Serie A 2019-20 fixtures: Juventus host Napoli in week two
New Juventus head coach Maurizio Sarri will come up against his former club Napoli on just the second weekend of the new Serie A season.
Serie A champions Juventus will host last season's runners-up Napoli in week two of the 2019-20 campaign.
Sarri faces former club in early clash between 2018/19 top two
The Bianconeri romped to an eighth consecutive league title last term and will face an early test of their credentials under new head coach Maurizio Sarri – Napoli boss until 2018 – when Carlo Ancelotti takes his side to Allianz Stadium on September 1.
That day will also see the first Rome derby of the season, with Lazio and Roma facing off at Stadio Olimpico.
The first Milan derby between AC Milan and Inter is scheduled for September 22, with the reverse fixture lined up for February 9.
In November, Juventus face a Turin derby against Torino and a home clash against AC Milan.
Serie A fixtures promise thrilling end to league season
Following the winter break between December 23 and January 5, Napoli host Inter and Juventus meet Roma in the capital in January before the season comes to an eye-catching close on May 24.
Juve host Roma, Inter travel to Atalanta – who finished third last season – and Napoli take on Lazio at the San Paolo on what promises to be a thrilling conclusion to the campaign.
All fixtures are subject to changes for live broadcast and European commitments.
Serie A 2019-20 key fixtures:
September 1, Juventus v Napoli
September 1, Lazio v Roma
September 22, Milan v Inter
October 6, Inter v Juventus
November 3, Torino v Juventus
November 10, Juventus v Milan
November 24, Milan v Napoli
December 8, Lazio v Juventus
December 15, Genoa v Sampdoria
January 5, Napoli v Inter
January 12, Roma v Juventus
January 26, Napoli v Juventus
January 26, Roma v Lazio
February 9, Inter v Milan
March 1, Juventus v Inter
April 5, Juventus v Torino
April 11, Milan v Juventus
April 19, Napoli v Milan
April 26, Juventus v Lazio
May 3, Sampdoria v Genoa
May 24, Juventus v Roma
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