Juve vs Sampdoria: Match preview
Juventus have won eight of their last 10 league games against Sampdoria, having before that only achieved one success in their previous 10. Juventus have won 58 of 120 matches in total against Sampdoria in Serie A, with 37 draws and 25 Samp wins to complete the balance.
In the last eight games against Juventus, Sampdoria alternated between one match with at least one goal and without scoring a goal, in the encounter the Blucerchiati lost 3-0.
Juventus have won their last three home games against Sampdoria in Serie A. The last time the Bianconeri have recorded a longer series of home wins against the Blucerchiati was in 1968 (five).
Juventus have conceded only one goal in the last six games taking place at 12:30 CET in Serie A, gaining 18 points. Sampdoria instead lost 5-0 in their last 12:30 kick-off in March against Inter.
With victory tomorrow Juventus would set the record points achieved after so many matches in Serie A, currently held by the Bianconeri's 52 points in 2005/06 and 2013/14.
Juve haven't conceded more than one goal in a Serie A home game since October 2017. Since then in 23 home games, they have conceded just 10 goals overall, whilst winning 20 times, drawing twice and losing just once.
Juventus have won 31 of the last 33 points available at home in the league, thanks to 10 wins and a draw.
The last three Juventus home goals have been scored by Mario Mandzukic: two of these headers from a cross.
Paulo Dybala has scored six goals against Sampdoria in Serie A, including his first double in November 2012. Only against Lazio and Udinese (seven) has La Joya scored more
Giorgio Chiellini has scored most of his goals against Sampdoria (four).
The first match in Serie A with both a goal and an assist from Miralem Pjanic was against Sampdoria on 26/10/2016.
COACH VS COACH
Massimiliano Allegri has won seven out 11 games against Marco Giampaolo in Serie A, with one draw and three defeats.
Juventus is the team against which Marco Giampaolo has lost most of his matches in Serie A: 12 losses and just one victory for the current Samp coach.
10 wins, five draws and two defeats is Massimiliano Allegri's record in Serie A against Sampdoria.