Juventus will be looking to continue their upward trajectory in Serie A when they host relegation-threatened Cagliari at the Allianz Stadium on Tuesday evening (19:45 UK time).
Massimiliano Allegri’s men have won three of their last four league outings and will be seeking back-to-back wins at home for only the second time in this season. As for their guests, who are in the relegation places and three points adrift of safety, they’re on a 10-game winless streak (four draws and six losses) heading into the final round of fixtures before the league shuts down for its winter break.
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Juventus team news
Nothing short of a miracle will do for Juventus if they are to celebrate another Scudetto this season. Re-hired in the summer after Andrea Pirlo fell short Massimiliano Allegri, who lifted five consecutive Serie A titles with the Old Lady, finds the Italian giants 12 points adrift of leaders Inter Milan but six short of the Champions League places. No matter what happens Juve will end 2021 with 10+ Serie A defeats; in the 21st century, the Bianconeri had only lost 10+ games in a calendar year once before (12 – 2010). However, if they win here then Allegri will equal Fabio Capello for number of wins as a manager in Serie A (252, play-offs excluded), and he would’ve done so in 40 games fewer. The much-maligned Spanish marksman can score for a third consecutive time in Serie A, something he’s never managed before, in fact the last time Morata was this prolific within a domestic setting was in November 2019 while representing Atletico Madrid.
Juventus predicted XI: Szczesny; Cuadrado, De Ligt, Bonucci, Sandro; Rabiot, Locatelli, McKennie; Bernardeschi, Morata, Kean.
Cagliari team news
Given where they currently lie, second from bottom, not many are fancying Cagliari’s chances. History is also not on their side. For starters, Juve have won nine of their last 10 league matches against them, with the only exception coming in July 2020 when they ran out 2-0 winners under Walter Zenga but they were playing a side who had just celebrated another championship success. On top of that, Juventus have won their last five home Serie A meetings by an aggregate score of 16-1 and they’ve found the back of the net in each of their last 22 home games against Cagliari in the competition. The Islanders, who must do without the suspended Razvan Marin and Kevin Strootman, come into this game on the back off just winning one of their opening 18 top-flight games; the last Serie A side to avoid relegation having achieved fewer than two wins after their first 18 league games of the season was Bologna in 1978/79.
Cagliari predicted XI: Cragno; Ceppitelli, Carboni, Godin; Zappa, Oliva, Deiola, Nandez, Dalbert; Pedro, Balde.
Serie A 2021/22 recent form:
- Juventus: WDWWL
- Cagliari: LLDDD
Scoreline prediction: Juventus 2-0 Cagliari
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