Serie A Betting Tips

Juventus Turin vs US Salernitana betting tips: Serie A preview, predictions & odds

Juve have a 100% home record in previous matches against Salernitana. Although, this will be the first time the Salerno have played here since the late 1990s. The Old Lady are also the league’s form side, unbeaten in 15 and having won each of their last three matches.

Therefore, 101 Great Goals' prediction for this match is Juventus Turin 4-0 US Salernitana and is available at odds of 11/1.

Alternatively, you can bet on any Juventus win at 1.22/1 against I Granata at home on Sunday.

Or, back any away win for Salernitana at 11/1 here at the Allianz Stadium.

You can find odds of 6.5/1 for any draw between Juventus and Salernitana on Sunday.

Bet on Juventus Turin v US Salernitana at bet365 by clicking here.

Match Preview

The Old Lady welcome US Salernitana to the Allianz Stadium on Sunday for this Serie A match. Juve ran out 0-2 winners when they visited Salerno earlier this season. Since then, they have gone from strength to strength and are being quietly mentioned as a title challenger again despite being written off when they were eighth and 14 points behind Napoli and Milan back in November.

Juventus Turin come into the match on a run of 15 league games undefeated. They top the form table having picked up 14 points from a maximum of 18 from their last six Serie A matches.

La Fidanzata dItalia won their last league match away to Sampdoria Genoa. Expected goals of 1.4xG apiece highlight how evenly matched the two sides were on the balance of chances created and that Juventus had a little luck in taking all three points.

Adrien Rabiot handed Sampdoria a big chance from the penalty spot 20 minutes from time to start a comeback. Wojciech Szczesny bailed out his teammate though by saving the resulting spot-kick.

La Vecchia Signora's Álvaro Morata stopped the nail-biting finish with a late second for his brace of goals against Sampdoria. Morata now has eight goals this season in the league for Juventus and is 1.72/1 to get on the scoresheet again here. The final score of the match was 1-3.

Their opponent on Sunday, US Salernitana, come into the match on a run of eight league games without a win. They have picked up five points from a maximum of 18 from their last six Serie A matches.

The Garnets shared the points in their last league match at home to Sassuolo Calcio, in a four-goal thriller. Expected goals of 1.6xG apiece highlight how evenly matched the two sides were on the balance of chances created making a draw a fair result in the end.

Sassuolo being reduced to ten men on the hour mark was the turning point in the game. Milan Djuric finally grabbed the goal to tie up the game and earn the Garnets a point. The final score of the match was 2-2.

Djuric now has four goals for US Salernitana in Serie A this season and is 6/1 to score against Juventus Turin on Sunday.

Juventus Turin vs US Salernitana: Previous Serie A Meetings

5 in Total:- 3 Juventus Turin wins, 1 US Salernitana wins, 1 draws.

Juventus Turin team news

Denis Zakaria (Torn Groin), Weston McKennie (Metatarsal Fracture), Federico Chiesa (Cruciate Ligament), and Kaio Jorge (Patella Injury) will be unavailable for The Old Lady due to injury on Sunday.

They are likely to stick with a winning team after beating Sampdoria Genoa in their last league match.

US Salernitana team news

Injuries will rule out Andrea Schiavone (Muscular Problems) and Pasquale Mazzocchi (Ankle Injury) for the trip to the Allianz Stadium.

They may look to shuffle their deck voluntarily having drew against Sassuolo Calcio in their last league match.

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