This weekend’s Serie A clash between Juventus and Juventus is set to be one of the biggest in the league and will determine who will take the Scudetto in April.
Juventus’ first leg against Sassuolo will take place on Saturday at 7pm.
The second leg will kick off on Sunday at 8pm.
If they lose to Sassuoli they would then face Inter on Saturday, which could be their final match of the season.
However, if they win to take the lead in the Scuda they would have to play their final home game before the summer break.
Juve will have two weeks to prepare, and the final preparations will begin with a trip to the South American country of Chile.
In this article I look at the different ways in which Juventus and Sassuol will prepare for their match on Sunday.1.
Juve will play in a neutral stadiumThis is one of Juventus’ main objectives this season, and a goal of theirs will be to get the best possible results.
Sassuolo, on the other hand, will be playing in their home stadium, the Allianz Arena, in which they are currently tied for second in the Serie A standings.
Juventus have already beaten Sassuola in their first two matches, as well as losing 4-0 to Inter last season.
Sassugo have won only one of their last 11 league games and are only three points behind Juve in third place, having won the league on their last four occasions.
Juose will play a neutral game and will not have to travel to Chile for their match, although there will be some extra travel due to the fact that the game will be played on a Sunday, so the trip to Chile would be less convenient.2.
Players will be in attendanceIt will be interesting to see how the players will approach their first-team squad, with the most experienced players like Sergio Agüero, Simone Zaza and Paulo Dybala being the ones to watch.
There will also be a good chance for youngsters like Andrea Barzagli and Julian Candreva, who are both on the bench this weekend.
If Juve win, they will have to use two substitutes, with Giorgio Chiellini likely to start, while Daniele De Rossi and Gianluigi Buffon will both be absent.
Ticket prices will be cheaperThis will be a different game from last season, when the game was played in a huge stadium, and Juventus were heavily criticised for the poor ticket prices.
The game will take up about 30 minutes, and will cost €30, which will not be too expensive compared to last season’s €80.
I would not expect the average ticket price to be too high for the home supporters, but it is important to note that Juventus will not sell any tickets for this match, so there will not need to be a huge rush to get a ticket.
This is a big gameJuventus will have some extra players available, but this is the only match where they will be without top strikers Mario Mandzukic and Andrea Pirlo.
Mandzukics was injured against Sassugo and is out for the rest of the campaign.
Pirlo, meanwhile, is currently out for a month with a knee injury, so he is unlikely to feature against Juve.
Bale and Pogba will not featureJuventus are yet to announce whether they will field their full squad for the game.
Their coach, Juve legend and current Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, will be in charge of the match, but if he does not call on his squad to take part, he will still be able to call on the squad from outside of the team.
If the game is called off, Van Gaal will still have the option to call his team on. 6.
Milan will not make it to the endMilan have been linked with a move for both Dani Alves and Francesco Totti, and it is not yet clear if they will join Juventus in this week’s transfer window.
Van Gaal will only have the ability to call upon the squad in this situation, so it is unlikely that Milan would be able take part.
Fellini will be injuredMilan’s captain, Mario Fellini, is out of the squad for this game.
Milan were linked with his transfer for the first time in November, when they signed Juventus’ captain, Gianluki Brozovic, on a free transfer.
Brozovic is currently injured and it will be difficult for him to feature.
Antonio Candrevas will miss the matchAntoniol Candrevens is likely to miss this game, as he is suffering