Gianluca Rocchi will officiate Atalanta-Juventus, while Daniele Orsato is given the whistle for a potentially fiery Milan-Napoli.
Serie A resumes this weekend following the break for international duty and the Lega Serie A have announced the referees for the Week 13 fixtures.
The biggest games are on Saturday, where leaders Juventus visit Champions League chasing Atalanta.
Rocchi is taking charge of that match and his record with Juve is of 28 wins, four draws and four defeats.
Atalanta will be less pleased, as with Rocchi they’ve managed 10 victories, six stalemates and nine losses.
Orsato is given the potentially tense Milan-Napoli and he has quite a lot of history with the Partenopei.
His record with Napoli is W15 D14 L13, but above all he has sent off seven of their players in 42 matches.
Orsato officiated Milan 27 times, with nine victories, 11 draws and seven defeats, but flashed five red cards in 27 games.
Atalanta-Juventus (Rocchi, VAR Aureliano)
Bologna-Parma (Abisso, VAR Pasqua)
Verona-Fiorentina (Giua, VAR Nasca)
Lecce-Cagliari (Mariani, VAR La Penna)
Milan-Napoli (Orsato, VAR Irrati)
Roma-Brescia (Di Bello, VAR Calvarese)
Sampdoria-Udinese (Pairetto, VAR Guida)
Sassuolo-Lazio (Chiffi, VAR Banti)
SPAL-Genoa (Giacomelli, VAR Valeri)
Torino-Inter (Maresca, VAR Mazzoleni)
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