Juventus will be aiming to consolidate their position at the top of the Serie A table this weekend when they travel to bottom of the table Cesena on Sunday afternoon, in a game Footybunker.com visitors can watch exclusively live with Bet365 (see below).
Continuing their unbeaten run in the league, Juventus have now won four games in succession, displaying a ruthless streak that could see them crowned Serie A Champions.
There have been spells in the season where Antonio Conte’s men have drawn far too many games, but this isn’t the case at the moment and it means they are now a point clear of AC Milan at the top of the table.
Juventus have of course been helped by Milan’s dip in form, but at the moment they are the team in possession of 1st place and they will not want to throw this away. They need to keep winning games, safe in the knowledge that the Serie A title race is in their own hands.
As for Cesena, they need the points for very different reasons. Going into this weekend, they are 15 points adrift at the bottom of the table with relegation almost assured.
They will want to fight until the very end though and as unlikely as it may seem, perhaps a shock victory against the league leaders could be the start of a winning run.
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In reality though, this is a very difficult game for Cesena and they are simply playing for pride. After 14 Serie A games without a win, their confidence isn’t exactly sky high at the moment either.
When these two teams met earlier in the season, it ended in a 2-0 victory for Juventus and there is no doubt that they are the favourites this time around. They are in fantastic form, they are in the driving seat to win the title and they will be focused on the job in hand.
This one gets underway at 2pm on Sunday afternoon.