Juventus' Carlos Tevez (L) fights for the ball with Sassuolo's Domenico Berardi during their Italian Serie A soccer match at Juventus Stadium in Turin March 9, 2015. REUTERS/Giorgio Perottino
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Juventus visit Palermo Saturday looking to reinforce their sizeable Serie A lead but with one eye firmly on booking their ticket for the Champions League quarterfinals.Although Palermo are a tough nut to crack at home – their only defeat was a resounding 4-0 reverse to Lazio last September – Allegri is expected to keep some legs fresh for Wednesday.Last week's stalemate at Chievo was Roma's eighth draw in nine league games and Sampdoria, 2-0 winners over Cagliari last week when Samuel Eto'o hit his maiden goal for the club, will have no fear at the Stadio Olimpico.Inter host struggling Cesena three days after a 3-1 defeat to Europa League last 16 opponents Wolfsburg while Milan travel to Fiorentina looking for only their third away win of the season.
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