We made it to the final day of the Serie A season, Roma travel to Turin to take on Torino on Friday night with their European qualification in their own hands.
It’s AS Roma’s last home game of the season played under the lights of the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday evening against bottom side Venezia.
AS Roma travel to Florence to take on Fiorentina under the lights in the Monday evening game. After Lazio’s win over Sampdoria on Saturday evening, this is a must-win game for Jose Mourinho’s side in the race for a top-five finish in Serie A.
Roma return back to Serie A football after midweek exploits in England. Roma will be looking to bounce back after a defeat in Milan last week with a positive display in Serie A on Sunday evening.
It is the second return of Jose Mourinho to San Siro on Saturday evening as he takes his Roma side back to Milan to face his former club looking to go unbeaten in thirteen games in Serie A. This will be Mourinho’s second visit against his former side after the February Coppa Italia defeat.
An absolute cracker of a game kicks off the third day of Serie A football on Easter Monday, with the Derby Della Sole. Roma travel to Naples full of confidence and face a familiar face in the opposition dugout.
AS Roma will be looking to bounce back after a disappointing display in Europe on Thursday night, as they return to the home comforts of Serie A as they take on bottom side Salernitana on Sunday evening.
Serie A is back after the March international break which is the final of the season. AS Roma’s first game back after the two-week break is a trip to the Marassi Stadium to take on Sampdoria.
It is Derby Weekend in Serie A as the Derby Della Capitale is upon us on Sunday evening with Roma taking on Lazio seeking revenge after the blue side of Rome took home the spoils in late September.
AS Roma are looking for a fourth successive win in all competitions as they travel to Udine to take on Udinese on Sunday evening. Roma have won the last three games in Serie A and Europa Conference league and have won them all 1-0.
AS Roma will be looking for back-to-back wins on Saturday evening as they take on Gian Piero Gasperini’s Atalanta side in the Italian capital.
AS Roma are in poor form now, stuck in a rut, and have not won since coming back from the January international break. Roma fans are hoping they can break their duck and pick up a win at Spezia on Sunday evening.