Previews & Reviews
Juventus open up the International Champions Cup against Melbourne Victory on Saturday. We look at a few things that could happen.
Who do you call in when you need some assistance on a certain team? Somebody who watches them week-in and week-out. With Juventus playing Napoli this weekend, we called in the services of SBN blog The Siren's Song to talk Napoli.
Round 37 brings us Italy's two best teams facing one another at the Olimpico. It may not have Scudetto implications, but it's still pretty important ... right, guys?
Juventus know exactly what they have to do Thursday night against Benfica. And to turn the Europa League final into a home game, that thing will be to win. Just win.
Just 180 minutes separate Juventus between another home game. But first, the soon-to-be three-time Italian champions need to get past one of last season's finalists, Benfica, in the semifinals.
Italian champions Juventus slip by minnows Bologna in their confident stride towards a third consecutive Serie A title.
All of six games remain in the 2013-14 Serie A season. And with that, Juventus get closer and closer to another league title. The first of those six games comes Monday night as Juve travel to face bianconeri brethren Udinese at the Friuli.
Juventus booked their place in the Europa League semifinals and keep the dream of triumph in Turin alive.
Following a rare setback in Serie A last Sunday, an away Europa League tie in France was a perfect opportunity for Juve to respond and get one step closer to that coveted final in Turin. It took until five minutes before the end to seal a victory.
Inside information: Juventus is good, Catania is not very good. Make of it as you wish.
For the third and final time in a two-week period, Juventus and Fiorentina take the field against one another. This time, it's with a spot in the Europa Leauge's quarterfinals on the line in Florence. Just don't talk about Juve's last trip there...
It's been 18 games in Serie A since Juventus were last on the wrong side of a final score. And it just so happens the team that beat Juve in October, Fiorentina, are the ones coming to Juventus Stadium Sunday afternoon. What fun we could have...
Juventus and Milan face off at the San Siro having very different visions in front of them. Juventus want to continue to steam towards another Serie A title, while Milan want to try and right the ship under Clarence Seedorf. Sounds exciting, no?