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Juventus are second in the league table, seven points adrift of the league leaders ahead of the visit of Udinese on Monday. They cannot afford to keep dropping points if they want to stay in the title race.

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This is a must-win contest for the Bianconeri, and it remains to be seen whether the home side can step up and grind out a positive result. They have an excellent head-to-head record against Monday’s opposition, and the home fans will be expecting a strong reaction from the players. Udinese are 17th in the league table, and they will be desperate to preserve their status as a top-flight club next season. They will need to start grinding out points if they want to beat the drop this season. The visitors are winless in their last five matches in the league, and they will be desperate to bounce back strongly. The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the encounter ahead of the latest meeting between the two sides. Team News & Tactics Juventus The home team will be without the services of Mattia De Sciglio and Mattia Perin because of their respective knee injuries. Meanwhile, Paul Pogba, Danilo and Nicolo Fagioli are suspended. Juventus will shape up in their usual 3-5-2 formation, with Wojciech Szczesny in goal. In the back three, Federico Gatti will start alongside Gleison Bremer and Alex Sandro. Andrea Cambiaso and Filip Kostic will start in the wing-back positions, and they will look provide cover to the defensive unit and help out in the attack. In the middle of the park, Weston McKennie and Manuel Locatelli will look to add defensive cover and drive to the side. Adrien Rabiot will start alongside them, and he will look to control the tempo of the game and recycle possession. Finally, Arkadiusz Milik will lead the line for Juventus along with Federico Chiesa. Udinese The visitors are without the services of Enzo Ebosse (knee), Gerard Deulofeu (knee), and Jaka Bijol (ankle) because of their respective injuries. In addition, Roberto Pereyra is suspended for Udinese. The away side will shape up in a 3-5-1-1 formation, with Maduka Okoye in goal. In the back three, Nehuen Perez will start alongside Lautaro Giannetti and Thomas Kristensen. Walace will start as the defensive midfielder here, and he will look to protect the back three and break up opposition attacks. Kingsley Ehizibue and Jordan Zemura will start as the wing-backs. They will look to provide defensive cover to the side and help out during counter-attacks. Sandi Lovric and Lazar Samardzic will add creativity and control in the middle of the park. Florian Thauvin will start as the attacking midfielder here, and he will look to link up with the striker and create goalscoring opportunities. Finally, Lorenzo Lucca will lead the line for Udinese against Juventus. The 26-year-old Italian international produced an impressive performance against Sassuolo recently, and he will look to continue his impressive run off form this season. Those displays have helped him attract attention of top clubs, including Liverpool. The attacker has six goals and an assist in 13 league starts the season, and Juventus will need him to step up and create goalscoring opportunities in the final third. If he steps up, the home side will fancy their chances of taking three points from the game. Prediction Juventus 2-1 Udinese The home team are certainly the favourites on paper, and they are in better form as well. Despite the defeat to Inter Milan, they are going through a purple patch and will be expected to grind out all three points. Udinese are going through a slump right now, and they are devoid of form and confidence. The away side are likely to put up a fight here, but Juventus have the quality to edge this one. A narrow home win is on the cards. After a strong run, Juventus’ title challenge was dealt a serious blow as they lost 1-0 to leaders Inter last weekend following a disappointing 1-1 draw at home to Empoli; the defeat to Inter even more disappointing given it came via a Federico Gatti own goal. As a result, the Old Lady now sit seven points adrift of the summer, though there is still plenty of time to make things right. Up next is a home clash against a struggling Udinese side. The Little Zebras have been the Serie A draw specialists this season, ending a league-high 13 matches level and losing just eight times. However, that means they’ve managed just two wins, with no side having a worse record on this front. Udinese currently sit 17th with 19 points on the board, just one clear of the relegation zone. How to live stream Juventus vs Udinese online: Bet365* streams a selection of Serie A matches live for account holders. To sign up for and live stream Juventus vs Udinese, eligible readers can follow the steps below. Click on this link. ‘Join now’ and enter details. Log in and fund your account. Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event. *Geo restrictions apply, 18+ only. Must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing. Major European leagues you can watch on bet365**: La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Eredivisie, Portuguese Primeira Liga, Ligue 1 When you think back to Juventus’ season-opening win over Udinese, there’s a lot of good things that come to mind. It was, at the time, talked about as a new beginning for Max Allegri’s squad after a 2022-23 campaign full of off-field issues, points penalties and plenty of drama in the league and in Europe. But on that mid-August night at the Friuli, there were new tactics, a new look and a bright start to the new season that certainly had folks excited about what could be afoot. Well ... A lot has happened in the five-plus months and22 Serie A fixtures since these two faced one another on the opening weekend of the season back in August. Sans the month of January in which Juve were beating up on the lower part of the Serie A table, those high-flying ways from Allegri’s squad have been more or less replaced with the same kind of corto muso ways. We’ve seen Juventus finish a matchday atop the table for the first time in a couple of years. Juventus may or may not be still in the title race depending on who you ask and what kind of mood they are in. But when Juve take the Allianz Stadium field Monday night to face that same Udinese side they beat with room to spare on opening night, these two things will ring true: Inter’s comeback win over Roma on Saturday allowed them to open up a seven-point lead atop the Serie A table. Milan’s slim win over Napoli on Sunday means that the difference between second place and third place is all of one single point. That’s it. So, yeah. This is not a sudden type of development (other than the Milan win), but Juventus facing a team that is now just barely in the relegation zone is very much an important matchup for a variety of reasons. It doesn’t matter if it’s to keep pace with Inter as they get closer and closer to playing that game they have in hand or if it’s to get some breathing between Milan in third, it’s important. There’s also this little piece of the equation: We saw Juventus slip up just a couple of weeks ago against an Empoli side that, until the arrival of Davide Nicola, was where Udinese are now. We saw Juve drop points against Empoli, thus opening the door for Inter to retake the lead in Serie A before the Derby d’Italia. Now as Juve enters a situation where they any more potential slip-ups could spell the end of the Scudetto race, they look to avoid what happened against Empoli when they face a Udinese squad that is very much on the struggle bus just like they were to begin the season. Parting ways with sideline zaddy Andrea Sottil in late-October hasn’t exactly resulted in a stark improvement in form for a team that was one of the worst in the league when the equally as handsome Gabriele Cioffi was brought back to the club after they parted ways with him in 2022. With Empoli and Hellas Verona both getting points this weekend, Udinese’s officially in the relegation zone come kickoff time Monday night — which, judging by their results, is pretty understandable. They’ve won just one game since the first weekend of November, a 3-0 victory on Dec. 30 over a Bologna that currently sits in fifth. This is not only Juventus’ chance to get back on the horse — something that Allegri emphasized during his press conference Sunday — but also to hopefully get some momentum going again and do what they did for pretty much all of January. Playing those types of opponents worked out quite well, and the more they can do that again means that their hold on second place is here to stay. Because, at this point, unless Inter can show they’re actually going to slow down and drop points, that is a train that is just waiting to truly break away from the rest of the field. JUVENTUS PLAYER TO WATCH The last time Juventus and Udinese faced one another, a season opener that is now nearly six months in the past, we got to see this happy version of Federico Chiesa ... Personally, I miss seeing a happy Chiesa showing his emotions like that. Much better than the frustrated one even if we get funny Chiesa faces that can be used as a meme at a later date. With four months in the season to go, I would love for the happy Chiesa be much more present than the grumpy one. So let’s just hope that the good times can start again against the same Udinese squad. With Vlahovic out injured, Arek Milik is the odds-on favorite to pair with Chiesa up front. That is probably a disappointment to some considering that the other option with Vlahovic out would be to pair Chiesa and Kenan Yildiz together for the first time all season. Of course, it was just a few days ago that we were wondering if Chiesa was even going to be available for this game after he was hanging out with Vlahovic at J Medical undergoing scans for a bruised and swollen foot. That latest injury worry is a thing of the past now, with Chiesa ready to go and make only his second start in the last couple of months. And that’s just the thing with all of these minor muscle injuries or knee (and foot) issues popping up more and more to end 2023 and into 2023 — Chiesa simply can’t get the strong early-season form that he had going again because he’s constantly being forced to stop for a week or two or having to play limited minutes. Allegri has had to manage Cihesa (and Vlahovic) quite a bit to keep them healthy — or at least try to! — this season and sometimes that means simply preventing the minor injuries from becoming ones that get worse. So now, as Chiesa is fit again, what version of him will we see? The hope is the same one from the last time Juventus played Udinese because that sure was a fun version of Fred Church. And maybe, just maybe, we can see him celebrate scoring a goal again, too. MATCH INFO When: Monday, Feb. 12, 2024. Where: Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy. Official kickoff time: 8:45 p.m. in Italy and the Central European time zone, 7:45 p.m. in the United Kingdom, 2:45 p.m. Eastern time, 11:45 a.m. Pacific time. HOW TO WATCH Television: TNT Sports 1 (United Kingdom). Online/Streaming: Paramount+, CBS Sports Golazo (United States); fuboTV Canada (Canada); discovery+, discovery+ app (United Kingdom); DAZN Italy, Sky Go Italia (Italy). Other live viewing options can be found here, and as always, you can also follow along with us live and all the stupid things we say on Twitter. If you haven’t already, join the community on Black & White & Read All Over, and join in the discussion below. Juventus vs Udinese Preview Udinese are currently in 17th place in the Serie A standings and have not been at their best so far this season. The away side played out a 0-0 stalemate against Monza last week and will need to take it up a notch in this fixture. Juventus, on the other hand, are in second place in the league table at the moment and have been in impressive form this season. The Bianconeri slumped to a damaging 1-0 defeat at the hands of Inter Milan in their previous game and will need to bounce back this weekend.

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