Nairabet Preview: Juventus – ChievoVerona: Back the Old Lady for a comfortable victory

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The Bianconeri have set the pace early and will look to continue when they host the Gialloblu

The Juventus Stadium is the venue of the Italian Serie A clash between Juventus and ChievoVerona on Saturday evening.

Two games in and Massimiliano Allegri’s side have won all to sit at the top of the log.  Though they are tied with four other teams on six points, they are the fancied team to win this game at odds of (1.18) according to Nairabet.

The Gialloblu suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Lazio after triumphing at Udinese on the opening day. Juventus will be a big test for Chievo and odds of (16.00) clearly show they are the underdogs for this one.

Paulo Dybala Genoa Juventus Serie A 08262017

The same firm is offering odds of (6.75) for the game to end in a draw after 90 minutes.

Juventus have won 20 of their last 28 games against Chievo, losing only once back in 2010. They are (1.05) for a win or draw here.

What’s more is that the Old Lady have triumphed in 10 of their of 14 Serie A games with the Yellow-Blues. A win to nil for Juve is quoted at (1.65).

Valter Birsa, Udinese, Chievo, Serie A, 20082017

Rolando Maran’s side have lost eight of their last 12 Italian top flight games, wining only two. The Bianconeri thus look good to win both halves at (2.35).

Chievo have conceded an average of two goals in their last nine away games. Backing two or more goals comes in at a price of (1.60) with Nairabet.

Allegri’s men have faced the fewest shots in the Serie A so far. With this in mind, they are (1.55) to keep a clean sheet.

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