Juventus vs AS Roma betting predictions

Juventus vs AS Roma prediction today 30.12.23 Serie A tips

Juventus is up for something this time. Their perfect run was extended to 12 unbeaten games during a weekend clash with Frosinone that ended with a 2-1 away win. For the first time in history, Kenan Yildiz became the youngest foreign goal scorer for the old lady when they locked horns with Frosinone. They now sit in second place with 40 points in their bag making it a 4 points difference from the leader Inter Milan. The last time they met with AS Roma, the Old lady was too frustrated with their loss to the extent that they went down to 10 men at stoppage time following a red card that was booked to their forward Moise Kean.

AS Roma’s encounter with Napoli on Saturday was a nasty one, though it was all to the advantage of the Giallorossi as Matteo Politano and Victor Osimhen were sent off for the visitors, Napoli to give a numerical advantage to AS Roma. José Mourinho kept all three points at Stadio Olimpico thanks to a half-volley from Pellegrini who ended a tie before Lukaku doubled the lead in injury time. Just a point on the road could be enough for Mourinho to maintain his mission of booking a place in the continental tournament.

You can use the 1st Half Draw as your best pick in the Juventus vs AS Roma prediction.

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Main tip: 1st Half Draw

Our Juventus vs AS Roma predictions

According to the statistics and the odds of the bookmakers, we suggest the following tips:

Prediction 1: 1st Half Draw

This game will be another tougher encounter in Serie A. Juventus has already shown consistency in their 12 undefeated games. However, after smashing into pieces, Napoli, this record could mean nothing to AS Roma and we expect them to take on Juventus with full confidence in Allianz Stadium. Most of the key players of the visitors are fit to start hence we can expect the whole squad to remain solid on their box while they build their attacks. Our sports experts advise you to bet on the 1st Half Draw as the top Juventus vs. AS Roma prediction

Odds for this bet

Melbet offers competitive odds for the bet “1st Half Draw”
The odd of 1.89 means that the bookmakers are calculating with a likelihood of approx. 17% chance that the first half will end with a draw in this match.

Odds Comparison for 1st Half Draw

Melbet – odds 1.89
Bet365 – odds 1.89

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Prediction 2: BTTS NO & DC Juventus/Draw

Juventus has not lost their last 12 straight matches. They have indeed decorated this performance with their 3/5 clean win at home. It will not be an easy play for both teams but the home advantage is much expected here. AS Roma is expected to be very cautious in this match because this match is too different from last week’s clash with Napoli as their opponent is ambitious to avoid any losses. That means AS Roma might come up with a better plan to build solid walls and deploy to keep their box secured to the final blow. The alternate betting for this match would be the BTTS NO & DC Juventus/Draw.

Odds for this bet

1xBet offers competitive odds for “BTTS NO & DC Juventus/Draw”

The odd of 1.67 means that the bookmakers are calculating with a likelihood of approx. 60% chance that either one team will score or no goal at all while Juventus will remain undefeated in this match.

Odds Comparisons for BTTS NO & DC Juventus/Draw

1xBet – odds 1.67
Betwinner- odds 1.67

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Prediction 3: Over 4.5 Cards

All of Juventus versus AS Roma are interesting clashes that have been dominated by the physicality of fighting for each others’ crest. For the recent 5 out 7 consecutive games they played we have witnessed at least 5 players entering into the referee’s book for different offenses on the pitch. This record is similar to last weekend Giallorossi’s fixture when they hosted Napoli at Stadio Olimpico. The same case is predicted to happen again in this week’s clash in Turin. You can bet on the Over 4.5 Cards to beat the bookies

Statistics for Juventus vs AS Roma Prediction

H2H statistics

Considering the 54 most current encounters:

Juventus has 28 wins, AS Roma has 12 wins and they have 14 draws

These matches scored an average of 2.69 goals per match

AS Roma won 1-0 in their last encounter.

Latest results Juventus

3 wins, and 2 draws in their recent 5 matches

7 goals were scored in their last 5 matches. Average 1.40 goals per match

They had a 2-1 away win against Frosinone in their recent match

Latest results AS Roma

3 wins, a draw, and a loss in their recent 5 matches

8 goals were scored in their last 5 matches. Average 1.60 goals per match

They won 2-0 against Napoli in their recent match

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Possible squad Juventus & AS Roma

Line upJuventusAS RomaGoalkeeperSzczęsnyPatrícioDefenseDanilo, Bremer, GattiMancini, Llorente, NdickaMidfieldCambiaso, McKennie, Caviglia, Rabiot, KostićKristensen, Cristante, Paredes, Bove, ZalewskiStrikersMilik, YildizLukaku, BelottiDoubtfulNoneNoneOutFagioli (Disciplinary), Pogba (Disciplinary), Sandro (Muscle injury), Kean (Leg injury), De Sciglio (ACL injury)Smalling (Hamstring), Abraham (ACL injury)CoachMassimiliano AllegriJosé Mourinho

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Author: Brian Parker