Live TV Info & Preview of Italian League Match, Juventus vs Parma: SOS Needs Absolute Points

Juventus vs Parma preview

Juventus vs Parma
Juventus vs Parma
Serie A - Round 32
Thursday, April 22 2021
12:15 midnight Indian time
Allianz Stadium

Match Finished

Juventus Won 3 - 1

Juventus XI:  
Buffon; Danilo, De Ligt, Bonucci, Alex Sandro; Cuadrado, Arthur, Bentancur, McKennie; Ronaldo, Dybala.
Parma XI: 
Colombi; Laurini, Bani, Osorio, Pezzella; Grassi, Brugman, Kurtic; Man, Pellè, Gervinho
Match Preview

 Juventus, the defending champion who is struggling, will host Parma, who is struggling to escape the relegation trap at Allianz Stadium in Week 32 of Serie A 2020/21, Thursday (22/4/2021).

Last weekend, Juventus and Parma both lost. Juventus lost 0-1 at Atalanta's home, while Parma was beaten by the hosts Cagliari in a fierce match that ended 4-3. Giuseppe Pezzella, Juraj Kucka, and Dennis Man's goals were not enough to give  I Crociati the results they were hoping for.

Last week, Juventus actually had the opportunity to cut the distance with leaders Inter Milan, because the  Nerazzurri drew 1-1 at Napoli headquarters. However, Juventus even lost three points.

Juventus (62 points) was also shifted by Atalanta (64 points), four points behind AC Milan (66), and 13 points adrift of Inter Milan (75). Meanwhile, Parma (20 points) are now ten points behind Torino, Fiorentina, and Benevento in positions 15, 16, and 17 (safe zone).

Parma's chances of surviving in Serie A are running low. However, mathematically with seven games remaining, Parma can still avoid relegation snares. It's just that, if you fall in Turin later, then the already slim chances will be even thinner.

At the first meeting of the season, on the 13th week, Juventus won 4-0 at home to Parma through goals from Dejan Kulusevski, Cristiano Ronaldo (2), and Alvaro Morata. At that time, Parma was still coached by Fabio Liverani, who was then sacked on January 7, 2021, and Parma then reappointed Roberto D'Aversa.

This time, Juventus will return to aim for victory. However, Parma doesn't seem like he will just give up.

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