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Cagliari v Juventus live stream: Watch Serie A online

By Mohamed Moallim

Cagliari v Juventus live stream: Watch Serie A online

Published: 13:10, 14 March 2021 | Updated: 22:39, 28 November 2022

Juventus will want to put their Champions League exit behind them when they resume Serie A duties at Cagliari on Sunday evening (17:00 UK time).

Andrea Pirlo’s defending champions trail only the two Milan clubs in the table while their hosts are in a relegation dogfight.

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Where to watch Cagliari vs Juventus on TV:

  • UK: Premier Sports 1
  • US: ESPN+

Scoreline prediction: Cagliari 0-2 Juventus

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Cagliari vs Juventus build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Cagliari were unable to make it three wins on the bounce last time out. Leonardo Semplici’s side, who currently find themselves sitting one place above the relegation places, were held to a 2-2 draw at Sampdoria nevertheless it’s a far cry from recent weekends. Before this present three-game unbeaten run they had lost nine of their previous 10 league outings. In fact, the Islanders went on a 16-match winless run, which began in Turin last November when Juve ran out 2-0 winners. Away from home, Cagliari boast the league’s fifth-worst record having won two of their 13 games, and losing seven times, on the road before this weekend.

Andrea Pirlo comes into this latest round of fixtures looking to pick up his Juve team after they were unceremoniously dumped out of this season’s Champions League by Porto a few days earlier. The defending Serie A champions are third in the table but 10 points behind leaders Inter Milan, although the Nerazzurri have played a game more. Juve, unbeaten in four league outings, have only won just one of their last four games away from the Allianz Stadium, a stretch that includes defeats at big rivals Inter (2-0) and Napoli (1-0). That said, Juventus have won eight of their last nine Serie A matches against Cagliari, picking up seven clean sheets in this period.

  • Cagliari (vs Sampdoria): Cragno; Ceppitelli, Rugani, Godín; Nández, Marin, Nainggolan, Duncan, Lykogiannis*; João Pedro, Pavoletti*.
  • Juventus (vs Porto): Szczesny; Cuadrado, Demiral*, Bonucci, Alex Sandro; Chiesa, Arthur, Rabiot, Ramsey*; Ronaldo, Morata.

Leonardo Pavoletti and Charalampos Lykogiannis are both suspended for Cagliari while Marko Rog and Riccardo Sottil sit out through injury. Meanwhile there are doubts over the availability of Matteo Tramoni and Sebastian Walukiewicz.

Rodrigo Bentancur and Paulo Dybala remain absent for the visitors. Juventus also must do without Merih Demiral, who sustained a muscular injury during their game against Porto, and Aaron Ramsey and Gianluigi Buffon.


Players to watch: Federico Chiesa (Juventus)

It could be considered a somewhat solid debut campaign in a Juventus shirt for Federico Chiesa, who controversially joined the Italian champions from boyhood club Fiorentina last autumn. Although there’s no remaining Champions League football this season, he did score all but one of their goals against Porto.

In the league, he’s also been putting up strong numbers. Chiesa, a near ever-present under Pirlo, has already equalled his personal best in terms of assists during a single Serie A campaign which is six previously managed last season with the aforementioned Viola. The 23-year-old Italian forward has also been directly involved in 13 goals (seven goals and six assists), which is his most ‘direct goal involvements’ within  a single season after 23 top-flight games.

Serie A 2020/21 recent form:

  • Cagliari: DWWLL
  • Juventus: WWDWL

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