5 March 2018 22:07:16 As the season starts, it is a tricky situation for Italy.
The most experienced teams have had a good start to the season, but the other four have started slowly.
The team that started slowly was Juventus, which has had a disappointing start to this season.
The other four are Juventus, Juventus, Inter Milan, Lazio and Napoli.
Juventus were relegated last season, and it is very difficult to see them being promoted, but with their recent signings, they are certainly capable of challenging for a place in the Champions League.
It is important to note that Lazio are also relegated and have not been successful at any point this season, with their form having been somewhat inconsistent.
Napoli have had one of their best seasons yet, winning the Scudetto and Europa League with their new signings.
Inter Milan have a very promising start to 2017-18, and they should be a very attractive team for anyone, with the likes of Alessandro Del Piero, Robert Lewandowski and Ivan Perisic all available.
Lazio also have several new players to help their team, with Simone Zaza, Matteo Mancini and Gianluigi Donnarumma all signed, as well as Paulo Dybala.
Napoleonic legend Paolo Maldini is the new man on the bench, and he has been a constant source of goals.
Juventus, Lazios and Inter have all had solid performances, but it is likely that Inter Milan and Lazio will not be able to take part in the tournament.
If you would like to watch a live stream of this match, you can do so here.
Juventus 3-1 Napoli Napoli have been looking strong for a while now.
They have a solid backline, with Matteo Trentin, Marco Verratti, Giacomo Bonaventura, Giuseppe Marchetti and Alessandro Florenzi.
Bonaventsura, a former Lazio defender, has come into his own this season and is a player who can cause problems for opposing teams.
The Italian giants also have some quality on the wing.
Mario Mandzukic, Daniele De Rossi, Sergio Picchi, Luca Antonelli, Marco Calcio, Andrea Pirlo and Giacinto Luzzatto have all started for Napoli, with Verrati having the best game of the season.
Napolioni have had some great performances this season too.
The Giallorossi have started well, scoring six goals, but have conceded four.
They may not have the goals of Inter Milan or Lazio, but they are still a very good side, and will be a good test for Napolions backline.
Juventus 1-2 Inter Milan Inter Milan have struggled to find their form lately, and that has cost them a few points, especially against Milan.
However, they did score one of the best goals of the campaign, against Milan in the Serie A. It was the game when the Nerazzurri broke away from their 3-3 draw with Fiorentina and made a late comeback to win the game 4-3.
Inter are a very strong side, with two strikers in Simone Zola, Stefano Pioli and Alessio Cerci, as they have won four Serie A titles.
They will need to improve in other areas to be successful, especially in front of goal.
Napolitano’s side has had an amazing start to Serie A, but has struggled to score goals.
They are very good at finding the back of the net, and should be able of challenging Juventus for a spot in the semi-finals.
Lazios 2-1 Inter Milan Lazios have been a lot of different sides throughout the season with Inter, Inter and Inter.
Lazians play a lot more possession football than the rest of the teams, with Stefano Prisco and Simone Zane scoring a lot, while the likes, Federico Fazio, Paolo De Negri and Gianluca Pisanu have also done well.
Lazia have had good results at home, with goals from Alessandro Diamanti, Gianlucio Totti and Gennaro Mancia.
The Lazio coach is currently under contract, but is still free to leave this summer.
Juventus 2-0 LazioJuventus have struggled for goals this season as well.
It has been the worst season in the history of the club, with eight goals conceded in the first nine games.
Their only goal came in the final of the Scudo Cup, when Juventus won 4-1.
Juve are still strong, with Andrea Pisan, Fabio Quagliarella and Giuseppina Vignola scoring.
Lazaretto is also capable of scoring, as Lazaretta is capable of finding the net.
Napolo Maldinini is back, as he was at the beginning of the year.
He was a key player