Juventus were unable to hold on to a lead at Napoli last time out and so had to settle for a 1-1 draw, meaning their lead over Roma in 2nd has been cut to six points. Chievo slumped to their third defeat in four games as they were beaten at home by struggling Crotone and so they remain in 11th as they look set for another mid-table finish.
Juventus continue to be as reliable as ever at home as they’ve now remarkably won their last 31 on their own turf, keeping a clean sheet in five of the last seven and leading at the break in seven of the last nine. Seven of their eight victories against sides outside the top-eight have been by more than one goal, whilst five of these were by more than two.
Chievo have lost six of their last nine away, but they did manage to score in the last eight of these. They’ve gone to five of the top-seven and lost four of these by more than one goal, though they only trailed at the break at Roma and they managed to score in the last four of these. Since Juve have been level at the break in their last two at home, we’re backing Draw/Juventus Half Time/Full Time.
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