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Juventus vs Salernitana Live Football Streaming: How to Watch JUVE vs SAL, Serie A 2022-23 Coverage on TV And Online

Juventus suffered their first defeat of the season when they went down against PSG in the Champions League opener in Paris. The Bianconeri will be keen to get back to their winning ways when they host Salernitana for a Serie A match on Sunday. Although Juventus hasn’t lost any game in Serie A so far, their campaign has not been that great. They are seventh in the standings. A convincing win against Salernitana will rescue their mission. Juventus are absolutely the top picks against Salernitana, having won four of the six past first class installations they have played against Salernitana.

 

On what date will the Serie A match between Juventus and Salernitana be played?

The Serie A match between Juventus and Salernitana will be played on September 11, Sunday.

Where will the Serie A match among Juventus and Salernitana be played?

The Serie A match among Juventus and Salernitana will be played at the Allianz Arena in Turin.

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What time will the Serie A match between Juventus and Salernitana begin?

The Serie A match between Juventus and Salernitana will begin at 12:15 am IST, (September 12 in India).

Which TV channels will broadcast the Serie A match between Juventus and Salernitana?

The Serie A match between Juventus and Salernitana will be telecast on the Sports 18 Network.

That is a place that has been a total mixed bag for both performances and results. But it is definitely a place in which Juventus needs to start getting things going in earnest because this is very much the time of year last season in which Juve was forced to play catchup as the rest of the pack pulls away.So here on the timetable lies the rival in which Juventus has seen generally through the principal month of the 2022-23 season. For each quality rival like Roma and Fiorentina, there has been a potential transfer fight both when said huge installation. This time around, after Juventus confronted Fiorentina (and Paris Holy person Germain if you need to be all specialized about it) they currently welcome a Salernitana side that has begun the new mission moderately well considering they scarcely kept away from the drop to Serie B last year.

And for every decent showing that Juventus has put out there, there’s been something that has either derailed that potential momentum-building moment — the midfield, the manager, the tactics — from truly becoming some sort of thing that goes beyond any singular game or half of play.

We said it after Juve’s friendly of the summer. We said it after Juve’s season-opening win over Sassuolo. We said it after the first half against Roma. And now we say it again following Juve’s second-half improvements in Paris earlier in the week.

Will Juventus actually be able to build on the good things that they did in the previous outing?

Every time we’ve asked that type of question so far this season, the answer has seemingly been a resounding “hell no.” And that’s one of the many unfortunate parts of the 2022-23 season to date — just when it looks like Juve might be kicking things into gear even just a little bit, things revert back to what we saw so many times last season. Maybe the most disheartening part is that those steps backwards haven’t always happened against quality opposition.Also, when you order Juve’s adversaries into two fundamental pots — like, you know, great groups and awful groups — there’s most certainly been more potential assignment battlers contrasted with the people who, to some degree locally, will challenge for equipment.

So while Juventus and Salernitana are in fact isolated by just three focuses in the table, the bay in generally speaking crew quality is apparent. That very reality is comparably clear as there can be in this game.

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So while Juventus and Salernitana are in fact isolated by just three focuses in the table, the bay in generally speaking crew quality is apparent. That very reality is comparably clear as there can be in this game.

Compared to how much of last season went for Salernitana, their beginning to the 2022-23 campaign has gone relatively well. They’ve gotten a result in their last four games, including a 4-0 thumping of Sampdoria two weeks ago. (Hey, that’s a lot more goals than Juventus scored against Sampdoria!) They’ve gotten the same amount of points over the last four games as Max Allegri’s squad — which, again, is more of a reflection of how inconsistent Juve’s been than anything else.

So, when push comes to shove, we are still waiting for Juventus to find some semblance of consistency or just continue on their way of being a team that is good for 45 or 60 minutes at a time and the rest is another a complete guessing game or a complete slog.

At this point, who the heck knows which option it’s going to be.

  • Federico Chiesa is still out injured. The mid-September return date that Allegri told us about before the U.S. tour began isn’t exactly looking like it’s going to happen, is it?
  • Regarding Chiesa’s return, Allegri said during his pre-match press conference that the Italian winger “is working on the field alone and we hope to have him back at 100% before the break for the World Cup.”
  • Paul Pogba is now amongst the long-term injury names after he ditched the original treatment plan on his injured meniscus to undergo knee surgery earlier this week.
  • Kaio Jorge is the other long-term injury absence. We’re still not sure when he will be back on the field, be it with the senior squad or the Under-23 team.
  • Wojciech Szczesny is still out injured, per Allegri.
  • Angel Di Maria will be out against Salernitana, but Allegri said he expects the Argentine back for Juve’s big matchup against Benfica on Wednesday night.
  • Manuel Locatelli has joined the injury list due to some muscle fatigue, according to Allegri.
  • Allegri said he is undecided as to whether he wants to play Arek Milik and Dusan Vlahovic together up front like he did against Paris Saint-Germain midweek.

JUVENTUS PLAYER TO WATCH

In this place, we have focused a lot on Juventus’ midfielders so far this season. That is a lot like we did the season before that. And, if this particular part of match previews went back even longer than that, then I’m sure it would be a topic of discussion even when Miralem Pjanic was awesome and Sami Khedira wasn’t the reason J Medical came to be. (There is no truth to that second part, methinks, but feel free to confirm or deny.)

So who’s ready to talk about Juventus’ midfield — or at least a midfielder — yet again this time around?

Truth is, however, the likelihood of Fagioli getting his initial beginning of the time has been developing pretty reliably throughout the span of the end of the week.

A lot of that has to do with Allegri using a matchup against a potential bottom-of-the-table side like Salernitana — yes, not bottom of the table now, but certainly with all of the credentials you look for — to rotate the squad in between very important Champions League fixtures. That means somebody like Fagioli, who has barely played so far this season after seeing a lot of the field during the summer friendlies, can certainly take advantage of the opportunity.

Fagioli, much like Nicolo Rovella, had been rumoured to be heading out on loan toward the end of the summer transfer window. However, dissimilar to Rovella, Fagioli really kept close by. That hasn’t brought about any sort of abrupt surge of playing time as any semblance of Leandro Paredes and Fabio Miretti have been pushed into the beginning setup lately. What’s more, as Miretti has for the most part intrigued since venturing into a greater job with Paul Pogba out, it’s been about persistence with regards to Fagioli.

This, however, could be Nicky Beans’ day to potentially shine.

And if it is — with rumours that Miretti could also start with Fagioli in Juve’s midfield — then we could see two of the better youth products to come through this club on the same field at once for the first time from the start in a meaningful game.

I don’t know about you guys, but that sounds like a pretty cool thing to me.

 

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