Juventus Vs Torino: Serie A Match Report, Starting Lineups

Match Report: With a victory over Torino today at the Allianz Stadium, Juventus would be able to cut the gap to six points and secure a place in Europa. The club has been able to block out the outside noise and is now undefeated in their previous six games, despite the drama and uncertainties that are still there off the field while we wait for the outcome of Juventus' appeal of the 15-point penalty to be heard and determined. Juventus will want to make it seven in a row as it begins a significant stretch leading up to the first international break of 2023. Juventus might climb into seventh position in the Serie A standings with a victory over Torino, which may not have been considered likely before the match.It was just a few weeks ago that the points punishment was initially imposed. However Juve has been able to rapidly pass a number of clubs and go from 13th to ninth position with the potential for more owing to this little undefeated streak they've been on (and many of others missing points). The points punishment imposed last month, according to Juventus manager Max Allegri, is the kind of thing that may aid in the top-seven competition. Allegri stated, "We have achieved 47 points and we must attempt and stay in the top four, one of our ambitions at the start of the season, regardless of what happens off the pitch."


Juventus starting XI (3-5-1):  Szczesny, Danilo, Bremer, Alex Sandro, Cuadrado, Fagioli, Barrenechea, Rabiot, Kostic, Di Maria, and Vlahovic make up Juventus' starting Lineup (3-5-1) for the match. Juventus Pinsoglio, Perin, De Sciglio, Gatti, Bonucci, Rugani, Pogba, Paredes, Chiesa, Kean, SoulĂ©, and Iling-Junior make up Juventus' substitutes' bench.

Torino's starting lineup (3-4-2-1):  Ilinkovic-Savic; Djidji; Schuurs; Buongiorno; Singo, Linetty, Ilic; Rodriguez; Miranchuk; Karamoh; Sanabria.


  • According to Max Allegri during the pre-game news conference, Paul Pogba will be called up for the Derby della Mole. According to Allegri, Pogba will "play if necessary."
  • Federico Chiesa will rejoin the club for the Turin derby on Tuesday night, but it's unclear how fit he is for matches and how many minutes he can really play. Allegri noted that the Italian winger practised with the team on Sunday after "six so-so days."
  • Injuries have kept Fabio Miretti from working. On Sunday, Miretti participated in some of the team's training.
  • Injuries have kept Kaio Jorge from working.
  • Due to a collection of yellow cards, Manuel Locatelli has been suspended.
  • After coming off the bench against Nantes, Dusan Vlahovic will once again start. After Thursday night's victory, Allegri highlighted that Vlahovic had been experiencing fatigue following his first recovery from his protracted groyne injury. For this reason, Moise Kean was given the start against Nantes.
  • Due to his gradual development of match fitness and inability to participate right away, Allegri indicated that Leonardo Bonucci will remain in his position as an unofficial assistant coach.
  • Allegri took sure to emphasise that the team had recovered from the shock of the 15-point punishment imposed last month. Allegri stated, "No matter what happens off the field, we have gained 47 points."

Juventus Vs Torino: Serie A Match Report, Starting Lineups

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