Sixth placed AS Roma travel to Fiorentina as they continue their bid to get into the Champions League. The hosts are 11th in the table and need to bounce back from their Coppa Italia defeat. Roma have just two Serie A games to play and are four points behind the final Champions League qualifying position. Their current sixth place takes them into the Europa League but they could drop down into the Europa Conference League if ending the season poorly. Juventus are in seventh and only a point behind Roma, whose final game is at home to Spezia. Of course, Jose Mourinho's team could end up in the Champions League if beating Sevilla in the upcoming Europa League final. Roma are not in the best of form at present. Their only win in the last eight matches played was the home Europa League win over Bayer Leverkusen. Just five points have been earned from their last six Serie A matches. Five have ended level with the other a home loss to Inter. They twice had to come from behind to get a 2-2 home draw with Salernitano last weekend. Scoring twice was welcome news for Roma as they'd only scored once in their four previous matches. Away form has seen them win just one of the last 12 in all competitions. Nine of the last 11 have had under 2.5 goals scored.
Fiorentina also have a European final to prepare for. They face West Ham in the Europa Conference League final and that's their only route into European football next season. They can't qualify via their league placing and on Wednesday, lost the Coppa Italia final. The 2-1 loss to Inter was disappointing after taking a third minute lead. Fiorentina have only lost one of their last five league games, a 1-0 loss at champions Napoli. Their most recent Serie A match saw them take the lead at Torino but only draw 1-1. Home form is strong at present with a seven-game unbeaten run in Serie A with the last two matches won to nil. Their last three league fixtures have all seen under 2.5 goals scored and we go for that stat to come up in this game.