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Parma vs Juventus, Serie A – Preview, Prediction, Head to Head, Key Stats, Lineups and Live Stream

Parma is welcoming last season’s champions Juventus in the opening match of Serie A at Stadio Ennio Tardini on Saturday. In contrast to the majority of Europe’s top leagues, Italy’s Serie A is yet to get in progress as we anticipate champions Juventus getting kicking it off when they face an excursion to Parma on Saturday evening.

The current league holders have had an eventful summer, encountering a change of management with Maurizio Sarri joining from Chelsea as well as being at the heart of a portion of the summer’s maddest transfer sagas.

Subsequent to being connected with pretty much every top European side, Matthijs de Ligt lastly decided to join the Turin club while Paulo Dybala looked set to join either Manchester United or Tottenham Hotspur, however, is presently apparently staying where he is.

After this dramatization, Sarri will trust his side are absolutely prepared for the beginning of the new season as they hope to get from where they left off.

Parma vs Juventus Team News

Parma

Parma was a decent surprise toward the start of the last season, yet as the season progressed, Parma’s consistency and form dimmed and they completed the season on 14th place with 41 points, 41 scored goals and 61 surrendered goals. In the preseason period, Parma played just 4 matches from which they won 2, lost 1, while 1 game finished in a draw.

Parma has a strong team with the capability of being a few spots higher on the standings than last season yet it will be difficult to repeat a year ago and that is the reason the only goal for Parma is to remain in Serie A.

Parma’s best player is Gervinho, previous Arsenal and Roma star who scored 11 goals last season for Parma and was a key player for Parma’s great begin last season. Adurante is the only harmed player in Parma’s list so coach Roberto D’Aversa will have his best players prepared for this match. Parma is playing quick and exciting soccer with the greater part of the plays experiencing their wingers who are then intersection the ball into the 18-yard box. Parma is a hazardous team and it may require some time for them to get a decent form, and down the stretch, Parma will be a team to look for.

Juventus

Juventus is the best team in Italy and perhaps the best teams in Europe who have won Serie A 7 times in a row with nobody approaching them. Juventus has brought some eminent and experienced players like Danilo, Romero, Demiral, Rabiot and Ramsey and a standout amongst other youthful players in the world, Matthijs De Ligt which is an indication that Juventus is betting everything on winning the Champions League with a strong and experienced team.

Juventus additionally signed probably the best coaches this summer, Maurizio Sarri who is relied upon to make Juventus that additional step in Champions League. Juventus now has a great team led by Cristiano Ronaldo and youthful superstar De Ligt who will show signs of improvement playing close by Bonucci and Chiellini. The destiny of Higuain, Madzukic and Dybala is as yet unknown and they may all leave the club before the transfer window closes.

Juventus is playing tolerant soccer with control on the defensive end and in the midfield and with the accurate switch of the sides which gives Ronaldo a ton of freedom and an opportunity to position himself in the box for crosses from either side.

Juventus hasn’t done excessively well in the preseason matches and has lost 2 out of 3 games with yielding at least 1 goal in those matches. There are no remarkable injuries in Juventus so the majority of their best players are prepared and will be on coach Sarri’s transfer. One more thing worth referencing is that Sarri will net be on the bench for the next 10 days in light of pneumonia which could be a potential issue for Juventus during the game.

Parma vs Juventus Head to Head (h2h)

​Juventus haven’t customarily consistently been the prevailing force of Italian football, with Inter and AC Milan additionally getting a charge out of a lot of accomplishment since forever.

In any case, ​Juventus have consistently been a strong side in any case so it’s not really amazing that they’ve had the better of this fixture winning 31 and losing only 13 of the 62 fixtures.

This trend has proceeded into recent times with Saturday’s guests last losing this experience route, harking back to the 2010/11 season, having since claimed triumph seven times and drawn three, one of which came during the last campaign.

Parma vs Juventus Key Stats

  • Parma have failed to beat Juventus in nine of their last 10 meetings in Serie A (D3 L6). The only achievement came in April 2015, with La Crociati winning by a singular goal.
  • Juventus are without a success in every one of their last five Serie A games (D3 L2) – their most exceedingly awful run in the top-flight since 2010.
  • Parma have drawn in 60 percent of their opening day fixtures in Serie A (15/25) – a record for sides at present in the Italian top-flight.
  • Juventus have won every one of the three of their season-opening Serie A games against Parma (1990-91, 2011-12 and 2012-13).
  • Juventus are the side with the most successes (56) and the most goals (190) on the opening day of a Serie A season.

Parma vs Juventus Predicted Lineups

Parma

Predicted lineup: Sepe; Laurini, Iacoponi, Bruno Alves, Gagliolo; Kucka, Hernani, Barilla; Karamoh, Inglese, Gervinho

Unavailable: –

Doubtful: Kucka (Injured)

Juventus

Predicted lineup: Szczesny; De Sciglio, De Ligt, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Ramsey, Pjanic, Rabiot; Bernardeschi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Dybala

Unavailable: Perin (Injured), Pjaca (Injured)

Doubtful: –

Here is everything about when and where to watch Parma vs Juventus kick-off:

When is Parma vs Juventus Kick-Off?
Saturday 24 August​

​What Time is Parma vs Juventus Kick-Off?
5:00 pm (BST)/ 12 pm (ET)

​Where is Parma vs Juventus Played? ​
Parma Store Stadium

​Parma vs Juventus TV Channel/Live Stream
Premier Sports, ESPN+

Parma vs Juventus Match Prediction

Champions Juventus get their Serie A campaign going at Parma after an underwhelming pre-season for new boss Maurizio Sarri. Juventus have opened their last three campaigns with triumphs however and the huge summer spenders should get each of the three points at Parma.

While neither one of the sides is in the best of form, if pre-season is anything to go by, Juventus are continually going to be top picks for this one and will hope to get their first three points of the season.

Sarri’s men ought to have decidedly a lot of firepower going ahead whether he’s there to lead his forwards or not.

With the likes of ​CR7 and ​Dybala anxious to get their personal scoring in progress and the most encouraging youthful center-back in the world defending the net at the other end, ​Bianconeri shouldn’t confront such a large number of issues against far weaker opposition.

Juventus did not have the best of pre-season campaigns. Add to it the way that they failed to win any of their last five games last season, combined with Maurizio Sarri’s nonattendance from the touchline on Saturday, and the Serie A champions don’t look in the best of shapes for the new season.

Be that as it may, the purposeful Paulo Dybala may have a point or two to demonstrate against Parma, while Cristiano Ronaldo will consistently be a danger. Concerning the hosts, the danger of Gervinho should keep them in the fray in the early exchanges. In any case, Juventus have enough strength to fight off the challenge of Parma.

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