Juventus enter Sunday’s encounter against Carpi looking for a 25th victory in 26 league outings in what is also their very first match since claiming an historic fifth successive Scudetto title on Monday. Their 73 points claimed from the last 75 available represents an all-time record in Serie A.
Carpi, meanwhile, have won four of their last seven fixtures, as they have seemingly saved their best form of the season for the run-in. The 14 points gained since the start of March have helped to lift the Emilia Romagna-based outfit to 17th place, three points above Palermo in 18th, who occupy the final relegation spot.
Crucial to their survival bid has been the ability to beat the teams around them, most notably Frosinone and Hellas Verona in March. While they have yet to win against this season’s current top nine sides, they have managed draws with Milan (twice), Inter and Napoli.