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We can compare the statistics to help us decide who we believe will score more goals.
Squawka tell us that Tevez is more accurate in front of goal, with an accuracy of 69 percent in comparison to Higuain who has 53 percent accuracy in front of goal.
It is also essential to consider the strikers' duties on the pitch and whether they are required to contribute in other ways that could hinder their goalscoring ability.
Higuain appears to be there to score, with the aforementioned trident behind him tasked with supplying the creativity to the team.
Tevez, however, is more isolated, as Juve tend to position themselves slightly deeper, even when in possession, compared to Napoli.
This could force Tevez to work hard by closing the space of the opposition and looking to work the channels, which are obviously further away from goal than the normal space that Higuain will be operating in.
One of Juve's strengths is their runners from midfield, so Tevez will also be looking to get on the ball and release the likes of Vidal and Pogba into the space behind, whereas Higuain's combinations will be in and around the box, leading to more glances at goal.
With three goals each this season, it is clear that this should be a close-run battle, but I just feel that Benitez is more focused on supplying his striker with better service than Conte is.
Pipita's goals are more vital to the team's success than the goals that Carlitos supplies for Juve, therefore I choose Higuain to score roughly three to five more league goals than Tevez in Italy this campaign.