Juventus partially beats Monza 1-0

Juventus partially beats Monza 1-0

In the 11th minute, Adrien Rabiot scores for Juventus. The visit beats Monza 1-0 at the Brianteo stadium.

It is to be hoped that both teams will do everything they can to avoid repeating the result obtained in their last match and not ending in a draw in this new round of the tournament.

On the previous date, Monza left with a single point after achieving a 1-1 draw against Cagliari. With 1 win, 2 draws and 1 lost game, this is how the recent record progresses in the current season of the tournament, with 6 goals scored and 5 conceded in those games.

The previous match played between Juventus ended in a 1-1 draw against Inter. The visit comes from a string of matches without defeats, with 6 goals scored and 2 in the rival’s goal during the last 4 games played.

The local team is in ninth place and reached 18 points (4 PG – 6 PE – 3 PP), while the visitor has achieved 30 points and is in second place in the championship (9 PG – 3 PE – 1 PP).

Michael Fabbri was appointed as the main referee for the match at the Brianteo stadium.

Monza training today

Raffaele Palladino presented a 3-5-2 alignment with Michele Di Gregorio defending the goal; Danilo D’Ambrosio, Pablo Marí and Luca Caldirola at the back; Samuele Birindelli, José Machín, Roberto Gagliardini, Matteo Pessina and Georgios Kyriakopoulos in midfield; and with Patrick Ciurria and Andrea Colpani in the attack.

Juventus formation today

For his part, Massimiliano Allegri came out to play with a 3-5-2 strategy, with Wojciech Szczesny in goal; Federico Gatti, Bremer, Alex Sandro on the defensive line; Andrea Cambiaso, Weston McKennie, Hans Caviglia, Adrien Rabiot and Filip Kostic in midfield; and Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic up front.

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