SERIE A 2014-15
LATEST
Week 37 24 May 2015 (14.00 UK)
Cesena0 - 1Cagliari
Chievo1 - 1Atalanta
Empoli1 - 1Sampdoria(11.30)
Genoa3 - 2Inter(Sat 19.45)
Juventus3 - 1Napoli(Sat 17.00)
LazioPreviewRoma(Mon 17.00)
Milan3 - 0Torino(19.45)
Palermo2 - 3Fiorentina
Parma2 - 2Verona
Udinese0 - 1Sassuolo
FIXTURES
Week 38 31 May 2015
Atalanta-Milan
Cagliari-Udinese
Fiorentina-Chievo
Inter-Empoli
Napoli-Lazio
Roma-Palermo
Sampdoria-Parma
Sassuolo-Genoa
Torino-Cesena
Verona-Juventus
Marco Sau snatched a last-gasp winner for Cagliari, giving them a rare away victory against Cesena.
Sergio Pellissier cancelled out an Alejandro Gomez opener as Chievo end their home season drawing with Atalanta.
Samuel Eto’o snatched a last-gasp equaliser at Empoli, but it might be too little, too late for Sampdoria’s European hopes.
Genoa fought back twice from a goal down to eventually beat Inter 3-2 in an absolutely thrilling encounter.
Juventus crowned their Scudetto and Coppa Italia celebrations by inflicting another disastrous result on Napoli’s Champions League hopes.
It’s a Champions League qualification play-off, as Lazio and Roma gear up for a derby with European significance.
Stephan El Shaarawy enjoyed a brace and Giampaolo Pazzini got his 100th Serie A goal as Milan crushed Torino with a red card each.
Fiorentina secured a crucial European win in Sicily, as Josip Ilicic scored against his old fans and Paulo Dybala saluted Palermo.
Luca Toni bagged a brace that could get him the Capocannoniere title as Verona spoiled Parma’s farewell to Serie A.
Francesco Magnanelli’s first ever Serie A goal gave Sassuolo a rare victory in Udine, but Antonio Di Natale was denied by a goal-line clearance.