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As Matchday 4 of the season dawns, there are still three perfect teams left for the 2021-22 Italian Serie A season: AS Roma, AC Milan and Napoli will put those spotless records on the line this weekend. end while the three will hit the road.

that of José Mourinho AS Rome (1st, 9pts) has the best chance of keeping his place at the top of the standings with a pointless move Verona (19th, 0pts), who boxed his coach this week after three losses early in the season. Naples (3rd, 9pts) will have a more difficult game as he faces a Udinese (5th, 7pts) a team that starts strong and will be at rest, while Napoli comes out of a Europa League match against Leicester City on Thursday.

AC Milan (2nd, 9pts) is involved in the weekend’s renowned Serie A game when he travels to Turin on Sunday for a heavyweight clash against Juventus (16th, 1pt) who hopes to get his Serie A campaign back on track after a difficult start. Juve’s convincing 3-0 Champions League road win at Malmo FF on Tuesday should give him some momentum ahead of this one. Meanwhile, AC Milan have lost their Champions League opener 3-2 to Liverpool, but they also have Serie A title aspirations that would be significantly bolstered by a road victory over the one of the main contenders for the preseason.

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The tastes of Inter Milan (4th, 7pts), Lazio (7th, 6pts), Fiorentina (8th, 6pts) and Atalanta (10th, 4pts) will look for a draw in this Juve-Milan match in the hope that they can regain ground in the standings. As the only one of four teams with no European bonds in midweek, Fiorentina will be the most rested of the quartet.

At the bottom of the table and in the relegation race, two matches stand out on Matchday 4: after winning his first victory last weekend, Venice (14th, 3pts) and his North American contingent play an essential home game against Spezia (18th, 1pt), while Empoli (12th, 3pts) will like his place in the middle of the table and still hope to score points at home against a Sampdoria team (15th, 2pts) which held Inter Milan tied last week.

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How to watch Italian Serie A in the United States

The 2021-22 Italian Serie A season is the first championship campaign to be broadcast exclusively by CBS Sports through its linear television channel CBS Sports Network and the streaming platform Paramount +. All 380 Serie A matches will be broadcast on Paramount +.

The network will also produce pre-match and post-match studio shows titled “Calcio e Cappuccino” (“Football and Cappuccino”) around select matches.

  • Appointment: From Saturday 21 August 2021 to Sunday 22 May 2022
  • TV Channels (United States): CBS Sports Network (select games)
  • Diffusion: Paramount +

For televised games, CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) is broadcast on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial for new users. The channel is also available on major cable, satellite, and telecommunications providers, as well as streaming providers YouTubeTV, DirecTV, and Hulu.

Serie A schedule: Matchday 4

(Local clubs are listed first)

Friday September 17th

Matches Time (ET) tv channels Flux
Sassuolo vs. Turin 2:45 p.m. Paramount +

Saturday September 18

Matches Time (ET) tv channels Flux
Genoa against Fiorentina 9h00 Paramount +
Inter Milan v Bologna 12h00 Paramount +
Salerno vs. Atalanta 2:45 p.m. Paramount +

Sunday September 19

Matches Time (ET) tv channels Flux
Empoli vs. Sampdoria 6.30 a.m. Paramount +
Venezia vs. Spezia 9h00 Paramount +
Lazio vs. Cagliari 12h00 Paramount +
Verona v AS Rome 12h00 Paramount +
Juventus v AC Milan 2:45 p.m. CBS Sports Network Paramount +

Monday, September 20

Meet Time (ET) tv channels Flux
Udinese vs. Napoli 2:45 p.m. Paramount +

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