Serie A table after Matchday 27

Matchday 27 in Serie A got underway with some interesting and entertaining results, including another defeat for an AC Milan side that are regressing again. How does the Serie A table look after the latest results?

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Matchday 27 in Serie A saw yet more dropped points for AC Milan in their hunt to finish in the top four as they were beaten away at Udinese. Stefano Pioli’s side have regressed in recent weeks back to their early 2023 form.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic did return in a 3-1 defeat to captain the side and he scored from the spot, but they never really looked like they were going to win the game at the Dacia Arena. On the Friday night, Sassuolo narrowly beat Spezia 1-0 and then a late Rasmus Hojlund goal secured a crucial 2-1 win for Atalanta against Empoli.

Saturday afternoon started with Monza 1-1 Cremonese and then an entertaining 2-2 draw between Salernitana and Bologna. That was followed by Milan’s defeat at Udinese.

Beto celebrates putting Udinese back in front against AC Milan. [@Getty]

The action continued on Sunday and got underway with Sampdoria claiming a rare home win, beating fellow strugglers Hellas Verona 3-1 at Marassi. Napoli pulled further clear at the top with a 4-0 win at Torino, and Fiorentina beat Lecce 1-0.

The biggest games of the weekend were both Sunday evening derbies, and Lazio edged AS Roma 1-0 in the Derby della Capitale before Inter lost 1-0 to Juventus in the Derby d’Italia.

Serie A table Matchday 27

PosClubMPPts
1Napoli2771
2Lazio2752
3Inter2750
4AC Milan2748
5AS Roma2747
6Atalanta2745
7Juventus2741*
8Udinese2738
9Fiorentina2737
10Bologna2737
11Torino2737
12Sassuolo2736
13Monza2734
14Empoli2728
15Lecce2727
16Salernitana2727
17Spezia2724
18Verona2719
19Sampdoria2715
20Cremonese2713
*Juventus have a 15-point deduction

Serie A Matchday 27 results

DateFixtures/Results
Fri, Mar 17Sassuolo 1-0 Spezia
Fri, Mar 17Atalanta 2-1 Empoli
Sat, Mar 18Monza 1-1 Cremonese
Sat, Mar 18Salernitana 2-2 Bologna
Sat, Mar 18Udinese 3-1 AC Milan
Sun, Mar 19Sampdoria 3-1 Verona
Sun, Mar 19Torino 0-4 Napoli
Sun, Mar 19Fiorentina 1-0 Lecce
Sun, Mar 19Lazio 1-0 AS Roma
Sun, Mar 19Inter 0-1 Juventus

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