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Both sides are back in action on Wednesday. Juventus host Spanish giants Barcelona in an eagerly anticipated Champions League encounter, while Verona welcome Venezia in the Coppa Italia.
Verona hold on for a well-deserved share of the spoils as they play out a 1-1 draw with Juventus. Dejan Kulusevski climbed off the bench to cancel out Andrea Favilli's earlier effort. That sparked a late surge from the Bianconeri, but they were unable to find a way past an inspired Marco Silvestri in the visiting goal.
FULL-TIME: JUVENTUS 1-1 HELLAS VERONA
GREAT SAVE AGAIN! Juventus come again with Cuadrado skipping into the box, before unleashing a powerful strike that is somehow kept out by Silvestri.
GREAT GOALKEEPING! Silvestri comes to Verona's rescue twice! First, he beats away Dybala's strike, before holding onto Morata's header from point-blank range.
Kulusevski is booked after he is involved in an altercation with Faraoni.
Faraoni also has his name taken for his part in that melee.
Ramsey is replaced by Giacomo Vrioni as we enter five minutes of stoppage time.
It has been pretty much all-Juventus as the game enters its latter stages. The Bianconeri are pushing for all three points, while Verona are clinging on to ensure a share of the spoils.
WHISKERS AWAY! Receiving the ball on the edge of the box, Dybala takes aim with his unfavoured right foot. His shot drifts just wide of the target while Frabotta, who was sliding in at the far post, is unable to connect.
OUCH! Magnani and Morata tussle for the ball near the touchline, with the Verona defender's strong shoulder barge sending the Juventus forward crashing into the advertising board. The Spaniard is not too happy, while Magnani protests his innocence. The referee takes no further action, though.
Kulusevski's equaliser means Juventus have now scored in each of their last 43 league games on home soil. Can they now go one better and find a winner?
CLOSE! Juve have their tails up and go in search of a second goal. Rabiot tries his luck from distance and the shot is whiskers away from nestling in the top corner.
Morata played the ball out wide for Kulusevski, who equalised for the Bianconeri.
KULUSEVSKI!!! 1-1! Juventus have been knocking at the door and they are level! Receiving the ball from Morata on the right, the substitute cuts inside before sending a low shot into the far corner. The hosts have their goal and it had been coming.
OFF THE BAR! The woodwork comes to Verona's rescue as Dybala's deflected strike crashes against the bar. The visitors breathe a huge sigh of relief with their lead still intact for now.
Bonucci pulls up suddenly clutching his hamstring and limps off to be replaced by Gianluca Frabotta.
No penalty! At the other end, Colley goes down under Danilo's challenge in the area. But the referee is not budging and waves for play to go on.
Good save! The hosts continuing to look for an opening as we enter the final 20 minutes. With his back to goal, Morata turns and shoots, but Silvestri gets down well to hold.
Dybala's free-kick deflects behind for a corner. Juve look to turn up the pressure, but Verona continue to stand firm.
Empereur is booked for bringing down Dybala right on the edge of the box. The Argentine is stood over the free-kick.
Can Dybala make a difference for Juve? The Argentine has failed to score in his last three games against Verona, having found the net five times in his previous four appearances. As far as the Bianconeri are concerned, now would be a great time for him to end that drought.
No penalty! Juventus are incensed after Ramsey appears to be bundled over by Lovato in the box, only for the referee to wave away their appeals.
Favilli is unable to continue and goes off to be replaced by Antonín Barak.
Favilli has given Verona a shock lead, but at what cost? The substitute pulled up immediately after scoring and has been struggling ever since.
Juve turn straight to the bench as Dejan Kulusevski replaces Bernardeschi.
Zaccagni showed great awareness to pick out Favilli, who finished brilliantly.
FAVILLI!!! 1-0 VERONA! The visitors take the lead and it is the substitute who has put them in front. Following a devastating attack by Verona, Favilli is picked out in the area, before sweeping the ball into the corner.
Lazovic is the second Verona player to have his name taken in this game.
Good try! Space opens up for Zaccagni to try his luck from the edge of the box. There is plenty of venom in his strike, which Szczesny is forced to tip over the bar.
Meanwhile, Andrea Favilli is introduced with Kalinic making way.
Verona make a double-change. The first sees Ceccherini make way for Giangiacomo Magnani.
Demiral's headed clearance goes high into the air before dropping to the feet of Colley. The Verona forward tries a first-time volley, but it goes well wide of the target.
Verona make the first change of the day with Ivan Ilic coming on in place of Tameze.
There were plenty of positives for Verona during that first half as well. The visitors looked threatening going forward, but will hope they are not made to rue their failure to take those opportunities.
We are still goalless at the Allianz Stadium, where Juventus and Verona are locked at 0-0. Alvaro Morata thought he had given the hosts the lead after a strong end to the first half, but the Spaniard was denied by the intervention of VAR. Although they are still searching for the first goal of the game, Andrea Pirlo will be encouraging the Bianconeri to pick up from where they off after the break.
It is still early days in terms of the Serie A title race, of course. But excluding the opening four matchdays, today marked the first time since December 2015 that Juventus had started the day outside the top four.
HALF-TIME: JUVENTUS 0-0 HELLAS VERONA
AWAY WE GO AGAIN! Verona get the ball rolling once more.
NO GOAL!!! Morata thinks he has put Juventus in front as he delightfully lifts Cuadrado's through ball over the advancing Silvestri. The hosts celebrate but following a VAR check, the Spaniard is denied the game's opening goal.
Juve continue to push in search of the opening goal. Morata looks to fashion an opportunity for himself, but slips at the vital moment and the chance goes begging.
Vieira is shown the game's first yellow card for a foul on Dybala.
Juve appeal for a penalty after Bernardeschi goes to ground in the box, but the referee is not interested on this occasion.
It is also worth noting that Verona came out on top the last time they faced Juventus. Despite five consecutive defeats against the Bianconeri, they prevailed 2-1 in February.
By contrast, the Gialloblu do boast the joint-best defensive record in Serie A, having conceded just a single goal so far. That is also a club record for them after four matchdays in the Italian top flight.
Verona have only scored once in Serie A this season. That came in their 1-0 victory over Udinese on matchday two. Of course, they beat Roma 3-0, but that result was awarded to them following an administration error by the capital club.
Empereur is the furthest man forward for Verona. The defender lays the ball out wide for Lazovic before latching onto his lofted return pass, but is unable to direct towards goal.
After arriving from Atletico Madrid earlier this month, Kalinic is making his first start for Verona today. The much-travelled Croatian has scored four times in eight league appearances against Juventus. Cagliari are the only team he has netted more times against in Serie A, with six.
Verona continue to threaten and a ball is threaded into Kalinic, who drags a low shot well wide of the target.
Chance! At the other end, Lazovic's deep cross is met by Colley at the far post, but he can only direct his volley across the face of goal. Juventus breathe a huge sigh of relief.
Good save! A terrific defence-splitting through ball from Rabiot sends Bernardeschi clear on goal. However, Silvestri gets down well to push away the former Fiorentina man's low shot.
Juventus look to fight off the tide by launching a counter at the other end. But it comes to nothing as Ramsey is ruled offside after latching onto a through ball.
OFFSIDE! NO GOAL! Verona think they have capitalised on their good spell as Colley tucks the ball home from close range. However, his joy is short-lived as the offside flag is rightly raised.
Verona enjoying a good spell of pressure over the past couple of minutes. An important intervention denied Kalinic a clear header on goal, but the visitors have continued to threaten the Juve defence.
That does not appear to bode well for Verona against a Juventus side that has lost just once in their last 42 league games on home soil. That came against Roma on the final day of last season, albeit the Scudetto had already been sealed at that point.
Nothing came of the free-kick as Juventus dealt with the delivery. Verona are on their longest run without an away win among the teams currently in Serie A. Having not tasted victory in 19 attempts, this is their worst streak since 2016.
Verona are awarded a free-kick in a good position after Colley is bundled over near the corner flag. The visitors have not had much opportunity to settle into their rhythm so far, but this is a decent chance for them.
A quickfire passing move from Juve almost sends Dybala clear on goal. However, the number 10 just began his run too early as he looked to latch onto Ramsey's pass, and is rightly ruled offside.
The hosts straight into the ascendancy as Rabiot embarks on a powerful run from deep inside his own half. The Frenchman looks to square the ball for the onrushing Bernardeschi, but Verona snuff out the danger.
OFF WE GO! The referee blows his whistle and Juventus get things underway at the Allianz Stadium.
Out come the teams and kick-off is moments away.
History would certainly favour Juve today. The Bianconeri are unbeaten in 29 Serie A meetings with Verona on home soil - winning 25 and drawing four. That is their best run against any team in the Italian top flight.
As for Verona, Ivan Juric makes two changes to the side that drew with Genoa last weekend. There is a first start for new signing Nikola Kalinic up front. The much-travelled Croatian will receive support from Mattia Zaccagni, although captain Miguel Veloso remains unavailable through injury. Antonin Barak returns to the bench after recovering from a positive COVID test, but team-mate Koray Gunter continues to self-isolate.
Andrea Pirlo makes four changes to the Juventus side that overcame Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League on Tuesday. Paulo Dybala returns to the starting line-up, while there are also recalls for Merih Demiral, Arthur and Federico Bernardeschi. Cristiano Ronaldo remains absent after returning a second positive test for Coronavirus. He joins Matthijs de Ligt on the sidelines. Federico Chiesa is ruled out through suspension following his red card at Crotone last week.
SUBS: Alessandro Berardi, Federico Dimarco, Antonin Barak, Andrea Favilli, Ivan Ilic, Filippo Terracciano, Matteo Cancellieri, Kevin Ruegg, Giangiacomo Magnani, Pawel Dawidowicz, Bruno Amione, Ivor Pandur.
HELLAS VERONA: Marco Silvestri, Federico Ceccherini, Matteo Lovato, Alan Empereur, Marco Davide Faraoni (captain), Ronaldo Vieira, Adrien Tameze, Darko Lazovic, Ebrima Colley, Mattia Zaccagni, Nikola Kalinic.