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Juventus vs Roma live stream

You can watch Juventus vs Roma live stream in a fascinating clash in the Serie-a. It was drawn level after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a stunning header. It will be interesting to see who will progress through the next phase considering this Ajax team is not to be taken lightly. They have already caused a major upset by defeating the defending champions in their own backyard 4-1. Ajax will look to cause one more upset to take one step closer to accomplishing a magisterial feat.

How to watch Juventus vs Roma live stream?

These are the channels where you can stream Juventus matches live online in glorious high definition. As Juventus are one of the top teams in the world, the coverage is understandably very high as well. There are very few places where you can watch Juventus free stream as they are a club of deluxe magnitude. But there are rumours Facebook is interested in acquiring rights for it and show some Juventus matches for free.

Juventus live stream

TV CHANNELS
COUNTRY
Sky Italy, DAZN Italy
Premier Sports, Free Sports UK
Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3 India
Sky Network Myanmar
beIN Sports Australia, France
ESPN USA
FOX Sports Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei
CCTV China
Rede TV, DAZN Brazil

Roma vs Juventus live stream

It was a statement of intent from the Old Lady as they looked to finally put an end to their Champions League woes.

Ronaldo initially struggled in Italy, failing to find the net in his first three games. However, once he opened his account against Sassuolo, there’s been no looking back.

Juventus have reigned supreme in Serie A once again powered by Ronaldo’s brilliance. Their only league defeat this season came against Genoa, in a game, Ronaldo did not feature.

They have dominated the competition, registering 27 wins from 31 games, all but sealing their eighth consecutive league title and 35th overall.

Juventus surprisingly crashed out of the Coppa Italia in the early rounds, losing 3-0 to Atalanta in the quarterfinals.

However, they are inching closer to the holy grail – the Champions League crown.

Juventus in the champions league

After cruising through a group consisting of Young Boys, Manchester United and Valencia, they were pitted against Atletico Madrid in the round of 16. A shock 2-0 defeat in Spain meant they had a mountain to climb in the return leg.

Ronaldo though proved he is the best big match player in the world, registering a hat-trick in the return leg to propel them into the quarterfinals where they face Ajax.

Juventus squad


ATTACKERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Mario Mandzukic Croatia Right 33
Moise Bioty Kean Italy Right 19
Nicolò Fagioli Italy 18
Pablo Moreno Taboada Spain Right 17
Federico Bernardeschi Italy Left 25
Stephy Alvaro Mavididi England 21
Paulo Dybala Argentina Left 26
Hans Nicolussi Caviglia Italy 19
Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal Right 34
DEFENDERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
João Cancelo Portugal Right 25
Alex Sandro Brazil Left 28
Leonardo Bonucci Italy Right 32
Giorgio Chiellini Italy Left 35
José Martín Cáceres Silva Uruguay Right 32
Leonardo Spinazzola Italy Right 26
Mattia de Sciglio Italy Right 27
Andrea Barzagli Italy Right 38
Daniele Rugani Italy Right 25

 

MIDFIELDERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Sami Khedira Germany Right 32
Rodrigo Bentancur Colmán Uruguay Right 22
Emre Can Germany Right 25
Miralem Pjanic Bosnia and Herzegovina Both 29
Grigoris Kastanos Cyprus Left 21
Blaise Matuidi France Left 32
Douglas Costa Brazil Left 29
Juan Cuadrado Colombia Right 31
GOALKEEPERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Mattia Perin Italy Right 27
Wojciech Szczesny Poland Right 29
Mattia Del Favero Italy Right 21
Carlo Pinsoglio Italy Left 29
Juventus transfers
ARRIVALS POSITION NATION TRANSFER FEE (€)
FROM
Cristiano Ronaldo FW Portugal €100M Real Madrid
Emre Can MF Germany Free Liverpool
Mattia Caldara DF Italy N/A Atalanta
Leonardo Spinazzola DF Italy N/A Atalanta
Moise Kean FW Italy N/A Hellas Verona
Joao Cancelo DF Portugal €40.4M Valencia
Leonardo Bonucci DF Italy €35M Milan
Mattia Perin GK Italy €12M + €3M variables Genoa

 

ARRIVALS POSITION NATION TRANSFER FEE (€)
FROM
Douglas Costa MF Brazil €40M+€1M variables Bayern Munich
Martin Caceres DF Uruguay €0.6M Lazio
Andrea Favilli FW Italy €7.5M+1.25M variables Ascoli
Giangiacomo Magnani DF Italy €5M Perugia

Departures

There are the players that have departed the club.

DEPARTURES POSITION NATION TRANSFER FEE (€)
TO
Mattia Caldara DF Italy €35M Milan
Stefano Sturaro MF Italy N/A Sporting
Kwadwo Asamoah MF Ghana Free Inter
Benedikt Höwedes DF Germany Free Schalke
Gonzalo Higuain FW Argentina €18M Milan
Claudio Marchisio MF Italy Free Zenit
Stephan Lichtsteiner DF Switzerland Free Arsenal
Gianluigi Buffon GK Italy Free PSG
Medhi Benatia DF Morocco €8M Al-Duhail
Andrea Favilli FW Italy N/A Genoa
Stefano Sturaro MF Italy €18M Genoa
Emil Audero GK Italy €20M Sampdoria
Alberto Cerri FW Italy €9M Cagliari

Juventus schedule (confirmed fixtures only)

Match Date and Time Venue
vs SPAL 13 April, 6:30 PM Stadio Paolo Mazza
vs Ajax 17 April, 12:30 AM Allianz Stadium
vs Fiorentina 20 April, 9:30 PM Allianz Stadium
vs Inter 28 April, 12:00 AM San Siro
vs Torino 4 May, 6:30 PM Allianz Stadium
vs Roma 13 May, 12:00 AM Stadio Olimpico
vs Atalanta 19 May, 6:30 PM Allianz Stadium
vs Sampdoria 26 May, TBD Stadio Luigi Ferraris

Juventus continue their Serie A campaign with a game away at SPAL which they would expect to win.

They then head back home to the Allianz Stadium to host Ajax and Fiorentina in back-to-back matches.

A tough away trip to Inter then beckons before they welcome Torino to the Allianz Stadium in Turin.

They will then square off against Roma and Atalanta before ending their league campaign against Sampdoria away from home on 26th May.

If they do progress past Ajax in the Champions League, they will enter the semifinals which will be played in between the fixtures mentioned above.