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Hellas Verona vs Juventus: Preview and Prediction

Hellas Verona vs Juventus Prediction, Betting Tips and News


Juventus are in danger of drifting further away from the title race, as Massimiliano Allegri will demand an urgent win over Hellas Verona.

Two teams on opposite ends of the table will take on each other, with Hellas Verona having much to lose and everything to gain should they manage a favourable result. Marco Baroni’s men could only earn a draw against Monza last weekend, which extended their winless run to four games in the division. ............


With the Bianconeri also coming into the clash in a low form, Verona might sense this is the opportunity to get something from this clash, although in truth, it’s against the odds.


Massimiliano Allegri will demand nothing but a win from his players, as he would have relayed to those stars the importance of three points at the weekend. For a brief moment, Juventus went top of the league when Inter Milan were away in Saudi Arabia, but things have gone downhill for the Turin giants since.


A morale-sapping draw against Empoli was followed by a direct clash with rivals Inter Milan, which Juventus lost by a single goal. While they were not much far from the San Siro rivals, last weekend’s disappointing loss to Udinese at home dealt a big blow to their chances of catching up with Inter Milan. .............


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Hellas Verona



Probable Lineup (4-2-3-1) – Montipo; Tchatchoua, Magnani, Dawidowicz, Cabal; Duda, Serdar; Folorunsho, Suslov, Lazovic; Noslin




There are some selection headaches for Allegri before he names his lineup for the Verona clash away from home. for starters, the manager will have key defender Danilo back into contention, although the Bianconeri have lost Gleison Bremer to a suspension.


In terms of injuries, only Moise Kean, Mattia De Sciglio, and Mattia Perin are missing from action, as Allegri will give a good enough squad to choose from. With Bremer absent, Daniele Rugani and Federico Gatti will join Danilo in that back three.


Adrien Rabiot should tag alongside Manuel Locatelli and Weston McKennie in that midfield, while Andrea Cambiaso and Filip Kostic are likely to keep hold of their wing-back position.


Up front, Dusan Vlahovic is still in considerable doubt with a thigh problem, although the forward might return to the squad and feature from the bench. Allegri might also choose Federico Chiesa in place of Kenan Yildiz upfront, as the Italian will likely partner with the experienced Arkadiusz Milik in the two starting front roles.


Probable Lineup (3-5-2) – Szczesny; Gatti, Rugani, Danilo; Cambiaso, McKennie, Locatelli, Rabiot, Kostic; Milik, Chiesa



Key Stats

  • Verona have failed to win 20 of their last 22 matches in Serie A.
  • Verona have failed to win any of their last 33 Serie A games against Juventus in Turin.
  • Juventus have been drawing at half-time and winning at full-time in their last 3 matches against Verona in all competitions.
  • Juventus have kept a clean sheet in their last 4 matches against Verona in all competitions.
  • Juventus are winless in their last 3 Serie A games, failing to score in their last 2.

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Hellas Verona 0-2 Juventus

Verona have struggled since the turn of the year and they might continue to do so as well as keep their dreadful form against Juventus. However, while they might sense this could be the right time to face the Bianconeri, it could have the opposite effect, as Allegri will want an angry reaction from his players.


However, Juventus have enough firepower to bounce back from their recent impasse and get themselves back in the title race. That could come at the expense of Verona, who are struggling and could continue to fire blanks in the league.


Read more -> https://thehardtackle.com/round-up/2024/02/16/hellas-verona-vs-juventus-preview-and-prediction/

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Hellas Verona vs. Juventus match preview

Let’s see if the month of February can get a little better.


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No matter what the result of the second Derby d’Italia ended up being, the next few games after that massive rivalry matchup for Juventus were looked to be very favorable ones. They were not only against provincial sides, but also ones who were very much struggling and toward the bottom of the Serie A table. It was, in theory, a way to either keep pace with Inter or potentially change the scope of the Scudetto race. .............


Hellas Verona are very much in the same kind of rut that Udinese found themselves in entering Monday’s matchup in Turin. Hellas are 18th in the table and looking every bit of a threat to be relegated. They’ve won two games since the first day of September — which, when you do the math, is all of three weeks in the new Serie A season. Their two wins since September — which, for the record, have come over the last two months — have come against Italian heavyweights Cagliari (currently 19th) and Empoli (currently 16th), so it’s not like they’re pulling any sort of upset victories or anything like that. 


Translation: It’s basically the same thing we said last week against Udinese — the last thing Juventus need to see happen is to drop points against a provincial side that is both struggling and statistically one of the worst in the league. .............



  • This will be Allegri’s 406th appearance as Juventus manager, the second-highest total in the history of the club behind Giovanni Trapattoni.
  • Just as Danilo comes back into the squad following his one-game suspension due to yellow card accumulation, fellow Brazilian defender Bremer will miss the trip to Verona due to having to serve a one-game suspension after picking up a yellow in the loss to Udinese.
  • Dusan Vlahovic is back in the squad after missing the game against Udinese due to injury. .............
  • While Vlahovic is back in the traveling squad, Allegri said at his pre-match press conference he still has yet to decide who’s going to start in attack.
  • Allegri said that January signing Carlos Alcaraz is “working well” really like’s the Argeentine’s “desire to learn and his learning ability,” but felt like the loss to Udinese was not the right game for him. “I’m happy with what he is doing,” Allegri added.
  • Fellow January signing Tiago Djaló has yet to make his Juventus debut, but Allegri said that he “will be a useful player between now and the end of the season.”




Juventus v FC Internazionale - Serie A TIM


Yes, today we are going to spend a few hundred words as we talk about Daniele Rugani, a guy who is the odds-on favorite to step in for Bremer as the hulking Brazilian serves his one-game suspension this weekend. .............


This season, Rugani’s playing time has very much been limited; he’s played all of 661 minutes over 11 appearances (six starts) in Serie A. Throw in his Coppa Italia start against Salernitana last month and Rugani’s 12 appearances have gone like this: 10 wins, two draws and just for goals conceded. Of course, all of those clean sheets are not solely because of Rugani, but it is a sign that there’s no major dropoff between the defense when Rugani’s on the bench and in the lineup. .............


The good thing in all of this is that Rugani stepping in for Bremer is happening against Hellas Verona — one of the one of the lowest-scoring teams in Serie A — and not a few weeks from now against Napoli or Atalanta. So that part is good, and in theory Hellas aren’t going to be the massive task of slowing down without Bremer as other clubs in Serie A, big or small. .............



When: Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024.

Where: Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi, Verona, Italy.

Official kickoff time: 6 p.m. in Italy and the Central European time zone, 5 p.m. in the United Kingdom, 12 p.m. Eastern time, 9 a.m. Pacific time.


Read more -> https://www.blackwhitereadallover.com/2024/2/17/24071536/hellas-verona-juventus-2024-serie-a-matchday-25-preview-team-news-schedule-how-to-watch

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Hellas Verona - Juventus: pronostico, formazioni e dove vederla in TV e  streaming - 10/11/2022



Verona: Montipò; Tchatchoua, Magnani, Dawidowicz, Cabal; Duda, Dani Silva; Folorunsho, Suslov, Lazovic; Noslin


Juventus: Szczesny; Gatti, Rugani, Danilo; Cambiaso, McKennie, Locatelli, Rabiot, Kostic; Vlahovic, Yildiz


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Juventus slump continues at Verona as Bianconeri fail to win again

Goals and Highlights: Hellas Verona 2-2 Juventus in Serie A | 02/17/2024 -  VAVEL USA



Juventus dropped two more points in Serie A this evening during their visit to Hellas Verona, effectively putting an end to their aspirations of winning the league.


Max Allegri’s team was anticipated to start the game with intensity, intending to secure nothing less than a victory. However, it was Verona who surprised the Bianconeri by taking the lead just 11 minutes into the match.


With Juventus aiming to stay in the title race and Verona striving to maintain their top-flight status, both teams had the desire to secure a win. Despite equalising through a penalty after 28 minutes, Juve’s situation didn’t change significantly, as Verona remained resolute in their efforts to challenge the black and whites. .............


Despite fans’ hopes for Juventus to build on this and secure the next goal, even the introduction of Federico Chiesa and Carlos Alcaraz couldn’t secure a winning goal for Juve. As a result, the Bianconeri will return to Turin with just a point.


With Juventus now out of the title race, there’s a possibility of being overtaken by AC Milan if they win their upcoming game.


Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/juventus-slump-continues-at-verona-as-bianconeri-fail-to-win-again/

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Juventus 2 - Hellas Verona 2: Initial reaction and random observations

Another weekend in February in which dropped points are the overarching theme of the day.





Heading into the final weekend of January, I sat here and wrote about how Juventus had enjoyed quite the pleasantly surprising runs that we’ve seen from them of Max Allegri’s second stint in charge. They were winning, they were scoring goals galore and they were racking up shutouts and they were putting serious heat on league leaders Inter Milan so much that they were spending a short time actually atop the table.


All of three weeks and four games later, Juve haven’t just fallen out of the Scudetto race and essentially handed the title to Inter, but come crashing back down to earth in the kind of fashion that you really have no idea where this team is going all of the sudden.


The latest confirmation of that came Saturday evening at the Bentegodi in Verona, as Juve had to fight back twice from being a goal down to get a point against Hellas Verona in a 2-2 draw. Sure, they scored their first two goals in the month of February, but it was another stark reminder that things are not right and that struggling against another relegation battler means that Juventus’ season has gone from Scudetto push to simply trying to hold on for dear life as the distance between where they are and those outside of the top four suddenly becomes smaller and smaller. .............


That’s all of two points collected in four games. Three of those opponents are ones that are actively trying to avoid getting relegated to Serie B a few months from now. And yet, they didn’t beat any of them. Not a single one. That’s something they avoided from taking place for much of the first half of the 2023-24 season, but as great as the first four weeks of the new year was, the same can’t be said about this second month of 2024.


It’s tiresome. It’s been tiresome. It’s only getting more tiresome as we watch Juventus’ advantage over Milan in third place shrinking to the slimmest of margins and run the risk of fully going away 24 hours from now. These types of results happened under multiple managers, but only exaggerated under Allegri for the simple notion that he was supposed to be the agent that made things better when compared to a rookie manager like Andrea Pirlo. Instead, we’ve seen uninspiring performances and dropped points galore, with this current four-game run featuring three relegation battlers on the schedule and no wins recorded.


That is where Juventus are at right now. They have crashed so hard and so quickly that they are now struggling to even get a point against teams that are either in the relegation zone or just outside of it. .............


Juve had 18 shots and put all of four of them on target, with one of those being Dusan Vlahovic’s PK to tie things up a half hour in. Nearly half of those shots were blocked. Another six of those were off target. Against one of the worst defenses in Serie A, Juve barely challenged Montipo in goal.


That’s not going to cut it against a relegation battler or a contender for the top four. And the same old problems of years prior are now coming back into the spotlight because they’re dropping points in four straight games. January was fun, man. February is the complete opposite.


  • What are the odds Milan beat Monza and Juve’s in third place at the end of the weekend? I feel like it’s a pretty good chance of happening .............
  • Juventus, statistically, has one of the best defenses in the league. On Saturday, they allowed Hellas Verona to record one of their highest shot attempted totals this entire season. I get that Juve’s defense was without their best player because Bremer was suspended, but you just can’t let that happen. It’s almost a little surprising with how this game was played and how Juve’s defense was stretched that it finished at 2-2.
  • Going off that, Wojciech Szczesny made a season-high seven saves against Hellas Verona. I get that a lot of them weren’t exactly tough saves and a lot of those shots were right at him, but the simple fact that Szczesny was called into action so many times is the worrying part. .............
  • Chiesa constantly missing scoring chances that we all know he would bury if he was in better form makes me sad. This is not the Chiesa we know. Bring me back the Fred Church we all know and love. Juve need him so bad.
  • Juve finished with an xG of 1.68. Nearly half of that total was on Vlahovic’s PK. Not great, folks!
  • Adrien Rabiot with one of those classic showings where he was having a complete stinker and then he pops up and scores a goal. I was seriously texting a Juve friend about how bad he was playing right before Manuel Locatelli jumped on the loose ball and sent in the cross to Rabiot. Sometimes, these things just work out like that.
  • Kenan Yildiz had some good moments against Hellas Verona. He also had some not so great moments. Kinda what you expect from an 18-year-old kid who’s still getting his footing as a player who is being relied on as one of the few creative outlets on this team. He’ll get there because of his talent level, but there’s going to be some obvious growing pains along the way.
  • We got the chance to see Chiesa, Vlahovic and Yildiz all on the field together! It lasted all of about eight minutes. Hope you enjoyed it! .............
  • This team is clearly not mentally there right now. That Empoli draw was the major blow and the subsequent games after that were more body shots that they couldn’t afford to take.
  • It was nice for Carlos Alcaraz to get some good minutes in a game in which Juve’s midfield was struggling to create much. He had some nice combination and passes in the final third, most notably with Chiesa down the left channel. Consider me intrigued, Charly. .............

Read more -> https://www.blackwhitereadallover.com/2024/2/17/24075747/juventus-hellas-verona-2024-serie-a-matchday-25-final-score-result-initial-reaction-observations

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“We don’t exploit” Allegri laments Juventus draw against Verona

Weston McKennie and Tim Weah's title dreams are over! Adrien Rabiot admits  Juventus must settle for second place amid miserable Serie A run | Goal.com  United Arab Emirates



Max Allegri openly acknowledges that Juventus has undone much of the positive work achieved at the start of the Serie A season, particularly after their 2-2 draw against Hellas Verona this evening.


Entering the game to rejuvenate their season following a three-game winless streak, Juventus faced a formidable Verona side equally determined to secure a victory for their battle against relegation. .............


After the game, Allegri said:


“In this phase we are long, we don’t exploit situations in the open field and we allow several counterattacks. Even against Udinese, we had five chances and we didn’t score a goal. In football, you take a long time to build and a little to destroy, now we have had two draws in four games.” .............


Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/we-dont-exploit-allegri-laments-juventus-draw-against-verona/

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Italian media hand player ratings for Juventus: Gatti the worst vs Verona

Hellas Verona-Juve, i tifosi dell'Inter polemici sul web: 'Gatti andava  espulso'



On Saturday evening, Juventus extended their terrible abysmal run to four matches in a row with a 2-2 draw away to Hellas Verona. .............


In the ratings of the mainstream Italian news outlets, none of the Juventus players earned a high rating. Almost everyone received mediocre grades between 5 and 6/10.


Nevertheless, Federico Gatti earned the worst grades overall. .............



Tuttosport – Szczesny 6; Gatti 5, Rugani 6, Danilo 5,5, Cambiaso 6, Mckennie 5,5, Locatelli 5,5, Rabiot 6, Kostic 5,5, Yildiz 6, Vlahovic 6, Chiesa 5,5, Alcaraz 6, Alex Sandro 5, Allegri 5.


giornalaccio rosa dello Sport – Szczesny 5,5; Gatti 5, Rugani 5,5, Danilo 5,5, Cambiaso 6,5, Mckennie 6, Locatelli 5,5, Rabiot 6, Kostic 5, Yildiz 6, Vlahovic 6, Chiesa 6, Alcaraz 6, Alex Sandro 6, Allegri 5.


Corriere dello Sport – Szczesny 6,5; Gatti 5, Rugani 6, Danilo 5, Cambiaso 5,5, Mckennie 5,5, Locatelli 6, Rabiot 6, Kostic 5,5, Yildiz 5,5, Vlahovic 6, Chiesa 6, Alcaraz 6, Alex Sandro 6, Allegri 5,5.


Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/italian-media-hand-player-ratings-for-juventus-gatti-the-worst-vs-verona/

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Alex Sandro admits Juventus was thinking about winning the league

Juve, il suo tempo è scaduto: a fine anno nuova maglia | Farà le fortune  della rivale - JMania.it



Juventus defender Alex Sandro has confessed that the team had aspirations of winning the league before encountering a rough patch in recent weeks. The Bianconeri were performing strongly and in close contention with Inter Milan at the end of the previous year and the beginning of the current one. .............


“Inter? It’s obvious that the thought of the Scudetto was there. Since I’ve been a footballer I’ve always hoped to get the most out of a championship. Now we have to look at our home country, the others follow a different path.” .............


Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/alex-sandro-admits-juventus-was-thinking-about-winning-the-league/

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Juventus vs Frosinone: Preview

Voorspelling Juventus Frosinone Calcio Wedtip - Coppa Italia 11-01-2024



Juventus host Frosinone at the Allianz Stadium on Serie A Matchday 26, and they need to get back to winning ways as they lose further grip on leaders Inter.


The Bianconeri were held to a 2-2 draw by Hellas Verona in the previous round of action, and they have been winless for four matches. However, they remain in second place with 54 points after AC Milan lost to Monza, while Inter are nine points in front and have a game in hand.


Meanwhile, Frosinone are equal 14th with Udinese on 23 points, and they have lost their last three matches. The Canarini also have a few players on loan from Juventus such as Matias SouleEnzo Barrenechea, and Kaio JorgeSoule has arguably been the best player of the season for the Ciociari, but the other two will also have points to prove to La Vecchia Signora.


Juventus vs Frosinone: Predicted line-ups

Juventus will miss DaniloMoise Kean, and Mattia Perin due to injuries, but Mattia De Sciglio could return after a long layoff. Gleison Bremer will returning after serving a one-match ban, but Dusan Vlahovic could be suspended if he receives one yellow card. ............


Juventus predicted XI vs Frosinone (3-5-2): Szczesny; Gatti, Bremer, Rugani; Cambiaso, McKennie, Locatelli, Rabiot, Kostic; Yildiz, Vlahovic


Frosinone predicted XI vs Juventus (4-3-3): Turati; Lirola, Romagnoli, Okoli, Valeri; Gelli, Barrenechea, Mazzitelli; Soule, Cheddira, Harroui


Juventus vs Frosinone: When does the Serie A fixture start?

Kick-off in the Serie A Matchday 26 fixture of Juventus vs Frosinone is set for 12:30 CET, local time in Italy, on Sunday, February 25.


For viewers in the United Kingdom and Ireland, the game will start at 11:30 GMT. That is 06:30 ET / 03:30 PT in the United States. ............


Read more -> https://total-italianfootball.com/juventus-frosinone-preview-kick-off-time-where-to-watch-on-tv-online-serie-a-23-24/

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Journalist tips Allegri to make a significant formation change




Max Allegri has consistently expressed his faith in the 3-5-2 formation at Juventus, prompting some players to adapt to this tactical setup. Notably, Federico Chiesa faced challenges initially, being deployed out of position as one of the two attackers, whereas he prefers a wider role in a 4-3-3 formation. ............


Journalist Sergio Baldini anticipates that Allegri might eventually revert to the 4-3-3 formation, considering it the most suitable setup for some of the Juventus players.


Baldini said:


“Against Udinese the coach also brought in Iling Junior, moving the Turkish midfielder. However, Juve has switched to 4-3-3 which I believe could be the formation of the future, as some transfer targets such as Felipe Anderson, Zaccagni and Gudmundsson himself suggest. Allegri had said that he would not change the 3-5-2, but a tactical shock could help in this difficult moment. First of all, the team needs a reaction from a psychological point of view, but this could also involve changes, perhaps to regain the lost enthusiasm.” ............


Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/journalist-tips-allegri-to-make-a-significant-formation-change/

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Former Juventus midfielder says it would be a shame if they finish fourth

Massimo Mauro rivela: 'Juventus-Massimiliano Allegri, c'è già un accordo' |  ilbianconero.com



At the beginning of this season, Juventus set a clear target of finishing inside the top four. However, their strong performances throughout the campaign fueled hopes of contending for the league title. While Inter Milan has been the standout team, Juventus had a chance to compete closely. Unfortunately, in the last four games, the Bianconeri have failed to secure a victory, leading to a significant gap between them and Inter, bringing them closer to the fourth spot. ............


Former Juventus player Massimo Mauro expresses his reluctance to believe that Juventus will continue to struggle and finish in fourth position.


He said:


“The bad thing about Juve is that they had made the fans hope that they could stay alongside Inter for a long time. Instead, they have to watch their backs, because Atalanta has strength and enthusiasm. Allegri has always said they are aiming for fourth place, but at this point finishing fourth would be a shame.” ............


Read more -> https://www.juvefc.com/former-juventus-midfielder-says-it-would-be-a-shame-if-they-finish-fourth/

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