Juventus vs Lecce: Live stream, TV channel, team news and UK kick-off time for tonight's Serie A match

JUVENTUS resume their quest for a ninth-straight Serie A title with a home clash against struggling Lecce.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala were on target as Juve got the job done on Monday night, seeing off Bologna 2-0.

The visitors meanwhile have lost three top-flight matches in a row, which has seen them drop into the relegation places.

When is Juventus vs Lecce?

  • This game is part of a bumper Friday night schedule on June 26.
  • Kick-off at an empty Allianz Stadium in Turin is at 8.45pm BST.
  • When Lecce last visited this ground eight years ago they picked up a dramatic point after Andrea Bertolacci equalised in the final few minutes.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

  • You can catch this game live on Premier Sports 1 here in the UK.
  • Coverage will begin five minutes before kick-off at 8.40pm BST.
  • If you want to stream or don't have a Premier Sports subscription, head to their official website and sign up for the Premier Player.

What is the team news?

There are defensive issues for Juve going into this one, with both Mattia De Sciglio and Alex Sandro on the treatment table.

Usually Danilo would fill in at left-back, but the Brazilian is suspended after picking up a needless red card against Bologna.

Aaron Ramsey could feature in midfield, while Gonzalo Higuain and Merih Demiral are both confirmed out.

Lecce have a packed injury list, with Gianluca Lapadula facing a late fitness test.

Should he fail it, he'll join Diego Farias, Alessandro Deiola, Antonin Barak and Cristian Dell'Orco on the sidelines.

Manager's view

Maurizio Sarri: “Our physical condition isn’t the best and we’ll play several matches close together.

"We must approach the game in the right way, without being sloppy or presumptuous.

“Lecce have done better away than at home, so we must have the maximum respect for them.”


Match odds

  • Juventus to win – 2/13
  • Draw – 13/2
  • Lecce surprise victory – 20/1
  • Both teams to score – evens

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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