Serie A: Frosinone vs Juve 0-2, as it happened

23 September at 22:30
Frosinone will be taking on Juve later on today in what should be a pretty one sided affair. You can follow all of the of the action with us right here on Calciomercato.com. 

MATCH PREVIEW:

- Against Juventus, Frosinone earned their first point in Serie A history following a 1-1 draw in September 2015. Also on that occasion, the game was played on MD5.
- If Juventus win, they would be with five wins out of five for the third time in the last five Serie A seasons.
- Frosinone are winless in their last nine Serie A fixtures (D2 L7) – the club’s worst ever run in the top-flight.
- Juve have kept only one clean sheet in their last six Serie A away games – previously the Bianconeri hadn’t conceded a single goal for six away games in a row.
- Frosinone are yet to score in this Serie A campaign – the last Serie A team to remain goalless in the opening five games of the season were Venezia in 1998/99.
- Frosinone have already used 23 different players so far in this campaign – more than any other side.
- Frosinone have had fewer touches in the opposition box than any other Serie A side this season (40), while Juventus have had the most (131).
- Juventus’ Paulo Dybala has scored only one goal in his last 10 Serie A appearances, despite attempting 20 shots in this period.
- Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace last weekend against Sassuolo – during his spell at Real Madrid he scored more than once in 85 different La Liga matches.
- Frosinone’s Stipe Perica’s last Serie A goal came against Juventus, when he was at Udinese in October 2017 – since then he’s failed to score in his ensuing 22 league appearances.

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