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    Barcelona Vs Juventus Match Predictions

    Barcelona Team News

    Barcelona welcome Sergio Busquets back after he missed the 3-0 loss in the first leg through suspension.

    Luis Enrique may revert to the same team that started their historical win over Paris Saint-Germain in the last round as Barcelona look for another miracle here.

    The Barcelona manager was reportedly unhappy with Mascherano's performance in the first leg and he could make way here, although he is an injury doubt anyway.

    Neymar, Ivan Rakitic and Gerard Pique will incur a suspension in European competition if they are booked here.


    Juventus Team News

    Paulo Dybala sprained his ankle at the weekend but will reportedly be fine to start against Barcelona on Wednesday.

    No major changes are expected from the side that beat Barcelona 3-0 in the first leg as Max Allegri's side look to manage their advantage.

    Juan Cuadrado is one booking away from suspension in UEFA competition.


    Match Facts

    Juventus have kept a clean sheet in 7 of their last 9 matches (UEFA Champions League).

    Juventus have won their last 5 matches (UEFA Champions League).

    There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 8 of Barcelona's last 9 games (UEFA Champions League).


    Prediction


    Barcelona will need another miracle if they are to progress into the next stage of the Champions League. They are 3-0 down from the first leg but have an incredible home record in the competition. Luis Enrique has won all 15 home games in the Champions League since he took charge and they haven't lost at the Camp Nou in the competition since May 2013.

    Juventus, however, have won all four of their Champions League away matches this season and have only conceded one goal in that time. Max Allegri's side haven't even conceded a goal in Europe in their last 441 minutes of action and are best equipped to stop a free-scoring Barcelona side. They'd become the first side since Bayern Munich in May 2013 to prevent Barcelona from scoring over two legs in a Champions League match.

    Barcelona are averaging 4.5 goals per game over their last six home games in all competitions, which would be enough to see them through to the next round, but then Juventus are a better side than Paris Saint-Germain and their first leg advantage should be enough to see them through.


    Barcelona 2-1 Juventus

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    Barcelona 2-2 Juventus

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    time for messi to join ARSENAL hahaha

 

 

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