Serie A table after Matchday 33

Inter are officially the 2023/24 Serie A champions, but how does the rest of the standings look after Matchday 33?

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The 2023/24 Serie A title was finally captured by Inter as they defeated crosstown rivals AC Milan 2-1 in the final fixture of Matchday 33, after Bologna had began the evening with a stunning 3-1 win over Champions League qualification rivals AS Roma.

At the other end of the table, Sassuolo remain in the relegation zone after an embarrassing 3-0 loss to Lecce, while Udinese fell to 17th position with a last gasp defeat against Hellas Verona.

However, Cagliari and Empoli improved their chances of survival by stealing points from Serie A heavyweights Juventus and Napoli. The Sardinians claimed a 2-2 draw with the Bianconeri, but had led 2-0 at half-time. While the Azzurri beat the reigning champions 1-0 at the Stadio Carlo Castellani.

Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot clears the ball away. (@juventusfc)

The Neapolitans defeat in Tuscany allowed Lazio to leapfrog them into 7th place with a 1-0 win over Genoa, but Atalanta remain ahead of the Biancocelesti after overcoming Monza 2-1.

2023/24 Serie A: Table after Matchday 33

PosClubMPPts
1Inter (C)3386
2AC Milan3369
3Juventus3364
4Bologna3362
5AS Roma3255
6Atalanta3254
7Lazio3352
8Napoli3349
9Fiorentina3247
10Torino3346
11Monza3343
12Genoa3339
13Lecce3335
14Cagliari3332
15Hellas Verona3331
16Empoli3331
17Udinese3228
18Frosinone3328
19Sassuolo3326
20Salernitana3315

Serie A 2023/24: Matchday 33 results

DateFixtures/Results
Fri, Apr 19Genoa 0-1 Lazio
Fri, Apr 19Cagliari 2-2 Juventus
Sat, Apr 20Empoli 1-0 Napoli
Sat, Apr 20Hellas Verona 1-0 Udinese
Sun, Apr 21Sassuolo 0-3 Lecce
Sun, Apr 21Torino 0-0 Frosinone
Sun, Apr 21Salernitana 0-2 Fiorentina
Sun, Apr 21Monza 1-2 Atalanta
Mon, Apr 22AS Roma 1-3 Bologna
Mon, Apr 22AC Milan 1-2 Inter

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