Fixture list for top four battle in Serie A

Nine points separate second from seventh with nine games to go in Serie A, we take a look at the fixture list in the top four battle.

Milan are second in Serie A, 11 points behind Inter at the top, but are only nine points above Roma at seventh in the League, meaning the race for the top four places in the League is as tight as ever.

Juventus won an important direct clash with Napoli this week and climbed to third in the table, creating a three-point gap to fifth.

Milan have three direct clashed with teams in the top seven the next months and hope to be in a good position when they travel to Lazio on April 26.

They will play Juventus at the Allianz Stadium on May 9, before Stefano Pioli’s men finish the season with a trip to Bergamo to face Atalanta in a potentially decisive game for either sides.

Juventus face Atalanta already on April 18, before hosting both Milan and Inter in the last month of Serie A 2020-21.

Atalanta have some big weeks coming up in order to secure a place in the Champions League the third consecutive year, facing Fiorentina, Juventus and Roma in their next three games.

May seems a bit easier for the Orobici, but they still have a trip to Sassuolo and the mentioned fixture against Milan in the last round of fixtures.

Napoli arguably have the kindest fixture list, but still have to get through home games against Inter and Lazio in April before mostly facing teams in the bottom half of the table during May.

Both Lazio and Roma have seemed to be struggling to keep up with the top four but are still in with a chance, but have to step up during the run-in.

The Biancocelesti might have a game in hand due to the postponed match against Torino, but the rescheduled date has not been set.

Serie A top seven:

1. Inter – 71
2. Milan – 60
3. Juventus – 59
4. Atalanta – 58
5. Napoli – 56
6. Lazio – 52
7. Roma – 51

Milan’s nine remaining fixtures in Serie A 2020-21:

April 10 – Parma (A)
April 18 – Genoa (H)
April 21 – Sassuolo (H)
April 26 – Lazio (A)
May 1 – Benevento (H)
May 9 – Juventus (A)
May 12 – Torino (A)
May 16 – Cagliari (H)
May 23 – Atalanta (A)

Juventus’ nine remaining fixtures in Serie A 2020-21:

April 11 – Genoa (H)
April 18 – Atalanta (A)
April 21 – Parma (H)
April 25 – Fiorentina (A)
May 2 – Udinese (A)
May 9 – Milan (H)
May 12 – Sassuolo (A)
May 19 – Inter (H)
May 23 – Bologna (A)

Atalanta’s nine remaining games in Serie A 2020-21:

April 11 – Fiorentina (A)
April 18 – Juventus (H)
April 22 – Roma (A)
April 25 – Bologna (H)
May 2 – Sassuolo (A)
May 9 – Parma (A)
May 12 – Benevento (H)
May 16 – Genoa (A)
May 23 – Milan (H)

Napoli’s nine remaining games in Serie A 2020-21:

April 11 – Sampdoria (A)
April 18 – Inter (H)
April 22 – Lazio (H)
April 26 – Torino (A)
May 2 – Cagliari (H)
May 9 – Spezia (A)
May 12 – Udinese (H)
May 16 – Fiorentina (A)
May 23 – Hellas Verona (H)

Lazio’s 10 remaining games in Serie A 2020-21:

N/A – Torino (H)*
April 11 – Hellas Verona (A)
April 18 – Benevento (H)
April 22 – Napoli (A)
April 26 – Milan (H)
May 2 – Genoa (H)
May 9 – Fiorentina (A)
May 12 – Parma (H)
May 16 – Roma (A)
May 23 – Sassuolo (A)
*The date for Lazio-Torino to be confirmed

Roma’s nine remaining fixtures in Serie A 2020-21:

April 11 – Bologna (H)
April 18 – Torino (A)
April 22 – Atalanta (H)
April 25 – Cagliari (A)
May 2 – Sampdoria (A)
May 9 – Crotone (H)
May 12 – Inter (A)
May 16 – Lazio (H)
May 23 – Spezia (A)


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