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Juventus vs Roma: Where to watch crunch Turin clash in 192 countries

February 5, 2021 By Michelle Bonsu
Just one point divides reigning champs Juventus and high-flying Roma ahead of the two sides' showdown in Turin.

Preview: Juventus vs Roma

Currently behind both AC Milan and Inter in the league standings, reigning Scudetto holders Juventus will need to get things right when Roma come to town on Saturday. The Bianconeri, who are chasing an unprecedented 10th straight Scudetto, have found this season's title race a lot more difficult than anticipated. Andrea Pirlo's side come into this match sitting in fourth place, and although they've lost just one of their last five Serie A games, they still have some ways to go to catch up to the Rossoneri and the Nerazzurri.

Juventus did get revenge on Inter for their 2-0 loss in the Derby d'Italia last month as they defeated Antonio Conte's side 2-1 in the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi-finals tie. Cristiano Ronaldo's brace was enough to overturn the deficit at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza and give La Vecchia Signora a huge advantage heading into the second leg next week. However, the 36-year-old hasn't had as much luck in front of goal when it comes to the league, and he'll be hoping to avoid matching an unwanted personal record on Saturday. If the multi-Ballon d'Or winner fails to score, it will be the first time in nearly four years that he's been unable to find the back of the net.

Meanwhile, Roma, who have been having a very strong campaign, will be hoping to maintain their grip on third and keep Juventus from moving ahead of them in the table. The Giallorossi suffered a rather embarrassing loss in the Coppa Italia to newly promoted Spezia, and had to work harder than expected to beat the same side 4-3 in the league. They've followed that up with a 3-1 victory over minnows Hellas Verona, which is certainly an improvement following their 3-0 defeat to Lazio in the Derby della Capitale.

However, the Lupi have yet to beat any of their fellow title contenders this season. So far, they've drawn Juventus, Milan, and Inter, and were crushed 4-0 by Napoli.That being said, they did win 3-1 at this same ground back in August in what turned out to be Maurizio Sarri's last league game. If they can win on Saturday, it will mark the first time Juventus have lost consecutive home matches against Roma in history.

This clash could also be historic for other reasons. Roma's signing of American starlet Bryan Reynolds makes him the eighth American to ever play in Serie A. Meanwhile, Weston McKennie made history by becoming the first American to sign for Juventus when he inked a one-year loan deal from Schalke at the start of this season. So, with Americans on opposite sides, there is a slight chance that perhaps fans could see two American players on the pitch at the same time in Serie A. In short, a unique "American derby" could be unveiled this weekend as both sides battle for third and to close the gap on the Milan duo.

Match facts: Juventus vs Roma

  • Juventus have lost just two of their last 38 Serie A home matches...
  • ...however, one of those defeats was as recent as December 2020 (3-0 to Fiorentina)
  • ....and one includes a 3-1 loss to Roma in August 2020
  • Overall,  Roma are unbeaten in their last two meetings with Juventus
  • Juventus will be hoping to avoid losing back to back home games against the Giallorossi

Team news: Juventus vs Roma

Juventus: The Bianconeri will have pretty much a full-strength squad. Only Rodrigo Bentancur and Paulo Dybala are out due to suspension and injury respectively.

Roma: Lorenzo Pellegrini is suspended for the visitors, while Paulo Fonesca will also have to make do without Niccolo Zainolo and Chris Smalling, who are still on the treatment table with knee and thigh injuries respectively. Finally, Edin Dzeko is likely to be benched due to some internal conflicts between the player and the club following his failed January transfer. 

Where to watch Juventus vs Roma live on February 6, 2021

Juventus vs Roma kick-off at 09:00 PST/12:00 EST/17:00 GMT/18:00 CET

USA: FuboTV, ESPN+, Fanatiz USA, Rai Italia Nord America

Italy: Sky Sport 251, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport Serie A, NOW TV

Australia: Kayo Sports, Rai Italia Australia, beIN SPORTS 2, beIN Sports Connect

Canada: TLN, Rai Italia Nord America

UK: Premier Sports 1, Premier Player HD, LiveScore App

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Juventus 2 - 0 Roma

February 6, 2021 12:00pmAllianz Stadium (Torino)

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