Juventus vs Sampdoria – Juventus supporters will hope for a repetition of their most recent triumph over Freiburg in the Europa League, which they won 1-0.
Juventus had 47% of the game’s possession and 6 of its 20 attempts on goal were successful. Angel Di Mara was the only player to score for Juventus (53′). 0 of Freiburg’s 1 attempts on goal were on target.
The Juventus backline has proven to be very solid, as evidenced by their most recent wins. In their last six games, Juventus have only allowed four goals to get past their goalkeeper.
Showing that they haven’t offered much to the opposition. Whether or not that tendency will ultimately be continued on this site remains to be seen.
Juve hasn’t lost to Sampdoria in their previous seven games, according to their past performances.
In their prior two league home games, they haven’t lost.
Sampdoria and Salernitana played to a scoreless draw in their most recent Serie A match. Sampdoria had 56% of the possession in that encounter and 3 of their 9 shots on goal were successful. Salernitana had 10 attempts total, 4 of which were on goal.
Over their previous six games, Sampdoria’s forward players only managed to score three goals, which was a disappointing result. Additionally, i Blucerchiati have had seven goals scored against them overall in those contests.
According to pre-game statistics, Sampdoria has lost all nine of their league games against Juventus when they have faced them away from home.
They have gone four consecutive league games away from home without picking up a win, which is a very poor run of outcomes when playing away from home.
Juventus vs Sampdoria – Betting Analysis
Sampdoria has had disappointing outcomes in these matches, according to their head-to-head record dating back to September 20, 2020.
They have been unable to win any games at all, while Juventus has continued to outperform them, winning 83% of the times they have played.
During those matches, they combined for 19 goals, with Juve scoring 15 of them and I Blucerchiati scoring 4. That equals 3.17 goals per game on average.
For Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri, Kaio Jorge (fitness), Mattia De Sciglio (muscle fatigue), and Arkadiusz Milik (biceps femoris muscle injury) will be unable to participate. Due to his suspension, Moise Kean is ineligible for this encounter.
We believe Juve will line up in a 3-5-1-1 configuration this time, with Wojciech Szczesny, Danilo, Bremer, Alex Sandro, Juan Cuadrado, Nicol Fagioli, Manuel Locatelli, Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostic, Angel Di Maria, and Dusan Vlahovic being the players chosen.
We believe the 3-4-2-1 formation might be used by the Blucerchiati, with Emil Audero, Alessandro Zanoli, Bram Nuytinck, Bruno Amione, Mehdi Léris, Harry Winks, Tomas Rincon, Tommaso Augello, Mickal Cuisance, Abdelhamid Sabiri, and Jesé as the starters.
When playing Sampdoria, who may find it difficult to score, Juventus should be able to score a couple of goals, in our opinion, given the strength of these two sides.
What are the top odds for this match?
Checking the latest betting odds for this match in the WDW market, backing Juventus is available for 1.36, a bet on the draw is 4.86 and selecting a victory for Sampdoria gets you 9.6. They’re the most competitive prices on offer at the current time.