Serie A champions Juventus travel to the Camp Nou Tuesday.
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Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri will get a final chance to test his troops before next week's Champions League opener at Barcelona in Saturday's Serie A tie at home against Chievo.First up is modest but consistent Chievo Verona, whose players earn a combined 18 million euros ($21.6 million) annually compared to the 164 million euros pocketed by Juventus' squad.AS Roma are midtable after two games – falling 3-1 at home against Inter Milan last weekend – with unbeaten Sampdoria among the leading group.De Sciglio's former team AC Milan travel south to Lazio with city rivals Inter hosting SPAL Sunday.Elsewhere, Genoa – in the process of being sold – will visit Udinese with both teams looking for their first win.
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