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Milan one off Europe after Livorno win - Serie A Match Report

Milan have entered equal footing with Parma having beaten Livorno 3-0 this morning.

Milan came into the match the clearly dominant side. Sitting just a win off possible European competition, the Milanese team were keen to grab a positive result and also boost their current winning streak of four games on the trot.

Robinho made his first start for Milan in 8 games and had a positive effect on the left flank as Adel Taarabt shifted to the right flank.

Pogba strike downs Bologna - Serie A Match report

Paul Pogba's second half strike gave Juventus win number 17 at home, from 17 played this season.
Antonio Conte's side knew that three points tonight would further increase the likelihood of a third successive title. With that in mind however, the Bianconeri could be forgiven if their focus suddenly strayed towards their all important Europa League semi-final clash with Benfica this coming Thursday.

Parma 0-2 Internazionale - Serie A match report

Antonio Cassano and Parma were made to rue a missed penalty opportunity, as Inter claimed the three points over their ten men hosts.  
As it stood prior to kick off, both these sides would qualify for next seasons Europa league. Although both shared patchy form, having each one once in their last five outings. Roberto Donadoni welcomed back the influential Antonio Cassano after being sidelined with an ankle injury. While Inter hadn't won at the Ennio Tardini since 2008.  

Juventus vs Bologna - Serie A match preview

Just three more victories will clinch a third successive Scudetto for Juventus, as they welcome 17th placed Bologna to Turin. 
The campaign has been virtually faultless for Juventus, albeit with only two losses to Fiorentina and Napoli. Antonio Conte's side's first aim is to see off Roma, who lie eight points adrift of the old lady in the table. Secondly then to try and become the first Italian club to exceed the 100 point barrier.

Parma vs Inter - Serie A Match Preview

As we approach the end of this Serie A campaign, the race for the Europa League spots is getting heated up. Fifth place in the domestic championship is still wide open, and it matters a lot to those who want a direct qualification to the Europa League next season. Parma and Inter are the two clubs in pole positions for it, and their direct encounter may resolve some things before the very end of the season.

Garcia set for Roma extension

AS Roma coach Rudi Garcia will speak to Roma executives at the end of the season, in regards to a new deal. The Frenchman is expected to sign a new four-year contract worth €2.5m per season plus bonuses.  
Garcia has been a revelation since arriving in Italian football at the beginning of the season. The 50 year-old won his opening ten fixtures in the peninsula, and went unbeaten until succumbing to the mighty Juventus on January 5th. 


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