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

Juventus will be looking to remain top of Serie A and extend its unbeaten run in all competition to 19 games when it hosts Sassuolo on Sunday.

Top of the table with 35 points after 13 league games—one ahead of Inter Milan—the Bianconeri are yet to taste defeat in Serie A and the same applies to the Champions League, where they have won four consecutive games after drawing their Group D opener.

Paulo Dybala was again on the scoresheet, as Juventus secured a 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, which ensured it will qualify as group winner. In the first four months of Maurizio Sarri's tenure, the Argentine has looked completely transformed after finding life difficult at times under Sarri's predecessor, Massimiliano Allegri.

The 26-year-old has scored seven goals in 16 appearances in all competitions so far, assisting a further three. By comparison, he scored 10 goals and recorded two assists across 42 games in the whole of last season.

Sarri was full of praise for the Argentine, who has now scored in each of Juventus' last three games.

"Dybala is world-class, in a very positive period of form, so right now he is making the difference," the former Chelsea manager said in his press conference on Tuesday, as per La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Dybala's rich vein of form, coupled with a similarly prolific spell for Gonzalo Higuain—who has five goals and five assists despite starting only 11 games so far—has meant Cristiano Ronaldo's injury isn't particularly affecting Juventus.

The Portuguese missed last weekend's 3-1 win away at Atalanta with a knee problem that has plagued him for almost a month, but played the whole 90 minutes against Atletico Madrid.

"I haven't spoken to him yet about the pain in his knee, but he looked to be in good shape, as in the final stages he was tracking back, fighting hard and helping out in defense," Sarri added.

Sassuolo, meanwhile, arrives in Turin on the back of a last-minute loss against Lazio, which saw it drop to 14th in the table, and will be looking to avoid what would be an 11th defeat in 13 meetings against Juventus.

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

Juventus, Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain
Juventus' Argentine forward Paulo Dybala (L) taps hands with Gonzalo Higuain as he's substituted during the UEFA Champions League Group D match against Atletico Madrid on November 26 at the Juventus Stadium in Turin. Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty

When and where is the game?

Juventus hosts Sassuolo at the Juventus Stadium in Turin on Sunday, December 1, with kickoff scheduled for 12:30 p.m. local time (6:30 a.m. ET).

The Bianconeri have won 10 of their 12 league meetings against Sassuolo since the latter made its Serie A debut in 2013.

TV coverage and live stream

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


Juventus beat Atalanta 3-1 on Saturday to remain one point clear of Inter Milan at the top of Serie A and secured first place in Group D in the Champions League with a 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.

Sassuolo, meanwhile, lost for a second time in four games last week, as it fell 2-1 at home to Lazio on Sunday and slipped to 14th in the table.

Team news

Juventus is without long-term absentee Giorgio Chiellini, who was ruled out for at least six months after sustaining an ACL injury in September, while Douglas Costa is also out.


According to Oddschecker, Juventus is a 1/4 favorite, while Sassuolo is an 11/1 underdog and the draw is at 11/2.