How many times has Juventus beat Napoli?
HOME ADVANTAGE – Juventus have won 47 of the 75 Serie A encounters against Napoli played in Turin, with just eight victories for the visiting side. The Bianconeri have won nine of the 10 league matches played against Napoli at the Allianz Stadium.
Who scored Juventus against Napoli?
Juventus vs Napoli result: Live reaction and updates as Federico Chiesa scores equaliser. Juventus and Napoli share a point at the Allianz Stadium after a bustling 1-1 draw.
Who are Napoli rivals?
Napoli have rivalries with Roma, Juventus and Palermo.
Why was Juventus v Napoli postponed?
The Serie A game between Juventus and Napoli descended into chaos on Sunday as the visitors failed to turn up after their squad was placed in isolation following positive coronavirus tests. With two positive results this week, Napoli say they were ordered not to travel by their local health authority.
Why is Juve Napoli postponed?
Napoli off as visitors fail to show for game due to coronavirus quarantine. Juventus’ clash with Napoli, which was scheduled for Sunday, has been postponed following the visitors’ failure to arrive and Andrea Pirlo’s side will be awarded a 3-0 victory by Serie A.
Do Juventus own their stadium?
It was opened at the start of the 2011–12 season and, with 41,507 spectators, it is the sixth largest football stadium in Italy by seating capacity, as well the first in Piedmont….Juventus Stadium.
|Former names||Juventus Stadium|
|Address||Corso Gaetano Scirea 50, 10151|
|Owner||Juventus Football Club S.p.A.|
Who is Juventus rival?
The Juventus F.C.–A.C. Milan rivalry is a football derby between Juventus and Milan. Both teams often fight for the top positions of the league standings, sometimes even decisive for the award of the title.
Why is Juventus match postponed?
The Coppa Italia semifinal second-leg match between Juventus and AC Milan in Turin on Wednesday has been postponed indefinitely because of concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, the city government said on Tuesday.
Is Juventus playing Napoli?
Juventus-Napoli, which was set to be the third match day of the Serie A 2020/21 season and was not played on 4 October 2020, will now be played on Wednesday 7 April 18:45 CET.