Ascoli 1 – Pisa 0 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) Ascoli’s Sommese broke the offside trap to lob the keeper after 19 minutes, and a miserable day for the visitors saw Gasparetto (elbow) and Viviani (professional foul) both sent off in the second half.
Avellino 3 – Ancona 0 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) De Zerbi’s first half double lead Avellino to three points.
Cittadella 1 – Sassuolo 1 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) Zampagna broke the deadlock with a right-foot strike from the edge of the box. Five minutes later Pesoli was allowed a free header from a corner to earn Cittadella a point.
Triestina 4 – Rimini 0 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) Rimini were humiliated after being reduced to nine men in the first half.
Modena 1 – Grosseto 1 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) Federici rose to nod in a free-kick for a first half lead, but when Fantini set up Troianoâ€™s header and Consonni received a second booking soon after, Modena looked the liklier to win.
Livorno 1 – Vicenza 1 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) Diamanti eventually broke through with a trademark left-footed free kick into the top corner, but in the final moments Rosi brought down Bjelanovic and Margiotta kept his cool to convert the penalty.
Piacenza 2 – Brescia 2 (Serie B, April 4, 2009)
Bari 0 – Parma 2 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) Parma beat the league leaders to move within one point of the summit. ormer Bari star Vantaggiato who opened the scoring after 15 minutes beforeÂ Paloschi rose to nod in Zenoniâ€™s cross from the right and double Parmaâ€™s advantage.
Salernitana 2 – Treviso 2 (Serie B, April 4, 2009)