Serie A 2023/24: Matchday 12 results

Juventus and Inter were the big winners on Serie A Matchday 12 as so many top sides dropped points, allowing the Derby d'Italia pair to pull clear of the chasing pack ahead of their showdown fixture next time out.

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Inter and Juventus were the big winners as Serie A Matchday 12 threw up a number of shock results for the bigger sides, with so many slipping up. Inter end the weekend top and Juventus are second, with six points now separating them from AC Milan in third.

Juventus‘ win at home to Cagliari saw them go temporarily top of the Serie A table before Inter beat Frosinone to retake top spot.

Gleison Bremer and Daniele Rugani celebrate scoring for Juventus. (@juventusfc)

AC Milan, Atalanta, Napoli, Lazio and AS Roma all dropped points. Milan blew a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at Lecce, Atalanta rescued a late point at Udinese, Napoli lost 1-0 at home to Empoli, and nothing could separate the Eternal City pair in the Derby della Capitale.

Elsewhere, Sassuolo fought from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Salernitana, Genoa beat Hellas Verona 1-0, Monza and Torino drew 1-1, and Fiorentina beat Bologna 2-1.

Serie A 2023/24: Matchday 12 results

DateFixtures/Results
Fri, Nov 10Sassuolo 2-2 Salernitana
Fri, Nov 10Genoa 1-0 Verona
Sat, Nov 11Lecce 2-2 AC Milan
Sat, Nov 11Juventus 2-1 Cagliari
Sat, Nov 11Monza 1-1 Torino
Sun, Nov 12Napoli 0-1 Empoli
Sun, Nov 12Fiorentina 2-1 Bologna
Sun, Nov 12Udinese 1-1 Atalanta
Sun, Nov 12Lazio 0-0 AS Roma
Sun, Nov 12Inter 2-0 Frosinone

Serie A 2023/24: Table after Matchday 12

PosClubMPPts
1Inter1231
2Juventus1229
3AC Milan1223
4Napoli1221
5Atalanta1220
6Fiorentina1220
7AS Roma1218
8Bologna1218
9Monza1217
10Lazio1217
11Torino1216
12Frosinone1215
13Genoa1214
14Lecce1214
15Sassuolo1212
16Udinese1211
17Empoli1210
18Cagliari129
19Verona128
20Salernitana125

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