Sampdoria vs Juventus, Sunday May 26th, 12:00 am, Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris. The Serie A 2018/19 campaign concludes on Sunday with a clash between two teams who are badly out of form despite both enjoying hugely successful domestic campaigns. Juve are champions while Samp will finish in the top half of the standings.
Juventus vs Atalanta, Sunday May 19th, 14:30, Allianz Stadium. With the Champions League places up for grabs for Atalanta, this game has huge significance on the rest of Serie A with Juventus playing a big part but not in a way that they’re used to.
Roma vs Juventus, Sunday May 12th, 2:30 pm, Stadio Olimpico. This is the standout tie from the third from last round of league fixtures in Serie A as Roma, who are battling for a top four spot, host an out-of-form Juventus, who have already won the league title.
Juventus vs Torino, Friday May 3rd, 2:30 pm, Allianz Stadium. Juventus might have been crowned Serie A champions for the eighth straight year but there’s a feeling they’re limping over the line, and Torino would love to spoil their city rival’s party in the Derby della Mole.
Inter Milan vs Juventus, Saturday April 27th, 2:30 pm, San Siro. With Juve already confirmed as Serie A champions for the eighth year in a row this may look like a dead rubber kind of match but Inter still have the fight for the Champions League places at stake so this could be a massive game in that story.
Juventus vs Fiorentina, Saturday April 20th, 12:00 pm, Allianz Stadium. This is perhaps the standout tie of the Serie A round of fixtures with Juventus requiring just one point to secure their eighth consecutive league title against a side who are without a win in nine games in all competitions.
SPAL vs Juventus, Saturday April 13th, 10:00 AM, Stadio Paolo Mazza. Imminent Serie A champions Juventus travel to SPAL knowing they only need a point to confirm their eight-straight Scudetto, and they should get all three at a canter.
Juventus vs AC Milan, Saturday April 6th, 12:00, Allianz Stadium. With the Scudetto all but sealed for Juventus, they must go through a Milan side who are still fighting for European places and hoping for qualification to next season’s Champions League.
Cagliari vs Juventus, Tuesday April 2nd, 3:00 PM, Sardegna Arena. Juventus are on course for an eighth consecutive Serie A title but face a tricky assignment with a trip to an in-form Cagliari side – who have won each of their last three home games – on Tuesday evening. Max Allegri’s side are favourites to win but may rotate players for this clash.
Juventus vs Empoli, Saturday March 30th, 12:00, Allianz Stadium. With Juventus’ focus being solely on the Champions League now, this game should be a walk in the park for the Old Lady but with Empoli desperate for points as they look to avoid relegation, could this be the biggest shock in European football this weekend?