As only the seventh season in which Juventus and Pescara are both in Serie A, the history books on this fixture are pretty thin.
While Juve have dominated their seven previous meetings in Turin with six wins and a draw, Pescara hold their own in the home games, having beaten the Bianconeri twice and forced a draw. Nonetheless, the Old Lady holds the slight edge with three away victories going into tomorrow’s match.
Despite the fact there have been few fixtures between the two teams, there’s been no shortage of striking scorelines along the way.
Just to give a couple of examples, in May 1993, the ‘Dolphins’ inflicted a 5-1 defeat on Giovanni Trapattoni’s Juve side, who would even take a second-minute lead through Fabrizio Ravanelli, before conceding a quintet of goals to the hosts. A certain Massimiliano Allegri also got on the scoresheet that afternoon from the penalty spot.