Juventus vs atalanta
- What time does Juventus vs Atalanta kick off?
- Who won the free kick in the defensive half in Juventus?
- Can Atalanta BC close the gap on Serie As European candidates?
- What is Juve’s final drive for a European place?
- Will Juventus rise to the challenge against Napoli?
- Why is David de Ligt here at Juventus?
- What happened in the second half of Juventus vs FC Porto?
- How many goals have Juventus scored at half-time in Serie A?
- Why did Ronaldo turn his back on Juventus?
What time does Juventus vs Atalanta kick off?
Date: Sunday, Feb. 13 | Time: 2:45 p.m. ET Location: Gewiss Stadium -- Bergamo, Italy TV and live stream: Paramount+ Odds: Atalanta +175; Draw +235; Juventus +155 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Who won the free kick in the defensive half in Juventus?
Joakim Maehle (Atalanta) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Foul by Merih Demiral (Atalanta). Álvaro Morata (Juventus) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Corner, Atalanta. Conceded by Matthijs de Ligt.
Can Atalanta BC close the gap on Serie As European candidates?
Juventus host Atalanta BC on Saturday with a chance to close the gap on Serie As European candidates at Juventus Stadium in Turin. Massimiliano Allegris men trail the Bergamo outfit by four points heading into this one, but a win could lift them into the top six.
What is Juve’s final drive for a European place?
Juventus, fresh off one of their best weeks in what feels like months, enters this final drive for a European place with nothing set in stone. As much as the past 180 minutes or so of game time were productive and clearly successful, nothing about their final few weeks of the season scream easy and routine. And that begins Sunday in Bergamo.
Will Juventus rise to the challenge against Napoli?
It will be a test of the mettle of Juventus squad as much as any game has been in weeks. And maybe, just maybe, they will rise to the challenge just like they did against Napoli.
Why is David de Ligt here at Juventus?
But de Ligt is here because he is going to be the most important player that Juve’s defense has to try and slow down an Atalanta squad that has scored 11 goals in their last four games. (And, as you might expect, all of those four games have been wins.)