Juventus predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 38
- Winning Bets: 15
- Average Odds: 2.47
- Overall Stake : 281
- Profit: 211.32
- Yield: -24.8 %
With 9 consecutive Scudetto wins behind them, Juve are on a dominating spree the likes of which has never been seen in Serie A.
That said, many experts are predicting that their luck is finally about to run out. Not only did they beat Inter by a measly single point last season, but they also capped it with a fairly disappointing campaign on the European theatre. Despite the title, things didn’t go smooth in 2019/20, and this is the best chance Inter has had to wrestle the silver away from the Zebras.
Don’t get us wrong, though, one doesn’t take 9 Serie A titles in a row without being one of the best teams in the world. With 2.8 odds for another triumph, they are the indisputable favourites for another year. A Champions League victory is a bit of a stretch, though, priced at around 14.0.
Juventus Key Players
Another issue the Turin side is facing this year is the abrupt change in management. Andrea Pirlo has a daunting task ahead of him, especially for someone unproven in the hot seats of Italy’s top-flight.
Their defence performed quite well, though Inter is a few steps ahead in this department. Leonardo Bonucci remains the back line’s unofficial leader, backed by world-class names like Matthijs de Ligt and the famous Polish goalie Wojciech Szczesny.
As one might expect, Christiano Ronaldo remains the key man on the other side of the pitch.
With a whopping and constantly increasing goal tally since his 2018 arrival, it’s hard to imagine a suitable replacement for the Portuguese superstar. This leaves the midfield as the missing link in the team’s formation. Barcelona’s Arthur was signed as a possible solution, which indicates a higher block due to the departures of Miralem Pjanic and Emre Can.
City rivals are arguably the most prominent ones, which is also the case with Juventus. The Derby della Mole is the Turin derby between Juventus and Torino, dating back to 1906.
The Derby d’Italia is another highly prominent match between two of Italy’s most successful clubs – Juventus and Milan. The two sides had regularly challenged each other for silverware in the past which only flamed up the rivalry.
Generally speaking, Juventus are everybody’s favourite enemy and the team to beat. Therefore, the Old Lady has also got fierce rivalries with the likes of Inter Milan, AS Roma and Fiorentina. Most recently, however, with the arrival of Maurizio Sarri – a fan favourite at San Siro – Napoli emerged as another club with a burning desire to take the Juventus scalp.
As a club with one of the largest fan basis worldwide – and undeniably the largest one in Italy – Juventus has long ago evolved into a global phenomenon. Originally founded as Sport-Club Juventus in 1897, Juventus were later on known as Foot-Ball Club Juventus. The Bianconeri went through a couple of metamorphoses through their history and now stand firmly on the ground as one of the biggest marketing forces in the world – with a newly-redesigned logo – under the full name of Juventus Football Club S.p.A.
The emergence of Juventus as the Italian super-force commenced back in 1923 under the guidance of FIAT owner Edoardo Agnelli. With 35 Serie A titles to their name – and a Serie B one which came as the result of the 2006 Italian football scandal called Calciopoli –Juventus also boast 13 Coppa Italia trophies and 8 Supercoppa Italiana titles.
The two-time Champions League winners have also got one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup trophy and three UEFA Cups, among other pieces of silverware. As of July 2017, the Old Lady has got herself a new home – Allianz Stadium – where over 41,000 people have a privilege of watching the biggest club in Italy week in and week out .