Juventus is going head to head with Roma starting on 17 Oct 2021 at 18:45 UTC at Allianz Stadium stadium, Turin city, Italy. The match is a part of the Serie A.
Juventus played against Roma in 2 matches this season. Currently, Juventus rank 7th, while Roma hold 4th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? SofaScore’s rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
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By hook or by crook, Juventus took advantage of the schedule easing up before the second break. It was not pretty nor commanding, but the Bianconeri needed a winning streak and successfully put together one. Now the clashes with Roma and Inter will be acid tests to see whether they have the stuff to continue coming back and re-enter the title race.
Since the playing style of Massimiliano Allegri is never going to be eye-catching, what happened in the Derby is the blueprint of what a strong performance will look like this season. The squad will often allow the opponents to hold the ball and sit back without giving up too many big chances and still looking somewhat in control. And then they will unleash 15/20-minute salvos where they up the tempo and possibly hit the net.
The break has not brought many improvements from the injury standpoint. Paulo Dybala is out and Alvaro Morata is not fully fit, and the lineup will be somewhat experimental again. Plus, there is the issue of the South American heading back late, but this one is played on a Sunday, differently from the Napoli clash. While they may not be in ideal condition, the coach should consider starting them in this one and maybe partially rest them midweek, as Juventus have some cushion in Champions League.
The absence of Adrien Rabiot opens up a pretty significant hole, even though he is not particularly impactful as a left-winger. But he has excellent chemistry with Alex Sandro, and the chain on the flank works pretty well. Also, the only other pure option for the role, Federico Chiesa, is needed elsewhere since the top two strikers are on the mend.
Whoever the replacement is, it will dictate the posture of the whole team. I would be curious to see what Weston McKennie could do in such role, and he hopefully rediscovers his touch in the box, but probably Federico Bernardeschi has better chances to be chosen, with Dejan Kulusevski as a distant third. Although the Swedish winger played some of his best minutes in a year in the last game.
The very light frontline worked well in the second half versus Torino, but it would probably be too harsh on Moise Kean to confirm it here, especially because it would require major adjustments in other roles. Unfortunately, it does not look like the striker has improved much during his time abroad.
He is shifty on the open field and can bust out great goals out of the blue, but his ability to take care of the dirty work and interplay with his teammates still leaves a lot to be desired. Opposing defenders have just manhandled him so far. The coaching staff needs to key in on him in practice. Despite the formula of his acquisition, he will be here for the long haul, and he needs to get better to be deserving of a spot. Instead, Kaio Jorge looked good for somebody making his debut after three months without playing. It would not be out of character for the coach to trust him in a prominent spot.
NAME: Juventus – Roma
DATE: 17 Oct 2021
TIME: 18:45 UTC
VENUE: Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy