Juventus vs Roma live stream: Watch today’s Serie A online
Saturday afternoon (5:30pm UK) in Turin, José Mourinho’s Roma look to extend their still-perfect start to the season against a banged-up Juventus side whose less-than-stellar start still actually flatters their performances.
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Where to watch Juventus vs Roma on TV:
- UK: BT Sport 2
- US: Paramount+
Juventus team news
Juventus started the 2022-23 seasons in ideal, if quite deceptive fashion. In their season opener, at home against Sassuolo, Juve rode a 26th- minute opener from Angel Di Maria and a pair of Dusan Vlahovic goals on either side of the break
to a business like 3-0. Simple, right? Not exactly.
Despite the overwhelming score line, Juve enjoyed less possession (42%-58%), fewer shots (14, vs 19), fewer shots on goal (4, vs 7) and barely half as many attacks (61, vs 119) and dangerous attacks (30, vs 53) is their Matchday 1 visitors. Beyond the tally on the scoreboard, there is nothing to suggest that this was a positive showing for Juventus.
Last weekend, away to Sampdoria, the run of play was far more was more equal in terms of possession (53% for Juve) and shots (10 apiece) and dangerous attacks (26-24, for Samp), with the goalless draw that we ultimately got probably the most fair result.
The takeaway here is that Juventus is longer inevitable. And this iteration of Juventus, playing this shorthanded (Di Maria will not play this weekend, joining Federico Chiesa, Paul Pogba and Wojciech Szczesny) in the wake of the offseason departures of Matthijs de Ligt and Paolo Dybala could be ripe for a hammering
Roma team news
Visiting Turin this weekend is the only other side in Serie A still yet to allow a goal. Jose Murinho’s Roma have posted an outstanding record to start the season, racking up six points from their first two games and, again, allowing no goals. Like Juve, though (though to a lesser extent), a peek under the surface suggests that the site is not yet firing on all cylinders, as each of those wins has come by the minimum 1-0 margin (the Serie A-high seventh and eighth 1-0 victories since Mourinho took over), over Salernitana and Cremonese – two sides universally tipped to be in a relegation battle.
On the plus side, after a season opener away in Salerno in which Roma surrendered more dangerous attacks than they generated (41-37), in their home opener against Cremonese was far more encouraging, as the Giallorossi dominated, racking up more shots (27-14), shots on goal (12-3), and dangerous attacks (54-36). It is worth noting that Roma’s injury report, though not quite as lengthy as Juve’s, does include a couple of rather impactful names in Gini Wijnaldum and Nicolò Zaniolo.
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Both of these sides have, to some extent, secured flattering results, based on the quality of their performance and assuredness on the pitch through two weeks. However, Roma seem significantly closer to finding footing under a seemingly rejuvenated Mourinho – who’s gotten four wins and a draw out of his nine meetings with Juventus – than the Bianconeri side that Paolo Dybala left behind.
While I’m loathe to predict that Juventus will see the business end of an out-and-out hammering on their home pitch, it’s tough to look at these rosters, injury reports, managers and early-season performances and come away expecting anything other than an away win for Roma (in which they finally strike more than once!) – perhaps with Dybala striking against his former club?
Scoreline prediction: Juventus 0-2 Roma (14/1 @ Sky Bet, in case you’re wondering)
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