Bologna v Juventus Live Streaming : Stadio Renato Dall’Ara kicks off weekend Serie A Schedule
Serie A weekend kicks off tonight with latest Bologna v Juventus odds suggesting plenty of support for the Old Lady, with live streaming available on the game from Stadio Renato Dall’Ara (KO 19:45GMT).
Bet365 report that their Serie A live stream service is in operation this weekend, as the Stoke based firm continue to televise a wide range of football fixtures from across Europe this weekend.
Juventus will look to extend their lead at the top of Serie A to six points when they face Bologna later this evening.
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The Old Lady have taken full advantage of Roma’s recent run of draws to move top of the table courtesy of six successive wins.
The most recent of those was an injury time success over Udinese secured thanks to fourth league goal of the season from Fernando Llorente.
The win was overshadowed somewhat by the news that the club will be without Andrea Pirlo for between 5 and 6 weeks due a sprained knee ligaments.
That meaning that the veteran playmaker is almost certain to miss the top of the table clash with Roma in early January.
However despite his absence team-mate Andrea Barzagli maintains that his side has enough strength in depth to push on in his absence.
“Andrea is important to us,” he said, speaking at a club award ceremony
“He is one of the best players in the world and gives us a lot of experience.
“Admittedly there is no one else quite like him, but we are still a great team and we will try to impose our game on the opposition without him.”
Paul Pogba is the most likely replacement for Pirlo and is set to come back into the starting line after beginning the clash with Udinese on the bench.
With an important clash with Galatasaray looking Juve boss Antonio Conte could shuffle his pack and give starting berths to Marco Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella with the in-form Llorente and Carlos Tevez getting a rest.
Bologna meanwhile currently sit 17th in the table after winning just two of their opening 14 games.
The club are without a win in their last four league games and lost to Siena at home in the Coppa Italia midweek.
Stefano Pioli, a former centre back with Juventus, has so far seen his side concede 26 goals, the most in the league.
The chance of a rare clean sheet appear even more remote with defender Frederik Sorensen suspended following a red card in the 1-1 draw with Parma at the weekend.