Since March 9, the 2019-20 Serie A has been suspended and there is no confirmation it will be able to restart yet. While other leagues have been canceled, the Serie A is still pressing ahead with plans to finish the current season. With lots of unfinished business still left, let’s take a look at five reasons why the current season should be completed.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, we take a look at how the crisis may end up impacting the upcoming transfer market window for the Serie A clubs. Player wages may become a problem for multiple teams, which might be forced to sell their best forces for a lower price and mostly resort to swap deals to keep things in balance.
Italy was placed under a total lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus. With about three to four Serie A game-weeks now set to be outstanding after the suspension, what are the possible implications this may bring to the current season? According to multiple Italian media sources, there are now four possible scenarios after the ban.
As it stands, Lazio sit two points clear of Juventus in second place and a respectable eight off Inter in third place. Though the two big guns have games in hand, it’s no longer a far claim to ask if the Biancocelesti can win the Serie A. Indeed, the recent changes in the match program due to the coronavirus threat may end up favoring Lazio in the Scudetto race. Here is why.