All roads lead to Tirana Albania on Wednesday evening when AS Roma will take on Dutch side Feyenoord in the final of the UEFA Europa Conference League.
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.
A packed Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Thursday evening will see AS Roma take on Leicester City in the second leg of the Semifinal of the Europa Conference League. The tie is nicely poised after a draw for Roma 1-1 at the King Power stadium.
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’s déjà vu once again as for the third time in the last four years, AS Roma have got to a European Semifinal and will play English opposition. The last two times it has ended in heartbreak in high-scoring ties, we would have to wait to see if this will end differently.
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.
It is a finely poised tie as we go into the second leg of the UEFA Europa Conference League quarter-final between AS Roma and FK Bodo/Glimt. The Norwegian champions hold a slender 2-1 lead after a late winner swung the favour into the home side six days ago in Bodo.
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.
It is déjà vu, Roma return to the scene of the most embarrassing defeat of the season to date as they return to Norway to take on Bodo/Glimt in the UEFA Europa Conference League Quarter-final first leg.