Stadium: Arechi (Italia)
Juventus and Salernitana met in Turin in the first round of the current championship and finished in a 2:2 draw. Juve lost the first half, conceding two goals, and then recovered in the closing stages of the game. Can the Bianconeri avoid similar difficulties in the away game against Salerno?Get Your Sign-Up Bonus!
The Pomegranates experienced a coaching resignation in 2023 that turned out to be fake. After a devastating 2:8 loss to Atalanta on Matchday 18, Salernitana president Danilo Iervolino fired head coach Davide Nicola but brought him back a few days later. The coach immediately began to thank his manager for his confidence. Although he first lost to Napoli (0:2), he secured a vital away win over Lecce (2:1), thanks to which Salerno regained a reasonable handicap from the relegation zone - eight points at the moment.
After the well-known events with the cancellation of 15 points, the team cannot set themselves any goals in the championship of Italy. In this context, Thursday's Italian Cup quarter-final tie against Lazio has special significance for the Turin club. Naturally, Juventus played all the home games for the full 90 minutes and clinched their regular 1:0 win: the winning goal in the closing stages of the first half was scored by Brazilian Danilo following a great pass by Filip Kostic. Juventus face Inter Milan in the semi-finals. Something tells us we're in for a real fight. After all, Inter also has almost no chance to fight for the Scudetto this season.
Expert Betting Tips
Juventus played one of their worst games this season on the previous matchday, losing 0:2 to Monza. Max Allegri's side will undoubtedly do their best to rehabilitate themselves for this defeat while at the same time taking revenge on the Pomegranates for the home draw in the first leg. There's a good chance the Turin side can do that. Salernitana, although they beat strong Lecce in the last match, lost to all their strong opponents in 2023 - AC Milan (1:2), Atalanta (2:8), and Napoli (0:2). We bet, respectively, on Juventus' victory here.