Kick Off: Juventus vs. Lazio

The Bianconeri have a busy summer ahead with the start of the Serie A season in Italy.

Juventus travel to Lazio on Monday night to face the Rossoneri, who have not won a league game since January.

The match will be the first of four fixtures between the two sides, with the next match at the Vicente Calderon to be played on May 17.

Juventus have scored three goals in the last four matches, and Lazio have conceded four goals in their last six.

Juventus’ return to the top of the table comes after a seven-game run in Serie A, which included a win against Juventus and a draw against Roma.

Lazios coach Andrea Di Matteo was not satisfied with the results, however, and made several changes to the team.

“The last few months, I have been very satisfied with this team,” he told reporters after the match.

Juventus are currently second in the league table with 24 points from 15 games. “

There is no reason why the team should be at the bottom of the league, but I hope that it will not be difficult to win in the first leg.”

Juventus are currently second in the league table with 24 points from 15 games.

Lazos are currently bottom of Group A with 16 points from 13 games.

The Bianconeri have a busy summer ahead with the start of the Serie A season in Italy.Juventus travel to Lazio…