Despite the rarest of rare occurrences—a Luca Ranieri brace—the Viola only take a point in Belgium.
The Viola get their first chance against a league heavyweight this season.
Not sure if the Viola need to bounce back from a midweek reversal or continue a 100% record in Serie A, but they definitely need to do one or the other.
The prelude to the Conference League begins now.
We’re halfway through August and it’s time to get ready for the first game of the season.
Two European finalists meet in season’s final match at the Artemio Franchi.
It’s time for the big one. The really, really big one.
All the Viola need to do is not torpedo themselves and cruise on into the Coppa Italia final. And yes, we know that’s asking a lot.
It’s not quite a pressure-free fixture, but the Viola’s task is simple enough: lose 2 or fewer goals, at the absolute bare minimum.
This is shaping up to be a fascinating clash between two teams going in opposite directions.
The Viola will try to keep this win streak going at home against several familiar faces.
Two squads in European quarterfinals and the Coppa Italia semifinals meet in Serie A.
The Viola have a game against a team logic says they should sweep aside. Except that this outfit remains as illogical as any in the world.
All the Viola have to do is hang on, but they’ll probably want to do more than that.
The white-hot Viola head north for what should (should!) be a simple affair against a side that’s already all but relegated.
This way to the business end of the Conference League.
With both teams looking ahead to crucial European ties in the midweek, either could be the other’s speed bump.
The Viola have an immense advantage, but not so immense they can’t drop it.
The Viola look to build some momentum and get a bit of revenge in the Derby dell’Appennino.
With the teams even in the table, this should be a match of fine margins.
The Viola open their Coppa Italia campaign against the struggling Ligurians.
The Viola will try to right the ship against the reeling Neroverdi, who’ve been the Tuscans’ bugbear over recent seasons.
The Viola finally, finally, finally emerge from the break with a match against the newly-promoted Biancorossi.
The Viola have a chance to round out 2022 with a lot of momentum with just the small matter of the reigning champions in the way.
The Viola will try to maintain the good vibes in their final home match of 2022.
The Viola try to make it two in a row in the league for the first time this year.
The final match of the group stage doesn’t have too much riding on it besides the sort of momentum the Viola desperately need.
The Viola will try to take some moral victories and push them all the way to actual victories.
Always nice to welcome one of the national giants when you’re at your most fragile.
The Viola have a chance to really build some momentum, but the Giallorossi are a deceptively tough opponent.