It all goes down to the wire in Serie A, as Crotone held Lazio 2-2 to keep both Champions League and relegation races alive, while Chievo, Udinese and Cagliari won.
It was a thriller at the Stadio Scida that leaves everything open to the final day, as Crotone held Lazio to a dramatic 2-2 draw.
Check all the official line-ups from this afternoon’s Serie A games, including Crotone-Lazio, Fiorentina-Cagliari, Bologna-Chievo and Torino-SPAL.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez says his side have to believe they can secure safety ahead of their match at Fiorentina.
It’s reported Giampiero Ventura has terminated his contract with the FIGC by mutual consent, paving the way for Roberto Mancini.
Stefano Pioli warned the Milan clash isn’t as important for Fiorentina as their meeting with relegation-threatened Cagliari.
The Lega Serie A has confirmed the schedule for the final weekend of the season, though Juventus-Verona could be moved.
Paolo Tagliavento, who recently came under fire for his role in Inter-Juventus, will officiate the Bianconeri’s trip to Roma on Sunday.
Joao Pedro is available again for Cagliari after his ban expired for failing a doping test, but the situation remains unclear.
Cagliari director general Mario Passetti complained of “two dubious incidents” after defeat to Roma. “We’re gambling with our lives here.”
Eusebio Di Francesco praised Alisson Becker, Edin Dzeko and Elio Capradossi after a makeshift Roma conquered Cagliari. “Sometimes you need to win with determination.”
Radja Nainggolan admits to being “a little sad” after Roma beat Cagliari 1-0, as it puts his former club in deep relegation trouble.
Cengiz Under and Roma made the most of their chances and Cagliari did not, either by poor finishing or Alisson Becker heroics.
Join us for the build-up and action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Udinese-Inter, Napoli-Torino, Lazio-Atalanta and Cagliari-Roma.
Bruno Peres wants Roma to call on the same “intensity” they showed against Liverpool in order to beat Cagliari this evening.
Monchi asked Roma to set the Liverpool setback aside and focus on Cagliari, while discussing Alessandro Florenzi and Edin Dzeko’s contracts.
Daniele Dessena warns Cagliari will “break down everything in our path” against Roma to escape the relegation zone.
Kostas Manolas pulled out with a suspected thigh strain, so Roma must give Elio Capradossi his Serie A debut against Cagliari.
Roma need only four points to be mathematically sure of a Champions League spot, but visit a Cagliari side risking relegation.
Diego Lopez wants the “right attitude and determination” from relegation-threatened Cagliari against Roma tomorrow evening.