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Bologna vs Juventus: Predictions
It’s been a tentative maiden campaign in the Juventus hotseat for midfield immortal Andrea Pirlo, who has experienced one or two teething issues and is now in serious threat of missing out on Champions League qualification, an almost unthinkable predicament at the start of the campaign.
As it stands just two places are up for grabs and Juve are on the outside looking in, hoping results elsewhere work in their favour as they look to navigate a potential ‘banana skin’ fixture against Bologna. Currently, The Old Lady are fifth and a point adrift of fourth, with Napoli occupying the highly-coveted spot.
Gennaro Gattuso’s men face a tricky tie versus top-of-the-table Verona, while third-placed AC Milan — also a point above Juve — take on already-qualified Atalanta in Bergamo in what is an extremely ominous fixture on paper, given Gian Piero Gasperini’s side beat the San Siro club 3-0 earlier this season.
So, Pirlo has the potential to save face and sneak a Champions League ticket at the eleventh hour if either Napoli or Milan slip-up, but of course, victory over Bologna is not a foregone conclusion, and seven of the host’s 10 wins this season have come at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara.
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Bologna vs Juventus: Match Stats
Cristiano Ronaldo has been typically breathtaking once again, scoring at a rate that belies his ageing legs, with the Portuguese superstar on the cusp of notching 30 Serie A goals for the second successive season, which would make him only the third player to hit those figures in two different campaigns in the entire history of the competition; after Gunnar Nordahl and Stefano Nyers in 1949/50 and 1950/51 respectively.
It’s been one-way traffic in this fixture over the years; Juve have won each of their last nine leagues games against Bologna, which is currently their best streak against any club in the division. In fact, I Rossoblu have only won one of their last 30 home games against Juve in Serie A, which came way back in November 1998.