Juventus vs Frosinone: Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds
There’s a few days rest before their Champions League date with Atletico Madrid but Juventus will like to keep the momentum going against Frosinone.
Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus will have one eye on the Champions League tie in midweek but the Italian has always stressed the importance of keeping focused behind European games. Even so, you can expect a slightly weakened side from the table topping Bianconeri.
Their form had been sliding in recent weeks, including only their second loss in all competitions to Atalanta as well as some slim and arguably undeserved wins. However, after the 3-0 win away to Sassuolo last matchday, normal service feels resumed.
Their opponents on match day 24, Frosinone, offer the perfect opportunity to get their unbeaten form going. Marco Baroni’s side are second from bottom with 16 points in 23 games, possess the second worst defensive record in Serie A and the worst attacking record.
Compare that to Juventus’ joint-best home form, best defence and second-best attack in the league and we have quite the mismatch on our hands. Even with key players being rested, this should be an easy win, 2-0 Juventus.
- Juventus to win to nil
The Bianconeri are undefeated in their last 26 matches whilst Frosinone have failed to score in their last six matches. This should be a win for The Old Lady and a clean sheet to match, a solid bet all season and the returns from the bookies speak for themselves.
- Juventus to score over 2.5 goals @ 4/6 via 10Bet
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in Juventus last five Serie A games and at least two of those goals have come from players in black and white. This match sees Serie A’s second best attack come up against the third worst defence, it may not be a bloodbath but it should be comfortable for Allegri’s side.
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Head to Head
These two sides have only met on five occasions throughout their history. Unsurprisingly, Juventus have the historical advantage, winning four of those matches, whilst there’s been one Frosinone draw, coming back in September 2015.
The reverse of this fixture was played back in late September, where Juventus came out as 2-0 winners thanks to late goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Federico Bernadeschi.
- Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo leads the Serie A scoring charts with 18 goals.
- No team average more shots or dribbles per game than Juventus.
- Only Parma have faced more shots this season than Frosnine’s 18.1 per match.
- Frosnione defender Marco Capuano averages the second most blocks in Serie A with 1.3.