- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- Djidji (o.g.)87'
- De SilvestriEdera80'
- Cristiano Ronaldo61'
- 1st Half
- Belotti (P)45'
- de Ligt45'
Juventus - Torino
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Full-time: Juventus extend their lead at the top of the Serie A to seven points with a convincing victory in the Derby della Mole.
There will be FOUR minutes added on.
Close! Douglas Costa causes havoc on the opposite flank now. He puts the accelerator on and fires a shot at goal, which Sirigu can only parry and a defender hacks it off the line.
- Own-goalKoffi DjidjiTorino
GOAL! Juventus 4-1 Torino (Djidji own goal): Djdidji makes an immediate impact - at the wrong end. The defender gets his angles all wrong as he pokes Douglas Costa's cross into his own net.
- OffOla AinaTorino
- OnCristian AnsaldiTorino
Christian Ansaldi and Koffi Djidji come on for Torino, Aina and Bremer making way.
- OffLorenzo De SilvestriTorino
- OnSimone EderaTorino
Simone Edera comes on for De Silvestri, as Torino roll the dice.
- OffPaulo DybalaJuventus
- OnGonzalo HiguaínJuventus
Gonzalo Higuain makes his comeback as he replaces Dybala for the last 10 minutes.
Juve conjure up a decent attacking move to place Matuidi in a threatening area - but he makes a total mess of it.
It's time for a water break.
Ouch! Belotti has fallen awkwardly on his ankle and is in trouble after a collision with Cuadrado. Torino can't afford to lose their star man.
Yellow card! Dybala goes into the book for simulation. There is simply no need for that, and like De Ligt, he will miss the match with Milan.
Save! Meite slips and Juventus almost capitialise. Douglas Costa switches it to Dybala whose shot is denied by Sirigu.
Close! Torino, to their credit, aren't giving up the fight, however. A long Aina throw-in causes mayhem and Berenguer's header almost finds the bottom corner.
Juventus have breathing space. And Ronaldo finally has a goal from a free-kick in the Serie A!
- GoalCristiano RonaldoJuventus
GOAL! Juventus 3-1 Torino (Ronaldo): Oh my, Ronaldo scores from a free-kick! It's his 25th goal of the campaign, and what a memorable one. He floats it over the wall and nestles in the corner of the goal.
Close! Danilo's shot from the edge of the penalty area is deflected just over the bar. Sirigu was rooted to the spot.
- Yellow cardArmando IzzoTorino
Yellow card! Izzo goes into the book for a silly challenge, meaning he will miss the next game through suspension.
Lyanco shoots from distance but it's always rising and never troubling Buffon. It's been end-to-end, though. This game hangs in the balance.
Close! Douglas Costa made an immediate impact coming off the bench against Genoa, and he almost does it again today! He runs down the right, cuts inside and curls a shot agonisingly wide of the far post. Sirigu was beaten all ends up.
- OffFederico BernardeschiJuventus
- OnDouglas CostaJuventus
Juve sub: Douglas Costa comes on for Bernardeschi.
Save! Verdi is looking increasingly dangerous, as Torino continue to pile the pressure on Juve. He checks inside from the right flank and curls a shot at goal. Buffon is comfortably behind it, though.
Torino have a goal disallowed! Buffon parries a Verdi shot into the path of Belotti, who fires the rebound at the woodwork. Berenguer heads it into an empty net, but the offside flag is raised. It won't count. Belotti was in an offside position.
- OffMiralem PjanicJuventus
- OnBlaise MatuidiJuventus
Juve sub: Barcelona-bound Pjanic, who suffered a knock in the first-half, makes way for Blaise Matuidi.
Torino chance! De Silvestri inadvertently blocks his team mate Verdi's goal-bound shot!
- 2nd Half
Kick-off! The second-half begins, with Torino boasting a new found belief after that controversial late penalty.
- End of 1st Half
Half-time: Juventus looked to be cruising thanks to goals from Dybala and Cuadrado, but a VAR-assisted penalty decision gives Torino a way back into the match.
- Goal by penaltyAndrea BelottiTorino
GOAL! Juventus 2-1 Torino (Belotti): Belotti smashes his penalty past Buffon and that will be the last action of the first half. Controversial.
- Yellow cardMatthijs de LigtJuventus
Penalty to Torino! VAR is in the spotlight once again. Verdi's shot hit the thigh of De Ligt and bounces onto his arm. But the referee goes to the on-field monitor and after a couple of minutes, the referee points to the penalty spot! To add insult to injury, De Ligt is also booked and will miss Tuesday's game.
There will be three minutes added on at the end of the first half.
Bernardeschi, too, is fine. Panic over.
Now there is concern over Bernadeschi who suffered a late challenge from Lukic. The stoppage allows Sarri a moment to talk with Ronaldo.
- Yellow cardMiralem PjanicJuventus
Yellow card! Yes, Pjanic is perfectly fine as he flies into a tackle on Berenguer and deservedly goes into the book.
Pjanic is back to his feet and action resumes.
Pjanic is down and in pain after being caught by Meite's arm in an accidental incident. He will be fine to continue, though.
Oh dear, that is dreadful. Ronaldo scuffs it and his shot ends up closer to the corner flag than goal.
Juve have a free-kick, 30 yards, right of centre. Dybala and Ronaldo are over it.
Buffon save! On his record breaking day, the veteran goalkeeper makes a stunning save to deny Verdi from a tight angle.
And play resumes.
The referee calls time for a water break. Torino need it.
- GoalJuan CuadradoJuventus
GOAL! Juventus 2-0 Torino (Cuadrado): It's all too easy for Juventus. They double their lead with a fine counter-attacking goal. Ronaldo sprints down the middle, throws in a few step-overs before rolling it unselfishly to Cuadrado. He steps inside and fires it into the bottom corner.
- Yellow cardLeonardo BonucciJuventus
Yellow card! Bonucci goes into the book for a high-footed tackle.
Bernardeschi latches onto a through ball but can only shoot into the side-netting from a tight angle from the right.
Juventus are playing with a swagger again. After a couple of half chances for Torino, the Old Lady have woken up. Pass, pass, pass. They're looking dangerous, too.
Who said Ronaldo and Dybala couldn't play together? They're linking up very nicely today and they terrorised Genoa on Tuesday night, too. Credit to Sarri.
Chances! Ronaldo checks inside and forces Sirigu into a save. He can only parry it into the path of Bernadeschi, who goes for the spectacular but fires an overhead kick high into the stands.
Chance for Torino! Verdi whips in a delightful cross. It's begging to be finished but Berenguer can't make the finishing touch. A swing and a miss, and a let off for Juve.
Save! Sirigu does well to hold on to Danilo's curler from 30 yards.
Close! Bentancur wriggles free of his marker to meet the corner at the near post, but his header drops just wide.
Rabiot is set free down the left flank and has all the time in the world to pick out a team mate in the penalty area. But his cross is poor. Juve have a corner, at least.
Torino conjure up a decent attacking move, as Aina forces a corner. There's a half-hearted appeal for a penalty as the ball appears to strike Rabiot's hand - but there's nothing doing.
While many players and teams have been complaining about a lack of match sharpness, Dybala seems to have hit form at the right time. We are, after all, nearing the business end of the campaign.
Torino, already, have a mountain to climb.
- GoalPaulo DybalaJuventus
GOAL! Juventus 1-0 Torino (Dybala): Well, that didn't take long! Dybala receives a lovely little pass from Cuadrado, but he has three defenders surrounding him. With a drop of the shoulder, he creates the space for a shot and curls the ball into the bottom corner with that trusty left foot. Another trademark goal. He now has five goals in five.
Not many give Torino a chance today, but with Belotti, they always have a chance. The visitors have held onto the ball quite well in the opening exchanges.
KICK-OFF! Torino get us underway!
Gonzalo Higuain is on the bench today; he has yet to play since the resumption of football having just overcome injury.
The players are making their way to the pitch. Masks and all. 'The new normal'. It's Juventus versus Torino, and it's NEXT!
TEN minutes until kick-off. Ronaldo is back to his best and is searching for goal 25 of the current campaign. Can he inspire the Old Lady to victory?
Juventus have been unbeatable at home this season, winning 13 games and drawing one. That's a remarkable record, isn't it?
It was a pleasure covering Juventus' handsome victory at Genoa on Tuesday night. Paulo Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo and Douglas Costa scored wonderful goals as Sarri's men restored their four-point lead atop of the Serie A. Looking forward to today's match. There are only 15 minutes until kick-off now.
The derby couldn't have come at a worse time for Torino: they have lost eight of their last 10 matches and are danger of being sucked into a relegation scrap.
You might best remember Simone Zaza for his missed penalty against Germany in the Euro 2016 while playing for Italy. Well, he's on the bench for Torino today against his former club. Andrea Belotti leads the visitors' front line, and is tasked with inspiring Toro to a first win over their rivals in five years.
Maurizio Sarri makes just one change to the Juve side that defeated Genoa 3-1 on Tuesday night. Club legend Gianluigi Buffon makes his 648th Serie A career appearance as he surpasses Paolo Maldini's record of 647. Apart from that, it's as you were. That means Douglas Costa, who scored a stunning third goal, is left on the bench once again.
TEAM NEWS - Juventus XI: Buffon; Cuadrado, De Ligt, Bonucci, Danilo; Bentancur, Pjanic, Rabiot; Bernardeschi, Dybala, Ronaldo.. subs: Szczesny, Pinsoglio, Rugani, Wesley, Ramsey, Matuidi, Muratore, Douglas Costa, Higuain, Olivieri. /// Torino XI: Sirigu; De Silvestri, Izzo, Lyanco, Bremer; Aina, Meite, Lukic, Berenguer; Verdi, Belotti.. subs: Ujkani, Rosati, Zaza, Ansaldi, Singo, Edera, Millico, Ghazoini, Djidji, Nkoulou, Adopo, Rincon.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of the Derby della Mole. With second-placed Lazio not in action until this evening, Juventus can open up a seven-point advantage at the summit with their seventh straight league victory. Team news to follow. Kick-off is 45 minutes away.