The AIA has announced the referees for Serie A Week 23, with Daniele Doveri in charge of the Derby della Madonnina between Milan and Inter.
This week’s round of fixtures starts with two games on Friday, with Fiorentina-Spezia and Cagliari-Torino in the relegation battle.
Davide Massa has been given the responsibility when Lazio host Sampdoria at the Olimpico on Saturday, while Marco Di Bello will be in charge of Atalanta-Napoli on Sunday.
The 43-year-old Doveri from Rome has been assigned the Scudetto battle between Milan and Inter at San Siro, when the two local rivals clash again, but this time in Serie A.
Doveri oversaw Inter’s 2-0 win against Juventus in January, before he was the match official when Milan beat Bologna 2-1 at the Renato Dall’Ara.
Juventus play Crotone at the Allianz Stadium on Monday, with Valerio Marini leading the two teams out of the tunnel for his third match in Serie A this term.
Serie A Week 23 referees
Fiorentina-Spezia: Calvarese (VAR: Giacomelli)
Cagliari-Torino: Orsato (VAR: Mazzoleni)
Lazio-Sampdoria: Massa (VAR: Di Paolo)
Genoa-Verona: Marchetti (VAR: Valeri)
Sassuolo-Bologna: La Penna (VAR: Nasca)
Parma-Udinese: Irrati (VAR: Piccinini)
Milan-Inter: Doveri (VAR: Mariani)
Atalanta-Napoli: Di Bello (VAR: Fabbri)
Benevento-Roma: Pairetto (VAR: Chiffi)
Juventus-Crotone: Marini (VAR: Banti)