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Juventus VS Cagliari

Juventus and Cagliari face off at Juventus Stadium, on this match of the 35th round of the Italian league.
The head to head history between both teams clearly favors Juventus: in the last 69 matches for the championship: 33 wins, 25 draws and 11 losses.

Analysis of Juventus

The current Italian champions come from a motivating win over Real Madrid, on the last game for the Champions League semi-final. With his mind on the next match against the Spanish for this competition, coach Massimiliano Allegri is likely to spare the most influential players..
Juventus winning record at Juventus Stadium is outstanding: they have won 88% of their home games. Moreover, they have scored an average of 2,4 goals and conceded 0,5 goals per game, which reveals great superiority over its opponents.
However, it’s important to notice that only 47% of Juventus home matches end with Over 2,5 goals.
Probable line-up: Buffon; Ogbonna, Barzagli, Chiellini, Ceglie; Padoin, Sturaro, Marchisio, Pereyra; Llorente, Matri.
Coach: Massimiliano Allegri

Confirmed Lineup: M. Storari, A. Barzagli, A. Ogbonna, Rômulo, S. Pepe, S. Padoin, R. Pereyra, K. Coman, C. Marchisio, P. Pogba, A. Matri.
Coach: M. Allegri.

Analysis of Cagliari

Gianluca Festa’s team are 18th of the Serie A, with 27 points, after 6 wins, 9 draws and 19 losses. In their last match they have beaten Parma 4-0, continuing their struggle to ensure maintenance.
Cagliari favourite period to score is in the last 15’ of the 1st half: 11 of their 22 away goals have been scores within this time frame. Therefore, their irregular results at halftime are noticeable.
Despite obvious deficiencies of the Cagliari team, in the 5 games they have opened up the score, they have kept the advantage until the end of the first half. However, only 60% of those ended with a win.
Probable line-up: Brkic; Pisano, Cappitelli, Rossenttini, Avelar; Donsah, Crisetig, Ekdal, João Pedro; Cop, Farias.  
Coach: Gianluca Festa

Confirmed Lineup: Ž. Brkić, L. Ceppitelli, A. Balzano, L. Rossettini, Danilo Avelar, G. Donsah, João Pedro , L. Crisetig, A. Ekdal, D. Čop, Diego Farias.
Coach: G. Festa.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that one of the teams will end the first half with an advantage. we believe the first half will be very agitated, since both teams score most of their goals in the first 45’. Therefore, we predict one of the teams will end the first half in front.

NOTE: Statistical values limited to the matches in our database.

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Serie A - 2014/2015

  • 100% 380 / 380 Games

  • Home team wins 40%
  • Draws 31.58%
  • Away team wins 28.42%
  • Over 1.5 76.32%
  • Over 2.5 50.53%
  • Over 3.5 29.47%
  • Goals 1024
  • Goals /match 2.69
  • Goals /match home 1.5
  • Goals /match away 1.19
  • Both teams score 56.32%
  • Goals after 80' 14.55%
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