With the resumption of Serie A matches after a hiatus of three and a half months due to the pandemic of the newly created Corona Virus (Covid-19), Juventus is looking forward to a successful return in the hope of strengthening its position in the lead and reconciling its fans after the shock of the Italian Cup loss.

Juventus, who leads the Italian league one point ahead of second-placed rivals Lazio, will resume its competition against Bologna, at the latter's stadium, on Monday evening in the twenty-seventh stage.

The Italian football competitions were resumed a few days ago through the Cup championship, which saw Juventus tied with Milan in the second leg semi-final to qualify for the final with the goal of calculating the goal outside the ground with two goals, where Juventus had tied back in the Milan stadium 1/1.

In the final match held last Wednesday, Juventus also performed a lackluster performance despite the participation of stars Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala and Douglas Costa, and lost to Naples 2/4 after a penalty shoot-out after the match ended in a draw, noting that the post saved Juventus twice during the match.

Juventus, coached by former coach Maurizio Sari, Napoli, lost the Italian Super Cup last December, and is now facing pressure from fans looking to crown the league title for the ninth season in a row, after the shock of losing the cup championship, which Juventus crowned four Consecutive times between 2015 and 2018.

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