Juventus shouldn't have too many problems seeing off Udinese on Saturday evening.
Juventus v Udinese– Saturday 19:45, BT Sport Europe
A 3-0 defeat to Lazio proved to be the final straw for Beppe Iachini at Udinese as he was sacked after just four and a half months in charge. For years Udinese punched above their weight, qualifying for Europe on 11 occasions between 1997 and 2013, but now it seems new boss Luigi Del Neri’s primary job is to keep them afloat in Serie A.
It doesn’t get much tougher than a trip to Turin first up, where Juventus are flying, winning their last 19 league matches on home soil. They’ve conceded in just two of the last 14 of these as their defence remains immense. As Udinese have failed to replace iconic skipper Antonio Di Natale, who used to be a regular source of goals, the Old Lady to win nil looks a fantastic bet at 1.91.
With Gonzalo Higuain making all the headlines for his goals this season there has been little attention on fellow countryman Paulo Dybala, who we’re backing to score anytime. The diminutive Argentine offers Juve something different to Higuain and other striker Mario Mandzukic and despite starting the season slowly he found the net in his last two outings and looks good value to do so again in a game the hosts should dominate.