Juventus continue their search for yet another Serie A league title when they host Roma on Saturday evening. The Allianz Stadium in Turin is the venue for one of the weekend’s most highly-anticipated fixtures. It gets underway at 5pm.
The current season has, however, been somewhat of a struggle for the champions. They currently sit fourth in the table, a point behind their upcoming opponents. Fortunately for the Old Lady, they have a game in hand to further attempt the climb back to top spot.
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Andrea Pirlo has guided his side to 11 league wins this season, with Paulo Fonseca guiding his men to 12. The hosts have 39 points for the campaign, with the visitors on 40.
Both clubs will be aiming to keep up with Milan duo AC and Inter, who sit first and second respectively.
Roma go into the game with two wins in their last two, but that follows three games without a win. One of those included a shock 3-0 loss at home to Spezia in the Coppa Italia round of 16 last month. But their two latest league victories have helped them recover, with one of those coming against Spezia.
It is, however, Juventus who are in scintillating form going into the match on Saturday. They have won their last five matches in all competitions, keeping clean sheets in four of those.
The only match that did not produce a clean sheet was Tuesday’s Coppa Italia semi-final win at Inter. That first leg finished 2-1 in Milan, with the return leg scheduled for Turin next Tuesday evening.
Juve then have tricky fixtures against Napoli and Porto in Serie A and the Champions League respectively. But they will still want to put up a fight against Roma come Saturday.
The home side have been given odds of 11/14 to clinch all three points.
An away victory can be backed at 18/5, with a draw available at 16/5.
It was an extremely entertaining affair when the clubs last met, with September’s league meeting ending in a 2-2 stalemate. Both Jordan Veretout and Cristiano Ronaldo bagged braces that day, with Adrien Rabiot seeing red for the visitors.
In the week that he celebrated his 36th birthday, Ronaldo has been given odds of 14/5 to score the first goal of the game.