Football - UPDATE 1-Soccer-Serie A results and standings

Dec 9 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the Serie A matches on Sunday Sunday, December 9 Cagliari 0 Chievo Verona 2 Inter Milan 2 Napoli 1 Palermo 0 Juventus 1 Pescara 2 Genoa 0 Siena 1 Catania 3 Torino

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Dec 9 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the Serie A matches on Sunday Sunday, December 9 Cagliari 0 Chievo Verona 2 Inter Milan 2 Napoli 1 Palermo 0 Juventus 1 Pescara 2 Genoa 0 Siena 1 Catania 3 Torino 2 AC Milan 4 Saturday, December 8 AS Roma 4 Fiorentina 2 Atalanta Bergamo 2 Parma 1

Standings P W D L F A Pts 1 Juventus 16 12 2 2 33 10 38 2 Inter Milan 16 11 1 4 29 17 34 ------------------------- 3 Napoli 16 10 3 3 29 14 33 ------------------------- 4 Lazio 15 9 2 4 24 18 29 5 AS Roma 16 9 2 5 38 26 29 ------------------------- 6 Fiorentina 16 8 5 3 29 18 29 ------------------------- 7 AC Milan 16 7 3 6 28 21 24 8 Catania 16 6 4 6 22 24 22 9 Atalanta Bergamo 16 7 2 7 17 23 21 10 Parma 16 5 5 6 19 22 20 11 Udinese 15 4 7 4 22 24 19 12 Chievo Verona 16 5 3 8 19 27 18 13 Sampdoria 15 5 3 7 19 21 17 14 Cagliari 16 4 4 8 14 26 16 15 Torino 16 3 7 6 17 21 15 16 Bologna 15 4 2 9 17 20 14 17 Palermo 16 3 5 8 14 23 14 ------------------------- 18 Pescara 16 4 2 10 12 30 14 19 Genoa 16 3 3 10 16 28 12 20 Siena 16 4 5 7 15 20 11 ------------------------- Note: Siena deducted 6 points. Note: Atalanta Bergamo deducted 2 points. Note: Torino deducted 1 point. Note: Sampdoria deducted 1 point. 1-2: Champions League / EC I 3: Champions League preliminary round 4-5: Europa League 6: Europa League depending on domestic cup 18-20: Relegation Next Fixtures (GMT): Monday, December 10 Sampdoria v Udinese (1800) Bologna v Lazio (2000)

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