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Serie A Matchday 6

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Saturday 23rd September, 2017
Roma vs Udinese, 14.00
SPAL vs Napoli, 17.00
Juventus vs Torino, 19.45

Sunday 24th September, 2017
Sampdoria vs AC Milan, 11.30
Cagliari vs Chievo, 14.00
Crotone vs Benevento, 14.00
Inter Milan vs Genoa, 14.00
Hellas Verona vs Lazio, 14.00
Sassuolo vs Bologna, 17.00
Fiorentina vs Atalanta, 19.45

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Awful tackle for the sending off. Seems Torino still haven't figured out how to defend properly. 

Belotti will only be there so long to rescue them.

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hoping to get home in time from London to watch Fiorentina vs Atalanta. Reckon there's a few goals in that one. 

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Dybala is playing as well as anyone in the world right now. It's going to take something special to stop them carrying on this league form.

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Immobile back to his best? I haven't seen much of him this season but his goalscoring record speaks for itself. He was one of my favoirite players to watch when he was playing in that exciting Torino side alongside Alessio Cerci. Will he challenge for the Capocannoniere this season?

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Based on this start, we won't see another team win it again this year sadly. Napoli won't be able to keep up with the consistency Juventus have. They'll either have to be the best home team in Europe or be the best away team, which I don't believe they are capable of either.

Napoli have a great team and they are unfortunate to be in this dominant era from Juventus. Maybe if it were Bayern I'd give them a slighter chance as Bayern aren't as consistent at home as Juventus are, but we aren't being hypothetical here. Juventus are the top dogs in Italy and that's who Napoli will have to overtake.

On another note, its good to see Ghoulam back to form after an awful 2016/17.

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3 minutes ago, Blue said:

Based on this start, we won't see another team win it again this year sadly. Napoli won't be able to keep up with the consistency Juventus have. They'll either have to be the best home team in Europe or be the best away team, which I don't believe they are capable of either.

Napoli have a great team and they are unfortunate to be in this dominant era from Juventus. Maybe if it were Bayern I'd give them a slighter chance as Bayern aren't as consistent at home as Juventus are, but we aren't being hypothetical here. Juventus are the top dogs in Italy and that's who Napoli will have to overtake.

On another note, its good to see Ghoulam back to form after an awful 2016/17.

they're both level at the top?

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3 minutes ago, Stan said:

they're both level at the top?

Basing that on performances and patterns, not points. Juve have been a lot more comfortable in their wins.

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good game between Fiorentina and Atalanta so far. Quite open. Chiesa smashed in the opener for Fiorentina. They've got a good youngster on their hands. 

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7 minutes ago, Teso dos Bichos said:

Atalanta tied it up BUT the ref misses a clear PK against Atalanta. 

the one where the keeper tripped the player up? It even went to VAR and the tit who was watching the video still got it wrong. Definitely should have been a penalty.

The Fiorentina keeper made a good save from Atalanta's penalty. 

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