Juventus vs Lazio Preview & Live info

Italian SuperCup: Juventus vs Lazio Preview & Live info

Match: Juventus vs Lazio
League: Italian Supercup
Date: Sunday, 22 December 2019
Kick-off at 16:45 UK / 17:45 CET
Venue: King Saud University Stadium (Riyadh)


Juventus vs Lazio:

The perennial Italian champions are ready to face the winner of the Coppa and a competitor of Scudetto, Lazio, in the Italian Supercoppa.

The perennial Italian champions will face the winner of Coppa and a competitor of Scudetto, Lazio, this Sunday. The Italian Supercoppa will be held in Saudi Arabia for the second consecutive year. Even if this trophy considered quite insignificant, it could serve to increase confidence in your title.

The Bianconeri lead the Serie A standings with a 13-3-1 record in a winning draw. His unbeaten streak of 14 games interrupted by Lazio two weeks ago. Since then, Maurizio Sarri presented the “trident” with Dybala, Ronaldo and Higuaín at the head and  won two rebound games: against Udinese (3-1) at home and Sampdoria (2-1) along the way.

Juve averaged 2.82 goals in Serie A games, scoring 1.82 goals per game and one goal per game. More than 70 percent of their championship games had BTTS – Yes.

Khedira and Chiellini probably got hurt, there are doubts about Szczesny.

Simone Inzaghi’s team participated in this match after a notable return victory against Cagliari. Luis Alberto and Felipe Caicedo scored at the stops to ensure the eighth consecutive victory of Biancocelesti. They won nine of their last eleven appearances in the league and scored 31 impressive goals. With 36 points on the board and a game in hand, the capital team is six points from first place.


The Biancocelesti are one of the most exaggerated Serie A teams with 3.38 goals to play. They score 2.38 goals per game while allowing 1 goal in return. At least three goals scored in 81% of their league games.

Lukaku, Vavro, Marusic are on the sidelines.

We are in an entertaining game with a lot of action on both sides.

Juventus hopes to take revenge on the Roman side and with three superstars attacking, I’m sure they will score at least two goals, but I don’t trust they will keep a clean sheet.

“La Vecchia Signora” conceded eight goals in the last five league games and Lazio, in heat, averaged 2.82 goals scored per game since late September.

With an intuition 2-1, 2-2, I arrived at the lens market again.

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