Juventus will aim to close their gap against second-placed AC Milan to one point when they face Lazio at Allianz Stadium on Saturday.
An inspired second-half performance with goals from Alvaro Morata, Federico Chiesa and Cristiano Ronaldo, led to an easy 3-0 win for Juventus against Spezia at the Allianz Stadium on Tuesday. Juventus have not been at their best in recent weeks with only two wins in six games for the Bianconeri in all competitions.
Andrea Pirlo’s men currently occupy the third position in the league, seven points behind league leaders Inter Milan. The Turin giants will look to capitalize on the points dropped by second-placed AC Milan on Wednesday by reducing the gap between them to one point with a win over Lazio on Saturday.
Lazio started the season poorly losing five games until December. However, their performances drastically improved since the New Year, with the Biancocelesti winning six of their first seven games in the league in 2021.
Osasuna vs Barcelona, La Liga: Team News, Match Preview
Barça travel to Pamplona looking to keep the good run in the league going before a trip to Paris
*Points and positions at the time of writing on Friday
Competition/Round: 2020-21 La Liga, Matchday 26
Barcelona Outs & Doubts: Gerard Piqué, Ronald Araujo, Ansu Fati, Philippe Coutinho, Sergi Roberto (out)
Osasuna Outs & Doubts: Facundo Roncaglia, Chimy Ávila (out), Darko Brasanac, Rubén Martínez, Iñigo Pérez (doubt)