Sassuolo's only win over Juventus was in 2015-16, when a 1-0 score was achieved by Nicola Sansone on a free kick. Sansone moved on to Bologna and Juventus won nine of the 11 subsequent meetings between the clubs. Sassuolo is going to try to forget the past and end Juventus' six-match unbeaten streak in Serie A on Wednesday. Paramount+ will live stream all of the action.
Kick-off takes place at 12:30 p.m. ET at Torino's Allianz Stadium, Italy. The heavy favorite Juventus is the -230 (risk $230 to Win $100) in the 90-minute money line at Caesars Sportsbook. The over-under is 3.0 goals. Sassuolo is +625 and Wednesday's match with Sassuolo will be streamed live via Paramount+, which includes their premium plan.
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How to watch Juventus vs. Sassuolo
Date: Wednesday, October 27
Italian Serie A picks for Sassuolo vs. Juventus
You should first see Martin Green's picks for Wednesday's Juventus vs. Sassuolo match before you watch it. Green worked for many years in the betting industry and became a professional handicapper and sports writer. He has also covered the game around the world. His European soccer picks have been perfect since then. Green has generated more than $36,000 for $100 punters since 2017-18 and has his finger on every detail of soccer around the world.
Green predicts that Juventus and Sassuolo will score, which is a wager that yields -150 odds. Juventus has only two more goals than it conceded this week, while Sassuolo had 12 goals and allowed its opponents to score 12. Domenico Berardi is the top scorer for Sassuolo, with four goals and an assist in five of his matches.
Paulo Dybala, Juventus' top attacker, scored a crucial goal against Inter Milan in its last match. He converted a penalty kick in 89 minutes. Juve is the better side in talent, even though it has only scored one goal in five of its previous matches. In each of the three previous meetings, Juventus scored three goals.
Green stated that Juventus has a large squad which will help it thrive during times when fixtures are coming in thick and fast. "Manager Massimiliano] Allegri put Federico Chiesa and Dybala, Matthijs De Ligt Rodrigo Bentancur and Arthur Melo on the bench for Inter's draw. They could all be in the team on Wednesday to make sure Juventus has fresh legs."