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Juventus vs Verona Prediction, Head-To-Head, Live Stream Time, Date, Team News, lineup news, Odds, Stats, Betting Tips Trends, Where To Watch Live Score Italian Serie A 2023 Telecast Today Match Details – April 2

This weekend, the Serie A returns with another set of games, with Hellas Verona taking on Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus in a crucial match at the Allianz Stadium on Saturday. Hellas Verona, who are 18th in the Serie A standings and haven’t been at their best this season, are currently in 18th place. The away team lost to Sampdoria 3-1 last week, and they will need to get back on track in this game.

On the other hand, Juventus has been quite impressive in recent weeks and currently occupies seventh place in the league table. In their previous match, the Bianconeri defeated Inter Milan by one goal, and they will attempt to repeat that feat this weekend.


This season, Allegri’s Juventus have made significant progress, and they will be determined to challenge for a spot in the top four. The Bianconeri have a diverse group of talented players and have the potential to be successful on their day.

Hellas Verona will need to put in a lot of effort this season to avoid relegation after a difficult campaign. Juventus are the better group right now and ought to have the option to dominate this match.

Prediction: Hellas Verona beat Juventus 3-1.


  • Hellas Verona has won four matches in a row, but Juventus has won 15 of the last 24 against them.
  • With a win over Hellas Verona in November of last year, Juventus could complete the league double against them for the first time since 2017-18.
  • In the Serie A, Juventus has maintained a clean sheet in both of its most recent matches against Hellas Verona.
  • In Serie A, Juventus have won 31 home games against Hellas Verona without dropping a single game, their best record against a single opponent.
  • Only Napoli has a better record in the league over the last 20 Serie A games than Juventus, who have scored 46 points.

Team news

Juventus will be without Paul Pogba once more this weekend, and the erratic midfielder may not return until mid-April, in addition to captain Leonardo Bonucci, who withdrew from Italy duty due to injury.

The suspensions of midfield duo Adrien Rabiot and Leandro Paredes prevent them from playing, but Arkaduisz Milik and Fabio Miretti are back from injuries.

Federico Chiesa (knee) and Filip Kostic (Achilles) aren’t ready to play, but Juan Cuadrado is ready to make his 300th appearance for the club in all competitions.

Dusan Vlahovic should start in front of Angel Di Maria or Moise Kean, but the latter, who scored in his Juve debut against Verona in February, has only scored three goals in 11 Serie A games; that contrasts with his Serbian record of 10 in his last 11.

As Diego Coppola serves a suspension, Verona will have Sweden’s Isak Hien back to strengthen their defensive line. Hien should immediately move into the back three.

Cyril Ngonge could start in front of Milan Djuric or Adolfo Gaich, as Thomas Henry is out for the rest of the season. Darko Lazovic may not play further forward because of a muscle problem.



  • Szczesny
  • Danilo, Bremer, Gatti
  • Cuadrado, Fagioli, Locatelli, Barrenechea, Kostic
  • Di Maria
  • Vlahovic

Hellas Verona

  • Montipo
  • Magnani, Hien, Dawidowicz
  • Faraoni, Veloso, Tameze, Doig
  • Duda, Ngonge
  • Gaich

Betting Tips

Result: The Juventus match will score more than 2.5 goals. Yes, Juventus will score first. Yes, Angel Di Maria will score.

Where to watch

The season will be accessible on the Voot application and JioTV

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