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90' + 4'
M. Soulé
4 - 2
A. Rabiot
N. Fagioli
3 - 2
F. Đuričić
A. Zanoli
2 - 2
T. Augello
2 - 1
A. Rabiot
F. Miretti
2 - 0

Match Stats

55% 44%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 8 3
Total Passes 509 404
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Napoli NAP Napoli 38 28 6 4 77 28 +49 90 W D W L W
2 Lazio LAZ Lazio 38 22 8 8 60 30 +30 74 W W W D L
3 Internazionale INT Internazionale 38 23 3 12 71 42 +29 72 W W L W W
4 Milan MIL Milan 38 20 10 8 64 43 +21 70 W W W L W
5 Atalanta ATA Atalanta 38 19 7 12 66 48 +18 64 W L W L L
6 Roma ROM Roma 38 18 9 11 50 38 +12 63 W L D D L
7 Juventus JUV Juventus 38 22 6 10 56 33 +23 62 W L L W W
8 Fiorentina FIO Fiorentina 38 15 11 12 53 43 +10 56 W W D W L
9 Bologna BOL Bologna 38 14 12 12 53 49 +4 54 W D W D D
10 Torino TOR Torino 38 14 11 13 42 41 +1 53 L W D W D
11 Monza MON Monza 38 14 10 14 48 52 -4 52 L L W W D
12 Udinese UDI Udinese 38 11 13 14 47 48 -1 46 L L L L W
13 Sassuolo SAS Sassuolo 38 12 9 17 47 61 -14 45 L D L L D
14 Empoli EMP Empoli 38 10 13 15 37 49 -12 43 L D W D W
15 Salernitana SAL Salernitana 38 9 15 14 48 62 -14 42 L W D W L
16 Lecce LEC Lecce 38 8 12 18 33 46 -13 36 L W D D L
17 Spezia SPE Spezia 38 6 13 19 31 62 -31 31 L L D W L
18 Hellas Verona VER Hellas Verona 38 7 10 21 31 59 -28 31 L D L L W
19 Cremonese CRE Cremonese 38 5 12 21 36 69 -33 27 W L L L W
20 Sampdoria SAM Sampdoria 38 3 10 25 24 71 -47 19 L D L D L


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We hope you've enjoyed our live coverage of a mesmerising clash from Serie A. It's goodbye for now, and we hope to see you next time!
That win lifts Juventus into seventh spot in Serie A, four points behind Atalanta in sixth and nine adrift of Milan and Roma – currently sat fourth and fifth respectively. The Bianconeri are still hoping to overturn their 15-point deduction, and they would be second in the table without that penalty! Sampdoria remain bottom, 12 points adrift of safety and hurtling towards Serie B, despite their commendable efforts here.
It finishes 4-2 to Juventus, but the scoreline does not tell the full story of a thrilling encounter in Turin! Sampdoria looked set for a heavy defeat when headers from Bremer and Rabiot put Juve in control, but two goals in 72 seconds from Augello and Djuricic dragged the strugglers level. The Bianconeri retook the lead in controversial fashion as Rabiot avoided being penalised for handball to volley in his second, and though Vlahovic missed a penalty, Soule made the points safe at the death!
M. Soulé
90' + 4' NOW IT IS 4-2! SOULE SEALS THE WIN! Soule has his first senior goal, converting a rebound into a gaping goal to secure the three points for the Bianconeri! Kostic does well to cross for the luckless Vlahovic, who sees a header turned onto the crossbar by Turk. Soule is in the right place at the right time, however, nodding into an unguarded net!
90' + 2' Almost 4-2! Allegri is screaming on the sidelines as Juve opt against keeping the ball in the corner. They work the set-piece to Soule, who drills a powerful effort just wide of the top-right corner. That would have been curtains for Sampdoria!
90' + 1' Vlahovic does well to find Kostic, who sees a volley deflect away for a corner. This will give Juventus the chance to waste some more time.
90' We're into five minutes of stoppage time in Turin. Can Juventus cling on? Allegri is urging them to take their time at every opportunity.
89' Half a chance for Sampdoria as Malagrida shoots straight at Perin! Jese teed up his fellow substitute after escaping down the left, but the finish was too close to the Juventus goalkeeper – and there may have been an offside in the build-up anyway.
88' Gatti appears to push Jese to the ground as Samp attack on the right wing, but the referee is unmoved. Stankovic is furious on the sidelines!
F. Gatti
M. De Sciglio
87' Allegri turns to his bench again in order to eat up some valuable seconds. Gatti replaces De Sciglio at the back.
85' We're into the final five minutes of the 90 as Gabbiadini sends a tame header wide. Samp enjoyed a good spell prior to Juve's third goal but have struggled to lift the tempo since then. Can the visitors provide some late drama?
D. Rugani
84' This is a huge worry for Juve as Bremer limps from the field. Rugani is on in his place to see this 3-2 lead out, but with the second leg of the Bianconeri's Europa League last-16 tie coming up this week, Allegri will be concerned.
L. Malagrida
T. Rincón
82' Malagrida is coming on for Samp, replacing Rincon in midfield.
82' CROSSBAR! Turk denies Juve a fourth, pushing Cuadrado's shot onto the woodwork. Cuadrado's effort from 20 yards out was really travelling, but the Sampdoria goalkeeper was equal to it, turning it against the bar and away!
81' Kostic pulls out a stepover and crosses from the left. Vlahovic is lurking, but an acrobatic clearance gives Juve a corner. Kostic whips it in… but Gunter heads it clear!
79' Chances for Juve! The hosts go close twice in quick succession as Turk gets down to his right to turn away Soule's long-range strike. The ball comes back out to Vlahovic, who sees his effort blocked in the goalmouth – it just won't happen for the striker at present!
77' Great defending from Amione! The Sampdoria man throws himself to the turf to block a volley from Vlahovic, who was teed up by a neat flick from Rabiot. The offside flag eventually goes up against the Juve striker, but that would have been a close call!
76' Sampdoria win a left-wing free-kick, which is hoisted into the penalty area and cleared by Juve. Amione stays down in the box after taking an arm to the face from Bremer, but the contact was accidental and he's swiftly back to his feet.
F. Paoletti
B. Nuytinck
75' Nuytinck is replaced by 20-year-old Paoletti for Samp as we head into the final 15 minutes.
F. Đuričić
73' Jese is also on for Samp, with Djuricic going off.
N. Murru
T. Augello
73' Sampdoria are also making a change, with Murru on for Augello, who scored the visitors' first goal before conceding the spot-kick which Vlahovic missed.
M. Soulé
F. Miretti
73' Juve are turning to their bench. Soule replaces Miretti, who has impressed in midfield.
71' Vlahovic lines up a shot from the left-hand side of the area, but it's always rising and Turk is untroubled.
69' Wow. Sampdoria fought back from two goals down in the first half, but doing so again would have been a tall order. This game is still alive – will Vlahovic's miss give the visitors a boost?
D. Vlahović
Penalty Miss
69' VLAHOVIC MISSES! The Juve striker side-foots the penalty against the foot of the left-hand post, and the rebound is fired over by Rabiot, who could have sealed his hat-trick! Sampdoria remain in this contest!
67' PENALTY TO JUVENTUS! Things go from bad to worse for Sampdoria as Cuadrado drives into the box and tempts Augello into a challenge. The Samp man brings him down, and the referee points to the spot. Vlahovic will take it…
65' Goal given! Juve's lead does stand, much to the fury of their visitors. It did appear that Rabiot controlled it with his arm, but the officials disagree!
N. Fagioli
64' Fagioli flicked a neat pass into Rabiot, but the midfielder may have controlled it with his arm before finding the top-left corner. The check is ongoing...
A. Rabiot
64' GOAAAAAL! RABIOT GETS HIS SECOND, AND JUVE ARE 3-2 UP! The Sampdoria players are appealing for handball as Rabiot finds the net with a fine volley. The France midfielder started the move with a driving run before being picked out by Fagioli. He brought the ball down and lashed home on his left foot, but he may well have controlled it with his arm! VAR are having a look…
63' Cuadrado opts to take on a shot from 30 yards out, and it flies comfortably over the crossbar. That was definitely not the right decision – Juve need to keep their composure.
62' Zanoli does well to block Kostic's cross following a promising Juventus move. The Samp wing-back has shone at both ends in this game.
61' Chance for Samp! Leris attacks a left-wing cross from Rincon and diverts his header narrowly wide of Perin's right-hand post! Having withstood a spell of pressure immediately after the interval, the visitors are taking the game to Allegri's men.
60' Samp press high as Juve attempt to play the ball out from the back. Bremer is forced into an error and concedes a throw-in, which is hurled into the area, from where Juve clear their lines.
N. Fagioli
Yellow Card
58' The home fans are fuming as Fagioli goes into the book for a challenge on Djuricic. The Juve man appeared to get the ball with that tackle, but the referee takes a different view!
57' With Samp's two first-half strikes coming within 72 seconds of each other, it represents the quickest pair of goals scored against Juve in Serie A since May 2011 – when Chievo netted twice in 61 seconds against the Bianconeri.
55' Juve's second corner in quick succession comes to nothing. The hosts are putting Sampdoria under sustained pressure, however, as they target the fifth goal of the game.
54' Vlahovic strikes it low... but the wall stands firm! Juve then win a corner on the left-hand side, from which Bremer sees a header deflect wide.
53' Miretti finds Fagioli in space, and the midfielder is bundled over right on the edge of the box by Augello. Vlahovic looks interested in the free-kick, from a position which favours a left-footer…
51' Juventus are the side against which Sampdoria boss Stankovic played the most Serie A games as a player (22). Among the sides he faced 15 or more times, they are one of the two against whom he scored the fewest goals (only one, level with Sampdoria). His team made up for that with two goals in a memorable first-half turnaround – can they build on it in the second half?
50' Djuricic puts the set-piece on top of Perin, but it's headed behind by Danilo. The subsequent corner is overhit, and it drifts all the way through the box.
49' Cuadrado puts in a challenge on Augello near the corner flag and is penalised. This is a good chance for Samp, who have a free-kick to the left of the Juve penalty area.
48' Now Kostic crosses from the left, but it deflects into the gloves of Turk. It's a positive start from Juve, however, with Sampdoria being penned back.
47' Cuadrado's first involvement sees him race forward to win a corner. The first kick is put behind for another, which breaks for Fagioli… but his shot is blocked.
46' De Sciglio appears to have moved to left-back, with Juve switching to a back four. Cuadrado has slotted in on the right, with Kostic moving further forward.
46' Juventus kick us off for the second half, presumably with their ears ringing after spending half-time with Allegri!
J. Cuadrado
L. Bonucci
46' Cuadrado, meanwhile, is on for Bonucci, which could signal a change of shape.
M. Locatelli
E. Barrenechea
46' Juve are making a double substitution at the break. Barrenechea is off for Locatelli as they look to win back control in midfield.
Juventus looked to be cruising to an eighth win in 10 matches when they went 2-0 up, but they found themselves clinging as the first half drew to a close. Allegri needs to find a way of getting the hosts back on top, as Sampdoria were brimming with confidence following Djuricic's leveller. The visitors will fancy their chances of causing a remarkable upset from here!
The half-time whistle is met by a chorus of boos and whistles in Turin, as Juventus have squandered a two-goal lead against struggling Sampdoria! The beleaguered visitors looked to be out of the contest when Bremer and Rabiot both beat Turk with powerful headers, but a stirring comeback has Stankovic's men back on level terms! Augello halved the deficit with a fine finish, and Djuricic darted into the area unmarked to convert the leveller just 72 seconds later! What a half!
45' We're into one minute of stoppage time as Samp win a corner. Juve clear the first delivery as far as Leris, whose wicked ball into the area is scrambled away!
43' Vlahovic appealed for a penalty after attempting to latch onto Fagioli's pass, with goalkeeper Turk catching him as he raced from his goal line. There was nothing wrong with that according to the referee, and we play on.
42' Juve finally manage to exert some pressure, but De Sciglio sees his right-wing cross headed away. The Bianconeri come again as Fagioli tries to pick out Vlahovic, but Nuytinck steps in with a clearing header.
40' We're into the final five minutes of the opening half, and Samp continue to attack as Bremer steps in to prevent Gabbiadini from getting in behind. Juve look like they need half-time – nobody would have expected that 10 minutes ago!
T. Rincón
Yellow Card
39' Rincon slides in and fouls Danilo, and the Sampdoria man stays down, claiming to have been caught in the face. The referee shows him little sympathy and displays a yellow card.
37' Sampdoria had scored once in their last four games ahead of this contest. They needed just over a minute to better that tally in a remarkable sequence of events, and now they're on top as Bonucci concedes a free-kick in his own half.
36' Perin halts a spell of Sampdoria pressure by clinging onto a right-wing cross. There was one minute and 12 seconds between the visitors' two goals, and Juve look understandably stunned.
34' Now Amione gets in down the left and just fails to pick out a team-mate with his cross. This is a remarkable spell for Sampdoria, who are absolutely flying in Turin!
A. Zanoli
32' Djuricic applies an excellent finish to level the scores, but Zanoli deserves credit for the assist, driving down the right before picking out a neat cut-back for his team-mate!
F. Đuričić
32' GOOOOOOOOAAAAALLL! SAMPDORIA ARE LEVEL AT 2-2! Djuricic equalises! Sampdoria win possession almost directly from the kick-off and break through Zanoli. He scampers to the byline and cuts it back for Djuricic, who ghosts in to divert a side-footed finish into the bottom-left corner! What a comeback from the visitors, who have scored twice in as many minutes!
T. Augello
31' GOAAAL! SAMP HALVE THE ARREARS! 2-1! Maybe we do have a contest in Turin as Augello finds the top-right corner. A rare Samp attack sees Gabbiadini's shot blocked, but the ball falls nicely for Augello to fire a finish beyond Perin out of nowhere!
28' Rincon is fouled on halfway, allowing Samp to keep possession with a free-kick. They need to enjoy a spell on the ball.
27' Juve have certainly upped the ante since Bremer's opener, and Miretti has been central to everything the hosts have done. You have to worry for Sampdoria here – the relegation candidates could be on the receiving end of a heavy loss.
F. Miretti
26' Miretti has looked lively so far, and he claims the assist after picking out Rabiot in a crowded penalty area!
A. Rabiot
26' GOAAAAL! JUVE GO 2-0 UP THROUGH RABIOT! Samp manage to clear the corner this time around, but their respite is short-lived as Miretti whips it back into the danger zone. Rabiot is lurking at the back post, and he meets it with a firm header to find the top-right corner. Two headed goals already for Juve, and Samp are in big trouble.
25' Good play from Juve! Miretti plays an excellent ball in behind for Vlahovic, who is just held up by Amione. The Serbia international manages to force a corner on the left flank.
22' Between the turn of the year and the start of this game, Sampdoria faced 170 shots in Serie A – 17 per match on average. That's the highest tally of any team in the top five European leagues in that span, and if Juve can find some composure in the final third, they could put the visitors to the sword.
20' Rabiot glides to the edge of the area and looks to tee it up for a team-mate, only to lose possession. The France international arguably should have taken on the shot himself – Samp were backing off and he had space and time.
19' Miretti charges upfield, holding off several challenges in impressive fashion. Juve's young midfielders all look keen to impress here, with the Bianconeri enjoying more time on the ball since the goal.
18' Leris sees a shot blocked at close quarters before Juve break. Kostic looks to find a runner with a cut-back from the left, but none of his team-mates are aware to it, and Sampdoria can come away with the ball.
16' Fagioli looks to combine with Miretti in Juve's right-hand channel, but the former overhits his pass and it runs behind. Samp suddenly look slightly ragged – they need to calm things down.
14' This game has suddenly burst into life following a low-key start. For Sampdoria, this has been the story of their season. They missed a huge chance to take a shock lead, and now they find themselves with a mountain to climb!
13' Sampdoria look to respond with a corner of their own, but Juve clear their lines and launch a counter-attack. Barrenechea just overruns it, however, and the visitors can recover.
F. Kostić
11' Kostic is known for his quality from dead-ball situations, and he claims the assist for the opener with a perfect out-swinging corner!
11' GOAL! BREMER HEADS JUVE INTO THE LEAD! Sampdoria are punished for their early misses as Juve take advantage of a set-piece! The Bianconeri win a corner on the left, which Kostic swings onto the head of Bremer. The defender outjumps Winks with ease to plant his header into the turf, and it skips up into the top-left corner! 1-0!
9' Sampdoria come again as Gabbiadini lines up a shot from range, but it's straight at Perin. That's two early warnings for Juve!
8' HUGE CHANCE FOR SAMP! The goal-shy visitors should be ahead as Gabbiadini races clean through on goal following a long ball over the top. The striker bears down on goal and eyes a left-footed finish, but he mishits it and it dribbles wide of the right-hand post. That is why Samp have only scored 11 league goals all season!
6' Juventus have won their last seven Serie A home meetings against Sampdoria and only once have they recorded eight successive home wins against them in the competition, doing so between 1947 and 1953.
5' Juve win a corner on the right, which is swung into the area by Fagioli. It drops amongst a crowd of players near the penalty spot, but Sampdoria manage to clear their lines.
4' Barrenechea catches Djuricic as both men lunge into a 50-50 challenge. The Samp man is in some pain, but it was a genuine attempt to win the ball, and a foul is the full extent of Barrenechea's punishment.
2' Juve are enjoying an early spell of possession in their own half. With so many absentees, youth graduates Miretti, Fagioli and Barrenechea have a chance to impress in midfield.
1' We're underway in Turin as Sampdoria get the ball rolling!
Juventus drew the reverse fixture against Sampdoria in August, after enjoying a run of six victories in a row against them. Sampdoria could remain unbeaten in both Serie A games against the Bianconeri in a single season for the first time since 2012-13 here. Is an upset on the cards? The players are in the tunnel, and we're about to find out!
Sampdoria also make five changes to the side which drew 0-0 with Salernitana last time out. Turk, Gunter, Leris, Gabbiadini and Djuricic are the men brought in by Stankovic, who will be hoping a new-look forward line can solve their attacking woes.
Juventus make five changes from Thursday's win over Freiburg, some of them enforced after Angel Di Maria, Federico Chiesa and Alex Sandro all sustained injuries in that Europa League game, joining Paul Pogba on the sidelines after the Frenchman suffered another setback. Bonucci is among those brought in for his first league start since November, while Perin, De Sciglio, Barrenechea and Fagioli are also introduced.
SAMPDORIA SUBS: Nicola Ravaglia, Elia Tantalocchi, Marios Oikonomou, Abdelhamid Sabiri, Fabio Quagliarella, Gerard Yepes, Nicola Murru, Lorenzo Malagrida, Flavio Paoletti, Jese.
SAMPDORIA (3-4-3): Martin Turk; Bruno Amione, Bram Nuytinck, Koray Gunter; Alessandro Zanoli, Harry Winks, Tomas Rincon, Tommaso Augello; Mehdi Leris, Manolo Gabbiadini, Filip Djuricic.
JUVENTUS SUBS: Wojciech Szczesny, Carlo Pinsoglio, Manuel Locatelli, Juan Cuadrado, Federico Gatti, Daniele Rugani, Matias Soule, Leandro Paredes, Samuel Iling-Junior, Mattia Compagnon.
JUVENTUS (3-5-1-1): Mattia Perin; Gleison Bremer, Leonardo Bonucci, Danilo; Mattia De Sciglio, Adrien Rabiot, Enzo Barrenechea, Nicolo Fagioli, Filip Kostic; Fabio Miretti; Dusan Vlahovic.
Sampdoria, meanwhile, look destined for relegation, sitting 12 points adrift of safety in 19th as their on-pitch woes are compounded by financial struggles. Dejan Stankovic's men are enduring a 10-match winless run and are the lowest-scoring side in the top five European leagues by some distance this season, only netting 11 times in Serie A. Samp did, however, earn a 0-0 draw against Juventus back in August – a similar result here would be a huge shock.
While hampered by a 15-point deduction in Serie A, Juventus have been in decent form of late, winning seven of their last nine games in all competitions, including Thursday's Europa League last-16 first leg against Freiburg. While Massimiliano Allegri's men enter this game ninth in the table, Atalanta's loss at Napoli on Saturday means they can go within four points of the top six with a win. They could yet end a crisis-ridden campaign on a high.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this Serie A contest from the Allianz Stadium in Turin, as Juventus face Sampdoria!