Spezia VS Juventus Football Live Score 22 September 2021 Juventus won both of their Serie A meetings against Spezia last term, scoring at least three goals in each: 4-1 away, 3-0 at home.
Juventus have won each of their last four Serie A matches played on a Wednesday, including their last two away from home, against Sassuolo and AC Milan.
Spezia picked up only two points from their three home midweek games played in Serie A last term: two draws (Bologna and Inter) and one defeat (Genoa).
Spezia have lost two of their last four home Serie A games (W1 D1), having avoided defeat in their previous six before this run (W3 D3).
Following their win against Venezia last time out, Spezia could win back-to-back Serie A matches for the third time, doing so most recently last February (v Sassuolo and AC Milan).
Juventus lost their last Serie A away game (1-2 v Napoli) and could lose two such matches in a row for the first time since July 2020.
Should they fail to win this game, Juventus will have no wins on the board after their opening five league games in an Italian top-flight season for just a second time (previously in 1955/56).
Last time out against Venezia, Spezia’s Mehdi Bourabia scored in the 94th minute: each of his four Serie A goals have come from outside the box (two from free-kick), while the last three have come from the 87th minute onwards.
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has been involved in five goals in his last five Serie A appearances (two goals, three assists), having failed to score or assist in any of his previous six games prior to this run.
Juventus’ Álvaro Morata scored in each of his Serie A meetings against Spezia last term, also assisting a goal in the away match.