Scudetti: Roma 4-2 Lazio (Sebastian Giovinco 45) Lazio 0-1 Roma ScudetTO: Lazio 0 – 1 Roma (3-3)Lazios 1-1 Juventus Scutto: Lazios 1 – 1 Lazio (2-2) Sebi: Lazians 1 – 0 LazioScudettiVenue: Juventus Stadium, Turin, ItalyDate: Tuesday, May 10Kick-off: 17:45 GMT (18:45 BST)Venue Details: Lazaros (home) v Roma (away)Venues: Juventus, Rome (Italy) Scenario: Italy v Italy Italy has a win in every match this season, with a 3-2 win over Belgium on Wednesday.

Lazio, however, has lost all three of its previous matches, with all three defeats being by a combined score of 1-0 or less.

The Serie A giants have not lost a competitive match in 2017-18, with three draws. 

Lacoste have won three of their last four, but have lost all four matches. 

Roma have won four of their five games in Serie A, including a 4-1 victory over Juventus last weekend. 

Giovinco scored the winner for Roma in the first leg of the Scudettto on Monday night, a goal which has become a trademark of the Roma striker’s goals this season. 

Luis Alberto was involved in the Lazio comeback with a brace, his second goal of the season, as he came on for the injured Stefano Pioli in the 89th minute. 

The Italians will take on Lazio in the Scutto on Tuesday night, after a two-legged tie at the end of February.