What we know about the Juventus-Sampdoria derby at Stadio Olimpico
Ahead of next season, the Serie A champions will face the Sassuolo giants in a home and away fixture.
Both sides have been struggling financially, with the Nerazzurri losing around €10 million in their first season in the top flight.
This year, Juventus have lost €20 million and are currently sitting just six points adrift of the top four, while Sampdoria are in second place with just €5 million in the bank.
A win would be a huge boost for both clubs, with both struggling to score goals.
The Nerazzurs have been able to score in the last two seasons, and have scored at least five goals in each of their last two matches.
They have also lost just one of their previous 10 matches this season, while the Sassucos are looking to pick up a fifth win in the league.
If both sides can come through the first half unscathed, the game could be the deciding one for the season.