A high-scoring encounter is expected when Atalanta and Juventus play as they are the highest goal scorers and the fourth-highest goal scorers respectively. By considering the strengths of each team, this could be a stalemate at Bergamo.
Tip: Both Teams To Score @ 1.47
In the last five head to head matches, both teams found the back of the net in four of those matches. Even both teams scored in all five Serie A head to head matches that these two teams played. Even the last five matches that Atalanta had played in all competitions had both teams scoring in four of those matches. Both teams scored in four of the last five home matches that Atalanta had played. Juventus on the other hand, had both teams scoring in six of their last seven matches. Apart from that, both teams scored in four of the last five away matches that Juventus had played in all competitions. With the firepower of Ronaldo, Morata, Chiesa, Zapata and Muriel, both teams could easily find the back of the net. And 1.47 odds are available for the same at the Betway sportsbook.
Tip: Total Goals Over 2.75 @ 1.74
In the last six head to head matches, a total of 19 goals were scored in those matches at an average of over three goals per match. And over 2.5 goals were scored in four of those six matches. Over 2.75 goals were scored in four of the last five matches that Atalanta has played in all competitions. In the last five home matches that Atalanta had played had over 2.75 goals scored in four of them. In the last nine matches that Juventus had played across competitions, over 2.75 goals were scored in seven of those matches. Also, in the last three matches that Juventus had played on the road had over 2.75 goals scored in two of those matches. So, it is very likely that over 2.75 goals will be scored at 1.74 odds available at the Dafabet sportsbook.
With Inter leading the title race with 12 points clear of Juventus and 13 points clear of Atalanta, both the teams will look to at least hold their third and fourth place as Napoli and Lazio are breathing up their necks for that top-four finish.