After failing to win both of their last two games in all competitions, the Serie A leaders make a trip to MAPEI Stadium to face Sassuolo.
Sassuolo have a relatively good performance in Serie A this season. And the team looks determined to finish in the top half of the standings and launch a bid for a place in the Europa League next season. Despite the January exit of Prince Boateng to Barcelona, there’s hadn’t been a major drop in Sassuolo’s form. They have managed to grab five points from their last three games in the league cup.
Sassuolo have only 7 wins from their 22 league games, yet their regular draws have kept their hopes of making an impact at the right end of the table alive. Sassuolo might probably be looking to at least grab one point today.
Juventus rarely misses winning on the domestic front. They hold a clear nine points atop the Serie A league table. The Bacconori boss has dominated the domestic scene since his arrival in 2014, yet the Champions League has remained elusive. Juventus have to play keeping their biggest priority aside.