Juventus before the match

Juventus is fighting for silver at the end of the championship. The champion is already clear, Inter became it ahead of schedule, but silver and bronze still remain vacant. The current performance of the “black and whites” is absolutely unimpressive; in a period of 7 meetings there was only one victory, and then Fiorentina was defeated at home by a thin 1:0. It is worth paying attention to how poorly Juventus has been playing in foreign fields this season. Look over football predictions on Ratingbet.com online.

Cagliari, which has gained momentum, may well seriously fray the “black and white” nerves. Moreover, Juventus’ attacking game is very weak now, and in the previous two away matches, Massimiliano Allegri’s team did not even score. In the upcoming match there are no special prerequisites for the guests to confidently and easily add three points to their treasury. Apparently the representative of Turin is already too tired, and the team is not particularly strong enough for the end of the championship.

Evaluating Milan’s chances

Of course, the famous Milan, which must score at least a goal here, will do everything possible and impossible to achieve this. Naturally, they did not want to say goodbye so soon to the second most important European Cup, where the Rossoneri were recently listed among the main favorites. However, judging by the last meeting with Juve at San Siro, the Milanists now have significant problems with opening up someone else’s qualified and layered defense.

This can be clearly seen from the Devils’ previous games in the regular season, where they are an attacking nightmare for the middle peasants and outsiders. But in matches with status ones: Napoli 1:0, Lazio 1:0 and Atalanta 1:1 – Milan no longer managed to get hold of a scoring double!

Milan has a better squad and a more varied pattern of play. And he is also much more stable than the opponents. The Rossoneri are in second place in the Italian Championship standings. Juve is one place behind.

Nevertheless, there are a number of reasons to doubt that Stefano Pioli’s men will reach the semi-finals of the Europa League. In meetings with strong opponents, the red-blacks are constantly having serious problems this season. They finished third in the Champions League group stage only because Newcastle fell into a protracted crisis.


In the second half of the season, Milan looks very powerful both in terms of play and results; after Inter, the Rossoneri are objectively the second strongest team in Serie A, which is generally reflected in the table. Juve has improved lately, but Milan, which has not lost in any of the last four matches at the Olimpico, is quite capable of winning back and sending the match into extra time.