Juventus have mathematically won a third consecutive Scudetto, as Roma were crushed 4-1 in Catania.
The Bianconeri don’t play their Serie A game until Monday night against Atalanta, but that is now irrelevant.
Roma needed a victory in Sicily to keep the race alive, but were humiliated 4-1 by the bottom of the table club.
Antonio Conte’s men had already won the title in 2011-12 and 2012-13, but become the first Juventus team to win three consecutive Scudetti since the 1930s.
It also means next weekend’s showdown between Roma and Juventus can be played without the pressure of a result.
This is officially Juve's 30th Scudetto, so they will be allowed to put a third gold star on their jerseys from now on.
The club considers it to be their 32nd, as two were revoked in the Calciopoli scandal in 2004-05 and 2005-06.
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