Who would’ve thought the Giallorossi would be in fourth today? Now the hard work comes: keeping this placement for the next five months.
The Giallorossi’s fight for a top four finish continues with a match that could let them catch up to Napoli.
With Atalanta and Napoli playing, Roma has the chance to gain on one or both of their rivals for Champions League football. Can they do that with a win against 16th-place Udinese?
After a thrilling two-goal comeback against Bayern Munich last week, Roma hosts Ajax with the group lead potentially on the line.
Yes, Roma are in the Group of Death, but the capital club has enough talent to give Bayern Munich fits tomorrow.
My cohost from the Kicks and Picks podcast joins me to fill us in on all things Lazio and to give his take on tomorrow’s derby.
Derby wins have been hard to come by for Roma in the Mourinho era. Will that change tomorrow?
José Mourinho's men are perfect through their first three Europa League matches. Facing a tough road tilt against Slavia Prague, can Roma remain perfect?
Jose Mourinho may get a few familiar faces back as Roma tackles a plucky Lecce side Sunday at the Olimpico.
The Giallorossi host the Czech side with a chance to take control of Group G on the line.
After a slow start to the season, Roma reeled off back-to-back league wins before the break. Can they make it three in a row against Monza?
Claudio Ranieri’s Cagliari is struggling, but can the Giallorossi take advantage?
After a shocking performance earlier this week, Roma sits in 16th place on the table. With the pressure mounting, can José Mourinho turn things around?
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The Giallorossi are in a must-win scenario already, as they are winless after three matches. Can they right the ship against Empoli?
After two disappointing results, Roma faces an even more difficult task: upending first place Milan. It won't be easy, but the wind may be at the Giallorossi's back.
Even with Mourinho, Pellegrini, and Dybala out, Roma has no excuse tomorrow against Salernitana. They must win.
Roma may be reeling from Wednesday's defeat in the Europa League final, but the last round of the Serie A calendar could see the Giallorossi qualify for the EL again AND finish above Juventus on the table.
Everyone’s eyes are on the Europa League final, but a win against Salernitana would keep the door open for European qualification through Serie A.
Svilar looks set to start in goal, but who else might join him as Roma rotates before the second leg of the Europa League semifinal?
Can a depleted Roma squad get the job done at home in the first leg of this critical semi-final? Their Champions League hopes may depend on it.
Down to a barebones squad, can the Giallorossi save their quest for Champions League football through Serie A qualification?
Roma is technically in sixth yet also tied for fourth. A win against Monza will likely determine whether or not they can get Champions League football through league play.
This is it! With a victory over Fiorentina on Saturday, Roma can claim their first league title in club history.
Roma and AC Milan, level on 56 points, go toe-to-toe tomorrow at the Olimpico. The winner will have the upper hand in the race for Serie A's final Champions League place.
In the first of three head-to-head meetings with their chief Champions League rivals, Roma faces Atalanta on the road. If Roma can topple La Dea, they'll need godly performances from Lorenzo Pellegrini and Tammy Abraham.