The Serie A title standings are in, but how to classify the clubs is still up in the air.
The top four teams in the standings will be promoted to the top division next season.
These four teams, as well as the top three teams in each division, will then have a chance to make it to the Champions League group stage.
If they do, the top two teams from each division will face off in the Champions’ League group phase.
This group stage will feature five groups of four teams each.
Each group will have two groups of six, with the top six teams from the groups advancing to the knockout stage.
The remaining four groups will have one group of four.
As the Serie A table below shows, the bottom two teams in these groups will go down to the Europa League group stages, where they will play the bottom three teams from their respective groups.
In other words, if the bottom four teams from these four groups make it into the Europa league, they will face the same top-two sides from the other four groups.
If the bottom five teams from this four-group group make it out of this group stage, they’ll face a top-four-and-a-half team from the Europa group stage that will then play the top four-and