Juventus vs. Hellas Verona: Where to Watch Serie A, TV Channel, Live Stream and Odds

A small bit of Serie A history was made last Saturday, as Juventus drew 0-0 away against Fiorentina.

The stalemate draw saw Juventus drop to second, two points behind Inter Milan, who beat Udinese 1-0.

It marked the first time in 552 days that Juventus hasn't led Serie A or at least shared the lead, a record stretching all the way back to March 2018.

The eight-time defending champions, however, could reclaim top spot on Saturday, when they host Hellas Verona a few hours before Inter plays A.C. Milan.

Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri is expected to ring the changes after his side drew 2-2 away against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, in the opening game of its Champions League campaign.

Summer signings Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot could be handed a first start, as could Paulo Dybala, who has fallen behind Gonzalo Higuain in the pecking order.

Sarri has only utilized 20 players so far in the first four games of the season, but might have to rotate his personnel more comprehensively as Juventus plays five games in the next 15 days.

The good news for Sarri is that two of those games are against newly promoted sides, in the shape of Hellas Verona and Brescia.

That should allow Sarri to make changes to his team without running any particular risks. The Juventus coach, however, must address his side's tendency to throw away leads in close games.

On Wednesday, the defending Serie A champions took a 2-0 lead against Atletico Madrid but had to settle for a draw after conceding twice in the last 20 minutes.

That came just two weeks after Juventus had relinquished a 3-0 lead at home against Napoli and needed a late own goal to win 4-3.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Saturday.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus
Cristiano Ronaldo looks on during the UEFA Champions League group D match between Atletico Madrid and Juventus at Wanda Metropolitano on September 18 in Madrid, Spain. David Aliaga/MB Media/Getty

When and where is the game?

Juventus hosts Verona at the Juventus Stadium in Turin on Saturday, September 21, with kickoff scheduled for 6 p.m. local time (12 p.m. ET).

Juventus has played Verona at home in Serie A 28 times, winning on 24 occasions and losing four.

TV coverage and live stream

The game will be broadcast live on ESPN+ and will also be available in Italian on RAI Italia via fuboTV.


Juventus shares second place in the table with Bologna, two points adrift of league leaders Inter Milan after drawing 0-0 away at Fiorentina last week. On Wednesday, the Bianconeri relinquished a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 away against Atletico Madrid in their first game in the Champions League.

Verona, meanwhile, has got off to a reasonably solid start to its first campaign back in Serie A, picking up four points in the first three games. Last weekend's 1-0 defeat against AC Milan was its first of the campaign.

Team news

Juventus is without Douglas Costa, Danilo who all came off injured against Fiorentina.

Giorgio Chiellini was ruled out for at least six months with an ACL injury earlier in September and joined long-term absentees Mattia De Sciglio, Marko Pjaca and Mattia Perin on the sidelines.


According to Oddschecker, Juventus is a 3/20 favorite, while the draw is at 7/1 and Verona is a 20/1 outsider.