Serie A Power Rankings: Juventus rise ahead of Derby d'Italia vs. Inter Milan, Napoli stand tall

Our Serie A power rankings are back after a quick hiatus and SSC Napoli stay out in front after Luciano Spalletti’s males continued their 100% winning record through matchdays 5 and 8 with Salernitana and Cagliari still having a hard time at the other end of the table.

After the Sardinians and Hellas Verona, the Granata are the current group to have actually altered coach with Fabrizio Castori relieved of his responsibilities and the heartbreaking picture of him alone on the seafront after getting the news that he has actually been changed by Stefano Colantuono.

Our rankings after the 8th round of video games.

1. Napoli (-)

Next match:  at Roma, Sunday at 12 p.m. ET (Paramount+)
The Partenopei stay at the top after their wins over Cagliari, Fiorentina and Torino with a defense that has actually just delivered 3 objectives in Serie A all season with closest competitors and fellow unbeaten side a/c Milan currently on 7.  


Next match:  at Bologna, Saturday at 2:45 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Stefano Pioli’s males did it the difficult method however stay unbeaten after originating from behind to beat Verona in your home after away wins over Spezia and Atalanta which keeps them within 2 points of Napoli and 5 clear of bitter competitors Inter in 3rd.

3. Inter Milan (-1)

Next match:  vs. Juventus, Sunday at 2:45 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Simone Inzaghi suffered defeat on his go back to Lazio as Inter manager which loss, combined with a draw versus Atalanta and a win over Sassuolo, has actually seen the champs drop securely behind Napoli and competitors Milan in our standings.

4. Lazio (+4)

Next match:  at Hellas Verona, Sunday at 9 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Home wins over Roma and Inter sandwiched a blowout loss to Bologna which completely encapsulates the madcap nature of Maurizio Sarri’s well known design of management which is lastly beginning to gather huge lead to Serie A however stays as irregular as ever.

5. Roma (-1)

Next match:  vs. Napoli, Sunday at 12 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Losses to Lazio and Juventus have actually seen Jose Mourinho’s males drop behind the leading 2 by 7 points while Inter stay 2 clear in 3rd as the Portuguese has actually found the constraints of his team in huge matches.

6. Juventus (+5)

Next match:  at Inter Milan, Sunday at 2:45 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
After returning to winning methods versus Spezia, triumphes over Sampdoria, Torino and Roma have actually followed with the image now looking a lot more vibrant for Massimiliano Allegri as his Juve side are unbeaten in 5 in Serie A after a sluggish start.  

7. Atalanta (-2)

Next match:  vs. Udinese, Sunday at 6:30 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
A thumping win over Empoli has Gian Piero Gasperini’s males back on track after a draw with Inter and a loss to Milan which leaves La Dea simply inside the European positions as they continue to have a hard time to regain their most respected type.

8. Fiorentina (-2)

Next match:  vs. Cagliari, Sunday at 9 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
It has actually been a difficult run for Vincenzo Italiano’s side which is shown in their small drop in our rankings as Viola have actually lost 2 of their last 3 after their Inter defeat with Venezia away an especially frustrating obstacle from their viewpoint.

9. Udinese (-2)

Next match:  at Atalanta, Sunday at 6:30 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Now 5 without a win in Serie A, a minimum of Luca Gotti’s males have actually begun to jail that slide with draws versus Bologna and Sampdoria after losing to Fiorentina however Atalanta, Inter and Verona assure to be difficult tests also.

10. Bologna (-)

Next match:  vs. AIR CONDITIONING Milan, Saturday at 2:45 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Sinisa Mihajlovic’s side are a quirk with underwhelming outcomes like a 4-2 defeat to Empoli followed by a fantastic thumping of Lazio and after that an average draw with 10-man Udinese having actually led entering into the last 10 minutes.  

11. Torino (-2)

Next match:  vs. Genoa, Friday at 12:30 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
No wins in 4 now and although narrow beats to Juve and Napoli point at their being difficult to beat, a 1-1 draw with Venezia reveals that they similarly have a hard time to do enough to win at present.

12. Empoli (-)

Next match:  at Salernitana, Sunday at 9 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
An motivating win over Bologna has actually been followed up by a sensible defeat to Roma and after that an outright pasting from Atalanta which leaves them fairly safe in midtable however with work to do.

13. Hellas Verona (+2)

Next match:  vs. Lazio, Sunday at 9 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Igor Tudor’s brand-new supervisor bump is over after Verona collapsed to Milan, however they are currently in a far better position than when he took control of with a 4-0 drubbing of Spezia the emphasize from the 3 latest getaways.

14. Venezia (+4)

Next match:  at Sassuolo, Saturday at 12 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Draws with Torino and Cagliari were lastly become all 3 points versus Fiorentina, and it is a win which will have done Paolo Zanetti and his gamers the world of excellent.  

15. Sassuolo (-2)

Next match:  vs. Venezia, Saturday at 12 p.m. ET   (Paramount+)  
Things began well for Alessio Dionisi and his males with a 1-0 win over Salernitana however they have actually given that lost to Inter and drawn with Genoa.

16. Spezia (+1)

Next match:  at Sampdoria, Friday at 2:45 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Six objectives yielded over 2 video games versus Milan and Verona made the current clash with Salernitana important and Thiago Motta got his group over the line to get 3 important points while Fabrizio Castori got the slice.  

17. Sampdoria (-3)

Next match:  vs. Spezia, Friday at 2:45 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Three losses from 4 and a draw with Udinese has actually put Roberto D’Aversa in threat with the loss to Cagliari more worrying than current beats versus Juve or Napoli.

18. Cagliari (+1)

Next match:  at Fiorentina, Sunday at 9 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
A draw with Venezia was followed up by a win over Sampdoria as Walter Mazzarri lastly seems making development with this team and has them on the brink of leaving the transfer zone.

19. Genoa (-3)

Next match:  at Torino, Friday at 12:30 p.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Still without a win under brand-new ownership, 3 draws from 4 ought to not be camouflaged a development when those draws have actually come versus the groups that require to be beaten to make the indicate go up the table with an especially worrying Salernitana loss.  

20. Salernitana (-)

Next match:  vs. Empoli, Saturday at 9 a.m. ET (Paramount+)  
Castori paid the cost for an expensive defeat to Spezia in spite of a win over Genoa and while the group is plainly out of their depth in the majority of encounters, it is difficult not to pity the guy who has actually now given way for Colantuono’s return.

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