TURIN – Bologna file, filed Juve by Maurizio Sarri face tonight at 21:45 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin on Lecce by Fabio Liverani in advance of 28th day of A league. The bianconeri have clear what their goal is: the conquest of the ninth consecutive championship. Then it will be the turn to think about the Champions League Final Eight. Christian Ronaldo and companions, meanwhile, now have four points ahead of Lazio second in the standings (the Biancocelesti were defeated by Atalanta 3-2 in the previous round) and eight on Antonio Conte’s Inter (the Nerazzurri were stopped in house from Sassuolo, 3-3). The first leg at Via del Mare ended 1-1, with Dybala opening the scoring and Mancosu who, on penalty, fixed the result on the final 1-1. There Old lady she will therefore be called to a challenge that is anything but obvious tonight and Sarri is sure of that, in the press conference on the eve, he underlined the adversary’s pitfall. Here are the statistical curiosities related to the match between Juve and Lecce:
Juve have faced Lecce 31 times in Serie A: 19 wins, eight draws and four defeats.
Juve have scored just three goals in their last four Serie A games against Lecce, after having averaged 3.2 goals per game in the previous six.
Juve and Lecce have never met on Friday in Serie A: the only time they did not compete on the weekend was Wednesday 2 May 2012 (1-1).
Juve have faced Lecce 15 times in home games: 10 wins, four draws and one defeat for the hosts.
Juve have won only one of their last three Serie A games against newly promoted teams (1N, 1P), in February against Brescia.