Italian Serie A

Serie A, week 33 preview: European race tight

The great excitement this week lies in the sides struggling for safety. Or chasing Europa, if you like that sort of thing.

Honda grabs first goal in Milan win

AC Milan have won their third Serie A game in a row and Keisuke Honda is finally on the scoreboard.

Juventus ease to victory

Juventus have one hand on a third consecutive Scudetto, as a 2-0 victory over Livorno extends their lead at the top to eight points with just six rounds to play.

Cagliari fire Diego Lopez for some reason

Cagliari are probably going to stay up and had to play Roma this week. So they made the only reasonable decision they could and fired their coach.

Catania fires the same coach twice

Serie A's coach rules are great.

AC Milan look to continue good form against Genoa

AC Milan have now won two games on the bounce, and will look to make that three against an inconsistent Genoa.

Leaders look to get back on track against Livorno

Juventus saw their 22 game unbeaten league run end at Napoli last weekend. The league leaders welcome relegation threatened Livorno to Turin on Monday evening.

Parolo reignites Parma's European dream

A fine finish from Marco Parolo put Parma level with Inter in fifth, and set them up for a real tilt at European qualification.

Excellent performance from Cuadrado = Viola win

Udinese didn't even show up until the last few minutes of the game, while Fiorentina gave their best performance in two months to take all three points

Torino push Catania towards relegation

Torino mounted a second half comeback to condemn Catania to a 2-1 defeat and edge the Sicilians closer towards Serie B.

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