The Italian Serie A continued it's 33rd round of matches on Wednesday, as 7 games were played. Apart from the Udinese - Lazio fixture which ended goalless, every other game had the two teams scoring at least a goal. Also Juventus failed to win again when they visited Sassuolo.
It was Juventus 3rd consecutive outing in a row, in which they failed to pick up maximum points. The result definitely increases the chances of their fellow title challengers catching up with them at the top of the log. The game ended 3-3, with Juventus always coming from behind to level the scores. Juventus now have 77 points from 33 games.
With 5 games to play, there is still a lot to play for, as Atalanta, Lazio, and Inter Milan are charging at Juventus who are at the top of the table. Also those 4 teams are almost certain to qualify for the Champions League next season. In the other end of the table Leece, Brescia, and Spal occupy the relegation zone. Have a look at the current Series A table after today's games.
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