August 15, 2022 Sports Betting
Juventus hopes to rebound in 2022–23 after a notably difficult time, and they begin the season on Monday by visiting Sassuolo.
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Juve lost both the Supercoppa Italiana and the Coppa Italia final to archrivals Inter, and Max Allegri’s return to the bench was unable to reverse the team’s downward trend. As a result of falling short of expectations, many changes have been made this summer, including the departures of Paulo Dybala, Douglas Costa, Federico Bernardeschi, and legendary captain Giorgio Chiellini.
In the meanwhile, the return of favorite son Paul Pogba and the additions of Angel Di Maria, Filip Kostic, and Bremer—the latter coming from city rivals Torino to take Matthijs de Ligt’s place—have raised hopes of a comeback among the Bianconeri supporters.
However, a disappointing preseason finale serves as a reminder that Juventus still has a long way to go before catching up to the revitalized Milan clubs. After drawing with Barcelona and then losing to Real Madrid in the United States, Juventus completed the La Liga holy trinity by playing Atletico last week in a match that was hurriedly moved from Tel Aviv to Turin.
Although a defeat at Juve’s training facility was not the desired result, the signs for Monday’s start are promising as Allegri prepares his team for the next season.
Juventus has not only won 11 of the previous 12 times they have opened their Serie A season at home, but they have also netted goals in 17 of their last 18 games against Sassuolo, scoring an average of 2.4 goals per game.
Despite losing seven of their first nine Serie A games on the road against Juve, Sassuolo did come out on top during their most recent visit in the fall of 2017. Goals from Davide Frattesi and Maxime Lopez helped them earn a victory. Despite some early struggles, the Neroverdi, who have a reputation for being one of the most exciting teams to watch in Serie A, managed to finish 11th in Alessio Dionisi’s first season at the club after taking over from the well-liked Roberto De Zerbi.
Dionisi, however, has had to cope with some unrest in his renowned offensive department, which has shown to be so potent recently, before starting the new league season with one of the toughest conceivable matches.
However, the Emilian club has responded recently with the additions of Uruguayan teenager Agustin Alvarez to the front line and Andrea Pinamonti, who previously spent a successful loan season at Empoli.
However, Sassuolo lost to Serie B team Modena last week, sending them out of the Coppa Italia at the first round stage with Raspadori still leading the line. Their chances of winning a prize have already expired for another year, which is hardly the ideal setup for a trip to Turin.
Juve may find it challenging to adjust to the new Serie A season at the outset, and it wouldn’t be surprising if they failed to earn three points. This is due to a personnel upheaval as well as a number of injuries and suspensions.
Sassuolo is still a good bet for a first-day draw because they frequently bounce back after losing their top players, like Manuel Locatelli to their opponents.