Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Juventus 33 28 3 2 67 23 +44 87
2 SSC Napoli 33 20 7 6 62 30 +32 67
3 Inter Milan 33 18 7 8 51 27 +24 61
4 Milan 33 15 11 7 47 31 +16 56
5 Atalanta 33 16 8 9 66 42 +24 56
6 Roma 33 15 10 8 58 46 +12 55
7 Torino 33 13 14 6 42 29 +13 53
8 Lazio 33 15 7 11 47 35 +12 52
9 Sampdoria 33 14 6 13 53 44 +9 48
10 Cagliari 33 10 10 13 32 44 -12 40
11 Fiorentina 33 8 16 9 47 41 +6 40
12 Sassuolo 33 8 14 11 47 52 -5 38
13 SPAL 33 10 8 15 34 47 -13 38
14 Parma 33 9 9 15 34 51 -17 36
15 Genoa 33 8 10 15 35 52 -17 34
16 Bologna 33 8 10 15 34 47 -13 34
17 Udinese 33 8 9 16 31 47 -16 33
18 Empoli 33 7 8 18 42 63 -21 29
19 Frosinone 33 5 8 20 26 60 -34 23
20 Chievo Verona 33 2 11 20 24 68 -44 14

Results

Monday, April 22, 2019
SSC Napoli 1 - 2 Atalanta
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Inter Milan 1 - 1 Roma
Juventus 2 - 1 Fiorentina
Bologna 3 - 0 Sampdoria
Lazio 1 - 2 Chievo Verona
Udinese 1 - 1 Sassuolo
Cagliari 1 - 0 Frosinone
Genoa 0 - 1 Torino
Empoli 2 - 4 SPAL
Parma 1 - 1 Milan
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Lazio 2 - 0 Udinese
Monday, April 15, 2019
Atalanta 0 - 0 Empoli
Sunday, April 14, 2019
Frosinone 1 - 3 Inter Milan
Chievo Verona 1 - 3 SSC Napoli
Fiorentina 0 - 0 Bologna
Sampdoria 2 - 0 Genoa
Sassuolo 0 - 0 Parma
Torino 1 - 1 Cagliari

Fixtures

Saturday, April 27, 2019
Bologna 3:00 PM Empoli
Roma 6:00 PM Cagliari
Inter Milan 8:30 PM Juventus
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Frosinone 12:30 PM SSC Napoli
Chievo Verona 3:00 PM Parma
SPAL 3:00 PM Genoa
Sampdoria 6:00 PM Lazio
Torino 8:30 PM Milan
Monday, April 29, 2019
Atalanta 7:00 PM Udinese
Fiorentina 9:00 PM Sassuolo
Friday, May 3, 2019
Juventus 8:30 PM Torino
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Chievo Verona 6:00 PM SPAL
Udinese 8:30 PM Inter Milan
Sunday, May 5, 2019
Empoli 12:30 PM Fiorentina
Parma 3:00 PM Sampdoria
Sassuolo 3:00 PM Frosinone
Lazio 3:00 PM Atalanta
Genoa 6:00 PM Roma
SSC Napoli 8:30 PM Cagliari
Monday, May 6, 2019
Milan 8:30 PM Bologna

juventus vs milan Tip Reason:

Juventus and AC Milan lock horns for the third time this season, but will the champions come out on top for the third time in a row? It’s a big clash between two Italian bosses who are at very different stages of their careers. With a fifth league title just six points away, Max Allegri could be off in the summer. Meanwhile, Gennaro Gattuso gave himself an ultimatum, telling the press he expects to be sacked if Milan miss out on the top four. Now the Rossoneri are searching for a first win at Juve since 2011; when Gattuso scored the only goal and Allegri sat in the away dugout. Juventus took a leap towards their eighth straight title. They won 2-0 at Cagliari in a game marred by racist abuse from the home fans, while Napoli lost to open the gap up to a massive 18 points. With a superior head to head record over the Partenopei, Juve are two wins away from the title. They could win the league this weekend if they see off AC Milan and Napoli lose at home to Genoa. While it’s unlikely, Juve are set to secure the league next weekend – sandwiched between their quarter-final meeting with Ajax in the Champions League. AC Milan are faltering in their top four bid. Last month they were on the up and up, but they stumbled in the derby. The Rossoneri have now lost two and drawn one of their last three games, while they’ve been dealt a blow with huge injury issues hanging over them ahead of this clash. They’ve lost goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, new signing Lucas Paqueta and Franck Kessie. With results slipping and Gattuso throwing himself into the firing line, the visitors make this tough trip with little going their way. It doesn’t help that Milan have an awful record against Juventus. The visitors have won only one of their last 12 Serie A meetings against Juventus, losing 11. The champions have won the last seven meetings between the pair, while the hosts have claimed 13 wins in 15 home matches this season. They’ve been brilliant against the top teams, winning 10 of 11 meetings with top half sides this term. After winning six of their last seven matches, Juve are generously priced for a victory here. The champions haven’t been relying on Cristiano Ronaldo in recent weeks, but new forward Moise Kean. The striker has scored in four straight games – including his first international goal – while he has the best min/goals ratio (one goal every 53 minutes played) among players with at least two goals scored in the Top-flight European Leagues this season. With form behind him and given that Allegri is eyeing rotation ahead of the Ajax clash, we can see Kean scoring here.

Juventus vs Milan Betting Prediction:

Juventus 2 1 Milan
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