Two European heavyweights clash in Turin tonight as Juventus take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League clash (KO 19:45).
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Bundesliga league leaders Bayern Munich will continue their quest to add European supremacy to domestic dominance when they take on Serie A side Juventus later this evening.
The Bavarian outfit are amongst the favourites to lift the Champions League and will head into the clash with the Old Lady with an 8 point lead at the top of the German top flight.
Pep Guardiola’s side maintained their advantage at the top at the weekend as they came from a goal down to beat Darmstadt 3-1. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller (2) were the goal-scorers for Bayern with both expected to be key men again midweek.
Forward Muller knows his side will need to be as their most ruthless if they are overcome last year’s runners-up. Speaking ahead of the game, the German star told the club’s official website, “It’s going to be a difficult match, Juve are clever, the stadium is superb. I’m looking forward to it.
“We failed to make best use out of our chances, which is what caused our problems. We have to deliver a different performance against Juventus.
“We didn’t play so badly, we had quite a lot of chances, more than we had hoped for, but we didn’t make the most of them. We turned the game round, which shows we’re in good spirits.”
The clash will also see Arturo Vidal come face to face with his former employers. The Chilean midfielder has impressed at Bayern, scoring three goals in 32 appearances. Meanwhile former Bayern forward Mario Mandzukic could miss out playing against his old club due to thigh injury.
Giorgio Chiellini (calf) and Alex Sandro (thigh) are also likely to miss out while for Bayern Jerome Boateng (groin) and Javi Martinez (knee) are ruled out along with Holger Badstuber.
Franck Ribery and Mario Gotze are both available after overcoming long-term injuries.
Much has been made of Juventus’s domestic form this season in Serie A but they do face a very significant challenge in the form of the German Champions.
That said, the 11/4 on the Juventus home win is sure to attract plenty of attention, but with the Germans having a superb record against the Italian side in recent years you wouldn’t back against Pep Guardiola’s side taking back a result to Bavaria for the second leg.
The score draw, 1-1, does offer some value at 6/1, with both sides possessing players capable of unlocking defences, while again, both managers would certainly want to avoid defeat.
It should be a scintillating tie in Turin, just make sure you don’t miss a kick.
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