Juventus played for, and achieved, the draw which means they remain firm favourites for a fourth consecutive Serie A title.
Rudi Garcia’s side was largely as expected, with Francesco Totti playing the false nine role, and Adem Ljajic on the right flank.
The only change from the Europa League victory over Feyenoord was in goal, where Morgan De Sanctis returned.
Max Allegri switched to a three-man defence – although, in reality, it was more of a back five. Martin Caceres came into the side.
Andrea Pirlo was injured and Paul Pogba on the bench, so Claudio Marchisio and Roberto Pereyra played instead.
Roma had the majority of possession, but Juventus defended extremely well in open play, and counter-attacked dangerously too. Allegri’s side had the upper hand throughout. Read more »