Serie A: Serie A, Juventus, Juventus 2-0 Atalanta

On the opening day of the 2017-18 Serie A season, Juventus and Atalante were given a great opportunity to put their differences aside for one final hurrah in the Champions League.

In the 92nd minute, Juve found the net in the dying moments to claim a 2-2 draw.

With the Italians now set to face Juventus in the quarterfinals, the game is set to be an interesting one.

The two sides will face each other twice, once in the semi-finals and once in a final.

As the draw between the sides was made a little earlier than anticipated, both teams were not able to play their best games.

The result means that the semi/final will take place on the weekend of the 26th of October and will be played in Turin.

This match will feature the Juventus, who will hope to be on top of their game.

Atalantes will have a chance to improve their results after they lost the 2-1 to Milan, and have a tough game against Juventus who were already favourites for the top spot.

This is the match to watch for the second leg of the semi.

Both teams have a few injuries to deal with but both teams will be hoping that the result is not as dire as the first leg, which was decided by two goals.

This will also give the hosts a chance of reaching the final.

At Altezio are one of the most difficult teams to predict, as they have many different players who are capable of scoring and creating chances.

The Bianconeri have two goals in their side and have scored three times in the past four matches.

With their striker, Nani, out for the year due to injury, they will be without Paulo Dybala, their most dangerous player.

As usual, Atalieri will have to make do with the two strikers who are also injured: Gianluigi Donnarumma and Marco Verratti.

Donnarumsi has only started the season on the bench and has only played five minutes of game time this season, which is a big disappointment for the coach.

Verrattig, who was signed as a replacement for Mario Mandzukic, was also absent for the match due to a thigh injury.

As for Verrato, he started the match, but did not make any key contributions.

In fact, he had one shot on target, which should have been enough to earn a penalty kick.

He was also given a yellow card.

A late penalty kick in the 85th minute by Alessandro Del Piero could have changed the outcome of the game, but was not.

In all likelihood, the Bianconero will reach the quarter-finals, which means that Atalanti will play Juventus in front of their own fans.

Juve and Atelanta will have the chance to prove that they can compete for the Serie A title and the Champions league.

It is a game that should see both teams on the attack, as Juve are capable to score a lot of goals and create chances.

It will be interesting to see if Atalancea can get back to the top of the table after losing three of their past four.

The winner of the match will go to the quarter finals, where Juventus and the reigning champions, Juventus will face off in a showdown.