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Juventus vs. Napoli match preview: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch the Serie AIn a weird kind of way, it almost makes sense that Napoli is coming to Turin this weekend. Now, now, now... just hear me out. On Jan. 14, 2023, Juventus went to Naples and got it handed to them by Napoli, 5-1. Less than a week later, Juve saw the FIGC hand down a 15-point penalty as a result of the plusvalenza investigation that saw them tumble back down into the mid-table and drastically changing the scope of the season just after it was made crystal clear a Scudetto wasn’t happening. Now, all of three days after Juventus saw the appeal of that same points penalty at least temporarily revoked, here comes Napoli and their 16-point lead in Serie A to the Allianz Stadium.
” Allegri said that he is undecided as to whether or not Federico Chiesa will start against Napoli after the Italian winger played the full 90 minutes on Thursday night. That’s another decision that will come Sunday morning. Allegri wrapped up his press conference by declaring “I’m not worried about Dusan Vlahovic. ” JUVENTUS PLAYER TO WATCH We haven’t seen this guy in the starting lineup much at all the last six months for very obvious reasons.
This isn’t being viewed as a matchup for the Scudetto like the first time these two teams met back in January. That very reason is obvious — and all you need to do is look at the Serie A table real quick to figure all of that out. But when it comes to Juventus, it’s simple: You’re not suddenly back in the top four, so the task for these final eight Serie A fixtures is to stay there. While both teams are coming off emotional European results — one good, one the opposite of good — Napoli has the advantage of two extra days rest on Juventus, with the Bianconeri playing in Portugal all of 96 hours before kickoff Sunday night.
Juventus vs Napoli Live Streaming, Serie A: When & Where to watch, Time in ISTCristaino Ronaldo reacts after scoring his first Juventus goal | Photo Credit: AP New Delhi: After Juventus' easy 2-0 win over Bologna last week, the focus has shifted on the first big game of Serie A with Napoli returning to Allianz Stadium on Saturday, in a bid to emulate their performance last season in Torino, although the team failed to convert their dramatic win into championship triumph. Juventus bagged their seventh straight title victory, before they roped in the Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid. Well, for the night, Ronaldo would once again look to find the back of the net.
But let’s just add this, too: Since the games restarted after the World Cup break, Bonucci has played in just six games total, with a couple of those appearances being short second-half cameos either close to or in stoppage time. And it’s not like we’re sitting here just a week or two into February. We’re not in mid-April, which means Bonucci barely playing over the last 3 1⁄2 months — and we all know how many games Juve’s had over that span — just tells you how much he’s struggled to even be an option for Allegri much of the time. Tt’s not like Bonucci was all that great in any of those appearances, either. So if Allegri really does go through with giving Bremer the night off — something he most definitely deserves with how many minutes he’s been logging of late — and goes with Bonucci, the worry suddenly becomes just how up to the task he is. So much of this season for Bonucci has been about not being able to play because of physical issues and looking a step or two slow when he’s actually been on the field, so who knows just how much rust there is on a guy who turns 36 years old in a couple of weeks.
Mattia De Sciglio and Sami Khedira are both ruled out owing to fitness issue and Max Allegri said, "It's possible that we'll play with two or even four in midfield, it depends on the characteristics of the individuals and also who will play in attack. " And with Douglas Costa suspended owing to the spitting issue, Allegri has much to ponder upon. In fact, Paulo Dybala might get a start after his stunning match against Bologna.
Now, getting said victory over Napoli is no sure thing or anything close to it. They’re the runaway, soon-to-be champions for a reason. If it wasn’t for their recent struggles in the league then the Scudetto might already be in Naples knowing how the rest of the teams behind them not named Lazio have been coughing up points left and right. No matter what, though, Allegri has made it clear and it’s hard to disagree with him on this point: “We need to put as many points as possible on the board because our aim is to play the Champions League football next year.
We don’t know how much Juve has in the tank following Thursday night’s roller coaster ride against Sporting. We also don’t know what state of mind Napoli will be in after a disappointing end to their Champions League campaign at the hands of AC Milan. And it’s not like either team has been all that great in league play as of late. They’ve both recorded just three wins in their last six, which is a tough pill to swallow knowing how even more unpredictable the other top teams in Italy have been with their form over that same period of time. Then you have this little wrinkle as well: Lazio, currently in second place, went out and lost to Torino on Saturday night, thus opening the door for Juventus to potentially jump over Maurizio Sarri’s squad with a victory over Napoli at the Allianz.
Napoli, so far, have a 100 per cent record after six games and stand just three points behind Juventus. But stats seem to favour the hosts for the night in their 145th meeting in Serie A. Allegri reckons Ronaldo will once again play a key role after his Sassu0lo goal and Bologna assists. The more time these players spend together the better they get to know each other and improve their understanding, " said Allegri Here's all you need to know about the Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A 2018-19: When is the Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A? The Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A is on September 29. What time does the Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A start? The Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A starts at 09:30 PM IST. Where will the Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A take place? The Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A will take place at the Juventus Stadium. Which channel will telecast the Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A on TV? The Juventus vs Napoli match in Serie A will be aired live on Star Sports Select 1/HD.
And since he ended up actually starting and doing fairly well on his Serie A debut, it made things look good after talking about him. But no we circle back around to Bonucci, who has been seen more on the sidelines this season than actually in the starting lineup — especially in 2023. The last time Bonucci actually started a game: March 23 against Sampdoria. So... not exactly close that first notion.