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Genoa travel to Serie A leaders Juventus for their eagerly anticipated clash tonight, desperate to inflict the first defeat of the season on their hosts.

Juve are currently unbeaten in Serie A and have 12 points from six matches – setting a keen early pace alongside Udinese.

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But the Old Lady have drawn three of their last four games and the Turin club will know that they need to start converting these draws into wins if they are to continue leading the league.

However, Juve did secure a vital 2-0 win against rivals AC Milan earlier this month, showing plenty of heart with two late goals against one of Serie A’s powerhouse clubs.

Genoa started well also, securing seven points from their first three games before consecutive defeats against Chievo and Parma put them back in the chasing pack. And they also failed to beat basement boys Lecce last weekend, making this weekend’s contest even more vital.

In team news, Juventus have been received late injury blows to key men Gianluigi Buffon and Arturo Vidal, meaning that Marco Storari and Claudio Marchisio will come into consideration.

Buffon injured his shoulder in training on Thursday and summer signing Vidal has not recovered from his thigh injury in time.

Elsewhere, Milos Krasic and Eljero Elia will be dropped, with rumours suggesting that coach Antonio Conte is unhappy with their recent form. As a result, Simone Pepe and Marcelo Estigarribia are likely to be handed their positions on the flanks.

Genoa will, too, make changes with Emiliano Moretti expected to replace the suspended Kakha Kaladze in central defence, while Marco Rossi should make way for the incoming Giandomenico Mesto at right-back.

The action kicks off at 7:45 BST this evening and after stuttering in recent weeks, Juventus will be keen to get back to winning ways.

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