Under 1.5 goals (2/1)
Both teams have strong defensive records this season and could find the other tough to break down.
Villarreal have conceded an average of less than a goal per game this season in La Liga.
Juventus also averaged less than a goal per game conceded and therefore Tuesday's cash could be a cagey affair.
Dusan Vlahovic to score first (5/1)
Vlhoic has made a strong impression since arriving at Juventus in January.
Despite netting just once, the striker has produced some impressive performances.
He will be desperate to score on his Champions League debut on Tuesday.
Match preview: Villarreal CF vs Juventus
Villarreal have enjoyed a strong run of form in La Liga recently.
The Yellow Subramine have gone four games unbeaten, icluding a draw against Real Madrid.
Unai Emery's side have moved back in conetion for the top four having won eight of their last 10 games.
Villarreal secured sceond place in Group F to book their spot in the Round of 16.
They edged out Atalnata to the final qualification spot.
Juventus win twice in last five
Juventus have managed to win just twice in their last five matches.
The Bianconeri have however managed to climb back into the top four.
Their last two Serie A matches hav both ended 1-1 with draws against both Atalanta and Torino.
Juve topped their group as they beat Chelsea to top spot, with the Blues dropping points on the final round of fixtures.
Villarreal CF team news
Villarreal will be without talisman Gerard Moreno who is out with an injury.
He joins Francis Coquelin, Ruben Pena and Etienne Capoue on the sidelines
Juventus team news
Paulo Dybala is expected to make the bench despite suffering a knock on the weekend.
Daniele Rugani, Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci are all sidelined.
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