BT Sport to broadcast 20 Serie A games in four days
BT Sport are delighted to offer subscribers 20 matches of Europe’s most exciting league in a bargain of series A football this Thursday and Sunday.
With up to seven teams vying for the crown realistically, Inter Milan struggled to Juventus Last season was the most exciting title race in Europe and the big games followed one after the other.
But there have also been goals galore across the division with sensational clashes from the higher and lower sides in the Italian top flight. No wonder Romelu Lukaku wants to come back …
Read on for a guide on how to watch every Serie A Matchday 20 and 21 game this Thursday and Sunday with some seismic clashes on offer to subscribers.
Thursday January 6
Starting with Sampdoria vs Cagliari and Bologna vs Inter at 11:30 am and ending with Juventus vs Napoli and Fiorentina vs Udinese at 7.45 p.m., BT Sport will offer you all the matches of the 20th day.
We’re kicking things off with the aforementioned double title, featuring Inter’s trip to City of Towers headlining as the defending champions look to be seven points ahead of AC Milan with a victory.
Kicks off at 1:30 p.m. will follow, where Spezia host Verona in a big clash at the bottom before a frank goal Lazio sideways gaze to propel yourself higher in the table at home to Empoli.
Great animators Atalanta are in action at 3:30 p.m. when they welcome Turin bidding to close the gap on the top three while Sassuolo meet Genoa at the Mapei stadium at the same time.
5:30 p.m. matches feature Jose Mourinho Rome visit the San Siro to face AC Milan in a must-see match for the visitors’ chances of winning the title.
New arrivals Salerno in desperate need of a win in a relegation to six points at home for Venice because they offered to extend their stay in the top flight to a second season.
Finally, there are two gigantic clashes at 7.45 p.m. to close a huge day of action in Serie A. Juventus, who slowly climbs up the standings after a catastrophic start, must win at high level Naples to keep their hopes of reclaiming the title alive.
And in Florence, the coveted Dusan Vlahovic is in action as Fiorentina seek to move up in European places with a result against Udinese.
Sunday January 6
Less than three days after the conclusion of Fiorentina against Udinese and Juventus against Napoli, Serie A are set to restart in a full series of Matchday 21 matches on BT Sport.
Again, there are two games each at each of the five kick-offs and the action starts very early on Sunday with two games at 11:30 am.
Title-chasing AC Milan honor Pier Luigi Penzo stadium as Stefano Pioli’s men surrender in a Venice squad hovering just above the drop zone.
And at the same time, Sassuolo will look to close the gap on Empoli as they head to Florence in a mid-table clash between the visitors in the October return leg.
The 1:30 p.m. clashes see a battle from the attackers in Turin where Vlahovic and Fiorentina meet Torino and Andrea Belotti as Bologna travel to Cagliari in a bid to further damage the hosts’ chances of staying in the division.
Two hours later, two title contenders are in action as Napoli host Luciano Spalletti Sampdoria – who is capable of taking points from the big boys – while Atalanta is on the road at Udinese.
There is a huge tie at the Stadio Olimpico at 5.30pm where Roma host Juventus seeking revenge for a 1-0 loss to The Old Lady in the return leg in October. It sounds like a must-see clash for the chances of both sides to get back in contention for the title.
While the action in the capital is underway, there is a big tie at the other end of the table. Genoa, occupying the last relegation spot, are looking to get in trouble for 17th-placed Spezia by hosting the Little Eagles at the Luigis Ferraris stadium.
And last but not least, BT Sport’s Serie A windfall ends with two crucial kick-offs at 7.45 p.m. that will have big impacts at the top and at the foot of the table.
The main shock comes from San Siro, where the reigning champions and Inter league leaders face a severe test against a Lazio side who have featured in notable games this quarter.
The capital side have scored 14 times in five matches in a streak that included a 4-0 loss to Napoli and a 4-4 thriller against Udinese.
And finally, the boys of the Salernitana basement are desperate for a way out of the mess when they face Hellas Verona in hopes of registering a third victory of the campaign.