Juventus vs. Naples LIVE: they will face ONLINE TV and LIVE this Wednesday, April 7 at the Allianz Arena Stadium for the 29th date of Serie A. This match is scheduled to begin at 11:30 am Peruvian time and same time in Mexico.
Juventus Turin and Naples, who share the fourth position and live moments in opposite ways, will face this Wednesday at the Allianz Stadium in Turin in a direct clash that could be decisive in the fight for a place in the next Champions League.
The inertia is all in favor of Naples, which arrives in Turin after four consecutive victories and determined to sink even more its historic rival, a Juventus that was left out of the Champions League in the round of 16, which is twelve points behind the leadership and he is forced to fight to avoid being left out of the next continental cup.
Andrea Pirlo’s men share the fourth position with Napoli and, if they did not manage to enter the top four of the table, they would close a historic debacle.
The “bianconeri” have not won for two games in Serie A, as they lost 0-1 against Benevento and did not pass 2-2 in the derby against Torino. In addition, Pirlo will not be able to count on Leonardo Bonucci, Federico Bernardeschi or the Turkish Merih Demiral, all positive for coronavirus.
It will be up to the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, who on Saturday avoided defeat against Torino, try to change the negative dynamics in which Juventus found, lacking in game, confidence and, above all, results.
This is how Naples arrives
Up front, the Turin team will face Napoli in great shape, which has an extremely exciting challenge ahead of it. Winning in Turin would allow him to take a big step towards the next Champions League and, in addition, leave his eternal rival touched.
Those of Gennaro Gattuso, who does have an excellent friendship with Pirlo, with whom he was teammates at Milan and the Italian national team, recovered many leaders from their injuries in recent weeks and their results have grown significantly.
The “azzurro” side has an open streak of four victories in a row, against Bologna, Milan, Rome and Crotone, and attacked the fourth position last Saturday.
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