Sunday night sees the final game of the Serie A season and Roma still need one point to wrap up a top three position.
Sunday night at the Stadio Olimpico in Roma final home game of the season they will take on current league leaders Juventus.
Roma travel to Sardinia on Sunday night hoping to make it four Serie A wins in a row and keep hold of a top three position in their hands.
Roma will entertain Liverpool on Wednesday night with a date with destiny on their hands.
Just days after the Champions League humiliation at Anfield, it is back to the league for AS Roma as they take on the flying donkeys of Chievo Verona.
A wonderful occasion and a spine-tingling atmosphere await when Roma travel to Merseyside to take on the red half of Liverpool on Tuesday.
Roma will be traveling to Ferrara to take on relegation candidates SPAL on Saturday Afternoon to avoid the potential Banana skin upset.
Midweek Roma will entertain Genoa looking to pile the pressure on Lazio in the race for third place.
One of the fiercest Derby matches in European football will take place on Sunday night and all eyes will be on the Rome capital as Lazio and Rome do battle.
Roma faces Bologna at Stadio Dall’Ara at 06:30 AM (EST). Let’s analyze this Serie A match from tactical and technical standpoints.
The International break has been and gone and we return on Saturday back to the bread and butter of league action.
Roma go into this game with confidence held high after three wins in a row in Serie A and Champions League and will be looking to solidify their 3rd place.