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Preview: A Look At Stefano Pioli's Record Against Juventus and Maurizio Sarri Ahead of Juventus vs Milan

A look at Pioli vs Juventus, Sarri vs Milan and Pioli vs Sarri.

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AC Milan take on Juventus today and we take a look at the head to head records of the managers against each other and the opposing teams. Pioli and Sarri have both coached a number of Italian sides with the former starting in the league in 2010 and the latter getting here in 2014. Here's a look at their records:

Stefano Pioli vs JUVENTUS

Pioli has never beaten Juventus and more worryingly has ten consecutive losses to Juventus in the league between his time at Bologna, Lazio, Inter Milan and Fiorentina. More frighteningly, his sides have failed to score against Juventus in his last five encounters against the Bianconeri.

(L) Fiorentina 0 - 3 Juventus

(L) Fiorentina 0 - 2 Juventus

(L) Juventus 1 - 0 Fiorentina

(L) Juventus 1 - 0 Inter

(L) Lazio 0 - 2 Juventus

Maurizio Sarri vs AC MILAN

Sarri has an impeccable record against Milan, he has drawn four times - twice with Napoli and twice with Empoli - but has won the rest. He has never lost a single game to the Rossoneri with arguably weaker sides than his current Juventus against stronger sides than the current Milan.

(D) Milan 0 - 0 Napoli

(W) Napoli 2 - 1 Milan

(W) Milan 1 - 2 Napoli

(W) Napoli 4 - 2 Milan

(D) Napoli 1 - 1 Milan


Sarri and Pioli have also faced off a number of times in the past but Sarri dominates again. In their past five encounters in the league, Pioli won once - the most recent meeting - while Sarri has won three and the pair have shared the spoils once. Sarri sides have failed to score against Pioli in their last two encounters, however, Pioli sides have only managed to score once against a Sarri-led team.

(Pioli) Fiorentina 3 - 0 Napoli

(Draw) Napoli 0 - 0 Fiorentina

(Sarri) Inter 0 - 1 Napoli

(Sarri) Napoli 3 - 0 Inter

(Sarri) Lazio 0 - 2 Napoli