Valencia vs Juventus live streaming
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Match: Valencia vs Juventus
Competition: Champions League
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Valencia vs Juventus live streaming: Match preview
Valencia were outstanding last season under Marcelino and are delighted to be back after three years without Champions League football.
They’ve not made a good start to the season though and are yet to win a La Liga game.
However, the Mestalla will be bouncing for the return of a European giant to eastern Spain.
Juventus have come very close to European glory in recent years.
Under Massimiliano Allegri they have got to two finals, losing both, and last season were dumped out by Ronaldo’s Real in the last 8.
However, €100 million later, Ronaldo is in their corner and they surely feel they have a great chance of going all the way to Madrid in May.
It won’t be an easy first assignment but a win would put down a marker.