Roma vs Juventus: Serie A, how and where to watch, times, TV, online
All the information on how and where to watch the Serie A clash in the Italian capital as AS Roma welcome Juventus on Sunday 12 January 2020.
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A hard fought 1-1 draw at San Siro saw Inter Milan regain top spot in the Serie A standings on Saturday night as Conte's men were unable to overcome in-form Atalanta.
Now Juventus have the chance to regain pole position in the Scudetto challenge with a point in the Italian capital enough to leap-frog the side from Milan with Sarri anxious to avoid a repeat of last season's 2-0 reverse for the 'bianconeri'. The home side too will be looking to secure the spoils with a win enough to propel the 'giallorossi' back into an automatic Champions League position.
A mouth-watering encounter awaits with the action getting underway at Rome's Stadio Olimpico at 20:45 CET on Sunday night.
What time does Roma-Juventus start at?
The 2019-2020 Serie A clash between Roma and Juve will be played at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome (Italy), on Sunday 12 January 2020, with a 20:45 CET start.
Where can I watch Roma vs. Juventus?
No matter where in the world you are, find out where you can access the Serie A game here. Online viewing may be available via the media outlets in question and their respective IOS/Android application.
USA: ESPN +
UK: Premier Sports 1
Nigeria: Canal + Sport Afrique, SLG2, SuperSport 8 Africa
Roma vs. Juventus live on AS English
You can also follow all the action right here on AS English, with our live minute-by-minute live ticker offering all the details as the Serie A action unfolds in the Eternal City.
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