Sassuolo had 60% of the possession in that game and made 17 efforts on goal, scoring on five of them. Abdou Harroui was the lone player for Sassuolo to register a goal (34′).
Hellas Verona made 11 goal-scoring efforts, scoring three of them. For Hellas Verona, goals were scored by Federico Ceccherini (84′) and Adolfo Gaich (95′).
In their last six games, Sassuolo have scored in each and every one of them, demonstrating their inability to stop scoring.
During that time, they have scored an overall total of 11 goals while having 8 goals scored against them. Even while that might be interesting, it’s unclear whether the tendency will continue in this forthcoming game.
Sassuolo hasn’t defeated Juventus in their last two league games, according to their past performance. In their previous three league home games, they are undefeated.
Juventus will be looking to avenge their loss to Lazio in their previous Serie A match by winning this one. Juventus enjoyed 50% of the game’s possession and 4 of its 11 shots, which were on goal, were successful.
Adrien Rabiot was the lone scorer for Juventus in the 42nd second. Lazio, on the other hand, had 9 shots total, 4 of which were on goal. Lazio scored goals through Sergej Milinkovi-Savi (38′) and Mattia Zaccagni (53′).
Juventus has scored 10 goals in their last 6 meetings. Additionally, Juventus has scored on each of those times. They have allowed 5 goals to go into their own net during that period.
In the previous six league games, Juventus had not lost to Sassuolo when the teams had met away from their respective homes. A truly impressive track record.
Sassuolo vs Juventus – Betting Analysis
Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to 10/01/2021, we can see that Sassuolo has won one, Juventus has won five, and there have been no draws.
The two teams combined for 20 goals during this time, with Sassuolo contributing 6 and Juve contributing 14. That equals 3.33 goals per game on average.
It doesn’t get much better in terms of selection, as the Sassuolo manager Alessio Dionisi just has one fitness problem out of the entire squad. Fitness’ Mert Müldür gets left out.
Jeremy Toljan, Ruan, Martin Erlic, Rogério, Davide Frattesi, Maxime Lopez, Matheus Henrique, Domenico Berardi, Andrea Pinamonti, and Armand Lauriente are the players we believe Sassuolo should start with in a 4-3-3 configuration.
Massimiliano Allegri, the manager of Juventus, has a number of scheduling conflicts to contend with. Those that cannot be taken into consideration include Mattia De Sciglio (muscle fatigue) and Kaio Jorge (fitness). Due to his suspension, Alex Sandro will not be allowed to participate in this game.
Wojciech Szczesny, Federico Gatti, Bremer, Danilo, Juan Cuadrado, Nicol Fagioli, Manuel Locatelli, Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostic, Angel Di Maria, and Dusan Vlahovic are expected to start the match for Juventus in a 3-5-2 formation, according to our prediction.
The Juventus team is expected to score and maybe preserve a clean sheet, so Sassuolo will need to exert a lot of effort to get anything against them.
What are the best odds for the game?
Checking out the betting prices for the game in the win-draw-win market, backing Sassuolo can be had for 3.84, going for a draw is 3.56 and selecting a win for Juventus gets you 2. Those are the best of the prices on offer at the current time.
Sassuolo vs Juventus – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals