Juventus will be looking for an elusive third consecutive win when they host Italy’s oldest football club at the Olimpico. TheHardTackle presents the match preview and other facts.
In 2011 Bologna's Serie A form has been better than Juventus', amazingly. Can the Bianconeri get back to form against Di Vaio's team ?
After a last gasp win over Lazio, Juventus travel to Verona to take on Chievo. Chievo has performed well against some of the big teams this season, beating Inter and holding Roma. Will they perform another giant killing act, or will Juve win 3 matches in a row ?
Lazio and Juventus are two teams which have done suprisingly well in Serie A till now. The clash between these two may decide which team will challenge Milan for the title. This match is undoubtedly the most important fixture of the next matchday.
Juventus havent lost a match in one and half months while Catania havent lost a home game in Serie A. Sparks will fly when these two teams cross swords in Sicily.
Juventus and Fiorentina share a bitter rivalry. On current form the Old Lady are favourites for this match, Fiorentina will look to get their first away win of the season.
Juventus travel to Genoa to take on the oldest football club in Italy. Here's everything you need to know before the kick-off.
One of the more bitter rivalries in Serie A resumes as AS Roma travel to Turin. TheHardTackle previews the big game...
The most successful Italian club in Europe takes on the most successful Italian club domestically. For a lot of fans, this is the biggest match in the Serie A calendar.
Bologna hasnt managed to beat Juventus in 2000s. Delneri's team would look to maintain that record in this match.