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We have come to expect goals from Atalanta games over the past few years, but a rather strange run has seen three of their last four Serie A outings end in 0-0 draws. But, in rather typical Atalanta fashion, the other match saw them wallop Udinese 6-2.
And we could have ourselves another tight affair this weekend when an improving Juventus side come to town. Max Allegri’s side didn’t start the season particularly well but come into this one on an unbeaten twelve-match run.
Juve also had a decent 2021 against this weekend’s opponents, beating them twice in three games last year, so they will be confident that they can extend that run with a positive result in Bergamo.
This is a huge clash when it comes to who will qualify for next season’s Champions League and Juventus will be hoping that their big-game experience can stand them in good stead.
They picked up three precious points the last time they visited Atalanta in a 2-1 victory that saw goals for Dejan Kulusevski and Federico Chiesa. That said, Kulusevski left Juve for Tottenham in January, while Chiesa will sit this one out through injury.
But both players had been out of the first-team picture for a while, so there’s no real concerns about their absences here. As far as away form goes, The Old Lady is in pretty good nick, with just one defeat in their last ten. That run includes draws away at both Milan clubs, as well as victories at Roma and Lazio.
Atalanta aren’t in terrible form, losing just two of their last nine, but we feel like they’re here for the taking this time around. They should make light work of Cagliari prior to this one, but we have a sneaky feeling that the visitors might break hearts on the eve of Valentine’s Day.
With that in mind, we like a Juventus win at odds of 9/5 with Sportnation.
Some brilliant form in November had Atalanta feeling very confident about their chances of securing another top-four finish in Serie A.
But a disastrous defeat to Villarreal at the start of December saw them knocked out of the Champions League and they’ve struggled for consistency in the seven games since then, picking up three 0-0s along the way.
And their home form is threatening to derail their chances of qualifying for elite European football next season. La Dea have won just three of their ten home games so far this season, but an unbeaten away record this year has kept their top-four hopes alive and kicking.
Their home rap sheet includes defeats to Roma and AC Milan, while they also failed to register against Inter, so we think they may struggle to break down a resolute Juventus defence.
Josip Illicic remains the most notable absentee from the Atalanta squad, with the 34-year-old out of action while he focuses on his mental health.
You would’ve been forgiven for thinking that Juventus were going to struggle once again this season after they lost two of their opening three Serie A games.
But they’ve lost only two of the following 19 and are really starting to build up some momentum. Ironically enough, their only defeat in their last 13 games came against Atalanta, but in recent weeks in particular, they’ve shown both sides of their game.
We’ve seen their free-flowing attacking prowess in their 4-3 victory at Roma and also their defensive solidity in draws against both Napoli and AC Milan, in what was a fruitful start to 2022.
That said, there’s still work to do for the Bianconeri. They sit one point behind this weekend’s opponents in fifth place and have played an extra game too. In addition, they also have Champions League knockout football to think about, so there are plenty of plates to spin as they look build on solid foundations.
Dusan Vlahovic is surely in line for a start after signing from Fiorentina and the Serbian is in tremendous form, having already scored 25 goals for club and country this season.
Atalanta and Juventus have met 45 times and it’s no surprise that the visitors have the historic upper hand, with 30 victories, compared to just half a dozen for the hosts.
This game does tend to produce goals, though, with six of the last eight meetings seeing both teams score.
This clash will take place at Atalanta’s Gewiss Stadium, which is perhaps more commonly known to locals as the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia.
Despite the side’s recent prominence in Italian football it’s one of the smaller stadiums in the league, with a capacity of just 21,000.
Juventus are one of the form sides in Serie A at present, and with Atalanta still yet to really find their groove in the New Year, we fancy a bit of an upset here.
It’s worth approaching this one with caution, though, as the hosts can deliver bundles of goals when they’re in the mood, but with the visitors in good defensive form we think they can further frustrate this Atalanta side and take all three points back to Turin.