I wish Sculli a good performance but the winner should be us.Before the JUVE-Milan crash at Delle Alpi next week,we must gain enough points.
Last time we met Modena was long long ago Here's a list of the results in history between JUVE and Modena:
02/02/1964 JUVE-Modena 0-0
09/22/1963 Modena-JUVE 1-0
04/21/1963 Modena-JUVE 0-0
12/16/1962 JUVE-Modena 2-1
03/20/1949 Modena-JUVE 2-2
11/14/1948 JUVE-Modena 0-1
05/30/1948 Modena-JUVE 0-1
01/04/1948 JUVE-Modena 0-1
05/25/1947 JUVE-Modena 1-0
Juventus-owned Giuseppe Sculli comes up against his future employers for the first time and will hope to make an impression.
The Under-21 international is on fine form for both club and country, while the team will be anxious to make up for a sluggish outing at Perugia last week. Beware of penalties, as the Canarini have given away four spot-kicks in six Serie A games.
Juventus have not impressed in recent weeks and struggled to see off Udinese at the Delle Alpi. The absence of Alessandro Del Piero was sorely felt in that match and he returns for this encounter, hoping that they still have a decent amount of energy after the 2-0 Feyenoord win.
David Trezeguet and Paolo Montero show no sign of recovery, but Ciro Ferrara returns to the starting line-up alongside Marco Di Vaio and Del Piero. Already four points behind League leaders Inter, the Scudetto holders must get into gear if they want to maintain the pressure on Hector Cuper’s outfit.