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Spezia – Juventus Predictions and Tips For Today
Free Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, September 22.
Kick-off: 17:33 (GMT+1)
ITALY: Serie A – Round 5
EVENT: Spezia – Juventus
TIPS: Away Win | Odds: 1.37@1xbet | Result: 2:3 WIN!!!
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- They might be worlds apart in terms of historical achievements, but Spezia (W1, D1, L2) enter this clash with Juventus (D2, L2) ahead of them in the Serie A (SA) table having got off the mark before their illustrious opponents by beating Venezia 2-1 at the weekend.
- Although that win featured them scoring before half-time in their fourth competitive fixture out of five this term (W2, D1, L2), they’ve struggled to hold on previously, conceding after the 75th minute in five of their last seven home league matches (W3, D2, L2). Ominously, they did likewise when losing both H2Hs last term by three-goal margins.
- Despite playing for decades in separate divisions, there’s some interesting history and intrigue surrounding this fixture as in 2007, Spezia saved their Serie B status with an injury-time H2H winner in the final regular league round having previously been a feeder club for Inter Milan – Juventus’ rivals.
- The away side will be favourites to make it three H2H wins in a row after their 1-1 draw with another rival – AC Milan – on Sunday earned them their second point of the season. This is the first time they’ve failed to win any of their first four SA matches of the campaign since 1961/62 though – a season that saw Spezia relegated to Serie D – and their current bottom-three standing will be an unfamiliar experience.
- Juventus have at least been consistently good starters on the road, leading at half-time in all three competitive away matches this term. Here, they’ll be hoping that doing so again will help them emulate their 1961/62 predecessors and win on matchday five.
- Players to watch: Simone Bastoni’s strike against Venezia was his third career SA goal for Spezia, who’ve never lost a game in which he’s netted (W2, D1). For Juventus, Álvaro Morata has scored three goals in as many matches, all of them before half-time.
- Hot stat: Away favourites have gone unbeaten in 92% of Serie A matches this term.