Juventus can take all the points from their Sunday trip to struggling Genoa.
Genoa v Juventus – Sunday 14:00, BT Sport ESPN
Barring a 3-0 drubbing of AC Milan at home in late October, Genoa have mostly struggled in the league of late, scoring just five times in the rest of their last 10 games. Juventus, on the other hand, have won four league games on the bounce, and will be buoyed by a dramatic midweek victory over Sevilla to see them through to the last 16 of the Champions League.
One major concern for the Bianconeri will be the fitness of various key players. Reports midweek indicated that it will be a battle to get Higuain and Benatia ready for the trip to Marassi, and while Marchisio impressed against Sevilla as he works his way back from ACL trouble, big questions still remain over the fitness of Dybala, meaning that the Old Lady’s attacking options are very limited. This will be a significant concern against a Genoa side that, despite recent trials, has conceded only three times in its last six home games, and has recorded nine home clean sheets in its last 20 here (second only to Juve).
The Draw/Juventus half-time/full-time double looks good as score have been level at half-time in seven of Juventus’s last 10 away games and in eight of Genoa’s last 10 at home. 0-0 Half Time looks long at 2.75, but for a longer shot, Draw-Juventus at 4.4 is worth a punt.