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    01.09.2017 11:37 - in: Serie A S

    The month ahead: September

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    Juventus.com takes a look at the month ahead for the Bianconeri as the Champions League group stage begins

    After two Serie A matches and an international break, the 2017/18 season kicks into full gear in September with six matches in a 19-day span. Here's what's ahead for Massimiliano Allegri's side as September gets underway:

    SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER VS CHIEVO 18.00 - ALLIANZ STADIUM

    Juventus returns home for their second Serie A match at the Allianz Stadium on Saturday, 9 September against Chievo Verona. The gialloblu currently sit 10th in the Serie A table with three points from two matches. Juventus will be looking to win their first three Serie A matches of the season for the second year in a row

    TUESDAY 12 SEPTEMBER AT BARCELONA 20.45 - NOU CAMP

    A new UEFA Champions League campaign begins for Juventus with a return to the Nou Camp to face a Barcelona side that they defeated 3-0 on aggregate in the quarterfinals of last year's competition. A result at the Nou Camp would go a long way to putting Juventus well on their way as the group stage gets underway. 

    SUNDAY 17 SEPTEMBER AT SASSUOLO 12.30 - MAPEI STADIUM

    It's back to work in the league for Juve after the trip to Barcelona with a trip to Modena to face Sassuolo. The neroverdi have earned one point from their first two Serie A matches and have yet to find the back of the net. Last year, Juve earned wins both home and away against Sassuolo.

    WEDNESDAY 20 SEPTEMBER VS FIORENTINA 20.45 - ALLIANZ STADIUM

    A run of three home matches in eight days starts on 20 September as Juventus welcomes Fiorentina to the Allianz Stadium. Always a hotly contested matchup, with each home team winnining 2-1 last season. La Viola have struggled to open the season and are currently tied for bottom of Serie A with 0 points and a -4 goal differential after two matches. 

    SATURDAY 23 SEPTEMBER VS TORINO 20.45 - ALLIANZ STADIUM

    The first Derby Della Mole comes to the Allianz Stadium on Saturday as Juve hosts Torino in the cross-town derby. Last year, Juventus earned a 3-1 win away while drew 1-1 at home. Torino have started the season with success earning four points from their first two matches with Adem Ljajic finding the back of the net on both occasions. 

    WEDNESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER VS OLYMPIACOS 20.45 - ALLIANZ STADIUM

    The Champions League anthem will bellow through Turin for the first time in the season at the end of the month as Juventus hosts Greek champions Olympiacos in the second group stage match. This is the second visit to Turin for the Greek side in the last three Champions League campaigns with Juve earning a 3-2 win in the last visit in 2014. 

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