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Football tips for today:Atalanta vs Juventus

atalanta vs Juventus

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Atalanta vs Juventus

Juventus to Win @2.37

Rarely do we see an Atalanta team that has not won in the last four matches, but those are the harsh realities. Recently, they lost 2-3 to Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia, and last weekend it turned into a 1-2 defeat to Cagliari. Atalanta, however, must feel a little cheated from the match picture last weekend, where they were dominant and came to sensible chances. The rounds before in Serie A they played 0-0 with Inter and Lazio. There is very little normal in their recent results and there are many indications that they are not handling the COVID-19 situation particularly well. In addition, the miss of Duvan Zapata is clearly huge, which is problematic as the skilled striker is expected out until the month of March. In addition, they will have to do without Juan Musso between the aluminum bars for the upcoming showdown. We just must not forget that it is also the same team that won 6-2 over Udinese a month ago and despite their poor period still occupy fifth place. They need a win this weekend so they can return to a place in the Champions League, but they are hitting Juventus in a difficult period. They must expect to be a part of the ball, just in case they should get in front. La Dea must be effective and focus on completing their attacks so that they can avoid dangerous counter-attacks against them – this is without a doubt their biggest challenge, and Juventus’ most dangerous weapon at the moment.

What should have been a convincing 2-0 win for Juventus could well have ended in a tie. Juventus have really taken control of the defensive, and therefore harvest their third clean sheet in a row in Serie A. However, it is a bit sad to see a club like Juventus lose so clearly on ball possession in their own cave when the opponent is called Verona. Allegri ball is probably only surpassed by Conte ball in dryness. It would take 63 minutes before they created a chance for an established attack (which in turn was triggered by a conversion). They seemed extremely sharp defensively, but it did not turn into much more than long balls and counter-attacks when something had to be created going forward. Both scores also came against the backdrop of cerebral hemorrhage from Verona’s backline, so it’s not because they seemed intimidating on the offensive account – effectively preserved – but not impressive. But these virtues are without a doubt a good approach in relation to the upcoming opponent, where Dusan Vlahovic and Alvaro Morata can become a mouthful for Atalanta’s back line. If they can stand compact in the center of the field with their 4-5-1 defensive starting point and keep the same efficiency on conversions, they have good opportunities. Massimiliano Allegri, however, faces an opponent he has not won over in the last four attempts as head coach, and with so much at stake this weekend, we can hope for a proper fight.