The last five meetings in Turin have ended in three draws and a win apiece. Juventus have won their last 11 Serie A fixtures, setting an all-time club record. They've shipped only two goals in the process. The Old Lady haven't conceded any goals over their last six Serie A games at home. However, they've kept only one clean sheet in their last 13 games on the road. Samp have scored only seven goals in the second half, a joint-low shared with Cagliari. Juventus are the only side yet to concede a headed goal in this campaign. Arturo Vidal is the best scoring Serie A midfielder with eight goals. Éder has scored five of Samp's last seven goals in this campaign. Juventus have won only one of their last six games against Sampdoria in the league, 1-0 in the reverse fixture, with three wins for the Blucerchiati in the process. Juventus' last home loss in Serie A was against Samp in January 2013. Since then Antonio Conte's side have put together 16 wins and two draws at their ground.
Juventus: 1 Gianluigi Buffon, 19 Leonardo Bonucci, 3 Giorgio Chiellini, 4 Martín Cáceres, 6 Paul Pogba, 23 Arturo Vidal, 21 Andrea Pirlo, 22 Kwadwo Asamoah, 26 Stephan Lichtsteiner, 14 Fernando Llorente, 10 Carlos Tevez
Sampdoria: 1 Júnior Costa, 28 Daniele Gastaldello, 8 Shkodran Mustafi, 3 Andrea Costa, 29 Lorenzo De Silvestri, 21 Roberto Soriano, 10 Nenad Krsticic, 17 Angelo Palombo, 15 Pawel Wszolek, 11 Manolo Gabbiadini, 23 Citadin Eder