Juventus return to action to continue their 2019-20 Seria A season with a clash against Turin rivals Torino at the Allianz Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Maurizio Sarri and his team are on a run of six straight league winnings and currently sit four points clear of second-placed Lazio at the top of the table.

Three of those six victories have arrived since the lockdown period in Italy’s top flight, first overcoming Bologna on June 22 according to, online casinos usa which was then followed up by beating of Lecce and Genoa in their last two matches.

Maurizio Sarri’s side will be strongly determined to put another three points on the board this weekend, particularly ahead of their Tuesday’s clash away to AC Milan at the San Siro.

That said, let’s take a look gooner news publisher write up on how Juve could line up in the Derby della Mole.

Out of this match are the following players due to their respective injuries: Mattia De Sciglio (thigh), Alex Sandro (knee), Sami Khedira (tendon), Giorgio Chiellini (knee), Merih Demiral (knee)

Danilo made his return from a suspension to play at left-back against Genoa, though, and that is again expected to be the case in this match, meaning that Blaise Matuidi is likely to start for Juve on the bench once again.

Adrien Rabiot, on the other hand, appears to be ahead of Aaron Ramsey in the pecking order at the moment, and the Frenchman should continue alongside Miralem Pjanic and Rodrigo Bentancur in the middle of the park.

In defence, online pokies reckon there are not expected to be changes in goal, at right-back or in central defence, although Sarri could make unexpected alteration in the final third of the field.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala are again certain starters in attack, but Douglas Costa scored off the bench against Genoa on Tuesday and could now be rotated to find a place in the starting XI in place of Federico Bernardeschi.

Gonzalo Higuain is also available after a slight injury, but the Argentine international is unlikely to start.