How the Serie A Standing Changed Relative to Last Year

Serie A delivered almost all its verdicts in Round 38. It will have an appendix, as Spezia and Hellas Verona will meet Sunday night in a relegation playoff. The League will announce the neutral site later today. The options are Florence, Lecce, Udine, and Reggio Emilia. Such an instrument returns after 18 years. The last one, between Parma and Bologna, took place in 2005. There have been 12 of them in league history.

Per Tuttomercatoweb, Napoli, Lazio, and Salernitana made the biggest leap compared to the previous season. The two Campanian sides collected 11 points more than 2021/2022, while the Biancocelesti 10. Milan (-16), Inter (-12), and the Scaligeri (-22) took the largest steps back.

If it wasn’t for the point deduction, Juventus would have registered +2 over the past campaign and finished level with Inter. Napoli, Lazio, the Nerazzurri, and Milan will represent Serie A in the Champions League. Atalanta and Roma held serve and will play in the second-tier competition. The Bianconeri will star in European Conference League unless UEFA bans them.

Fiorentina won the race for 8th place, narrowly besting Bologna. They will have the chance to earn a return in Europe in the upcoming final versus West Ham. Should they prevail, they would access the Europa League group stage directly.

Monza racked up 52 points, two shy of Chievo Verona’s record regarding newly promoted sides. As often happened, just one of those teams, Cremonese, was quickly relegated. Instead, a Serie A staple, Sampdoria,  ended up at the bottom of the table.

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