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      23.11.2019 10:00 - in: Serie A S

      #InNumbers ⎮Atalanta – Juve

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      Ten need-to-know statistics going into today’s fixture between Atalanta – Juve

      BALANCE SHEET: The two teams have met 115 times in Serie A: The Bianconeri have claimed 64 successes to Atalanta’s 11. A total of 39 draws completes the picture.

      MOST VICTORIES VS ATALANTA: With those 64 victories, Juventus is the team that has claimed the most triumphs over the Bergamaschi in Serie A.

      UNBEATEN SINCE 2001: One has to go as far back as 2001 to find the Atalanta’s last victory over Juventus. Since then, the Bianconeri have taken 75 points out of a possible 87.

      SCORING ON THE ROAD: Juventus have found the back of the net in the last 20 successive away games to Atalanta in Serie A, the last time they failed to score was a 0-0 draw back in 1991.

      GASPERINI AT HOME TO JUVE: Since Gasperini’s arrival on the Juve bench, Atalanta has never lost a home game in Serie A to Juventus: all three games ending in 2-2 draws.

      ATALANTA’S FORM: The Nerazzurri have taken 22 points from the first 12 games in the league this season, this is their best start to a Serie A season.

      SUPER SATURDAY: Juventus have lost just one of their last 40 outings played on a Saturday (1-2 defeat away to Spal in April), claiming 32 wins and seven draws.

      BEST ATTACK: Atalanta boast the best attack in Serie A this season with 30 goals scored, 10 more than what Juventus have done this season.

      POSSESSION GAME: The Bianconeri have the highest possession average out of all the Serie A clubs this season: 58.7%. 

      PIPA VS ATALANTA: Gonzalo Higuain has scored in seven games against Atalanta, totaling nine goals overall against the Lombardian side.

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