Here is the latest on the form and team news of both sides:
Maximiliano Allegri’s side are not in contention for the Scudetto this season, as they started the season rather poorly by their recent standards. They have since recovered and are playing their best football of the season, racking up 3 wins, and 2 draws in their last 5 matches across all competitions.
Juve sit 4th in the league, occupying the final Champions League place, and are 7 points behind Napoli, who are in 3rd. They have scored 37 goals and conceded 22 in 25 games, winning 13 with 7 draws and 5 losses. Their leading goalscorer is Paulo Dybala, with 7 goals and 5 assists.
For their team news, Juventus will be missing the services of Giorgio Chiellini, Federico Bernadeschi, and Federico Chiesa, who are still on the sidelines with injuries.
Juventus’ local rivals are 10th on the Serie A log, with 32 points from 25 games. Their form has been mixed of late, with 2 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw in their last 5 matches across all competitions.
In their 25 league games so far, Torino has won 9, drawn 5, and lost 10, scoring 31 goals and conceding 25. They lie 10 points off the last European spot (6th place) and can make a late push for Europe if they pick up a rich vein of form. Josip Brekalo is Torino’s top scorer with 6 goals and 1 assist, while Sanabria Antonio has 5 goals and 3 assists.
For team news, Praet Dennis is most likely to miss the game for Torino owing to an injury he sustained against Udinese on the 6th of February.