Women’s Football Podcast: It’s AS Roma’s to lose now

There was drama all over the table in Serie A Femminile during Matchday 16 as Juventus were beaten and Sassuolo became further entrenched in the relegation fight. We're here to chat through the action.

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Matchday 16 in Serie A Femminile changed the complex of the entire season as the gap at the top grew by three points and the relegation battle got even tighter.

Juventus‘ defeat to AC Milan in Turin, coupled with AS Roma’s narrow 1-0 win over Como means that the Giallorosse have not got a commanding eight-point lead over the Bianconere. They could feasibly lose twice against Juve in the split and still win their first-ever title.

Towards the bottom of the table, Sassuolo were beaten 3-0 by Inter and there was a draw between Parma and Pomigliano down in Campania which means there is one point to separate the bottom four teams in the league.

To chat through the action, Euan Burns is hosting the Women’s Football Podcast and getting all the details from Conor Clancy. They were both at Inter 3-0 Sassuolo in Milan over the weekend.

As ever, the Women’s Football Podcast in which we talk through the Serie A Femminile action is available exclusively here to subscribers to Patreon.com/TotalItalianFootball, where there are €2, €5 and €10 tiers available.

Serie A Femminile Matchday 16 results

DateSerie A Femminile Results
Sat, Feb 4Como 0-1 AS Roma
Sat, Feb 4Sampdoria 1-4 Fiorentina
Sat, Feb 4Juventus 1-2 AC Milan
Sat, Feb 4Pomigliano 0-0 Parma
Sun, Feb 5Inter 3-0 Sassuolo

Serie A Femminile table after Matchday 16 games

PosClubMPPts
1AS Roma1642
2Juventus1634
3Fiorentina1634
4Inter1632
5AC Milan1628
6Pomigliano1614
7Como1611
8Sassuolo1611
9Parma1610
10Sampdoria1610

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