01/24/2015 05:08:24 Juventus v Sassuolo: 2-1 at Juventus.
Juventus have had to play the last six matches at home and have only lost once at home.
The result means they have a comfortable 3 points behind second-placed Sampdio.
The home team will be hoping to bounce back from their 0-0 draw with Inter Milan on Saturday.
Sampdiono are second in the Serie A table after three games and have conceded only once in seven matches.
They are unbeaten in their last five home league games.
They beat Sampdione 2-0 on Saturday in the third leg.
Juventus have won all three home matches against Sassuoli this season, drawing twice.
Bruno Amorim is their goalkeeper.
They have conceded just once in eight Serie A games at the Stadio San Paolo.
The game is a repeat of last season, when the Bianconeri drew 2-2 in the first leg and drew 1-1 in the second leg.
Juve, who are in the Champions League group stage for the first time in five years, had to settle for a 0-2 defeat against Inter Milan in their previous home encounter.
The home side are on a four-match unbeaten run, including a win against Roma in October.
Sassuolo have conceded seven goals in their first six Serie A matches and are bottom of the table with eight games to go.
Juose are looking to build on their win over Sampdello.
Paulo Dybala opened the scoring with a header.
He finished with a penalty.
The match was the first of a four game tour to Italy by the Biancons.
The Biancones have lost all five of their games away from home this season and are not looking to get a result.
Bianconeri boss Domenico Berardi has said his side are better than last season.
He said: “They are more solid.
We have lost games to Inter Milan and Napoli and are struggling with the quality of our team.”
We are still playing with the same quality, but we can play with better concentration and composure.
We have the quality to be a good team.
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