Juventus Atalanta Odds : Live Stream available as Conte Scudetto Serie A party gets underway

Newly crowned Serie A champions Juventus play host to Atalanta in their final game of the season, with Turin set for a party atmosphere, as punters look set for for a convincing Juve home win at 4/9 with Bet365, who are streaming all Serie A games this Sunday using their live stream service (see below).

Juventus secured the league title last weekend when they were 2-0 winners at Cagliari and second placed AC Milan were defeated by Inter Milan.

Antonio Conte’s side will not be wanting to take their foot of the gas though.

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They have remained unbeaten in the league all campaign and will be desperate to maintain that record this weekend.

Juventus have also won eight of their previous nine encounters in Italy’s top flight.

Conte will know that his team also have the Coppa Italia still to play for after this match, so will want his men to take some momentum into that as they look to do the domestic double.

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Mirko Vucinic is a striker in good goal scoring form at the moment with three goals in as many games, something he will be looking to build on this weekend.

As for Atalanta, they are a side with not much to play for in this final game, sitting comfortably in eleventh position.

However, a trip to the Juventus Arena will always be a massive game for any side in Italian football, so they will desperate to cause an upset.

Stefano Colantuono’s men have not enjoyed much success over recent weeks away from home, winning just one of their last eight on the road, making a result here all the more difficult.

Atalanta have enjoyed a decent campaign after being promoted last season though. Their main objective would have been survival, something which they have achieved relatively comfortably.

In the corresponding fixture back in January, Juventus ran out comfortable 2-0 winners, a result they would be more than happy with on Sunday.

With the home crowd set to enjoy watching their newly crowned Serie A Champions in action, it should be a decent game.

Kick off is on Sunday at 2pm.

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