Juventus vs. Udinese – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match (07.01.2023, 18:00 CET)

Juventus vs. Udinese – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match
Juventus vs. Udinese – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match

In these days in Italy’s Serie A the fixtures of the 17th matchday will take place. Here, the clash Juventus vs. Udinese is scheduled for Saturday at 18.00. Thus, the third in the Serie A table will receive the eighth at the Allianz Stadium. The Old Lady from Turin and the Zebrette from Friuli collected 34 and 25 points respectively.

What speaks for Juventus?

  • Managed to win all last seven matches with clean sheets

What speaks for Udinese?

  • Netted in 13 of its first 16 Serie A appearances

Our betting prediction:

  • Prediction: Juventus
  • Odds: 1.83

Expert analysis Juventus

Juventus returned from the break on Wednesday with a 1-0 away win against the second-bottom Cremonese. Arkadiusz Milik netted in the 91st minute, and referee Giovanni Ayroldi disallowed a goal of the home side after about fifteen minutes. Nevertheless, Massimiliano Allegri’s team justly emerged victorious. Thus, the Old Lady achieved their eighth success in nine league games and their seventh one in a row. Here, a 0-2 away defeat against the second-placed AC Milan on 8 October constituted the exception.

This marked the only appearance in Italy’s Serie A since early October, in which the Bianconeri from Turin didn’t manage a clean sheet. After the last point loss, Juventus first celebrated a 1-0 in the derby at the tenth-placed FC Torino, a 4-0 at home against the 13th-placed Empoli and a 1-0 at the twelfth-placed Lecce. Then, in November, they achieved a 2-0 at the Allianz Stadium against the fourth-placed Inter Milan, a 1-0 at the last-placed Hellas Verona and, on 13 November, a 3-0 home win against the fifth-placed Lazio.

Expert analysis Udinese

Furthermore, Udinese picked up 18 of their 25 points thanks to six consecutive victories from the third to the eighth matchday. Here, Andrea Sottil’s side made exemplary headlines with home victories over the sixth-placed AS Roma (4-0) and Inter Milan (3-1). But after a 2-1 at Hellas Verona, that streak snapped with a 2-2 at home against the seventh-placed Atalanta. Retrospectively, the Zebrette from Friuli shared the points five times in six appearances.

Besides, Udinese lost exclusively 1-2 at home to FC Torino on 23 October. Thereafter, the eighth in the Serie A table first experienced a 0-0 at Cremonese and two 1-1 at their Dacia Arena home against Lecce plus at fourth-bottom Spezia. Immediately before and after the break, they recorded a 2-3 away defeat to the leaders Napoli and on Wednesday a 1-1 at Empoli. There, the Zebrette for the 13th time in the 16 league games netted at least once.

Head-to-head comparison Juventus – Udinese

Exemplary in three of the last four Serie A matches Juventus – Udinese, this time’s home side left the pitch as winners. Here, the Old Lady took the whole number of points in the 2020/2021 Serie A with a 4-1 home victory as well as a 2-1 away win. Then, Juventus experienced a 2-2 against Udinese in Friuli and a 2-0 at the Allianz Stadium on 15 January 2022.

Our betting prediction and the best odds

The hosts in the Juventus vs. Udinese clash won eight of their mos recent appearances in Italy’s Serie A with clean sheets. Moreover, Allegri’s side, after an away defeat to the second-placed AC Milan, prevailed seven times in a row.

For their part, the visitors from Friuli made the headlines with six straight wins from the end of August to the beginning of October. However, they have been without a success in Italy’s Serie A for eight appearances now. Here, the Zebrette drew six times and lost two.

Juventus vs. Udinese – betting prediction: Juventus, odds 1.83

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