Serie A Week 36: Result LECCE 0 – 0 SPEZIA, Sunday 21 May 2023 Anna Italia
Follow me on Twitter ,
Facebook: Anna Italia Page
Instagram: annaitalia2
Italian Soccer Serie A

40% Ball Possession LECCE and 60% Ball Possession SPEZIA
      Lecce 0 – 0 Spezia
Buy Serie A tickets for every Italian League football match
Serie A tickets

👉 Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Spezia, 17th position with 30 points and a positive goal difference of +26
Lecce, 16th position with 32 points and a negative goal difference of -13

Lecce and Spezia ended the Serie A Week 36 game with a goalless draw on Sunday 21 May 2023 at the Via Del Mare Stadium in Lecce, Italy. This is a point of fundamental importance also for Spezia, which goes to +1 on Hellas Verona just two days from the end of the championship. With this draw, Lecce brings the advantage over Verona third from last to 3 points, taking a fairly significant step in the race towards salvation. The teams had an overall very aggressive attitude and the goal chances in fact came with a dropper, even if the guests had a more proactive attitude. The Ligurians had the most sensational opportunity to take the lead in full stoppage time, with a double shot stopped by the Lecce defence.

Lecce’s 600th match in their Serie A history – the Giallorossi will be the second Apulian side to cross this milestone in the tournament, after Bari (1010).

Spezia are returning from the prestigious internal success against Milan, they have the possibility of leaving only Hellas Verona in third from bottom place. Lecce joined in the last round in full recovery by Lazio, have only obtained one point in the last three days, so much so that they are only two points above the duo formed by today’s opponents and Verona.

In the next round, Lecce will play on the Monza ground, while Spezia will host Torino on their pitch.

✅  Stats before the game:  Great balance in the 17 matches between Lecce and Spezia between Serie A, Serie B and the Italian Cup: five wins each and seven draws, including the first leg match of this championship, which finished 0-0 on 8 January. The last match between Lecce and Spezia at the Apulian home between Serie A, Serie B and Coppa Italia dates back to 11 May 2019: the Giallorossi won that match 2-1 in the cadet championship, thanks to goals from Jacopo Petriccione and Andrea La Mantia. In the last 12 days, Lecce (five) and Spezia (11, on a par with Empoli) are two of the four teams to have earned the fewest points in Serie A – among them Sampdoria (with seven). After the last-round draw against Lazio, Lecce could avoid defeat for two games in a row in Serie A for the first time since last February (series of three, with two wins interspersed with a draw). After the success against Milan, Spezia could register two wins in a row in Serie A for the first time since January 2022 (three in that case, with Thiago Motta as coach).

👉  Lineup Lecce: Falcone, Baschirotto, Colombo, Di Francesco, Gonzalez, Gendrey, Gallo, Strefezza ©, Oudin, Blin, Umtiti.

👉  Lineup Spezia: Dragowski, Ampadu, Bourabia, Ekdal, Gyasi ©, Reca, Shomurodov, Nzola, Esposito, Nikolaou, Wisniewski.

Buy SSC Napoli Tickets
Buy Spezia Tickets


📺  Click the video to watch Lecce 0 – 0 Spezia highlights on Sunday 21 May 2023

🇮🇹     Referee Maurizio Mariani from the section of Aprilia will be assisted by Filippo Meli from the sectio of Parma and Stefano Alassio from the section of Imperia.  The Fourth Official will be Ermanno Feliciani from the section of Teramo.   The VAR will be Paolo Mazzoleni from the section of Bergamo.  The AVAR will be Oreste Muto from the section of Torre Annunziata.


Photo via


Photo via


Photo via


Photo via

Serie A tickets2022 – 2023 Italian Serie A Week 36

Lecce 0 – 0 Spezia
Sunday 21 May 2023
Via Del Mare Stadium
Lecce, Italy


Referee: MARIANI
Assistants: MELI – ALASSIO
Fourth Official: FELICIANI

Goals: 0

🟨 Yellows: 49′ Samuel Umtiti (L), 59′ Przemyslaw Wisniewski (S), 86′ Salvatore Esposito (S), 89′ MBala Nzola (S), 89′ Alexis Blin (L)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉  Lineup Lecce: Falcone, Baschirotto, Colombo (59’Ceesay), Di Francesco (91′ Pezzella), Gonzalez (59′ Askildsen), Gendrey, Gallo, Strefezza ©, Oudin, Blin, Umtiti.

Subs: Bleve, Brancolini, Romagnoli, Pongracic, Tuia, Helgason, Ceccaroni, Voelkerling, Maleh, Hjulmand, Lemmens, Cassandro.

Coach: Marco Baroni

👉  Lineup Spezia: Dragowski, Ampadu, Bourabia (62′ Zurkowski), Ekdal, Gyasi © (83′ Ferrer), Reca, Shomurodov (63′ Agudelo), Nzola, Esposito, Nikolaou, Wisniewski.

Subs: Zoet, Marchetti, Verde, Krollis, Kovalenko, Cipot.

Coach: L. Semplici