Juventus may be marching towards the title, but they risk a ban on their home stadium after racist abuse was aimed at Milan’s players in tonight's 1-0 win .
The Bianconeri have already received several fines and warnings, so could be forced to play a match behind closed doors.
Despite the Juve ultras group Drughi releasing a statement  urging their members not to use racist insults, there were monkey noises aimed towards Kevin-Prince Boateng in the warm-up.
Boateng heard them and reacted, putting his finger to his lips to shut them up. A message was read over the tannoy system warning the hooligans to stop.
To make matters worse, the next home match against Palermo will probably see Juve clinch the Scudetto and that game could well be played behind closed doors.
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