Juventus vs Lazio last five H2Hs: Home advantage the key

Juventus and Lazio are set to go head-to-head in the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia on Tuesday, 2 April with the competition representing both teams' final chance at silverware this season. Juventus are currently 13 points ahead of Lazio in the Serie A table but that doesn't tell the whole story as form and recent H2H battles suggest that Lazio have more than a puncher's chance on Tuesday night.

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Juventus have a superior record in the Juventus vs Lazio overall H2H record – Photo by Icon Sport

Juventus vs Lazio H2H record

The Juventus vs Lazio rivalry is one that has been ongoing for nearly 100 years with the first competitive meeting between the two clubs coming in the 1929/30 season. Juventus won that encounter 1-0 and they have gone on to dominate this fixture in the years since. In total, Juventus and Lazio have played against each other 184 times.

  • Juventus Wins: 96
  • Draws: 42
  • Lazio Wins: 45

The two teams have faced off in plenty of big matches over the years, including three Coppa Italia finals in 2004, 2015 and 2017. Lazio came out on top in the earliest one, a final played over two legs, while Juventus have won the two most recent finals.

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Dusan Vlahovic returns to action on Tuesday night after missing the last match due to suspension – Photo by Icon Sport

Juventus vs Lazio last five H2Hs

Lazio 1-0 Juventus – 30th March 2024

The most recent Juventus vs Lazio H2H took place on 30th March 2024 at the Stadio Olimpico. Juventus went into the match with very little to play for after falling behind Inter Milan in the title race while Lazio were at the beginning of a new era with Igor Tudor taking charge of his first match at the club. Tudor, who was previously the assistant manager at Juventus, kicked off his reign in the best possible way with a 1-0 win over the Old Lady.

Juventus 3-1 Lazio – 16th September 2023

Earlier in the 2023/24 season, Juventus overcame Lazio 3-1 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin. Juventus had made a quick start to the new Serie A season and continued their impressive start with a good win over their old rivals from the capital. Dusan Vlahovic scored a brace for the home side with Federico Chiesa getting the other. Lazio's consolation goal came through Luis Alberto.

Lazio 2-1 Juventus – 8th April 2023

Towards the end of the 2022/23 season, Lazio faced Juventus at the Stadio Olimpico with the home side aiming to finish 2nd in the Serie A. Juventus were in limbo with points deductions being given and taken away every few weeks. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic gave the home side an early lead but Juventus managed to level things up before half time thanks to Adrien Rabiot. The winner came in the second half through Mattia Zaccagni.

Juventus 1-0 Lazio – 2nd February 2023

The last time the two teams met in the Coppa Italia was in the 2022/23 season in the quarter-finals. The match was set up nicely with the two teams separated by just one place in the Serie A table but it was Juventus who qualified for the semi-finals. On the night, the only goal of the game came from Bremer on the stroke of half time.  The win proved to be inconsequential as Juventus were knocked out by Inter Milan over two legs in the semis.

Juventus 3-0 Lazio – 13th November 2022

One of Juventus' biggest wins over Lazio in recent years came in November 2022 on home soil. Moise Kean, who was back on loan at the Old Lady after a disappointing spell in the Premier League with Everton, scored a brace to knock the stuffing out of Lazio before Arkadiusz Milik rounded off the victory with a third late on.

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Adam Marusic scored the winner in the last match between the two sides – Photo by Icon Sport

Potential MVP – Dusan Vlahovic

Dusan Vlahovic is having his best season in a Juventus shirt after two indifferent campaigns following his move from Fiorentina in 2021. The Serbian centre forward was tipped for big things when he made the move and his phenomenal potential is now being realised in Turin.

Vlahovic has scored 15 goals this season and provided a further four assists. He is currently six goals shy of matching his previous best of 21 for Fiorentina and with a minimum of ten games of the season to go, he will fancy his chances of reaching that target.

Key trend

In each of the Juventus vs Lazio last five H2Hs, the team playing at home has come out on top which bodes well if you are a Juventus fan. With this tie being played over two legs, both teams will have a chance to play in front of their home supporters so Juventus will be looking to fill their boots before the return leg in Rome. Juventus to win with a -1 handicap is priced at 11/5 (3.20).

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Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance Sports Journalist with ten years of experience covering football in the United Kingdom and abroad for various publications including the Manchester Evening News, UtdReport and Football Whispers. Andy also has a keen interest in basketball, cricket, golf and tennis and has covered major sporting events such as the Masters in Augusta.