Juventus Vs Salernitana LIVE Football Score 11 Sept 2022

Juventus Vs Salernitana LIVE Football Score 11 Sept 2022


Start date: 11 Sept 2022 23:45
Location: Turin Venue: Allianz Stadium
Referee: Matteo Marcenaro, Italy
Avg. cards: 0.11 5


When the odds are 1.50 the expected chance of winning is 67%, but this team actually wins 70% matches with these odds.


After suffering their first defeat of the season in midweek, Juventus aim to get back to winning ways on Sunday evening, as they host Salernitana in Serie A.

The Bianconeri were beaten in their Champions League opener in Paris, and have won just two of their six games so far; while their visitors arrive in Turin only three points and three places below them in the standings.

While Juventus have defied some dire displays to remain unbeaten in the league, their all-too-apparent flaws were laid bare against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night, as they fell to a 2-1 loss in their first Group H fixture.

Behind by two goals within 22 minutes, Juve rallied a little after the interval at the Parc des Princes, and a more direct approach towards twin strikers Dusan Vlahovic and Arcade Milik tested PSG goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma on a couple of occasions.

However, following a dull draw at Fiorentina last week, Max Allegri‘s men are again drawing criticism for a lack of cohesion and – perhaps more pressingly for their fans – an inability to string together a strong set of results.

Juventus have scored in the first 10 minutes during each of their last three Serie A matches – with Vlahovic obliging from early set-pieces against both Roma and Spezia – but seem to run out of steam fairly quickly and sit back on their heels soon after.

Only Spezia have had fewer shots on target in the second half of games than Juve’s paltry four, so they will certainly seek to improve their performance in that regard after the break on Sunday.

Still just four points off top spot before the sixth round gets under way, though – and having seen star signings Angel Di Maria and Paul Pogba both sidelined for either much or all of their opening games – all is not lost for the club who last lifted the Scudetto in 2020.

Paul Pogba and Federico Chiesa are still short of returning to the fray, while Angel Di Maria and Wojciech Szczesny are both out too – after impressing in the Champions League, Mattia Perin should continue to deputise for the latter in goal.

Up front, Dusan Vlahovic is intent on becoming just the fourth Juve player to score in five consecutive home appearances in Serie A since 1994; joining Alessandro del PieroDavid Trezeguet and Cristiano Ronaldo in an exclusive club. The Serbian striker has bagged three goals and laid on an assist in his two previous encounters with Salernitana.

Meanwhile, the visitors’ Boulaye Dia has become the first player to score three times in the club’s first five games of a Serie A season – he will join either Federico Bonazzoli or recent loan signing Krzysztof Piatek up front in a 3-5-2 formation.

Emil BohinenMatteo LovatoIvan Radovanovic and club captain Franck Ribery are all expected to miss out through injury.

Juventus possible starting lineup:
Perin; De Sciglio, Bonucci, Rugani, Sandro; Miretti, Paredes, Locatelli; Kostic, Vlahovic, Kean

Salernitana possible starting lineup:
Sepe; Bronn, Gyomber, Fazio; Candreva, Coulibaly, Maggiore, Vilhena, Mazzocchi; Dia, Bonazzoli

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