Juventus welcome Torino to Turin, Italy with the intent of moving inches within three wins of ending the campaign with 100 points at the end of the season,.
The Italian giants have squandered their chance of ending the season without a defeat but are now only inches away from 100 points.
A draw at San Siro against Inter Milan means that the club could still meet the 100-point mark. Juventus haven’t met a three-figure mark since they last did in the 2013/2-14 season.
Masimiliano Allegri seems to be losing hold of his job at the club after the Old Lady crashed out of the Champions League but meeting that mark could just see him remain at the club.
Juventus haven’t kept a clean sheet in their last six outings with the Old Lady falling behind first in the last two games against Fiorentina and Inter Milan.
Recent form: W W W L W D
A win for Torino could leave them on same points with Atalanta, a position that could possibly ensure some playing time in next season’s Europa League.
They have lost just once in their last 14 games in the Serie A but playing away from home leaves them at a great disadvantage but with Juventus looking a bit unsettled in the defence, you get the feeling that whoever scores the first goal might win the tie.
After already avoiding defeats to AC Milan, Napoli and Lazio and losing the first leg only to a penalty by Ronaldo, they might well be coming for all three points.
Recent form: D W D D W W
Juventus wil be without the services of Alex Sandro, Dybala, Mandzukic, Douglas Costa, Khedira who have been sidelined due to injuries.
Torino will be without Koffi Djidji, Emiliano Moretti.
Possible Starting Line-Up
Sczzesny; Spinazzola, Chiellini, Bonucci, Cancelo; Matuidi, Pjanic, Can; Bernardeschi, Ronaldo, Cuadrado.
Sirigu; Bremer, Nkoulou, Izzo; Ansaldi, Rincon, Meite, Silvestri; Baselli; Berenguer; Belotti