101 Great Goals’ prediction: Juventus 1-2 Real Madrid
Last season’s Champions League finalists collide once again, this time during the quarter-final stage, with Juventus seeking to avenge the 4-1 humiliation in Cardiff.
Whilst Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to move closer towards a record fifth Champions League title, desperate to stop him is legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon – who is going in search of his first Champions League title.
Juventus vs Real Madrid: Who will win?
Juventus are 19/10 to win on home soil in Turin.
Real Madrid are 13/8 for the away win.Goal scorer tip: Cristiano Ronaldo is 4/1 to score first with Bet365
Juventus vs Real Madrid preview
Massimiliano Allegri’s side remain one of Europe’s best defensively, conceding just five in their last 16 games in all competitions.
On Saturday, victory in Turin against AC Milan saw Juventus move four points clear of Napoli at the top of Serie A.
With their attention back on European action, the Italian giants now face the task of becoming the first side since 2015 to knock out the competition’s reigning champions.
Real Madrid comfortably saw off Las Palmas on Saturday. However, they remain 13 points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona with just eight fixtures remaining.
On Tuesday, Juve will, of course, be extra wary of Ronaldo who has been in spectacular form in the Champions League this season netting 12 times in just eight appearances.Juventus to win, Gonzalo Higuaín to have 2+ shots and Sami Khedira to win 2+ tackles: 8/1 with Ladbrokes
Juventus vs Real Madrid: 101GG preview video
Champions League last-16 review (Official videos)
As two of the favourites to win the competition collied in the last-16, it was Real Madrid who reigned victorious in the battle of the super-heavyweights, in end comfortably seeing of Paris Saint-Germain 5-2 on aggregate.
Juventus demonstrated their sheer European pedigree at Wembley to overturn a 3-2 deficit in the space of just five minutes to dump Tottenham out of the Champions League.
Juventus team news vs Real Madrid
Medhi Benatia and Miralem Pjanic will both miss Tuesday’s Champions League clash due to an accumulation of five yellow cards.
The Old Lady also face concern over the fitness of Alex Sandro who is a doubt to face Los Blancos.
Real Madrid team news vs Juventus
Real Madrid could be without both Nacho Fernandez and young full-back Achraf Hakimi with the pair struggling through injury.Real Madrid win and over 2.5 goals is 16/5 with William Hill
Juventus predicted line-up vs Real Madrid
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