The Serie A champions for 2021-22 will be determined in the final matchday. Milan have a two-point lead over Inter, so a draw or a win is enough for the Rossoneri to become Italian champions for the first time in 11 years.
Having a better head-to-head record against Inter this season, Milan would win the title if they finish level on points with their city rivals.
Doveri, one of the most experienced Serie A referees, will oversee their game away at Sassuolo, while Di Bello has been appointed for Inter-Samp at the Stadio Meazza. Both games will be played at 17.00 UK time.
The final matchday in Serie A will also determine the third and last team to be relegated to Serie B after Venezia and Genoa (Cagliari or Salernitana) and the last two teams qualified for Europe with Roma, Fiorentina and Atalanta in the race.
José Mourinho’s side will visit Torino on Friday night ahead of next week’s Conference League Final against Feyenoord.
Serie A referees for final matchday:
Torino-Roma Friday 20/05 h. 19.45
Genoa-Bologna Saturday 21/05 H. 16.15
Iv: La Penna
Atalanta-Empoli Satirday 21/05 H. 19.45
Avar: Di Martino
Fiorentina-Juventus Saturday 21/05 H. 19.45
Iv: Robilotta I.
Inter-Sampdoria H. 17.00
Sassuolo-Milan H. 17.00
Salernitana-Udinese H. 20.00
Venezia-Cagliari H. 20.00
Var: Di Paolo