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Juventus VS AC Milan Live Football Score 9 May 2021

Juventus VS AC Milan Live Football Score 9 May 2021

 

Event details:
NAME: Juventus – Milan
DATE: 9 May 2021
TIME: 18:45 UTC
VENUE: Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy

Juventus is going head to head with Milan starting on 9 May 2021 at 18:45 UTC at Allianz Stadium stadium, Turin city, Italy. The match is a part of the Serie A. Juventus played against Milan in 2 matches this season. Currently, Juventus rank 3rd, while Milan hold 4th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.

After both sides were left trailing in the wake of the new Serie A champions, inconsistent pair Juventus and AC Milan meet on Sunday, with only a top four place left to fight for.Following Inter’s coronation last weekend, both the club they deposed as Scudetto holders and their Rossoneri rivals are locked together on points, as missing out on the Champions League remains a real possibility.

Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo welcomes his former club to the Allianz Stadium in this weekend’s late Sunday kickoff with his future still on the line, as the Bianconeri are yet to secure a top-four finish in Serie A – an absolute minimum requirement from his first season in charge.Recent results have left third-placed Juve locked on 69 points with Atalanta and Milan going into the weekend’s action, while Napoli and Lazio continue to lurk close behind.

The Coppa Italia finalists, who face Atalanta in the cup decider later this month, were narrow 2-1 winners last time out in the league, against mid-table Udinese. Pirlo and company were indebted to yet another Cristiano Ronaldo brace – both goals coming in the final 10 minutes – as the Capocannoniere leader orchestrated their comeback after the Friulani had taken a surprise lead early on.

Ronaldo has now scored more than one goal on nine separate occasions in Serie A this season and the age-defying Portuguese superstar last registered more multiples back in 2014-15 (with 12 doubles or trebles for Real Madrid), while only Erling Haaland has done so more often throughout the top five European Leagues this term.

While his team’s away form continues to be patchy, Juventus cannot be counted against on home soil this term, as they are second only to new champions Inter in the ‘home only’ standings, having returned with maximum points from 13 of 17 road trips so far.Not only that, but the Turin giants have won each of their last nine Serie A home matches against Sunday’s opponents Milan and put the first significant chink in the Winter Champions’ armour back in January, by defeating the Rossoneri 3-1 at San Siro.

After both sides were left trailing in the wake of the new Serie A champions, inconsistent pair Juventus and AC Milan meet on Sunday, with only a top four place left to fight for. Following Inter’s coronation last weekend, both the club they deposed as Scudetto holders and their Rossoneri rivals are locked together on points, as missing out on the Champions League remains a real possibility. Recent results have left third-placed Juve locked on 69 points with Atalanta and Milan going into the weekend’s action, while Napoli and Lazio continue to lurk close behind.

Juventus host AC Milan in Serie A on Sunday in what will be a crucial clash in the race for the top four. Both teams are currently tied on 69 points alongside Atalanta. The Bianconeri, however, are ahead of the Rossoneri in third place due to goal difference. Both sides have a great chance of finishing the weekend in second place and improving their chances of a top-four finish. Andrea Pirlo’s side have only lost two of their last 14 games across all competitions and have been in strong form of late. Juventus came from behind to beat Udinese last time out courtesy of a late brace from Cristiano Ronaldo.

 

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