Match : Tottenham Hotspur vs Juventus
Competition : Champions League
Time / Date : 21:45h / 7 March 2018
Venue : Wembley
Tottenham hold a slender advantage after the first leg having battled from 2-0 down to draw 2-2. Given their splendid home form, they’ll be confident of progressing past Juventus, but need to guard against complacency here.
Juventus haven’t lost a competitive match since a 3-2 loss to Sampdoria back in November. Since then, they’ve won 17 of 20 competitive matches and boast the Champions League experience to edge past Tottenham.
Serge Aurier (Yellow card suspension)
Federico Bernardeschi (Knee injury), Carlo Pinsoglio (hand injury), Mattia De Sciglio (Hamstring Injury), Juan Cuadrado (Pubalgia)
The first leg clash at Turin on 13th February 2018 is the only competitive meeting between Juventus and Tottenham.
Spurs are unbeaten against Italian clubs at home with the 7 matches so far seeing 4 wins and 3 draws.
Juventus have a poor record in English soil after managing just 3 wins from their 21 visits so far, drew 6 and lost 12.
Spurs have won their last seven matches at Wembley, however, conceding just the once in that run, and have the means to secure a place in the quarter-final.