The league leaders will face Genoa in the Seria A league matchday 9, and surely this promise to be a very entertaining game to watch considering the fact that Genoa have been playing well so far this season, though its been very patchy all along but they sure will be motivated coming to this match and couple with the fact that the current league top scorer Krzysztof Piątek is in such a great form for Genoa, notching up 9 goals in just 7 appearances for the club, So they will be using that to their advantage. On paper, this looks like an easy victory for the Bianconeri, and a win for them today will definitely help them with at least 9 points clear of their nearest entrant Napoli.

The league leaders Juve have strengthen their frontline with the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid which cost them approximately £88 million (US$117 million). But they are looking to strengthen their midfield, to which Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Bayern's James Rodriguez whose relationship with his manager is not going too well, are considered to be an added option to the squad in the upcoming transfer window. Genoa on the other hand have been playing well under their new manager Ivan Joric, with the manager style of play is that of an attacking football, which the players have quickly adapted to.


The polish striker's transfer value has risen since he joined Genoa this summer from Polish club Ks Cracovia,with a fee of €4.5 million for the young forward. He has since enjoyed a wonderful start to the season so far for this season, and currently he's leading the top scorer chart in the Italian seria A, scoring 9 goals in the league, with an average of 70mins per goal, also the top scorer with 4 goals so far in the Coppa Italia. This has been a good sign for the club amidst interest from Top Elite clubs in Europe who have been willing to get the talented striker's signature but definitely they won't be able to price him away so cheaply according to the clubs president Enrico Preziosi who is very much happy with the strikers performance this season and also believes he has proven himself;

''I saw him in a film and the next day I closed it, fearing that he would be taken away, I paid €4.5 million and you'll see how much he will be worth in a couple of years''.


  • Juventus have won all ten competitive matches they have played this season, eight in Serie A and two in the Champions League.
  • Juventus haven't drawn any of their last 10 games against Genoa in Serie A, winning 8 and just 2 losses.
  • The last time Juventus failed to score against Genoa in a league home game was back in January 1991.


I'm certain the home team will surely dominate this game from start to finish, and most likely end up winning the match. Though there will be a lot of chances for the away team Genoa, with Piatek upfront but trust me he can't really cause a major threat for their center backs. The bet should be on Juve winning this match and 2-4 goals to be scored between them.


  • Juventus to win and score first @ odds 1.30 1xbet
  • Juventus total goals over 2.5 @ odds 1.83 1xbet
  • Headed goal @ odds 2.50 1xbet
  • Juventus halftime/Fulltime win @ odds 1.64 1xbet
  • Race to two goals Juventus @ odds 1.42 1xbet