Lazio Has The Fewest Head-To-Head Clash Against Direct Competitors For Champions League Qualifications

With nine games remaining in Serie A, this season has been the most competitive in recent years in the battle for a place in the Champions League has never been so fierce as in recent years. 6 clubs are competing for 3 spots for the Champions League qualification. A thrilling competition that currently sees Lazio in second place in the standings with 58 points, waiting for confirmation of the fifteen-point penalty against Juventus. 

9 rounds of the competition are necessary to comprehend what the European destiny of various teams will be, the group includes Lazio, Roma, Juventus, Milan, Inter, and Atalanta, they will fight in a match that will have a lot of direct matches that still need to be played, this will undoubtedly be a significant part of the contenders for a place in the Champions League.

Starting from Lazio, had the lowest number of head-to-head matches against their competitors for the top four. Maurizio Sarri's men will be engaged in the 32nd at San Siro against Inzaghi's Inter, only to then return to Milan again to face Milan led by Stefano Pioli.

Currently, 3rd place is occupied by Roma, who will play Atalanta in Bergamo on matchday 31. Similar to Lazio, the Giallorossi will have to play both Inter and Milan, however, they will do so in front of their fans. On the final matchday, Fiorentina will be waiting for Dybala and his companions at Franchi.

The fourth place is held by Milan, this is because as mentioned, Milan is expected to participate in the matches against Roma and Lazio, on the final matchday, they will be playing in Turin against Juventus.

Inzaghi's Inter, on the other hand, will have the most challenging schedule from now until the end. After two games against Lazio and Roma, Inter will play against Napoli who may have already filed for the Scudetto. Inter will host Atalanta at the San Siro in a match scheduled before the final matchday.

Sixth place for Atalanta, who from now on will have to face Fiorentina away, as well as games against Roma, Juventus, and Inter, on their way. A match that will mark the path of Gasperini's men.

While they await the outcome of their penalty appeal, Juventus will also face three significant matches at the end of the season: the first at the Allianz Stadium against Napoli, the second against Atalanta in Bergamo, and the final in Turin against Milan

By looking at the facts on the field, we can deduce that the remaining matches for the top four competition will be employed optimally, and if Lazio does not have another black-out performance as they did previously, the Champions League ticket is already within their grasp.

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