Torino vs Juventus Preview and Prediction 2021

Torino vs Juventus Preview and Prediction 2021

Torino vs Juventus predictions ahead of Saturday’s Serie A showdown at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino. Torino will be looking to further dent Juventus’ fading Serie A title hopes when the two teams meet in Saturday’s Derby della Mole. Here are our free betting tips and predictions for the fixture.

Torino have collected the fewest home points in Serie A this season.

Juventus have kept just two clean-sheets in their last nine matches across all competitions.

The Old Lady are unbeaten in their last 13 meetings with Torino, winning 11 of those games.

Juve to bounce back in Turin derby

Juventus’ hopes of winning a 10th-successive Serie A title have faded following their shock home defeat to Benevento before the international break, a result that leaves them 10 points behind league leaders Inter Milan.

Prior to that loss Juventus had been in good form, winning four games on the spin, but there have still been concerns during that run, particularly defensively, as they have conceded in seven of their previous nine matches.

The Old Lady have also conceded in four of their last five games on the road and they are certainly not looking as defensively strong as they did earlier in the campaign.

Torino will head into Saturday’s match sitting just a point and place above the relegation zone following a run of three defeats in their last four.

Il Toro’s struggles have been largely caused by their poor form on home soil, as no side have collected fewer points on their own patch in Serie A this season.

Indeed, Davide Nicola’s side only managed to register their first home win of the campaign against Sassuolo in March and we are predicting normal service to resume on Saturday with Juventus claiming the spoils.

Juve are unbeaten in the last 13 meetings with their city rivals, winning 11 of those games, although Torino have netted in the previous two clashes, so we are predicting the away win to be accompanied by both teams scoring.

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