After what is turning to be an impressive 9th title for Juventus, they will be playing host to side Sassoulo at the Allianz Stadium. The match is scheduled for 1st December with kickoff scheduled for 14:30 GMT.
Juventus has a successful run in the Champions League following a 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid. Coach Mauritio Sarri will be looking to carry the momentum back to the Serie A with a close battle race.
The Old Lady is one point clear from second placed Inter Milan. It is a tight race with a slack on one team can tarnish the team’s title race. Even with a solid team, there has been slight inconsistencies in the team.
Sassuolo on the other hand are 14th placed in the Serie A with 13 points. The team has managed to pull of two wins in their past six matches. They are currently three points clear of the relegation side.
Juventus have had a successful run in the Serie A managing to pull off 5 wins in their last matches with one draw. Will the team spirit of Sassuolo manage to get the better part of Juventus, or will the Old Lady reign supreme?
Juventus vs. Sassoulo Head to Head
Both sides have met 12 times, with Juventus picking up 10 wins and Sassoulo have only managed to pull off one win. One game has ended in a draw. Here is a look at the past encounters between the two sides:
Sassuolo 0-3 Juventus
Juventus 2-1 Sassuolo
Juventus 7-0 Sassuolo
Sassuolo 1-3 Juventus
Sassuolo 0-2 Juventus
Juventus 3-1 Sassuolo
Juventus 1-0 Sassuolo
Sassuolo 1-0 Juventus
Juventus Team News
Despite an injury scare, talisman Cristiano Ronaldo was up for selection during their Championship clash with wide Atletico Madrid. The injury list currently consists of Giorgio Chiellini (cruciate ligament rupture), Marko Pjaca (knee problems), Alex Sandro (adductor problems) and Dougla Costa (hamstring injury).
Sassoulo Team News
Roberto De Zerbi will be facing a major injury scare with a number of key players out. To add to the injury list is Rogerio (meniscal injury), Vlad Chiriches (biceps femoris muscle injury), Gianluca Pegolo (fractured finger), Demonico Berardi (thigh muscle injury), Gregoire Defrel (ankle distortion) and Gian Marco Ferrari (unknown injury).
Prediction and Odds
Juventus are on a course to secure their title and are not likely to let a win go. Sassuolo are currently struggling with their away form. Sassuolo enter the match as the underdogs with a win setting them 6 points clear of relegation sides.
Goals Over 1.5
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