The first of the Serie A fixtures of the 2015/16 campaign is set to be broadcast live on the TV channel Sport Mediaset.
The match between the Juventus and Roma, a match which took place last night, will be aired live on Saturday afternoon.
The first-leg of the first leg between the two teams was played last night and the referee of that match, Marco Carletto, will officiate the third leg, which will be played on Saturday night.
As of now, Sport Media is only broadcasting the first-half of the match, which has already been delayed due to rain.
There will be some more details to be announced, but the Italian media outlet is reporting that the match will be broadcast on Saturday.
It is still unclear when the second leg will be shown live, as the Italian football association has not yet issued a statement.
Roma will be facing Juventus for the first time this season.
This will be the first Serie A game for Juventus since it defeated Udinese in the final of the Italian Cup last season, which was won by the Nerazzurri.
In their first league game in 14 months, Juventus took the lead thanks to a penalty shootout.
Juventus took the initiative in the game and played a compact and compact game, while Roma, who lost 2-0 to Sampdoria in the Coppa Italia final, looked vulnerable.
After the game, the Italian FA stated that there was no problem between the teams in the shootout.