Women’s Serie A Podcast: AS Roma on the brink after win over Juventus

AS Roma Women can win the Women's Serie A title next weekend after beating Juventus on Matchday 22, and the Women's Football Podcast is here to chat through the action.

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AS Roma Women are a game away from winning back-to-back Women’s Serie A titles after a 2-1 win over Juventus at the Stadio Tre Fontane on Matchday 22.

Alayah Pilgrim was handed a start by Alessandro Spugna and she repaid his faith within five minutes by scoring the opener, but Cristiana Girelli equalised at the start of the second half. After Barbara Bonansea‘s red card, Evelyne Viens netted the winner in the 85th minute. Roma can win the league if Juventus lose against Sassuolo on Matchday 23.

AS Roma Women’s Alayah Pilgrim shoots. [@ASRomaWomen]

Elsewhere, Sassuolo impressed to beat Inter 2-1 with Daniela Sabatino and Lana Clelland scoring. In the Poule Salvezza, AC Milan won a dramatic clash with Napoli 3-2 in Lombardia, whilst Como Women narrowly beat Pomigliano 2-1 with Oona Sevenius scoring twice.

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

Women’s Serie A 2023/24: Matchday 22 results

DateFixture
Sat, Apr 13Sassuolo 2-1 Inter
Sun, Apr 14Pomigliano 1-2 Como W.
Sun, Apr 14AC Milan 3-2 Napoli F.
Mon, Apr 15AS Roma 2-1 Juventus

Women’s Serie A Poule Scudetto table

PosClubMPPts
1AS Roma2160
2Juventus2147
3Fiorentina2139
4Sassuolo2132
5Inter2230

Women’s Serie A Poule Salvezza table

PosClubMPPts
1AC Milan2130
2Como W.2225
3Sampdoria2124
4Napoli2110
5Pomigliano216

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