Dybala was injured shortly after scoring the game's first goal, converting Manuel Locatelli's lay-off from the edge of the penalty area. After appearing to injure the back of his thigh in an awkward landing from a challenge, he departed the pitch in tears.
Chelsea and Juventus both won their Champions League first matches. The encounter on Wednesday could be crucial in determining the group's winners.
Allegri will have been pleased with his side's triumph over Sampdoria on Sunday, but Dybala's absence is a blow. It's only their second league victory in as many games this season.
Allegri also stated that Alvaro Morata, a former Chelsea striker, will miss Juventus' next two matches.
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