Kane & Buffon

Bad for Tottenham: Juventus get a big boost

Paulo Dybala & Juventus

In two weeks time at Wembley, Tottenham will be looking to knock Juventus out of the Champions League.

If the match in London finsihed 0-0 after 90 minutes, Tottenham will book their spot in the quarterfinals.

However it’s unlikely to be easy for Spurs, despite their fabulous result in Turin in the first leg.

Juventus will be boosted for the second leg, as reports in Italy on Thursday confirm that Paulo Dybala is poised to make his Bianconeri comeback.

Indeed, Dybala is expected to feature for Juventus this weekend in the Turin derby against Torino.

Dybala has been out of action for over a month after the Argentine suffered a hamstring injury against Cagliari.

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As confirmed by Gazzetta dello Sport, Dybala is set to be on the bench this weekend.

Will Dybala be fit for the Tottenham match? That’s the expectation.

It’s also been confirmed that Mario Mandukic’s injury suffered against Spurs was minor. He’s also set to feature against Torino.

Tottenham’s Champions League odds crash

But could Tottenham win the most prestigious club competition in world football?

The 2-2 draw at Juventus has given renewed belief that Spurs could make history this season.

Indeed, Mauricio Pochettino’s men have already proven themselves against Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund this year.

And with the likes of Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, Mousa Dembele and Dele Alli, why can’t they go all the way?

The bookies have reaction to Tottenham’s Juventus draw by cutting their odds of winning the lot to 13/1.

Kane and Eriksen scored for Spurs in Italy after Juve had raced out into an early two-goal lead.

Gonzalo Higuain scored twice for the Italians, however Higuain was also something of a villain on the night as he missed the opportunity to complete his hat-trick from the penalty spot on the stroke of halftime.

Also see: Ostersunds Twitter account trolls Arsenal during Spurs match.

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