Juve does not want to stop and, after having won and convinced on the Parma field, they have a great desire to repeat themselves against Fiorentina in today’s second match valid for the 14th matchday of Serie A. The goal of Andrea Pirlo’s training, again unbeaten this season, is not to lose ground from Inter and Milan, while the Viola, who have collected only 3 points in the last 5, have not savored the pleasure of victory since 25 October.
Juventus begins this Serie A clash after having won five of their last six official matches (1 draw). Five of those games have seen more than 2.5 goals, while Juventus have scored at least 3 goals in four, including the last win against Parma (4-0). In addition, he scored first on five occasions, finding himself leading at half time in four of them (W3, D1). At home, the bianconeri are unbeaten this season (4 wins, 2 draws) and have scored exactly two goals in the last 15 minutes of one of the two halves (first or second) in all three of their victories (obviously excluding the one awarded to the small table). However, all three goals conceded came in the first 15 minutes of both halves, including the one in Juve’s last home game against Atalanta (1-1).
As for the visiting Fiorentina team, he has extended the winning streak to eight after drawing 1-1 last time (4 draws, 4 defeats). However, there are several positives, as Fiorentina have scored all three of their goals in the last four of those games, including in three of the four draws (D3, L1). That said, the visiting team have earned just two away points this league season (D2, L4), conceding an average of 2.17 goals per game and failing to score at all in their last four (D1, D3). defeats). Furthermore, Fiorentina has lost all nine of their last direct clashes played here in Serie A, while in six of them they were already at a disadvantage at the end of the first half.
Players to Watch: Cristiano Ronaldo has already scored 12 goals in Serie A, including braces in five of his seven league games. Meanwhile, Dušan Vlahović has scored in two consecutive games, scoring 66.67% of all Fiorentina goals in Serie A since the beginning of November.Statistic highlights: Fiorentina have only won two Serie A games this season (W2, D5, L6), which is their worst-ever record in SA history (from 1931