Juventus vs Hellas Verona Live Stream Online. Watch Juventus vs Hellas Verona Italy Serie A Live stream TV Channel. Juventus vs Hellas Verona live streaming TV Coverage Online now. Juventus vs Hellas Verona live stream online.
Juve have picked up 13 points from the last 15 available, as well as keeping a clean sheet in their last five, their form sees them just one point behind current leaders Napoli. Juventus will be irked by being in the unfamiliar position of second in the Serie A table, and will hope that victory over Hellas Verona will be enough to put them in pole position for the title once again.
In their final match of 2017 at the Allianz Stadium, La Vecchia Signora defeated title contenders, Roma 1-0. The winning goal came in the 18th minute when former Roma defender, Medhi Benatia was on hand to follow up from Giorgio Chiellini’s near-post header. It proved to be a challenging match for the Bianconeri, which saw both sides hit the bar in the final 10 minutes via Alessandro Florenzi and Miralem Pjanic. In addition, Wojciech Szczesny was crucial in preventing a last minute Giallorossi equaliser when he saved from a one-on-one with Patrik Schick in stoppage time.
A narrow victory over tricky customers Roma could be a springboard for Massimiliano Allegri’s men as they look to overtake high-flying Napoli – who currently sit a point ahead – in the second half of the season. However, they shouldn’t expect a simple game against a Verona side battling to stave off relegation, especially considering I Gialloblu came out 2-1 victors in this fixture.
The world was shocked as the seemingly unbeatable Old Lady – 14 points clear of second placed Roma – fell to a side with no league aspirations, having already fallen too far behind to avoid relegation.
Verona fans were ecstatic as they saw club legend Luca Toni score from the spot, in what transpired to be the penultimate game of his career for I Mastini. Happiness turned to jubilation in the second half though, as Lonita doubled the home advantage and set Verona on course for a historic win and a rare celebration.
Paulo Dybala made the ending slightly nervy as he emphatically converted a penalty in stoppage time, but ultimately it was too little too late for the Turin giants.