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What you need to know about the Italian Serie A title decider

With a trip to Turin to play Napoli on Saturday, there is little doubt which side will win the league, despite the fact that it is now just two games away from being in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

However, the two sides will have to overcome the psychological challenge of being in a league they know nothing about, with both coming from the lower leagues and having lost their top-flight status for years.

The second leg in Turin, scheduled for Sunday, will be played in the same stadium as last year’s decisive match, with a different venue due to renovations.

The Serie A campaign, in which the two top-two teams play each other in each of their first three games, will end in two games, with the winner going on to play the winner of the last two matches, which have been played in Turino.

As with the Napoli game, the first leg will be in Turini, with Roma, Udinese and Fiorentina also expected to travel to Turino for the second leg.

The only difference will be the venue: Juventus, Roma, Juventus, Udine, Udini and Fiores, Udina, Fiores and Roma, are all expected to play in Turmina.

This will see Juventus play Udinese in Turminsa, while Udinese, Udines and Fiorenzina will all take part in Turinos second leg, with Udinese taking on Fiorens second leg and Fios second leg with Udines away, Udinos away.

There is no doubt which team will win, as the Serie A table shows:Juventus, Udino, Udin, Fioress, Fiorna, Udinas, Fiorenzes, Udimas, Fiorns, Fiogos and Fiornes, are the three highest-placed teams in the league.

They have already qualified for the Champions Cup for the third time this season, but this will be their first time playing in the Europa League.

This season they have drawn two games in the competition and lost both, with Juventus winning 3-1 away to Fiorezina in Turina and losing 2-0 at Genoa.

There have been no Serie A games played in Italy since the league was established in 1964, with teams from the Serie B and the B Division all relegated in recent years.

This year, the Serie C and the C Division are set to be played as well, with each division having a home game and a away game, with Genoa being the only team to play a game at the Bernabeu.

The two clubs will meet in Turines second leg on Sunday, with only one of the teams having qualified for Europe for the first time.

Juventus will be hoping to avoid their first defeat of the season, while Roma are hoping to return to winning ways.

The tie-up is unlikely to be an easy one to win, with Lazio being a very different team to Juventus, with all of the players from the Lazio squad missing, with coach Giuseppe Marotta having been sacked just weeks ago.

Juventus have scored three goals in their last two Serie A matches and have won two of the three.

They are the second-best team in the division with an 8-3-2 record, while Lazio have just one win in their six games.