Juventus welcome Roma for a Serie A showdown at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday evening (19:45 UK time).
This will be the 177th meeting between these sides with Juve 84 times with their visitors claiming 41 successes. However in the Old Lady’s backyard they’ve picked up 58 wins to Roma’s nine.
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Where to watch Juventus vs Roma on TV:
- UK: BT Sport 1
- US: Paramount+
Scoreline prediction: Juventus 2-2 Roma
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Juventus vs Roma build-up & previous line-ups:
After failing to win any of their opening four Serie A matches Juventus come into this latest round on a three-game winning streak. Massimiliano Allegri’s men have won each of those matches by a one-goal margin including against city rivals Torino last time out. As a result the Old Lady find themselves in eighth place and 10 points behind leaders Napoli heading into this weekend’s fixtures. From a historical standpoint only against Inter (85) have Juve won more Serie A matches than against Roma (83) while only Lazio (275) have conceded more goals to Italy’s most decorated champions than Roma (269). Following their 2-0 victory in February, the Bianconeri can register back-to-back wins over Roma for the first time since 2016. It’s also worth noting, among the clubs he’s faced more than three times in Serie A the Romans are the side which Allegri has the lowest win percentage (35% – 7 wins from 20 matches).
After starting the season with a bang, winning their opening three Serie A fixtures, José Mourinho’s men have won just two of their previous three matches. They also come into this weekend’s showdown in Turin on a two-game losing streak away from home. If we stretch Roma’s form back into last season then I Giallorossi have won just one of their previous 10 matches on the road. A run that includes seven defeats. Roma have lost nine Serie A away games in 2021 (W3 D3), the last time they lost at least 10 away games in a single calendar year in the top-flight was in 2012, and before that it hasn’t happened since 1977. During this calendar year they’ve already lost on nine occasions. The last time Roma suffered 10 away losses in a single year in the top-flight was in 2012, and before that it had not occurred since 1977.
- Juventus (vs Torino): Szczesny; Danilo, De Ligt, Chiellini, Sandro; Bernardeschi, Locatelli, McKennie, Rabiot; Chiesa, Kean.
- Roma (vs Empoli): Patrício; Karsdorp, Mancini, Smalling, Viña; Veretout, Darboe; Zaniolo, Pellegrini, Mkhitaryan; Abraham.
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Player to watch: Federico Chiesa (Juventus)
In the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo no fewer than eight Juventus players have struck in Serie A this season. From those individuals three are on at least two goals. Federico Chiesa is not among them with his only strike to date coming on matchday five when Juve ran out 2-3 winners at Spezia Calcio; the 23-year-old Euro 2020 champion, who’s been linked with a plethora of clubs, has previously faced Roma on no fewer than six occasions without finding the net. Excluding his current employer — who Chiesa has faced eight times and having failed to breach their defence — Roma are the Serie A team he’s played the most games without a goal. During those previous outings he’s also failed to create a single goal against the Giallorossi.
Serie A 2021/22 recent form:
- Juventus: WWWDL
- Roma: WLWLW
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