How Juventus will line up without Mario Mandzukic vs Tottenham

Tottenham vs Juventus

All eyes will be on Wembley Stadium on Wednesday night.

Tottenham have an amazing opportunity to dump Juventus out of this season’s Champions League.

Spurs picked up an excellent 2-2 draw in Turin in the first leg. But can they finish the job in the English capital?

Mauricio Pochettino’s men should be full of confidence, having beaten Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid in the competition already.

Gonzalo Higuain in, Mario Mandzukic out

On Tuesday afternoon, Juventus confirmed their squad for the Champions League match at Tottenham.

The big news for the Bianconeri is that Argentine international Gonzalo Higuain is back in the squad.

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Higuain suffered an ankle injury after the Spurs first leg, and he’s missed the last two matches.

But it’s not all good news for Juve, as Croatian star Mario Mandzukic is out vs Tottenham.

Mandzukic has to miss the trip to London because of a muscle problem.

Federico Bernardeschi and Juan Cuadrado are also out of contention with ongoing injury problems.

Predicted line-ups: Tottenham vs Juventus

On Wednesday morning several news outlet in England and Italy have been predicting how the sides will line up at Wembley.

The Tottenham team seems pretty settled as Pochettino is set to deploy a 4-2-3-1 formation.

As for Juventus, Mandzukic’s absence down Juve’s left hand side could be filled by Dybala plugging that gap.

Times Predicted line-ups: Tottenham vs Juventus

Higuain is expected to come back into the Juve attack, while Douglas Costa will complete a 3-man forward line down the left.

It’s also worth noting that Blaise Matuidi is also set to play for the Bianconeri. The influential French international missed the first leg through injury.

CdS Predicted line-ups: Tottenham vs Juventus

Also see: Tottenham vs Juventus predictions: Champions League preview, line-ups & football betting tips.

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