Juventus host Genoa on Wednesday evening in Serie A action as they look to continue their unbeaten run in all competitions.
They have seven wins and two draws from their nine league games so far, along with two wins and a draw in their Champions League group.
Next up is Genoa, who travel to Turin hovering dangerously above the relegation zone.
The visitors have been given odds of 11/1 to cause the shock of the season and take all three points.
They can be backed at 17/4 to clinch a draw on the road.
Genoa picked up just their second victory of the season last time out in a 3-1 win at home to Brescia. It’s a massive 80/1 for them to do the same against Juventus. They will also be boosted by Juve’s failure to overcome Lecce at the weekend.
Genoa sit level on points with Lecce with both teams winning two, drawing two and losing five of their Serie A games.
Maurizio Sarri’s side drew 1-1 against Genoa’s fellow relegation rivals. It’s currently 9/1 for the same outcome on Wednesday night.
Paula Dybala helped fill the void left by the rested Cristiano Ronaldo against Lecce. His penalty put the league leaders in front, but they were pegged back to 1-1 just minutes later.
The Argentine forward is 3/1 to score the game’s opener. But his fellow frontman Ronaldo will undoubtedly return to action as Sarri looks to get back to get his side back to winning ways.
The Portugal star is 2/1 to score anytime and get his fifth Serie A goal of the season.
Genoa’s Christian Kouame will, however, be keen to have his say. He is also searching for his fifth league goal. The young forward is 12/1 to score the first goal of the game and 15/4 to score anytime.
Juve midfielder Miralem Pjanic is just one behind both Ronaldo and Kouame in the scoring charts. He’s 13/2 to score first and 15/8 to score anytime throughout the 90 minutes.
The home side are currently available at 9/2 to score another penalty. Their opponents are 14/1 to do the same.
The away side have been given odds of 10/1 to score in both halves, a feat that would more than likely see them come out victorious and climb away from the dreaded relegation zone.