Match - Sat 18 May, 20:45, Luigi Ferraris
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Sampdoria await champions Juventus
Juventus defender, Andrea Barzagli
The Bianconeri secured their second successive Scudetto when they played to a 1-1 draw against Cagliari last Saturday.
Antonio Conte’s men are unbeaten in their last 12 league matches, winning ten and drawing two to sit comfortably in first place with 87 points from 37 matches.
Sampdoria on the other hand are going through a bad patch of form and have failed to register a win in their last ten league matches.
The last time Delio Rossi’s men collected maximum points was at the beginning of March when they edged Parma 1-0.
Last weekend they suffered their 17th loss of the season, going down 2-0 to Lazio to remain in 14th place with 39 points from 37 matches.
However, despite their recent form, Rossi has recently been handed a two-year contract extension by the club for keeping them in top flight football.
With the title already wrapped up, Juventus coach Antonio Conte is likely to give some of the fringe players an opportunity to start the match.
When the two sides met earlier this season Mauro Icardi’s second-half brace secured a famous 2-1 away win for Sampdoria.