It will be a historic occasion for many reasons. After playing host on 201 occasions to Juventus – coached by Antonio Conte and Massiliano Allegri – Sunday will be the first time the Women take to the field of Allianz Stadium.
Outside of the iconic arena in which the game will be played, this match will be a top-of-the-table clash in the log standings. Only one point separates the two power houses of Italian women’s football (Juventus on 47pts, Fiorentina 46pts), making the ‘Premiere’ a fantastic occasion to be watched.
The Bianconere come into the game fresh off the back of a 3-1 win over Pink Bari last weekend, with Bonansea, Aluko and Pedersen all getting on the scoresheet. Fiorentina, too, will arrive in Turin on Sunday buoyant by their 3-0 triumph over Hellas Verona Women on match day 18.
Here are five stats and facts about the potential title-decider: