Juventus looks like a mini-hospital right now as a host of players are out with injuries. Cesena, who havent won a game since September will look to take advantage of this injury crisis.

The woeful form of Melo and Sissoko has often been one of the weakness of Juventus, in the past few seasons. This is not what the Old Lady's supporters have been used to as the position of defensive midfielder was one position that was always treasured in Turin.

In Part-2 of the series, TheHardTackle's Somnath Sengupta analyzes how Brazilian football became more defensive in the 90s and how the new tactics have led Brazil to a successful return to the pinnacle of the beautiful game, and concludes his observations with a comparison of Brazil's changing formation and tactics in different World Cups.

The Need To Re-Juve-nate!

Juventus' run this season could be described as a topsy-turvy ride. They had a decent enough start to the season, but subsequently, various injuries to key players and a rough patch in the mid season saw pressure take its toll on the Old lady. With Juventus being in a state of turmoil, TheHardTackle’s Dhawal Verma focuses on the club's need to rejuvenate.