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  1. Leaders Juve seven clear at top of Serie A
  2. Torino now won just one of the past 20 derbies

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By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Arrivederci!

    Time for us to pack our bags and head to the departure lounge - we're leaving Italy. 

    Juve fans might want to join us again tomorrow when we will be finding out who Max Allegri's side will draw in the Champions League last 16.

    Join us then. Arrivederci!

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    Torino 1-3 Juventus


    So Juventus take another step towards a sixth straight Scudetto with a hard-fought win on enemy territory. A big statement. Some bookies might decide to pay out on a Juve title win before Christmas.

    The Old Lady are now SEVEN points clear, although the winner of Monday's clash between Roma and Milan can slash that back to four.

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    Rishi Verma: Very professional today. Our boys kept at it against a determined opponent, despite going 1-0 down. Stuff of champions.

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    Torino 1-3 Juventus

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    Torino 1-3 Juventus


    Torino 1-3 Juventus

    All over. Juventus go seven points clear at the top of Serie A. The away players lap up the acclaim of the travelling supporters, the Torino boys trudge off in misery.

    Torino v Juventus
  7. GOAL - Torino 1-3 Juventus

    Miralem Pjanic

    Harsh. Harsh on Joe Hart. Harsh on Torino.

    The England keeper makes a superb double save, denying Gonzalo Higuain his hat-trick from close range and then blocking Miralem Pjanic's drive on the follow up.

    But Hart can do nothing when the ball rebounds to Pjanic's feet again, the Bosnian drilling underneath the Torino man.

    Paulo Dybala is the architect for Juve, dancing in from the right flank to play in Higuain initially.

    Gonzalo Higuain
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    Torino 1-2 Juventus

    Juve play the smart game, slowing the pace down, going into the corners. A young Torino fan looks to the gloomy sky and prays...


    Torino 1-2 Juventus

    How long have Torino got left to salvage a point? Four minutes of stoppage time.

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    Torino 1-2 Juventus

    Gonzalo Higuain is alive. He pounces on another ball into the box, swivelling to sweep a rising right-foot shot over the Torino bar..

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    Torino 1-2 Juventus

    Not much noise inside the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino now. An air of resignation among the home fans.

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    Torino 1-2 Juventus

    I feel sorry for Torino. A draw would have been about fair. Well, it still might be. Five minutes to go...

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    Torino 1-2 Juventus

    The camera pans onto a disconsolate Torino fan. He looks like he has just been told he's lost his job. Miserable.

  14. GOAL - Torino 1-2 Juventus

    Gonzalo Higuain

    Punished. Whether this has anything to do with that trio of changes made by Torino boss Sinisa Mihajlovic is open to debate.

    I'd argue it has. Torino are not organised, undone by a long ball forward. And Gonzalo Higuain takes advantage by drilling in a clinical finish.

    Gonzalo Higuain

    Torino 1-1 Juventus

    A flurry of substitutions from both sides. Torino make three switches, with Juve going for their final change. How will that affect the derby?

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    Torino 1-1 Juventus

    Another half chance for the Old Lady. Gonzalo Higuain goes for goal himself, Joe Hart watches the ball fly harmlessly past.

    Joe Hart
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    Torino 1-1 Juventus

    Juventus have not offered much attacking threat since the break. Only really that Sami Khedira header which worried the hosts. Sub Mario Lemina tries to change that, driving forward from the halfway line. He ignores Gonzalo Higauin on his left, firing over Joe Hart's crossbar instead.

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    Torino 1-1 Juventus

    Fifteen minutes to go. Are Juventus going to record their first draw of the Serie A season? Or can someone - whether they are wearing maroon or black and white - pop up with a winner?

    Torino v Juventus
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    Torino 1-1 Juventus

    How has this not gone in?! Torino do not know. Adam Ljajic cannot believe his curling effort has not made the net ripple. Inches past the far post. Ljajic stands motionless for about 30 seconds, his open mouth covered by his hands. Pure disbelief.


    Torino 1-1 Juventus

    Another attacking change by Juventus. Can Paulo Dybala provide some creativity? The visors hope so. Mario Mandzukic is replaced and he does not look too happy about it.