind Fiorentina’s first win of 2013.

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Inter chase victory to revive flagging title hopes

Inter now sit nine points from the top of the table and come up against a Torino side in a great run of form.

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Lazio require a win to pressure Juventus

After battling back to grab a draw against relegation-threatened Palermo last week, Lazio remain five points off the top of the table and need a victory to put Juventus under pressure.

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Atalanta host Milan in sleep-inducing clash

Milan travel to Bergamo to take on one of the league's lowest scorers and recent underperformers in Atalanta, in a fixture which could be dubbed the Derby of Extreme Mediocrity.

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Genoa hope Lady Luck assists against the Old Lady

New Genoa coach Davide Ballardini has a tough first test: a trip to Turin to take on Serie A leaders Juventus. He may be relying on wishes, hopes, and dreams.

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