Friday, 13 March 2009

[FIXTURE CHANGES] Serie A Weeks 30-38

The Lega Calcio has today announced the early and late kick-offs for the rest of the Serie A season.

Serie A 2008-09As expected, all the top head-to-head fixtures have been moved to the Saturday and Sunday evening slots including the potentially big Scudetto showdown between Juventus and Inter in Week 32 and Milan-Juventus in Week 35.

Many of these adjustments have been made in the light of midweek European and cup fixtures, Italian television coverage and security reasons.

Week 30 has an unusual look as all the matches will be played on Sunday due to midweek international matches on April 1. The initial Saturday games of Atalanta-Fiorentina and Milan-Lecce, along with the Sunday night game of Udinese-Inter, have all got new kick off times.

The Week 28 and Week 29 schedules were announced in December, while the final two rounds of the season (Weeks 37-38) will all be played simultaneously at the traditional Sunday afternoon kick off time.

The Week 37 fixture between Lazio and Reggina was moved forward to the Wednesday at the request of UEFA who wanted the Stadio Olimpico prepared for the UEFA Champions League final between Barcelona and Manchester United the following week.

All kick-off times listed are UK time (+1 for Italy/CET).

Week 28:
Saturday 14 March
Cagliari v Genoa (1700)
Juventus v Bologna (1930)
Sunday 15 March
Atalanta v Torino, Lazio v Chievo, Palermo v Lecce, Reggina v Napoli, Sampdoria v Roma, Siena v Milan, Udinese v Catania (all 1400)
Inter v Fiorentina (1930)

Week 29:
Saturday 21 March
Catania v Lazio (1700)
Roma v Juventus (1930)
Sunday 22 March
Bologna v Cagliari, Chievo v Palermo, Fiorentina v Siena, Genoa v Udinese, Inter v Reggina, Lecce v Atalanta, Torino v Sampdoria (all 1400)
Napoli v Milan (1930)

Week 30:
Sunday 5 April
Atalanta v Fiorentina (1200)
Cagliari v Catania, Juventus v Chievo, Palermo v Torino, Reggina v Genoa, Roma v Bologna, Sampdoria v Napoli, Siena v Lazio (all 1400)
Udinese v Inter (1800)
Milan v Lecce (2000)

Week 31:
Saturday 11 April
Bologna v Siena, Chievo v Milan, Fiorentina v Cagliari, Inter v Palermo, Lazio v Roma, Lecce v Sampdoria, Napoli v Atalanta, Torino v Catania (all 1400)
Genoa v Juventus (1930)
Sunday 12 April
Reggina v Udinese (1500)

Week 32:
Saturday 18 April
Genoa v Lazio (1700)
Juventus v Inter (1930)
Sunday 19 April
Atalanta v Reggina, Cagliari v Napoli, Catania v Sampdoria, Palermo v Bologna, Roma v Lecce, Siena v Chievo, Udinese v Fiorentina (all 1400)
Milan v Torino (1930)

Week 33:
Saturday 25 April
Chievo v Udinese (1700)
Fiorentina v Roma (1930)
Sunday 26 April
Bologna v Genoa, Lazio v Atalanta, Lecce v Catania, Milan v Palermo, Reggina v Juventus, Sampdoria v Cagliari, Torino v Siena (all 1400)
Napoli v Inter (1930)

Week 34:
Saturday 2 May
Bologna v Reggina (1700)
Inter v Lazio (1930)
Sunday 3 May
Catania v Milan, Fiorentina v Torino, Juventus v Lecce, Palermo v Cagliari, Roma v Chievo, Siena v Napoli, Udinese v Atalanta (all 1400)
Genoa v Sampdoria (1930)

Week 35:
Saturday 9 May
Sampdoria v Reggina (1700)
Lazio v Udinese (1930)
Sunday 10 May
Atalanta v Genoa, Cagliari v Roma, Catania v Fiorentina, Chievo v Inter, Lecce v Napoli, Siena v Palermo, Torino v Bologna (all 1400)
Milan v Juventus (1930)

Week 36:
Saturday 16 May
Roma v Catania (1700)
Udinese v Milan (1930)
Sunday 17 May
Bologna v Lecce, Fiorentina v Sampdoria, Genoa v Chievo, Juventus v Atalanta, Napoli v Torino, Palermo v Lazio, Reggina v Cagliari (all 1400)
Inter v Siena (1930)

Week 37:
Wednesday 20 May
Lazio v Reggina (1830)
Sunday 24 May
Atalanta v Palermo, Cagliari v Inter, Catania v Napoli, Chievo v Bologna, Lecce v Fiorentina, Milan v Roma, Sampdoria v Udinese, Siena v Juventus, Torino v Genoa (all 1400)

Week 38:
Sunday 31 May
Bologna v Catania, Fiorentina v Milan, Genoa v Lecce, Inter v Atalanta, Juventus v Lazio, Napoli v Chievo, Palermo v Sampdoria, Reggina v Siena, Roma v Torino, Udinese v Cagliari (all 1400)

[Week 1] - [Week 2-6] - [Week 7-19] - [Week 30-38]

Source: Lega Calcio

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