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Juventus v Livorno: Watch a Live Stream of the Serie A match – available in the UK
Juventus will look to bounce back from their first defeat in 22 Serie A matches when they lost 2-0 to Napoli at the San Paolo last week against a struggling Livorno side.
Juventus v Livorno kicks off at 20:00 on Monday, April 7, 2014.
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Juventus’ 22-match unbeaten streak came to a stop when Napoli beat them 2-0 in Naples. Juventus are still expected to cruise to the title, however their ego will have been bruised a little. With Juventus often playing several times a week due to Europa League commitments, the squad is battling fatigue and injuries, with star striker Carlos Tevez being the latest injury scare.
Juve manager Antonio Conte will be without the Argentine hitman Tevez alongside defenders Andrea Barzagli and Angelo Ogbonna also injured. Midfielder Arturo Vidal is suspended.
Livorno staged an inspiring fightback v Inter and are now within a point of safety. Livorno manager Domenico Di Carlo is hoping that his team can replicate their spirit and cause Juventus a few headaches throughout the match.
There are no new injury concerns for Di Carlo, so he’ll be hoping the same side from last week’s comeback will be ready to do it again against another Italian heavyweight.
- Updated: April 6, 2014