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Juventus vs Benevento
Italy Serie A
Date: Sunday, 21 March 2021
Kick-Off at 14.00 UK
Venue: Allianz Stadium, Turin.

Filippo Inzaghi scored 57 goals for Juventus from 1997 to 2001. He will travel to Turin but in the role of the opposing team’s head coach this Sunday when bottom-half Benevento will be looking for salvation points against the defending champions on Serie A Matchday No 28.

Inzaghi’s men opened the season in a fantastic fashion, but they drastically fell in both form and confidence in the last couple of months.

Gli Stregoni are winless in ten successive league matches. They’ve lost three and drawn one of the last four and are currently on the best way to getting dropped to the second tier after the end of the season.

Benevento are just four points above the red zone line at the moment. The match against Juventus is by no means the right occasion to look the salvation points at. It is very hard to be optimistic regarding Benevento’s chances of getting a result here against Juventus.

Juventus vs Benevento Head-to-head

  • This will only be the fourth head to head meeting between the two outfits.
  • Juventus have claimed two wins in the matches from the 2017/18 Serie A campaign.
  • However, Gli Stregoni managed to hold the much stronger opponents to a 1-1 draw when the teams met each other in the first half of the season.

Juventus vs Benevento Prediction

The Bianconeri are on a run of three subsequent league wins. They are as many as ten points shy of Inter at the top of the standings but have a game in hand on them.

Andrea Pirlo’s men have been eliminated from the UEFA Champions League recently and they will shift the entire focus in an attempt to catch up with the Nerazzurri in the remaining eleven rounds.

Cristiano Ronaldo was furious after the mentioned Champions League elimination against Porto. He answered the critics with a hat-trick in the last weekend’s 1-3 drubbing of the relegation-threatened Cagliari.

Juve have notched at least three goals in each of the last four matches across competitions (counting the extra-time goal against Porto). They should have plenty of room to keep such an attacking form going past Gli Stregoni who conceded as many as eight goals in the last three league matches. For the record, they’ve played the likes of Verona, Spezia, and Fiorentina in the process.

 

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