Lazio is coming off a three-match winning streak in Serie A, with victories over Fiorentina and Salernitana, as well as a draw against Atalanta. As a result, they have 21 points from 12 games, including six victories, three ties, and three losses, putting them in fifth place in the standings. They had a strong start to the season, with back-to-back victories over Empoli and Spezia, but faltered in the middle and recovered well. They’ve scored up to 25 goals while only surrendering 19 goals. They have the greatest home record in the league, with five wins in six games. Ciro Immobile has been involved in the majority of the goals, scoring ten thus far. But unfortunately, Immobile is out with a calf injury. Apart from him, Manuel Lazzari and Bobby Adekanye are also out.
Juventus recovered from back-to-back defeats to Sassuolo and Hellas Verona in Serie A. As a result, with 18 points from 12 games, they have ascended to eighth place in the league standings. So far, they’ve won five games, drawn three, and lost four. They hadn’t won a game in the first four, but they battled back valiantly, but it now appears that they’ve lost their way once more. They have a decent road record with two wins, two ties, and two defeats. In their 12 games, they have averaged 1.33 goals per match while allowing 1.25 goals per match. With three goals, Paulo Dybala leads the team in scoring. They have as many as seven injured players including Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Wojciech Szczesny, Gabriele Boloca, Moise Kean, Pio Riccio and Mattia De Sciglio.