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Juventus will continue their relentless march for a third successive Serie A title when they travel to take on lowly Catania on Sunday.
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Antonio Conte’s men fresh from their 1-0 win over Fiorentina in the Europa league, a result that ensured their place in the quarter-finals, currently hold a 14 points advantage over second place Roma.
That European success was achieved courtesy of a sublime free-kick from the evergreen Andrea Pirlo, the second game in succession that the 34 year old proved to be the match winner.
The Italian international scored an equally stunning free-kick last weekend in the win over Genoa and accuracy from set-pieces led to Juventus assistant Angelo Alessio hailing the player as the best free kick taker in the world.
“I think Pirlo is the best in the world at free-kicks and I also believe he can beat Sinisa Mihajlovic’s record of goals from set-plays in Serie A (27),” Alessio told Mediaset.
“The extra man also helped us in the final stages, even if we wasted several chances to finish off the game.”
Leonardo Bonucci and Paul Pogba also heaped praise on Pirlo with defender Bonucci labelling the player “a champion” and French star Pogba saying “Pirlo? He’s got a golden foot and I need to train for many years if I’m going to be able to shoot like him.”
Juventus named a virtually full strength side for the European clash with Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente starting up front.
That means that Pablo Osvaldo had to settle for a place on the bench although the on-loan forward will that Conte rotates his side for the clash with bottom of the table Catania.
Rolando Maran’s side have lost three of their last four games with their most recent defeat a demoralising 3-1 loss away to fellow strugglers Sassuolo.
Despite their poor recent form the club are just four points away from survival although given the stature of Sunday’s visitors that gap could have widened by the end of the weekend.