Serie A RESULTS Week 31, Italian Serie A ROUNDUP 2013 – 2014 for Round 31 on Saturday 29, Sunday 30, and Monday 31 March 2014, matchday 31

By Anna Italia
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Hello my friends.  Here is the Serie A ROUNDUP for
Serie A Week 31, 2013 – 2014 Season on Saturday 29, Sunday 30, and Monday 31 March
2014, matchday 31.   Countdown my friends!  7 more games after this Round and the 2013 – 2014 Serie A will end! 

The leadership this week is not changing.   Juventus despite the defeat are absolute leaders with a
solo flight this season towards their third consecutive Scudetto.  Motivation high for
Juventus preparing to play against Olympique Lyonnais next week in Europa League Quarterfinals and also seeing forward Carlos Tevez taking back the “Top scorer”
position with 18 goals followed by Torino forward Ciro Immobile with 17
goals.    Juventus losing at the San Paolo Stadium thanks to the goal by Napoli midfielder Jose Maria Callejon in the 37th minute.  Napoli had a goal ruled out in the 17th by midfielder Marek Hamsik for an offside.   Juventus falling at the San Paolo Stadium losing after 22 games since October against Fiorentina!!!  The joyous party at the San Paolo sealed by forward Dries Mertens scoring the 2nd goal of the match.

AS Roma securing the 2nd position after defeating Sassuolo with the goals by forward Mattia Destro and midfielder Michel Bastos in the 96th minute.  Sassuolo in deep trouble and their hope for salvation remain almost an impossible dream.  It’s a historic victory for Roma reaching the record of scoring 4,000 goals in Serie A thanks to Michel Bastos in the 96th minute.

AC Milan with a revival in San Siro defeating Chievo Verona.  A magic game for Kaka’ playing his 300th game for Milan celebrating not only with one goal, but two goals and being Captain of the team!  AC Milan are 7 points below the European Zone.  This victory giving them a boost to hope for a miracle in the remaining games to make it in Europa League.  The opening score was by forward Mario Balotelli in the 4th minute.  Chievo in problems as they risk falling in the relegation zone.

A first upset happening at the Renato Dall’Ara Stadium.  Atalanta defeating Bologna with the goals by forward Giuseppe De Luca in the 22nd minute and midfielder Marcelo Estigarribia in the 26th minute.   This is a painful for Bologna in the 17th position and risking to be in relegation.

Udinese sinking Catania to despair at the Friuli Stadium!  Yep, the goal by Captain Antonio Di Natale giving the full 3 points to Udinese while Catania seeing their future most likely in Serie B.  Catania remaining in the last position of the Table.

Inter with a reason to celebrate seeing midfielder Hernanes scoring his first goal as Inter player against Livorno at the Armando Picchi Stadium.  Second goal for Inter is by forward Rodrigo Palacio.  Livorno shortening the distance in the 54th minute with forward Paulinho to make it 1-2.  The party ruined for Inter when Livorno equalizing in the 84th minute with Innocent Emeghara thanks to the error by Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin.

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Here is the situation.  Juventus in the 1st position with 81 points and a
positive goal difference of +45.  AS Roma in the 2nd position with 70
points and a positive goal difference of +43.  Napoli in the 3rd
position with 64 points and a positive goal difference of +27.

The Europa League zone. Fiorentina in the 4th position with 52 points and a positive goal difference of +16. Inter in the 5th position with  49 points and a positive goal difference of +16.  Parma in the 6th position with 47 points and a positive goal difference of +12.

Relegation Zone:  Livorno in the 18th position with 25 and a negative goal difference of -24. Sassuolo in the 19th position with 21 points and a negative goal difference of -32.  Catania in the 20th position with 20 points and a negative goal difference of -32.

Up to Round 31, Week 31  most  scored goals in favor: Juventus scoring 67 goals

Up to Round 31, Week 31 most scored against: Sassuolo conceding 61 goals

Up to Round 31, Week 31 best defense: AS Roma conceding only 15 goals

Top scorer  up to Round 31:  Juventus forward Ciro Immobile with 18 goals

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– Italy Serie A Table
Up to Week 31
Serie A Standing

1 Juventus 81
2 AS Roma 70
3 Napoli 64
4 Fiorentina 52
5 Inter 49
6  Parma 47
7 Atalanta 46
8 Hellas Verona 43
9 Hellas Verona 43
10 Torino 42
11 AC Milan 42
12 Sampdoria 41
13 Genoa 39
14 Udinese 38
15 Cagliari 32
16 Chievo Verona 27
17 Bologna 26
18 Livorno
19 Sassuolo
20 Catania 20

Italy Serie A Table Explanation.
First, second  are direct Champions League area, here is where teams want to be.

Third position is where a team qualifies for the Champions League.

Fourth and fifth  position, this is the area for the UEFA Europa League Qualification

Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth are the RELEGATION area where team go down to the Italian Serie B


Italy Serie A  Week 31
  Saturday 29, Sunday 30, and Monday 31 March  2014

Saturday 29 March 2014

Bologna 0 – 2 Atalanta

AC Milan 3 – 0 Chievo Verona

Sunday 30 March 2014

Sassuolo 0 – 2 AS Roma

Torino 2 – 1 Cagliari

Sampdoria 0 – 0 Fiorentina

Hellas Verona 3 – 0 Genoa
Lazio 3 – 2 Parma

Napoli 2 – 0 Juventus

Monday 31 March 2014

Udinese 1 – 0 Catania

Livorno 2 – 2 Inter

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Saturday 29 March 2014

Bologna 0 – 2 Atalanta

58% Ball Possession BOLOGNA and 42% Ball Possession ATALANTA

AC Milan 3 – 0 Chievo Verona

56% Ball Possession AC MILAN and 44% Ball Possession CHIEVO VERONA

Sunday 30 March 2014

Sassuolo 0 – 2 AS Roma

39% Ball Possession SASSUOLO and 61% Ball Possession AS ROMA

Torino 2 – 1 Cagliari

53% Ball Possession TORINO and 47% Ball Possession CAGLIARI

Sampdoria 0 – 0 Fiorentina

48% Ball Possession SAMPDORIA and 52% Ball Possession FIORENTINA

Hellas Verona 3 – 0 Genoa

42% Ball Possession HELLAS VERONA and 58% Ball Possession GENOA

Lazio 3 – 2 Parma

42% Ball Possession LAZIO and 58% Ball Possession PARMA

Napoli 2 – 0 Juventus

53% Ball Possession NAPOLI and 47% Ball Possession JUVENTUS

Monday 31 March 2014

Udinese 1 – 0 Catania

40% Ball Possession UDINESE and 60% Ball Possession CATANIA

Livorno 1 – 2 Inter

% Ball Possession LIVORNO and % Ball Possession INTER

   Napoli 2 – 0 Juventus   
   37′ Jose Maria Callejon       
81′ Dries Mertens

  San Paolo Stadium

Referee: ORSATO
Fourth Official: DI LIBERATORE

       Livorno 1 – 2 Inter 
38′ Hernanes                      54′ Paulinho
  45′ Rodrigo Palacio            85′ Innocent Emeghara

  Armando Picchi Stadium

Assistants: PADOVAN – DOBOSZ
Fourth Official: GRILLI


         Lazio 3 – 2 Parma
  14′ Senad Lulic             26′ Jonathan Biabiany
67′ Miroslav Klose        81′ Michael Ciani (o.g)
93′ Antonio Candreva

  Olimpico di Roma Stadium
Referee: DAMATO
Assistants: LA ROCCA – DE PINTO
Fourth Official: LONGO

     Bologna 0 – 2 Atalanta
22′ Giuseppe De Luca
                                    26′ Marcelo Estigarribia

  Renato Dall’Ara Stadium

Referee: VALERI
Fourth Official: VIVENZI


  Udinese 1 – 0 Catania 
68′ Antonio Di Natale

  Friuli Stadium 

Referee: DOVERI
Fourth Official: PRETI

    Sampdoria – Fiorentina

Luigi Ferraris Stadium

Referee: RUSSO
Fourth Official: DI FIORE


       Sassuolo 0 – 2 AS Roma
                                        16′ Mattia Destro     
96′ Michel Bastos

  Mapei  Stadium


Referee: RIZZOLI
Fourth Official: CARIOLATO

   AC Milan 3 – 0 Chievo Verona 
   4′ Mario Balotelli
 27′ Kaka’
 54′ Kaka’

  San Siro

Assistants: VUOTO – LIBERTI
Fourth Official: BIANCHI

         Torino 3 – 1 Cagliari
Omar El Kaddouri          77′ Nene’
71′ Alessio Cerci


Olimpico di Torino Stadium

Assistants: MELI – IORI
Fourth Official: PAGANESSI

    Hellas Verona 3 – 0 Genoa
35′ Marco Donadel
88′ Luca Toni
  94′ Luca Toni

Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium

Referee: CELI
Fourth Official: PETRELLA


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