Arguably the most dominant Europe club at the moment will meet one of the most entertaining Serie A sides, with Juventus preparing to host Genoa at the Allianz Stadium.
The Bianconeri are the only team in the Europe top-five leagues to win every single match in all competitions this season, as Massimiliano Allegri expects to see his side extending an outstanding 10-game winning streak. The defending Serie A champions have scored at least two goals in all four home matches this year, having kept a clean sheet two times in the process. All eight Old Lady’s league matches ended with two or more goals, with AC Milan being the only team to share the same record.
Led by Krzysztof Piatek, the current Serie A top goalscorer, the Griffin notched 12 goals in seven games they’ve played so far, which makes them the sixth-best attacking team in the league. Besides, the Rossoblu scored at least one goal in each of this season’s matches, but they only managed to keep a clean sheet twice. Moreover, with ten goals conceded away from the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa have the third-worst defensive road record after Chievo Verona and Frosinone.
The visitors have lost six consecutive matches in Turin, having failed to notch a goal in the process, as Ivan Juric desperately hopes to end a disastrous streak this weekend.
Leonardo Spinazzola, Daniele Rugani, Sami Khedira, and Douglas Costa are sidelined by the injuries in the home squad, while the 29-year-old defender Lisandro Lopez won’t be playing for the visitors.
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