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24-3-2, 1st in Italian Serie A
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5hBen Gladwell

Chiellini set to recover for Madrid clash

The thigh injury Giorgio Chiellini picked up against SPAL is not thought to be serious enough for him to miss the UCL game against Real Madrid.

Shaka's Power Rankings: Bayern take a tumble (1:19)
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3dPA Sport

Albiol: Napoli can't focus on catching Juve

Raul Albiol insists Napoli must shut rivals Juventus out of their minds after narrowing the gap on the Serie A leaders to just two points.

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3dMina Rzouki

Dybala, Sandro 5/10 in goalless Juve draw

It was a frustrating all-round day for Juventus against SPAL, as Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro in particular, struggled in a 0-0 draw.

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3dESPN staff

Allegri will not leave Juve for PSG - Marotta

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is under contract and will not be leaving the club for the same role at PSG, Giuseppe Marotta said.

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4dESPN staff

No concerns over Chiellini fatigue - Allegri

Max Allegri didn't appear overly concerned about Giorgio Chiellini's injury, despite seeing the defender leave the pitch in Saturday's 0-0 draw.

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4dPA Sport

Relegation battlers SPAL hold Juventus

Juventus missed the chance to go seven points clear at the top of Serie A after being held to a 0-0 draw at struggling SPAL.

5dMina Rzouki

Juve missing key players and flair

Juventus once again have drawn Real Madrid in the Champions League. The first leg will be difficult without both Medhi Benatia and Miralem Pjanic.

How Juventus can get the better of Real Madrid (4:26)
Burley: City and Real will have too much for Liverpool and Juve (1:24)
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5dDermot Corrigan

Madrid praise Juve 'winning mentality'

Real Madrid's Emilio Butragueno warned of the "winning mentality" of Juventus after the teams were drawn together in the quarterfinals.

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5dMark Ogden

Liverpool vs. Man City dominates UCL draw

A box office Champions League quarterfinal draw has seen the heavyweights of this decade -- Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich -- kept apart.

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5dESPN staff

UCL QF: Liverpool-Man City, Juve-Madrid

Juventus take on defending champions Real Madrid, Barcelona play Roma and Sevilla, who knocked out Manchester United, face Bayern Munich.

5dESPN staff

UCL, Europa draws as they happened

The draws for the Champions League and Europa League quarterfinals took place at UEFA HQ on Friday. Catch up with ESPN FC's live blog.

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6dBen Gladwell

Marotta: FIGC presidency a dream

Juventus' general manager Beppe Marotta says it would be "a dream" to become the president of the Italian FA, but he remains loyal to Juventus.

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6dJames Horncastle

Napoli's Scudetto dream not dead yet

Napoli's recent slip-ups have seen them suddenly fall four points behind Juventus in the race for the Scudetto. But don't count them out just yet.

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7dMina Rzouki

In-control Higuain a 9/10 in Juventus win

Inspired by the form of their striker, Juve grew stronger and more confident once the Argentine opened the scoring. He then assisted on the second.

7dESPN staff

Allegri warns Juve against complacency

Defending champions beat Atalanta 2-0 on Wednesday to notch up a 12th successive Serie A win and take full advantage of their game in hand.

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7dAssociated Press

Juventus open four-point lead atop Serie A

Juventus beat visiting Atalanta 2-0 on Wednesday to open up a four-point lead over Napoli that could prove decisive in the title race.

RankingsItalian Serie A

Goal Difference521st
Goals Scored67Tied-1st
Goals Conceded151st