A scudetto challenge that could reopen the games for the title or close them definitively: at 9:45 pm at the Allianz Stadium in Turin they face the Juventus by Maurizio Often el ‘Atalanta dell’ex Gian Piero Gasperini, in what is in all respects the big match of the 32nd matchday of Serie A, a fundamental challenge to determine who will be the Campione d’Italia team. Incredible to say, at the beginning of the year: the bianconeri are returning from the bad knockout against Milan, after having won all the post championship matches lockdown, and they must beware of the pursuers, with the Bergamo players potentially at -6 and Inter potentially at -7, like Lazio, defeated today by Sassuolo at home. On the other hand, with a win they would go to +10 on the second, six days from the end, while with the same the advantage would still be 8 lengths. Atalanta, on the other hand, dreams of being able to sign up for the title fight, after hitting nine consecutive victories, all of which after the second half: with the three points, Gasp’s men would almost arithmetically arm the qualification for the next Champions League and could think of undermining Juve. Challenge between two of the best attacks in the league, with 65 and 85 goals scored so far.STATISTICS AND PREVIOUS – Juventus is the team against which Atalanta has lost the most games (65) in the league and the team against which the Bergamo players have conceded the most goals (214). Juventus are unbeaten in 30 Serie A games against Atalanta (24V, 6N): the last Nerazzurri success dates back to February 2001, with Giovanni Vavassori leading the club. There are 57 home games for Juventus in Serie A against Atalanta: the balance consists of 38 internal victories, 15 draws and four external successes. Juventus have scored at least two goals in their last nine Serie A games at the Stadium: the bianconeri have not seen any home matches in a row with more than one goal in their net since December 2016. 30 goals have already been conceded by Juventus in this Serie A : as many as throughout 2018/19 – the bianconeri have not suffered more in a single league since 2010/11 (38 after 31 days, 47 at the end of the competition). Juventus is the team against which Gian Piero Gasperini has lost the most games (13) in Serie A: completing two wins and five draws for the Atalanta coach. If Duván Zapata were to find the goal, Atalanta would become the first team to boast at least three players with at least 15 goals to their credit – with Muriel at 17 and Ilicic at 15 – in a single league from Juventus in 1951/52 (Muccinelli , Boniperti and Hansen). Juventus striker Paulo Dybala played 17 games and scored three goals in the top league, under the guidance of Gian Piero Gasperini (with the Palermo shirt in 2012/13). Only against Lazio (12) Gonzalo Higuaín scored more goals in Serie A than against Atalanta (11); the Juventus forward has put his hand in seven goals (five goals and two assists) in the last four games against the Bergamo side in the competition. All four goals scored by Josip Ilicic, of Atalanta, against Juventus in Serie A arrived at the home of the bianconeri: three right at the Stadium, one at the Olimpico Grande Torino.
JUVENTUS (4-3-3): Szczesny; Cuadrado, de Ligt, Bonucci, Danilo; Rabiot, Bentancur, Matuidi; Bernardeschi, Dybala, Ronaldo.
ATALANTA (3-4-2-1): Gollini; Toloi, Palomino, Djimsiti; Hateboer, of Roon, Freuler, Gosens; Gomez; Ilicic, Zapata.
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