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Juventus vs Bologna: Watch live online, on TV on April 19, 2014

Saturday April 19 2014,
Tags: Juventus, Bologna, Serie A, Live Scores, TV Schedules, Live Stream
The Bianconeri look to maintain their lead over Roma in the last league game before their Europa League clash with Benfica.

Preview: Hosts Juventus hope to move closer to another Scudetto against relegation-threatened Bologna

Although Juventus currently lead Roma by eight points, it is still not enough for La Vecchia Signora to take their foot off the gas in the Scudetto race. Any potential slip-up by the reigning title holders, coupled with a positive result for the Giallorossi and they could find themselves in a very uncomfortable position with just five league matches remaining.

And naturally, Bologna, who rests in an uncomfortable 17th place with just 28 points earned, will try to make the Bianconeri's task as hard as possible. The Rossoblu have had a torrid time this season, with their highest place--15th--coming back on matchday two. However, they have spent the vast majority of their domestic campaign either in the drop zone or uncomfortably hovering above it.

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LIVE streaming: Udinese vs Juventus on April 14, 2014 - Watch now

Monday April 14 2014,
Tags: Juventus, Udinese, Serie A, Live Scores, TV Schedules, Live Stream
After securing a spot in the Europa League semi-finals, Juventus now turn their attention back to league affairs against Udinese.

Preview: The Bianconeri resume their Scudetto challenge against the Zebrette

On Thursday, Juventus moved one step closer to the Europa League final in Turin by defeating Lyon 2-1 on the night, 3-1 on aggregate. Yet, while the score-line may look like a straightforward win for the side that has yet to lose a game at home, Bianconeri midfielder Claudio Marchisio admitted that his side were fortunate to have secured their position in the semi-finals.

"It wasn't easy. We started off well tonight, but then Lyon equalized and fortunately I was able to score a goal...but it was really lucky," the 28-year-old remarked to Mediaset following the game. Nonetheless, the team is still on course to lift two trophies in May, but will be keen on staying far ahead of second-placed Roma with a win later this evening.

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Benfica-Juventus, Sevilla-Valencia: Time, Date, Streaming – Europa League

The 2013/14 Europa League is getting really interesting with its semi-final ties. Note down where and when to watch the Benfica-Juventus and Sevilla-Valencia ties.

Sevilla vs Valencia and Benfica vs JuventusThere will be no all-Spanish final come May 14, 2014. However, Sevilla coach Unai Emery is content with Friday's results of the draw. Here is why:

“We think it is going to be a really attractive tie and one that will take a Spanish team through to the final, which is good for the national game.”

Likewise, Valencia defender Ricardo Costa was happy with the outcome of the Europa League semis draw. He said

“I wanted us to face Sevilla because we can beat them and get to the final, where I would like to meet Benfica.”

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LIVE streaming: Juventus vs Lyon on April 10, 2014 - Europa League match

Juventus holds a slight advantage thanks to Leonardo Bonucci's goal in France, but will have to be wary of a determined Lyon side.

Preview: La Vecchia Signora take on Les Gones in what should be a closely-contested second leg

Following PSG's exit from the Champions League at the hands of Chelsea, Remi Garde's men find themselves in an interesting similar position to the side they will be facing in Turin. Both Juventus and Lyon are now Serie A and Ligue 1's sole representatives remaining in any kind of continental competition this season, and each squad has their respective reasons for trying to make it into the final four.

For the Bianconeri, who were consigned to the Europa League after failing to get out of their group stage campaign, they will be keen to make it to the final in May as it's being held at their home ground. As for Lyon, their 5th-placed standing puts them four behind Saint-Etienne and the last continental football berth, so naturally, they will look to overturn the deficit and take one step closer to winning their first European title since claiming the now-defunct Intertoto Cup back in 1997.

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Juventus vs Livorno: Watch in live streaming on April 7, 2014

On paper, it appears that it will be an uphill battle for relegation candidates Livorno against Serie A's leader Juventus.

Preview: League leaders look to get back to winning ways against the relegation candidates

Juventus has nearly triple the total points of their opponents, with their haul of 81 giving them a 56 point lead over struggling side Livorno. Hence, this should be an easy way for Antonio Conte's men re-establish a comfortable margin over Roma after their 22-match streak was snapped by Napoli this past weekend.

Suffice it to say, history is not on Livorno's side. The Amaranto are currently in 18th place with a dismal 25 points earned from 31 games, and one would have to go back to a time well before many Serie A fans--or even their parents--were born to find out when they were able to defeat the Bianconeri. In fact, they have only won four times against Juventus, with just one in Turin, and the last time they were able to emerge victorious against La Vecchia Signoria was in 1942, the same year in which they earned their best ever result in Italian football--a second place finish behind Torino. 

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Olympique Lyonnais vs Juventus: Watch Europa League clash on April 3, 2014

Both Lyon and Juventus are looking to get back to winning ways after each side suffered losses over the weekend.

Preview: Les Gones take on La Vecchia Signoria as they hope to keep European football hopes alive

Lyon currently sit in fifth place in Ligue 1, six points away from a Europa League spot and nine from third-placed Lille and a Champions League berth, whilst Juventus have already secured European football as the Serie A leaders. However, both sides are coming into the match after losing their respective league matches this weekend and will be keen to put those negative results behind them.

Bianconeri midfielder Claudio Marchisio offered his thoughts on his team's 2-0 defeat to Napoli and slammed reports that the team is now in crisis whilst stating his opinion on their French opponents.

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LIVE streaming: Napoli vs Juventus - Watch top match on March 30, 2014

Sunday March 30 2014,
Tags: Napoli, Juventus, Serie A, Live Scores, Live Stream, TV Schedules
With just eight matches remaining, Napoli will have to step it up if they want to secure automatic Champions League football next season.

Preview: Partenopei look to close gap on second-placed Roma against the runaway Serie A leaders

On Wednesday, a double from Carlos Tevez was enough to give the Bianconeri yet another three points and set a new Serie A record of 15 straight home wins in one season. The victory also ended Parma's 17-match unbeaten run and moved the Bianconeri to a comfortable14-point lead with eight matches remaining.

With Antonio Conte's men comfortably cruising towards a third successive Scudetto, the focus for the other teams is to secure second place and automatic Champions League football next season. Whilst Roma presently occupies that spot, with 67 points and a game in hand, Napoli will be keen on closing that six point difference.

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LIVE streaming: Fiorentina vs Juventus - March 20, 2014 Europa League match

The Viola and the Bianconeri go head to head for the third time in ten days. With a slim advantage, can Vincenzo Montella's men defeat the Turin side again?

Preview: Viola will be hoping to get the best of the Bianconeri in their third consecutive meeting

Only one side in Serie A has defeated Juventus all season--Fiorentina--back on mach day eight on 20th October. And this feat was accomplished at the Stadio Artemio Franchi, something that will be on the back of the players' minds as they attempt to keep their European campaign alive against a side that will be keen to knock them out of the competition once and for all.

Of course, heading into the match, Juventus coach Antonio Conte attempted to diffuse any pressure on the league leaders, noting that, "there's no pressure on us to win the Europa League because our real place is in the Champions League." But with the final set to be in Turin this May, obviously the reigning Scudetto champions would very much like to be one of those sides contesting the trophy in front of their own fans.

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Genoa vs Juventus live streaming on March 16, 2014: Where to watch

Sunday March 16 2014,
Tags: Genoa, Serie A, Juventus, Live Scores, TV Schedules, Live Stream
The Grifone are full of confidence, having watched the Bianconeri being held to a draw in their Europa League clash with Fiorentina earlier this week.

Preview: The Grifone look to cause the Bianconeri problems at their home stadium

Although flying high in Serie A, Juventus's European ambitions hit yet another snag as they were held to a 1-1 draw with Fiorentina on Thursday evening. With the Scudetto pretty much already wrapped up, they head to Genoa to take on a potentially tricky opponent as the Grifone have lost just one in ten of their home fixtures.

And despite the fact that the Bianconeri hold a 37-point advantage, more than the 35 points Gian Piero Gasperini's men have accumulated this season, the hosts are still hopeful to cause an upset in front of their own fans.

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LIVE streaming: Juventus vs Fiorentina - Watch Europa League Last 16 match

Juventus will be keen to maintain their unbeaten record at home as they take on the Viola for the second time in a week.

Preview: Bianconeri keen to take one step closer to final against familiar Viola opponents

1-1. No, that was not the scoreline following the Juventus-Fiorentina game this past Sunday, which finished as a 1-0 victory in favour of the Bianconeri thanks to Kwadwo Asamoah's late first half strike. Rather, it reflects how the two sides have done in terms of head-to-head competitions so far this season, with Fiorentina having the honour of being the only side to defeat Antonio Conte's men earlier this year.

Now, the two will face off for the second time in a three-part rumble that started last weekend and will end the following Thursday, but unlike the league in which Juventus might as well already be given the Scudetto--so insurmountable is their lead at the top--the Europa League is a whole new affair. Of course, having been dumped out of the Champions League and with the final set to be played in Turin this May, La Vecchia Signora would be loathe to not be one of those teams on the pitch.

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Juventus vs Fiorentina live streaming: Watch early game on March 9, 2014

The Bianconeri will be keen to exact revenge on the side that handed them their sole loss in league play so far this season.

Preview: Bianconeri keen to wrap up Scudetto race against a potentially tricky opponent

Juventus and Fiorentina have a long and contentious history dating back to the 1981-1982 season when the Viola saw a second half goal discounted against Cagliari, forcing them to have to settle for a 0-0 stalemate. Meanwhile, the Bianconeri went on to win their clash with Catanzaro thanks to Liam Brady's second half penalty and their 20th league title as a result.

Anyway, history lesson aside, the last time these two sides met was certainly a day that Fiorentina's tifosi will remember for a long time. Not only was it the first defeat Juventus had suffered all season but also it was the first time that La Vecchia Signoria had conceded four goals in one match under Antonio Conte's reign.

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LIVE streaming: AC Milan vs Juventus - Watch Kaka and co. on March 2

AC Milan has struggled this season, but a visit from Juventus could motivate them to turn their season around. beIN Sports USA will bring you live action of this meeting between two Serie A giants.

Preview: Milan look to pull off a big upset at the San Siro

AC Milan and Juventus are two of the most historic clubs in Italy. Apart from all of that history, both sides are currently heading in two very different directions.

Juventus are the reigning Serie A champions, and they look destined to win the title again. Antonio Conte’s side has an eight-point lead over AS Roma, but with 13 matches remaining, the visitors will not want to drop points at the San Siro.

Ricardo Montolivo believes that his side has what it takes to embarrass the league leaders, as they did in November of 2012.

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LIVE streaming: Trabzonspor vs Juventus - Watch Turkey get set on fire

Juventus make a trip to Trabzon for the second leg of the Europa last 32 tie against Trabzonspor at the Hüseyin Avni Aker Stadium.

Preview: Bianconeri poised to make it to the last 16 of the Europa League

After an embarrassing performance in the Champions League which saw them getting knocked out in the first round of the competition, the Old Lady will be hoping to make the most out of their participation in Europe’s second tier club competition.

The Italian league leaders will head into the second leg with a two goal advantage after goals from Pablo Osvaldo and Paul Pogba gave the Turin side a 2-0 win in the first leg.

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Europa League LIVE streaming: Juventus vs Trabzonspor - Feb 20, 2014

Serie A league leaders Juventus take on Turkish side Trabzonspor in a Europa League encounter on Thursday, the 20th of February.

Preview: Juve eyeing a strong performance after Champions League humiliation

The Bianconeri were sent packing from the Champions League after finishing behind Real Madrid and Galatasaray in the group stages and now find themselves competing in Europe’s second tier competition.

Even though Antonio Conte’s men have been the best side in Italy by a margin, currently leading second placed AS Roma by nine points, their performances in Champions League were weak and uninspiring which resulted in their eventual knockout.

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LIVE streaming: Juventus vs Inter - Watch Feb 2, 2014 Serie A match

Walter Mazzari’s side play the Italian champions at the Juventus Stadium in the first Derby d’Italia of the year this Sunday.

Preview: Mazzarri keen to have a say in the Scudetto race

Internazionale’s chances of once again being champions of Italy might be the same as Stevenage’s chances of qualifying for Europe for next season but that does not mean that the Nerazzuri will not be having some say as to who wins this year’s Scudetto.

Although they have improved quite a lot under Walter Mazzarri, Inter are still far from a side in a position to fight for a top three place let alone mount a serious title assault.

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Cash Kings: What Man City, PSG, Bayern, Juventus, and Real Madrid have spent to conquer Europe

Wednesday January 29 2014,
Tags: Premier League, Serie A, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1
A look at teams across the continent reveals some interesting connections about money spent and their current standing in their respective leagues.

"To win the Champions League, you need a budget of at least €300 million", Bayern Munich legendary goalkeeper Oliver Kahn stated to German publication Kicker when asked his opinion on what it takes for a side to lift European continental football's highest trophy.

He then went on to add that it was thanks to their lavish spending that saw Chelsea lift the trophy in 2012, the first in the club's history but conceded that "it doesn't make them any different than Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona, or Bayern Munich".

Still, no one can dispute that since Chelsea's July 2003 takeover by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich that the Blues have not enjoyed an upswing in success, notably winning the league title three times (their first since the the 1954-1955 campaign).

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Serie A: Lazio vs Juventus live streaming - Watch on January 25, 2014

Saturday January 25 2014,
Tags: Live Stream, TV Schedules, Live Scores, Lazio, Juventus, Serie A
Juventus will be hoping to maintain the distance between themselves and Roma, when they face Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico.

Preview: Champions looking to respond after midweek defeat

The Old Lady suffered a 1-0 loss at the same stadium when Roma played host to Juventus in a Coppa Italia tie. A solitary goal from former Arsenal forward Gervinho subjected the bianconeri  to only their second domestic defeat of the season.

Last time Antonio Conte’s men lost to an Italian side, they embarked on a 12 match unbeaten run and Juve will now return to “the Eternal City” hoping to bounce back from the defeat and in the process record their 13th straight win in the Serie A.

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LIVE streaming: Roma vs Juventus on Jan 21, 2014 - Coppa Italia

Both these sides lead the Serie A, with Juventus having an eight point lead. They now go head to head in the Coppa Italia, and you can watch all the action live on beIN Sports Play.

Roma vs Juventus - January 21, 2014Preview: A mouthwatering match, worthy of a final

When you think of AS Roma taking on Juventus in the Coppa Italia, you would more than likely think it was a final. But unfortunately, one of these two sides will go out of the competition on Tuesday night at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. 

Rudi Garcia's side got through to the quaterfinals after they defeated Sampdoria just a week ago. An early goal from Torosidis was enough to see Roma through to the next round, where they will face a Juventus side that handed them their only defeat in Serie A this season.

Juventus had an easier path into the next round, as they brushed aside Avelino in the Round of 16. Three first half goals from Giovinco, Caceres and Quagliarella were enough to see off the the Serie B outfit.

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Juventus vs Sampdoria live streaming: Watch on January 18, 2014

Saturday January 18 2014,
Tags: Live Stream, TV Schedules, Live Scores, Sampdoria, Juventus, Serie A
League leaders Juventus will play host to Sampdoria in a Serie A encounter on Saturday the 18th of January at the Juventus Stadium.

Preview: Hosts looking for sixth consecutive win in all competitions

The bianconeri have been on a red hot streak having won all of their last five matches in all competitions. Following their European heartbreak which saw the Old Lady getting knocked out of the competition at the expense of Turkish side Galatasaray, Juventus have picked themselves up in exemplary manner and look destined to clinch their 30th league title by the end of the season.

Despite the fact that Juve have made it look rather easy with the comfortable eight point lead they hold over second placed AS Roma, summer signing Carlos Tevez has praised the competitiveness of the Italian league and has labelled it as the ‘toughest’ league in the world.

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Juventus vs Roma: Six things we learned from the title defining match

Tuesday January 7 2014,
Tags: Juventus, Roma, Serie A
After beating Roma 3-0 last night, Juventus have taught everyone a few lessons while Roma have learned a few things as well.

Juventus stronger than ever

Who so ever thought that Roma would be matching Juve blow for blow in the race for this season’s Scudetto will definitely have to reassess their stance after the events that transpired last night at the Juventus Stadium. When the biggest Scudetto challenge ends up with a 3-0 win for Juventus, it simply means that at present, there is not team in the country that can overcome Antonio Conte’s side that has been assembled to dominate Italian football for a few more years at least.

In the game against Roma, the Old Lady got her tactics right, was smarter and every member of the starting XI was aware of their responsibilities.

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