Betting Preview: Juventus v Sassuolo: Back the Old Lady to score the first goal

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Massimiliano Allegri’s men will be looking to continue their winning streak when they clash with the Black and Greens

Juventus play host to Sassuolo for their Italian Serie A encounter at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The Old Lady will be aiming for victory as they hope to dethrone the league leaders Napoli who are one point better than them.

Massimiliano Allegri’s men will be heading into this outing on the back of their 1-0 win over Atalanta in Wednesday’s Coppa Italia semi-final first leg.

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They boast of an impressive record lately having won their last nine games and have triumphed in seven of their previous nine meetings with their visitors. Therefore, Bet365 is backing them to come out on top in the engagement at odds of (1.22).

A share of spoils at the end of 90 minutes of action is available at the price of (6.00).

On the other hand, Sassuolo’s performances lately are in sharp contrast with their hosts as they are winless in their last four games.

In addition, their away record is nothing to write home about as they have not tasted victory in their last three duels. The bookmakers have tagged them as underdogs at an offer of (15.00).

Juve are unbeaten in their last 13 encounters and the betting firm is offering (1.040) for them to avoid defeat in the tie.

Juventus v Sassuolo

The reigning champions are the highest scoring side in the top-flight with 37 goals and will be expected to continue the scoring spree here. The betting outfit is putting up (1.70) for over 2.5 goals to surface in the match.

Juventus have registered the curtain raiser in seven of their previous outings with Sassuolo and punters can back them to notch the first goal at the price of (1.16) with Bet365.

*Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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