La Vecchia Signora’s first back-to-back title in a decade was clinched courtesy of a highly impressive eight-match winning streak, and they are favourites at 23/20 (2.15) with BetVictor to extend that run to nine in Bergamo.
With just one win in their last seven, the hosts will be grateful for the seven-point cushion that currently separates them from the relegation zone with three games remaining, and they are outsiders at 13/5 (3.60) to come out on top this evening.
Five of the last nine matches at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia have resulted in a draw, and you can get odds of 23/10 (3.30) on this one finishing all square.
While one might expect the champions to relax after getting their hands on the Scudetto, the fiercely competitive Antonio Conte has targeted maximum points from the last three games in order to break the club’s previous record points haul of 91, set under Fabio Capello.
Although some players may be rested, the former Siena coach is still set to field a strong enough team to maintain the Bianconeri’s dominant record over Stefano Colanutano’s side.
La Dea have not beaten Juventus in almost 10 years, and have lost nine of their last 10 encounters with the Turin giants, making those 23/20 (2.15) odds look far too good to miss on the away win here.
Conte’s men ran out 2-0 winners in this fixture last season, and it would come as no surprise if we see a repeat performance this time out.
The visitors have won three of their last four league away games by that same 2-0 margin, while Atalanta have been on the wrong end of the same result twice in their last four matches, so it is well worth having a tipple on the 11/1 (12.00) odds on offer for that scoreline coming in on Wednesday.
|Juventus to win at 23/20 (2.15) with Bet Victor
||Juventus to win 2-0 at 11/1 (12.00) with Bet Victor
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