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Breaking down the Serie A title race: By the numbers

By Gregory Caltabanis (@GCaltabanis)

With the top four separated by a mere five points, and potentially less if Roma win their game in hand, Serie A has kicked into full overdrive going into the Christmas period. Juventus’ most recent win over Napoli just a weekend ago blew open the Scudetto race even more while Spalletti’s Inter and Di Francesco’s Roma have kept pace impressively, with the Nerazzurri currently nestled comfortably into first place. Going into a crucial stretch, it’s time to separate the pretenders from the contenders.

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What’s the Joe Hart impact on Torino so far?

Francesco Sulas – @FraSulas

The summer arrivals of Pep Guardiola and Siniša Mihajlovic have coincided with a big revolution in their respective clubs. Both managers made it very clear how Manchester City and Torino should have managed the transfer campaign, and this also affected the goalkeeper position. Joe Hart didn’t seem to accommodate Guardiola’s possession-based style and the signing of Claudio Bravo from Barcelona for a fee of £13.75m left the No.1 England’s goalkeeper with no alternative but to leave the club.

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