Serie A Week 28: Result JUVENTUS 1 – 0 SPEZIA, Sunday 6 March 2022 Anna Italia
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56% Ball Possession JUVENTUS and 44% Ball Possession SPEZIA
Juventus 1 – 0 Spezia
21′ Álvaro Morata
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Serie A Standing BEFORE the game:
Spezia, 16th position with 26 points and a negative goal difference of -21
Juventus, 4th position with 50 points and a positive goal difference of +16

Juventus with a sprint race to remain within the Champions League zone.  Juventus win the Serie A Week 28 game against Spezia on Sunday 6 March 2022 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy.  Juve wins the second match in a row and puts Atalanta and Roma at a safe distance, now six points away from Juve.    Fourth consecutive defeat, however, for Spezia, which remains at 26 points, the same as Sampdoria, while maintaining four points of advantage over the third-last Venice (which must recover a game).

Juventus have won in all three previous games against Spezia in Serie A, scoring at least three goals in each of these (10 goals scored and three conceded in total by the Piedmontese).

Juventus presented the MVP Award before the game to Dušan Vlahović during his first month with the Bianconeri after his transfer from Fiorentina.

Juventus opened the score in the 21st minute. The goal by Spanish forward Álvaro Morata defeated Spezia goalkeeper Ivan Provedel with a right-footed shot to the center. The assist is by Manuel Locatelli.


✅     Spezia have not yet found the goal in the two away games played so far in Piedmont in Serie A: 0-0 with Turin in January 2021 and a 3-0 defeat with Juventus in March 2021. Juventus have posted 13 useful results in a row in Serie A (8W, 5D), they have not reached 14 since December 2019 (the first 14 matches of the Sarri era in the league).  Three consecutive defeats for Spezia, who have never reached four knockouts in a row in their history in Serie A; the Ligurians lost in the last away match of the league and have not had at least two consecutive defeats away from home since December (six in that case).
Only Venezia (160) have suffered more shots on target than Spezia (156) in this Serie A, while only Torino (77, but with one game less) have suffered fewer than Juventus (81). Dusan Vlahovic is only the sixth player in Serie A history to collect at least two championships in a row with at least 20 goals scored before turning 23: the other five were Meazza, Borel, Altafini, Boniperti and Gilardino.

👉Lineup Juventus (4-4-2): Szczesny; Danilo, De Ligt, Rugani, Pellegrini; Cuadrado, Locatelli, Arthur, Rabiot; Vlahovic, Morata.

👉Lineup Spezia (4-3-3): Provedel; Ferrer, Erlic, Nikolaou, Reca; Agudelo, Bastoni, Maggiore; Gyasi, Manaj, Verde.

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🇮🇹 Referee Francesco Fourneau from the section of Roma1 will be assisted by Dario Cecconi from the section of Empoli and Domenico Rocca from the section of Catanzaro. The Fourth Official will be Gianpiero Mele from the section of Nola. The VAR will be Paolo Mazzoleni from the section of Bergamo and the AVAR will be Luigi Rossi from the section of Rovigo.

Juventus team arriving at the Allianz Stadiun

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Juventus 1 – 0 Spezia
Sunday 6 March 2022
Allianz Stadium
Turin, Italy


Assistants: CECCONI – ROCCA
Fourth Official: MIELE G.

Goals:  21′ Álvaro Morata (J)

Booked: 54′ Erlic (S), 57′ Vlahovic (J), 61′ Pellegrini (J), 67′ Bernardeschi (J) , 90+3′ Bourabi (S)

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

👉Lineup Juventus (4-4-2): Juventus: Szczesny; Danilo, Rugani, De Ligt, Pellegrini (63′ Bernardeschi); Locatelli, Arthur, Rabiot; Cuadrado, Vlahovic (85′ Kean), Morata.

Subs: Perin, Pinsoglio, Stramaccioni, Miretti, Akè, Soulé

Coach:  Massimiliano Allegri

👉Lineup Spezia (4-3-3): Provedel; Ferrer, Erlic, Nikolaou, Reca; Maggiore (76′ Bourabia), Bastoni, Agudelo; Gyasi, Manaj (76′ Kovalenko), Verde.

Subs: Zoet, Zovko, Hristov, Podgoreanu, Antiste, Sher, Nguiamba, Strelec, Bertola.

Coach: Thiago Motta.