In Serie A, Juventus has suffered back-to-back defeats to Sassuolo and Hellas Verona. As a result, they have slipped to ninth place in the league rankings, with 15 points from 11 games. They’ve won four, drawn three, and lost four games thus far. They hadn’t won a game in the first four, but they fought back admirably, but it now appears that they are losing their way. With two wins, a tie, and two losses at home, they have a respectable record. They have scored 1.36 goals per match on average and surrendered 1.36 goals per match in their 11 games. Paulo Dybala is the leading goal scorer for them with three goals, while Alvaro Morata, Weston McKennie, Moise Kean, and Manuel Locatelli have chipped in with two goals each. They have just four players on the injury list who could miss the next match including Pio Riccio, Moise Kean, Mattia De Sciglio, and Aaron Ramsey.
Fiorentina is coming off a convincing Serie A victory over Spezia. With 18 points from 11 games, they are currently in seventh place. In the first eleven game weeks, they have won six and lost five games. They are tied on points with Lazio, although they are a goal difference behind them. So far, they’ve scored 16 goals while allowing only 13 goals. With three wins and three defeats, they have the league’s best away record. With eight goals, Dusan Vlahovic leads the Fiorentina goal scorers. He also has an assist to his name. They have just three players on the injury list as Nicolas Gonzalez, Erick Pulgar, and Drągowski are out with injuries.