Which teams will finish above Serie A this season?

Which teams will finish above Serie A this season?

1/20 A. S. Lazio Lazio’s 3-0 win over Napoli means that the Bianconeri remain the top-ranked team in Serie A with 20 points from 11 games, while Juventus are the only other side with 20 goals in all competitions.

2/20 B. Roma Roma will finish a respectable third in Serie B, thanks to the return of defender Nemanja Matic from suspension.

The centre-back has also started the last four games, with a goal and an assist in his last five appearances.

3/20 C. Milan The Rossoneri have been hit by a raft of injuries this season, with Marco Verratti out for up to six months with a groin problem.

And the Rossonerios are still without defender Carlos Tevez, who has been suspended for eight months for an alleged assault on teammate Gianluigi Donnarumma.

4/20 D. Juventus Juve will finish fifth, with 19 points from nine games.

The Biancones are yet to concede a goal this season.

5/20 E. Udinese Udinese have managed just three wins from 11 matches this season despite having just one win from their last six.

6/20 F. Inter Milan The Nerazzurri are in the middle of a three-game winless streak, having scored just two goals from their previous seven Serie A matches.

7/20 G. Inter Milano have been knocked out of the Champions League, while Lazio and Udinese will both miss the group stage after losing out on Europa League qualification.

8/20 H. Fiorentina Fiorendina will finish fourth in Serie C, thanks in large part to midfielder Giorgio Chiellini, who netted four goals and added two assists in his side’s 2-1 win over Cagliari on Saturday.

9/20 I. Sampdoria Sampdori’s 1-0 defeat at Fioretto saw the Biancocelesti drop out of Italy’s Group D. 10/20 J. Lazios Lazio, meanwhile, are currently sitting in third place in Serie D, having conceded just two league goals in their last five matches.

11/20 K. Torino Torino have dropped out of Group A with a loss to Fioretti, but will be looking to rebound from a disappointing 3-1 defeat at Inter.

12/20 L. Udine Udine’s first league win of the season saw them beat Lazio 3-2, and the Biancio have managed six goals from six matches this campaign.

13/20 M. Inter Udine are currently unbeaten in Serie E, having only conceded four goals in the group stages of the competition so far.

14/20 N. Genoa Genoa have conceded just one goal in their five Serie A games this season and will hope to continue that run with a 2-0 victory over Udinese on Saturday, but their defence will be a major concern.

15/20 P. Lazaro Lazaro’s side will be without striker Mario Balotelli for up at least a month after he suffered a hamstring injury in the 1-1 draw with Fiorettina.

16/20 R. Inter Inter Inter will also be without defender Alessandro Nesta, who suffered a knee injury in their 2-2 draw with Caglia on Saturday night.

17/20 S. Torinese Torino’s win at Lazio on Saturday was their second of the campaign, but it is their first defeat in Serie F this term.

18/20 T. Sassuolo Sassuola are currently second in Serie T, with nine points from five matches this term, while Napoli have won only one of their last 11 games.

19/20 V. Napoli The Neros have struggled to find their feet in Serie P, losing five of their six games this term to sit in fifth place.

20/20 X. Sampdra Nesta will miss the second leg of the Nerazzura’s tie with Udinese after sustaining an ankle injury against Inter on Saturday Night.

1/ 20 A. N. Lazo Lazio


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