Our football match prediction:
After recording a come-from-behind win over Genoa at Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris on Matchday 2, Juventus rolled over Chievo (3-0) in their last league match and thanks to the triumph they retained top position in the Serie A standings. The title holders have been scoring goals for fun at the start of the season, but the likes of Napoli and Inter are breathing down their neck. Juve need to keep on winning if they are to defend their Scudetto and they are likely to adopt an attack-minded approach in Sunday’s football match against Sassuolo. Paulo Dybala looks unstoppable at the moment and the Argentine attacker, who scored his fifth goal of the season at the weekend, is likely to pose a big threat for the opposition defenders. Despite taking the lead in Sunday’s match against Atalanta, the Neroverdi eventually suffered a 2-1 loss to the Orobici in Bergamo and they are unlikely to upset the title holders this weekend.
Highlighted Player (Diego Falcinelli):
Diego Falcinelli is an Italian footballer who plays for Sassuolo as a striker. He joined the Neroverdi in 2009, but spent several seasons on loan at Foligno, Juve Stabia, Lanciano and Perugia. Falcinelli score 14 goals in 38 league appearances for Perugia and, as a result, Sasuolo chiefs wanted his back. The 186-cm-tall attacker returned to the club in 2015 and he scored two goals in 26 appearances for the Neroverdi in the 2015/2016 Serie A campaign. Falcinelli was born in Marsciano, Italy on 26 June, 1991 and he has yet to make his debut for the Italy national team. However, it has to be noted that he received a call-up to Italy U19 team. The left-footed striker, who is capable of playing as a winger as well, has a contract with Sassuolo which expires on 30 June, 2020. Falcinelli wears number nine on his shirt and he is represented by PB sports management.
Highlighted Team (Juventus):
Juventus are considered one of the greatest European football clubs. The Bianconeri (The White and Blacks) have won two Champions League trophies (1985, 1996) and they did well to clinch three UEFA Cup titles (1977, 1990, 1993). The Italian giants have won 32 Serie A trophies and it is well known that a number of star players were part of Juve in the past. The likes of Alessandro Del Piero, Zinedine Zidane, Michel Platini, Lilian Thuram, Filippo Inzaghi, Pavel Nedved and David Trezeguet all played for Juventus, whilst legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has yet to retire. Juve were stripped two domestic trophies during the “Calciopoli” scandal, but despite being relegated to Serie B, the club quickly brought glory days back to Turin. The Bianconeri used to play their home games at Stadio delle Alpi, but nowadays they welcome their rivals at Juventus Stadium. The capacity of the stadium is 41,475. La Vechhia Signora (The Old Lady) is yet another nickname of the club. Juve’s biggest rivals are Torino and the two local rivals take on each other in the Turin derby.