2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
15-10-8, 6th in Italian Serie A
26 Serie A goals in 90 seconds (1:32)
Roma squander chance to enter top 4 at Inter (1:29)
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5dReuters

Perisic secures Inter Milan draw vs. Roma

Ivan Perisic headed a second-half equaliser to rescue a 1-1 Serie A draw for Inter Milan at home to AS Roma on Saturday.

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7dJames Horncastle

Inter, Roma recovering from dramatic campaign

There's been no shortage of drama in Milan or Rome, yet despite the theatrics, Inter and Roma are in a heated battle for Champions League places.

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12dReuters

Dzeko sends Roma fourth with win over Udinese

Edin Dzeko scored his first home goal in almost a year to seal a 1-0 win for AS Roma over Udinese that moves them into fourth place in Serie A.

Edin Dzeko strengthens Roma's top 4 hopes (1:07)
Roma keep top 4 hopes alive (0:54)
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19dReuters

De Rossi puts Roma back in hunt for Champions

AS Roma captain Daniele De Rossi put them back in the hunt for a Champions League place when his goal earned Claudio Ranieri's side a 1-0 win.

Fiorentina dent Roma's Champions League hopes (1:58)
Napoli sweep aside sorry Roma (2:34)
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25dReuters

Ranieri's problems mount as Roma slump

Napoli ripped Roma's defence to shreds as they handed the hosts an embarrassing 4-1 defeat at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday.

How the ICC has benefited soccer in the U.S. (1:01)
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38dAssociated Press

Roma teen Zaniolo in Italy squad, Balotelli out

Zaniolo, 19, has had a breakthrough season and has emerged as one of the most promising talents in Italy's top flight since his move to Roma.

Roma's top-4 hopes dented with loss to SPAL (1:27)
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40dReuters

Roma top-four hopes hit by defeat at SPAL

Claudio Ranieri's AS Roma side suffered a blow to their top-four hopes in Serie A as they went down to a surprise 2-1 defeat at struggling SPAL.

Roma hold on to win on Ranieri's debut (1:54)
El Shaarawy puts Roma ahead with a stunner (0:53)
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48dESPN

Arsenal target Monchi leaves Roma role

Former Sevilla director Monchi leaves following Eusebio Di Francesco sacking as manager after the club's Champions League exit.

Serie A: 29 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)

RankingsItalian Serie A

Goal Difference12Tied-7th
Goals Scored584th
Assists375th
Goals Conceded4611th