Here is how to watch the Bianconeri’s home opener for the 2022–23 season on television.
On Monday night, Juventus hosts Sassuolo to open the 2022–23 Serie A season, and the Bianconeri are out to make a statement. They just finished what was one of their worst seasons in recent memory, so they’ll be eager to get going.
Sassuolo placed 11th last season, a modest decrease from their 8th-place result the year before, but the Modena team has been very stable over the previous four years.
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Date, kick-off time, and venue information for the Juventus vs. Sassuolo match.
Time: 15 August 2022
7:45 p.m. BST / 2:45 p.m. ET Kickoff
Location: Turin’s Allianz Stadium
How to view Juventus vs. Sassuolo live on television and online
Juventus vs. Sassuolo is being televised on BT Sport 1 in the UK, and fans can also watch the match live on BT Player.
The match can be seen live on Paramount Plus (Paramount+) in the United States.
Roster and team news for Juventus
Giorgio Chiellini and Federico Bernardeschi, two seasoned stars, left Juventus this season for the MLS, and Dutch defender Matthijs de Ligt transferred to Bayern Munich for a substantial transfer price. Paulo Dybala, an Argentine attacker, left for Roma, but his countryman Angel Di Maria joined on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain, and Paul Pogba also rejoined the team.
With a knee injury, Pogba will be unable to play against Sassuolo, and the squad will also be without goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and Federico Chiesa. Weston McKennie, a star for the USMNT, is healthy, which is good news. In anticipation of an anticipated permanent signing, Sassuolo’s Manuel Locatelli is currently on loan at Juventus.
Predicted lineup for Juventus (4-4-2, right to left): Cuadrado, Zakaria, Locatelli, McKennie, Perin (GK), Danilo, Bonucci, Bremer, De Sciglio, Di Maria, and Vlahovic
Team and squad news for Sassuolo
Sassuolo head coach Alessio Dionisi has a fully fit roster to pick from. With his loan from Inter, Andrea Pinamonti will try to make an impact with Domenico Berardi.
Lineup that Sassuolo foresees (4-3-3, right to left): Frattesi, Matheus Henrique, Thorstvedt, Muldur, Erlic, Ferrari, Kyriakopoulos, Consigli (GK), Berardi, Pinamonti, and Raspadori.