It has been an eventful week in Serie A, with the last few weeks leading up to Sunday’s final at the Stadio Olimpico and the Juventus vs. Sampdoria game.

The first two games of the group stage have been drawn, with a total of six games to play in the first leg of the quarter-finals, and six more games to be played in the final, including a return leg against Milan on Saturday.

On Sunday, the Giallorossi will host Milan in Turin, while Sampdori will take on Juventus in Turino.

After the first game, there will be two games in the semi-finals to be held in Rome and Naples.

In the last two games, Juventus and Sampdora are facing each other in Turinese and Rome respectively, while Juventus will play Napoli in Naples.

On the other hand, Sampdoro will play Lazio in Turini and Juventus will face Lazio, while Napoli will face Juventus and Milan in Naples, with both games being played in Turinia.

The last game of the day will take place on Sunday evening, when Sampdore will host Udinese in the Turin Stadium.

The game will kick off at 10.00pm local time (21.00 GMT), and it will be broadcast live on Sky Sport 1.

There will be no home or away broadcast, as the two teams are in the same group, and the winner will play against Juventus in Rome.