The referees for Serie A Week 26 have been announced and Marco Guida has been given Juventus-Inter at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday.
The 38-year-old is handed the task of leading the battle between the two title contenders behind the closed doors in Turin and both sides have a great record with Guida at the whistle.
Inter have won 12 of their 21 games with the match official from Pompei whilst Juventus have only lost once in their 18 matches under his surveillance.
Guida made his debut in January 2010 but this will be his first Derby d’Italia and the experienced referee has pointed to the penalty spot nine times combined in the matches involving either of the two.
Elsewhere, Marco Di Bello will officiate the match between Cagliari and Roma at the Sardegna Arena, whilst Daniele Doveri takes charge of Milan-Genoa and Maurizio Mariani leads Napoli-Torino at the San Paolo.
Serie A Week 26 referees
Cagliari-Roma:Di Bello (VAR: Giacomelli)
Juventus-Inter:Guida (VAR: Mazzoleni)
Lazio-Bologna:Abisso (VAR: Rocchi)
Lecce-Atalanta:Massa (VAR: Nasca)
Milan-Genoa:Doveri (VAR: Irrati)
Napoli-Torino: Mariani (VAR: La Penna)
Parma-SPAL: Pairetto (VAR: Di Paolo)
Sampdoria-Hellas Verona: Valeri (VAR: Banti)
Sassuolo-Brescia: Mangniello (VAR: Orsato)
Udinese-Fiorentina: Fabbri (VAR: Chiffi)
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