Juventus is going head to head with Hellas Verona starting on 1 Apr 2023 at 18:45 UTC at Allianz Stadium stadium, Turin city, Italy. The match is a part of the Serie A.
Juventus played against Hellas Verona in 1 matches this season. Currently, Juventus rank 7th, while Hellas Verona hold 18th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? Sofascore’s rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
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Event details: Juventus – Hellas Verona
DATE: 1 Apr 2023
TIME: 18:45 UTC
VENUE: Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy
The most common result of matches between Juventus Turin and Hellas Verona when Juventus Turin is playing at home is 2-1. 4 matches have ended with this result.
The most common result of matches between Juventus Turin and Hellas Verona is 1-0. 6 matches have ended with this result.
During the last 13 meetings with Juventus Turin playing at home, Juventus Turin have won 12 times, there have been 1 draws while Hellas Verona have won 0 times. The goal difference is 30-8 in favour of Juventus Turin.
During the last 26 meetings, Juventus Turin have won 17 times, there have been 5 draws while Hellas Verona have won 4 times. The goal difference is 48-24 in favour of Juventus Turin.
Emerging 1-0 winners from a bad-tempered affair at San Siro, Juve got the better of their second-city counterparts for the second time this season after a superb Filip Kostic strike split the sides; Adrien Rabiot had appeared to handle the ball during the build-up, but a long VAR check confirmed the goal would stand.
Amid much animosity at the final whistle, both teams had a man dismissed, but notwithstanding a senseless sending-off for Leandro Paredes, victory over the old enemy keeps the Bianconeri close to the top six – they trail Atalanta by just four points – and only seven points shy of fourth-placed Milan.
In addition to their upcoming Europa League tie against Sporting CP, another date with Inter in the Coppa Italia semi-finals also awaits, all of which paints a much brighter picture than when Juventus first received the body blow of a 15-point penalty at the start of the year.
In fact, over the last 20 rounds, only Scudetto favourites Napoli have earned more points than Max Allegri’s men, who have accrued at least eight more than anyone else during that time – thanks largely to a watertight defence and Angel Di Maria’s return to form.
As if that were not enough, Juve resume their campaign against a club they have never lost to at home in Serie A: to date, they have won 26 and drawn five versus Verona in Turin.
Hellas Verona are currently in 18th place in the Serie A standings and have not been at their best so far this season. The away side slumped to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Sampdoria last week and will need to bounce back in this fixture.
Juventus, on the other hand, are in seventh place in the league table at the moment and have been fairly impressive in recent weeks. The Bianconeri edged Inter Milan to a 1-0 victory in their previous game and will look to achieve a similar result this weekend.
Juventus have a good recent record against Hellas Verona and have won 15 of the last 24 matches played between the two teams, as opposed to Hellas Verona’s four victories.
Juventus won the reverse fixture in November last year and could complete the league double over Hellas Verona for the first time since the 2017-18 season.
Juventus have won their last two matches against Hellas Verona in the Serie A and have managed to keep clean sheets in both games.
Juventus have played 31 home games against Hellas Verona without losing a single game in the Serie A – their best such record against a single opponent in the competition.
In the last 20 matches in the Serie A, Juventus have picked up 46 points – only Napoli have a better record in the league during this period.
Most recently, Hellas have lost both of these teams’ last two meetings without even scoring a goal, having suffered a narrow 1-0 loss in November’s reverse fixture when Moise Kean netted the only goal at Stadio Bentegodi.
They sorely need a change of those fortunes, then, as points have become ever more precious to the struggling Scaligeri following a worrying downturn during March.
Losing 3-1 at relegation rivals Sampdoria last time out leaves Verona five points adrift of safety and still without a single away victory in the 2022-23 campaign – and that setback followed two draws and two defeats from their previous four fixtures.
After a mini-revival to start the calendar year, a meagre tally of five goals from eight games tells the tale of their recent decline, which will have coach Marco Zaffaroni concerned about both his club’s future and his own.
With the departure of Igor Tudor last summer went Verona’s ambitions of a fourth straight top-half finish, and after Zaffaroni’s predecessors Gabriele Cioffi and Salvatore Bocchetti both failed to turn things around, time is running out for the current incumbent to stop them sliding into Serie B.
Juventus have shown definitive improvement under Allegri this season and will be intent on pushing for a place in the top four. The Bianconeri have an array of talented players in their ranks and can be effective on their day.
Hellas Verona have endured a difficult campaign and will need to work hard to avoid relegation this season. Juventus are the better team at the moment and should be able to win this game.