Juventus v Sampdoria Live Streaming – TV Channel, Team News and Match Details from Serie A

Juventus host Sampdoria in the opening weekend of the new Serie A season in a 7:45pm kick-off at the Allianz Stadium as we bring you the latest Juventus v Sampdoria live streaming news.

The Old Lady won Italy’s top-flight for the ninth consecutive time last campaign, while Sampdoria lost more than half of their league matches as they finished 15th.

What Channel Is Juventus v Sampdoria on?

The game is being shown in Italy.

Is Juventus v Sampdoria Live Streaming on Sky?

The match is not streaming on Sky tonight but can be watched live on Italian TV.

Juventus v Sampdoria : What time does the match kickoff?

The match kicks off from Turin at 19:45.

As such it’s little surprise to see Juventus start the match as odds-on 1/3 favourites, with the draw 17/4 and a Sampdoria win 8/1.

Two household Italian names at contrasting ends of their management careers face each other in the dugouts: Andrea Pirlo takes charge of his first ever senior match for Juventus, having replaced Maurizio Sarri in August, with 68-year-old Claudio Ranieri returning to his former club with the visitors.

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Didier Drogba was once set to join Juventus

Pirlo has brought in Weston McKennie from Schalke and Arthur from Barcelona to bolster his midfield, with Miralem Pjanic heading to Catalan as part of Arthur’s deal. Strikers Luis Suarez and Edin Dzeko have been strongly linked with a move to Turin before the end of the window.

They’re expected to be without Matthijs de Ligt, Alex Sandro, Federico Bernadeschi and Paulo Dybala through injury here.

As always, then, huge expectation will be placed on Cristiano Ronaldo’s broad shoulders. The Portugal forward, who recently scored his 100th goal in international football for his country, is best-priced 4/6 to score anytime (Betway). He’s 11/4 and 11/1 to score two or more and three or more goals (William Hill), and 5/1 to score one of his trademark headers (Sky Bet).

Dejan Kulusevski, who Juventus signed from Atalanta in January during an impressive loan spell at Parma, may lead the line as Ronaldo’s foil. The Sweden forward registered 10 goals and 8 assists in Serie A last season and is 9/4 to score anytime (Spreadex).

Should Ronaldo Vieira start in midfield for the visitors, I’d be keen on him picking up a card at 11/5 (Betfair). The Brazilian picked up 11 in 20 starts last campaign.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.