Juventus have moved up to fourth in the Serie A table, six points clear of second-placed Juventus, but they are still two points adrift of the leaders, who have moved to third.
Juventus will now try to get back on track against Lazio on Saturday, but the game will be a test for their young goalkeeper, Giorgio Chiellini.
“Chiellinis is one of the best goalkeepers in the world, but he needs to be a bit more disciplined,” Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri told reporters.
With Allegri having only had three weeks with the goalkeeper, there is some optimism that he could be back in the starting line-up at the start of the season.
Meanwhile, Andrea Agnelli, the new boy in the Juventus squad, is still recovering from a calf injury and will not be able to play until November.
Andrea Agnellis new signing will be tested by Lazio in a clash with Juventus Lazio has made five signings this transfer window and four of them were signed in the summer transfer window, but there have been a number of moves this transfer period.
The Italian giants have brought in Tiago Motta, Fabio Fazio, Giorgio Pioli and Kasper Schmeichel, all from lower leagues, to improve the attacking options in the squad.
Totti has been a regular starter in the Lazio starting XI this season and will get a new challenge from new signing Gianluigi Buffon in a midfield that is currently without a recognised goalscorer.
Both Buffon and Motta will start in the same midfield, with Motta likely to start the match in the holding midfield role.
Despite the fact that the Italians have been the best side in Serie A this season, Allegri has not taken much satisfaction out of their victory against Juventus, especially after they conceded a penalty at the death and a goal in the first half of the match.
Juventus have not scored in three games in Serie B and will face Lazio at the Avio Arena on Saturday in the fourth round of the Coppa Italia semi-finals.
Lionel Messi (left) and Andrea Agneli are still recovering after injuries to Lars Eller and Javier Mascherano but are still likely to play against Lazia LASA has lost three players to injury in the past three transfer windows, Messi to Real Madrid and Neymar to Barcelona, and they have been heavily criticised by their fans and fans of the sport.
Liga football has a strong reputation for being a league where there are only a few trophies, but with the transfer window now starting, it is likely to be the last time the La Liga giants will win the title.
In their previous meeting with Lazio, the Bianconeri won 2-1 in the final and have a strong chance to make the quarter-finals of the tournament.
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