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S. Sensi
Yellow Card
F. Ranocchia
José Machín
G. Caprari
Yellow Card
Dany Mota
Carlos Augusto
0 - 2
P. Ciurria
José Machín
0 - 1

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45% 54%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 9 3
Total Passes 416 535
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Napoli NAP Napoli 27 23 2 2 64 16 +48 71 W W L W W
2 Lazio LAZ Lazio 27 15 7 5 42 19 +23 52 W D W W W
3 Internazionale INT Internazionale 27 16 2 9 47 31 +16 50 L L W L W
4 Milan MIL Milan 27 14 6 7 44 36 +8 48 L D L W W
5 Roma ROM Roma 27 14 5 8 35 26 +9 47 L L W L W
6 Atalanta ATA Atalanta 27 13 6 8 44 31 +13 45 W L D L L
7 Juventus JUV Juventus 27 17 5 5 45 22 +23 41 W W L W W
8 Udinese UDI Udinese 27 9 11 7 37 31 +6 38 W W D D L
9 Fiorentina FIO Fiorentina 27 10 7 10 32 31 +1 37 W W W W D
10 Bologna BOL Bologna 27 10 7 10 33 36 -3 37 D D L W W
11 Torino TOR Torino 27 10 7 10 29 33 -4 37 L W W L D
12 Sassuolo SAS Sassuolo 27 10 6 11 35 40 -5 36 W W W W L
13 Monza MON Monza 27 9 7 11 32 37 -5 34 D D W L L
14 Empoli EMP Empoli 27 6 10 11 24 36 -12 28 L L L L D
15 Lecce LEC Lecce 27 6 9 12 24 32 -8 27 L L L L W
16 Salernitana SAL Salernitana 27 6 9 12 31 47 -16 27 D D D W L
17 Spezia SPE Spezia 27 5 9 13 23 43 -20 24 L W D D L
18 Hellas Verona VER Hellas Verona 27 4 7 16 22 41 -19 19 L D D L L
19 Sampdoria SAM Sampdoria 27 3 6 18 16 44 -28 15 W L D L L
20 Cremonese CRE Cremonese 27 1 10 16 22 49 -27 13 D L L W D


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That's all from Turin today, so thank you for joining us and goodbye!
Juventus must recover quickly from this chastening defeat, as in-form Lazio await in next week's Coppa Italia quarter-finals. Monza, meanwhile, will have plenty of time to celebrate their success before tackling Sampdoria next time out, on February 6.
Completing an historic double over Juventus in their first-ever Serie A season, Monza back up some clinical first-half finishing with a dogged defensive effort after the break to move above their hosts in the standings. Beaten by a better-organised and more motivated side, the Bianconeri sink to a new low with their first league loss at home since last April; Allegri has been outsmarted again by former Juve player, Palladino. The Biancorossi, meanwhile, stretch their unbeaten run to six Serie A games in spectacular style, and they will have designs on a top-half finish in June.
90' + 2' Having offered a rare bright spark since his introduction from the bench, Soule sees a left-footed shot from outside the box blocked.
90' Four minutes of stoppage time have been signalled by the officials, and all hope has drained out of a beaten Juventus side now. Monza's fans are making themselves heard loud and clear in Turin - they are in dreamland!
88' Monza kicked off today's game third for fewest shots conceded in Serie A (137, only behind Fiorentina and Roma), and their second-half display has demonstrated commendable organisation at the back.
86' Iling clips Ranocchia inside the Monza half, and when a free-kick is awarded to the visitors, Locatelli explodes with rage. The referee remains unmoved, and more precious time ticks by.
84' Handed a one-man advantage by Juve's misfortune - or mismanagement, depending on your viewpoint - Monza are able to ease the pressure on their defensive third. The Biancorossi are closing in on an historic victory here!
82' Despite some medical intervention, it seems Milik cannot continue due to injury. Juventus - needing at least two goals in the next few minutes - are down to 10 men!
82' Diving to his right, Szczesny denies Petagna by parrying away a forceful shot from the edge of the area.
81' Lady Luck is certainly not smiling on the Old Lady today, as having used all of their five substitutes already, Milik sustains an injury and will have to continue limping around the pitch.
79' Though Milik prods the ball in from close range following a lengthy penalty-box scramble, the officials immediately cancel his 'goal' off for an offside in the build-up - his boot was also very high for the finish.
S. Sensi
Yellow Card
78' For catching Soule with a raised boot in midfield, Sensi becomes the second Monza player booked today. He will serve a suspension next week.
S. Birindelli
P. Ciurria
77' Ciurria is also withdrawn; Birindelli slots into his spot on the right flank.
F. Ranocchia
José Machín
77' Monza are fading now, so Palladino makes two further changes to aid their hopes of sealing the points. First, Ranocchia replaces Machin in midfield.
74' SHARP STOP! Juve are getting closer! After Gatti has a shot blocked, the hosts recycle the ball, and when it drops to Di Maria on the left side of the area, the World Cup-winner unleashes a missile towards the top-right corner! Di Gregorio comes to the rescue again, though, and parries the ball away!
72' Following Soule's cross from the right, a rusty Vlahovic fails to hold the ball up by the penalty spot, and Juve must build again. Time is running out now, though the Bianconeri have pulled off plenty of late comebacks in the past.
A. Petagna
G. Caprari
70' Petagna is sent on to hold up the ball for Monza, and Caprari - just booked - will be withdrawn.
L. Caldirola
69' Caldirola is withdrawn by Palladino, and Marlon will provide fresh legs in defence for the final 20 minutes.
G. Caprari
Yellow Card
69' For a clear trip on Gatti, the referee brandishes a yellow card in Caprari's direction.
67' Losing his cool after being disposessed by Mari inside Monza's area, Vlahovic is penalised for flattening the defender with a shoulder barge. The visitors can relieve some building pressure and kill a few more seconds in the process.
65' GOOD STOP! Di Gregorio makes another crucial intervention, as Milik blasts a thunderous shot towards the top corner from the edge of the box - the goalkeeper reacts sharply to turn the ball over the bar!
D. Vlahović
M. De Sciglio
65' Allegri goes for broke inside the final-hour, as De Sciglio is replaced by the returning Vlahovic, who will partner Milik up front.
62' SUPER SAVE! Again, Di Maria is the creative spark, as his close control on the right byline plays in Soule, and the young substitute tees up a powerful Locatelli strike. Flinging himself to his right, Di Gregorio palms it away at full stretch!
60' On the edge of the area, Di Maria opts to lay the ball off for Rabiot, who swings his left boot at it and sends a shot scudding straight at Di Gregorio from 20 yards out.
S. Sensi
N. Rovella
59' Also taking the applause of some home fans, Juventus-owned Rovella is taken off by Palladino; Sensi adds more experience to Monza's midfield.
A. Milik
M. Kean
58' Following a fruitless shift up front, Kean's game comes to an early end; Milik is thrown on in his place.
57' After Di Maria overhits an inswinging free-kick towards the back post from the left, Soule picks up the ball on the byline, but Monza ultimately manage to see off the threat.
55' Penalised for raising his boot too high in a midfield challenge, Bremer reacts with disdain, as the frustration inside the Allianz Stadium builds further.
53' For the first time in the second half, Monza are back in their positive passing rhythm, pressing Juventus back into their own half for a short spell; Allegri is audibly angered on the touchline.
51' Allowed to run freely from the halfway line, Soule drives in from the right flank before shooting straight at an untroubled Di Gregorio in Monza's goal.
49' Bremer narrowly misses making contact on Di Maria's first corner from the right, then plants a tame header straight at Di Gregorio following a second corner-kick straight after.
48' Just avoiding making contact on the ball with his arm, Augusto manages to guide the ball behind under heavy pressure from Kean near the byline. That's a corner for Juventus.
M. Soulé
N. Fagioli
46' Soule comes on for fellow youngster Fagioli, in Juve's final change of three after the break.
M. Locatelli
L. Paredes
46' Locatelli replaces Paredes in a straight swap in midfield.
S. Iling-Junior
F. Kostić
46' Young wing-back Iling is introduced by Allegri, as Kostic makes way.
Having made a triple substitution at the interval, Juventus kick off the second half!
As Juventus have to press for a goal to force their way back into this match, Monza will surely benefit from some chances to counter-strike during the second half. While not possessing stars such as those available to Allegri, Palladino has a strong bench to call upon too, so Juve's woes may not be over. Following Sassuolo's thumping of Milan at San Siro earlier, perhaps it's to be a day for the underdog.
On the face of it, a major shock seems to be brewing in Turin, but Monza have simply been the better team today and fully merit their two-goal lead at the break. Having also seen another strike ruled out by the automated offside system, the Biancorossi demonstrated the greater cutting edge and were clinical when it mattered. Juventus, meanwhile, persist with their reactive style despite evidence that it's no longer bearing fruit - how soon will Allegri turn to Pogba, Vlahovic, et al?
45' + 2' Izzo is cleared to continue and the action resumes, with the one minute of first-half stoppage time indicated having already been exceeded.
45' Receiving some vociferous abuse from the home crowd, ex-Torino player Izzo is grounded by a clash inside his own area. The game is brought to a temporary halt as a result.
43' A Juventus free-kick is whipped over by Di Maria from near the corner flag, but Di Gregorio punches the ball away to safety.
41' A former youth player with Juventus, Mota now has his third goal in Serie A since Monza were promoted as play-off winners. He's causing the hosts' back three plenty of problems today.
Carlos Augusto
39' Augusto takes plenty of credit for Monza's second goal of the game, as his charge down the left cracks open Juve's defence before he slips through Mota to score.
Dany Mota
39' MOTA SCORES FOR MONZA! A determined slalom run by Augusto from in to out opens up space on the left, and after the wing-back lays the ball off for Mota, the striker rounds two static defenders and slips the ball into the back of the net past a floundering Szczesny! Juve just can't keep the back door shut, and Monza are fully deserving of their 2-0 lead!
36' Szczesny gathers the ball at his near post after Ciurria's low cross from the right deflects harmlessly into the goalkeeper's path.
34' Though Mota temporarily drops to the turf with an apparent injury, the action continues around him, and Monza's main striker is soon back to his feet.
32' The momentum is back with Monza now, as the Biancorossi cycle the ball about in Juve's half with purpose; the hosts are very much on the back foot.
30' Following the corner, Juventus have a second chance to load the ball into a packed penalty area, but Paredes' high ball lacks accuracy and allows Di Gregorio to claim possession with a straightforward catch inside his six-yard box.
28' With Kean waiting in the middle, Kostic sees his low cross from the left blocked behind for a corner-kick. Juve are among Serie A's strongest teams from set-pieces, so another corner will be welcome for the hosts.
25' Already, thoughts of introducing either Pogba or Vlahovic will be creeping in to Juve fans' minds, as their team lack any dynamism at the moment.
23' Monza are lifted by their goal, and despite the crowd's pleas from the stands, Juventus can't get hold of the ball to build any attacking momentum. The Bianconeri are in a hole of their own making here, as their reactive play is inviting their visitors on.
21' Juventus have a record of W0, D2, L3 when conceding the opening goal in Serie A this season; meanwhile, Monza have a record of W2, D1, L0 when netting the opener away from home.
20' Juventus attempt to strike straight back, as De Sciglio's ball from the right is flicked on by Kean in the centre of the box, but Kostic then slices his shot well wide of the left post.
José Machín
18' Machin links up with Ciurria on the right flank; laying off a pass for the latter to turn in the game's opening goal.
P. Ciurria
18' MONZA LEAD! The visitors strike again - and this time it will count! Machin plays in Ciurria down the right side of Juve's area, and the winger stays cool to plant the ball high into the net above Szczesny's head! It's 1-0 to the Biancorossi, and the double is on!
15' As expected, Monza are enjoying the greater share of possession despite being the away side today: Palladino's men have had 54 per cent of the ball in the first 15 minutes. Since Palladino joined Monza, they have been ranked second for possession in Serie A (56 per cent, only behind Napoli).
13' CLOSE! Having nearly fallen behind, Juventus almost go in front soon after, as Kean drags a shot on the turn narrowly wide of the left-hand post from the edge of the area!
11' NO GOAL! Caprari's delight is short-lived, as Monza see their opening 'goal' chalked off by the VAR for offside! Juve escape!
10' MONZA GOAL? After Biancorossi skipper Pessina slips the ball across for Caprari on the left side of the area, the latter takes a sharp first touch and then fires the ball home inside the left-hand post! The visitors celebrate, but the VAR is now assessing whether there was an offside!
7' Izzo scrambles well to deny Kean passage into the six-yard box from the left, and also stops the ball rolling behind for another Juventus corner.
5' After Rabiot makes progress through midfield and into the box, the ball breaks into the path of Kostic, who sees his 20-yard attempt blocked: it bobbles behind for Juve's second corner.
3' JUST WIDE! Both Gatti and Bremer narrowly fail to get an outstretched boot on Paredes' free-kick from the left, which flashes across goal and just zips wide of the right-hand post having taken a small deflection!
2' Having been clipped by Fagioli inside his own area, Mari goes down clutching his lower leg. A free-kick is awarded to Monza, and the Spanish centre-back is ultimately able to get back up and continue.
1' Monza kick off, and we are under way in Turin!
The players are out on the pitch at Allianz Stadium, as Juve's club anthem blares out full blast, and kick-off is now just moments away!
Monza, meanwhile, have far fewer fitness concerns than their hosts, and Palladino has had a virtually full squad to choose from. Mota starts up front rather than Petagna, while Rovella - on a season-long loan from Juventus - returns in midfield. Mari comes in for Marlon at the heart of the visitors' back three.
While Juventus make some changes to their starting lineup, the returns of Pogba and Vlahovic to the bench are Max Allegri's most eye-catching selections. Both have endured signficant layoffs through injury, and De Sciglio joins them back in action today. After conceding eight goals in two league games - following none in eight previously - Gatti replaces Alex Sandro at the back, while up front, Kean starts instead of Milik. Federico Chiesa, Juan Cuadrado and Leonardo Bonucci are among those still short of fitness; Weston McKennie is bound for Leeds United.
SUBS: Alessio Cragno, Alessandro Sorrentino, Andrea Carboni, Andrea Petagna, Filippo Ranocchia, Marlon, Samuele Birindelli, Mattia Valoti, Christian Gytkjaer, Marco D'Alessandro, Stefano Sensi, Andrea Barberis, Andrea Colpani, Valentin Antov, Giulio Donati.
MONZA (3-4-2-1): Michele Di Gregorio; Luca Caldirola, Pablo Mari, Armando Izzo; Patrick Ciurria, Matteo Pessina, Nicolo Rovella, Carlos Augusto; Jose Machin, Gianluca Caprari; Dany Mota.
SUBS: Mattia Perin, Carlo Pinsoglio, Samuel Iling, Fabio Miretti, Paul Pogba, Matias Soule, Arkadiusz Milik, Daniele Rugani, Manuel Locatelli, Dusan Vlahovic, Alex Sandro.
JUVENTUS (3-5-1-1): Wojciech Szczesny; Federico Gatti, Bremer, Danilo; Mattia De Sciglio, Nicolo Fagioli, Leandro Paredes, Adrien Rabiot, Filip Kostic; Angel Di Maria; Moise Kean.
Mid-table Monza are aiming to complete an improbable double over today's hosts, and they arrive in Turin having gone five games unbeaten in Serie A either side of the winter break. The Biancorossi remain on course to avoid relegation in their debut season among the Italian elite: after former Juventus winger Raffaele Palladino stepped into the dugout during the autumn, not only did his side seize that famous victory over the Old Lady but they have since steadily climbed the standings. Though they were held at home by Sassuolo last week, victory in Turin would now take them above their illustrious hosts in the table.
Still dealing with the fallout from their dramatic points deduction, which leaves them just ahead of today's opponents in the Serie A standings, Juventus start the game occupying an unfamiliar spot in the bottom half of the table. Docked 15 points only days after being thrashed by then title rivals Napoli, the Bianconeri played out a 3-3 thriller with Atalanta last weekend. They also reached the Coppa Italia quarter-finals earlier this month by beating Monza 2-1 - representing revenge for Juve's loss in Lombardy when the teams met in the league last September.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of today's Serie A encounter between Juventus and Monza at the Allianz Stadium, Turin!