After the international break which has been going on for the past two weeks, Juventus are determined to continue their very positive trend at the beginning of this season. In the Italian Serie A follow-up this weekend, Massimiliano Allegri’s squad will face one of the mid-table teams, Genoa. The match will be held on Sunday morning, 21 October 2018 at Allianz Stadium, Turin.
As we said, Juventus recorded a very good start in this season, it could even be said to be perfect. Of the total 10 matches that have taken place in all the events in the 2018/19 season, Bianconneri managed to bag 10 consecutive wins, including against Napoli who were considered one of their main rivals in Italy a few weeks ago. The details are Si Nyonya won 8 winnings in the Italian Serie A event and two wins in the European Champions League group stages, each against Valencia and BSC Young Boys.
This perfect start record seems to increase public confidence in Juventus’ dominance that will continue in the Italian Serie A stage this season. They are increasingly empowered with the presence of new recruits in the transfer market last summer, such as Joao Cancelo, Leonardo Bonucci and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Meanwhile Genoa, they are not as great as Juventus, but often troublesome Bianconneri in recent years. In his last five matches in all events, Genoa itself managed to pack three wins and swallow two defeats including. But it looks like at the Allianz Arena, Genoa can’t talk much in the match.
Head to head Matches – Juventus vs Genoa:
08-08-2017 Genoa 2-4 Juventus
04-24-2017 Juventus 4-0 Genoa
11-11-2016 Genoa 3-1 Juventus
04-02-2016 Juventus 1-0 Genoa
20-09-2015 Genoa 0-2 Juventus
03-22-2015 Juventus 1-0 Genoa
Juventus’ Last 5 Matches:
27-11-2017 Juventus 3-0 Crotone
02-12-2017 Napoli 0-1 Juventus
06-12-2017 Olympiakos 0-2 Juventus
10-12-2017 Juventus 0-0 Inter
17-12-2017 Bologna 0-3 Juventus.
Genoa’s Last 5 Matches:
11-11-2017 Genoa 1-1 Roma
01-12-2017 Genoa 1-0 Crotone
05-12-2017 Verona 0-1 Genoa
13-12-2017 Genoa 1-2 Atalanta
17-12-2017 Fiorentina 0-0 Genoa.
Juventus (4-3-3): Szczesny; De Sciglio, Barzagli, Rugani, Asamoah; Sturaro, Betancur, Marchisio; Bernardeschi, Dybala, Douglas Costa.
Genoa (3-5-2): Lamanna; Biraschi, Rossettini, Zukanovic; Lazovic, Omeonga, Cofie, Bertolacci, Laxalt; Lapadula, Galabinov.