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AC Milan Play Atalanta On Sunday Night To Decide Their Champions League Fate

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Milan are so close yet again but have a huge obstacle ahead of them.

Head Coach of AC Milan Stefano Pioli during the Serie A 2020... Photo by Fabrizio Carabelli/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

The Lega Serie A have officially confirmed the schedule and the times for the final round of fixture in the 2020/21 season of the Serie A. The final day will be huge for the qualification to the UEFA Champions League places will AC Milan, Napoli and Juventus all needing to get positive results to make it. Milan have a particularly difficult game against Atalanta in Bergamo which they need to win to guarantee a place in the UCL. A number of alternate scenarios exist but Stefano Pioli’s men need to focus on winning the game.

Below is the list of the final games and the three that concern us:

Sunday 23 May, 3pm – Inter Milan - Udinese

Saturday 22 May, 20:45 CEST – Cagliari - Lazio

Saturday 22 May, 20:45 CEST – Crotone - Fiorentina

Saturday 22 May, 20:45 CEST – Sampdoria - Parma

Sunday 23 May, 20:45 CEST – Atalanta - AC Milan

Sunday 23 May, 20:45 CEST – Bologna - Juventus

Sunday 23 May, 20:45 CEST – Napoli - Hellas Verona

Sunday 23 May, 20:45 CEST – Sassuolo - Lazio

Sunday 23 May, 20:45 CEST – Spezia - AS Roma

Sunday 23 May, 20:45 CEST – Torino - Benevento