Frosinone face Juventus at Benito Stirpe Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 23. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
Frosinone have bounced between Serie A and Serie C over the past five seasons. The Canaries started the 2013-14 season in Serie C, slowly climbing up the ladder. On Sunday, Frosinone host Juventus at Benito Stirpe Stadium. Juve look like they will be cruising toward an eighth straight title following a perfect start and the teams below them losing early games.
The Canaries have got off to an ugly start, picking up only one point and have not scored a goal. Frosinone made it back to Serie A in the 2015-16 season but went down after finishing 19th. The Canaries are just trying to make their stay in Serie A last longer than one season. Frosinone were crushed 5-0 by Sampdoria in their last game and have allowed 10 goals over the first four games. Against Juventus, the Canaries could lose by an even wider margin.
Juventus beat Sassuolo 2-1 in their last game, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring his first two goals for his new club. However, Ronaldo’s goals were overshadowed by the terrible decisions by Douglas Costa, who first elbowed, headbutt and then spit in the mouth of Federico di Francesco. Costa was suspended four games but could have been suspended longer for his actions. Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado will likely see increased playing time while Costa is suspended. In Champions League, Ronaldo received a red card and was sent off against Valencia. Despite playing down a man, Juventus won 2-0, with Miralem Pjanic scoring both goals.
The Serie A game between Frosinone and Juventus will be broadcast live on ESPN+. Live streaming is available on ESPN+, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscriptions, either online or through the ESPN+ app.
Frosinone and Juventus have played four games against each other, with Juve winning three of four games, keeping three clean sheets. However, Frosinone were able to steal a point from Juventus at the beginning of the 2015-16 Serie A season.