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For all of Barca’s attacking menace, Juve are no slouches in the final third, either. In fact, manager Massimiliano Allegri’s options have been boosted by the news Croatian target man Mario Mandzukic is fit enough to feature on Tuesday, per Goal’s Anthony Sormani.
Mandzukic is a force in the air and offers an effective physical complement to the pace and trickery of forward Paulo Dybala and winger Juan Cuadrado. Yet it’s a familiar foe to Barcelona who makes Juventus tick up top.
Former Real Madrid man Gonzalo Higuain remains arguably the most effective centre-forward on the continent. The Argentinian has scored 27 goals in all competitions this season, according to WhoScored.com.
This is a mouthwatering matchup between Champions League heavyweights. Barcelona will certainly be favored, but it would be unwise to count out a Juventus club that has been firing on all cylinders all season.
Juventus need to come out of the first leg on Tuesday with a lead, and without having given up more than one away goal. Juve are unbeaten in 21 European competition matches at Juventus Stadium; they’ll need this trend to continue to have a shot at upsetting Barcelona.
As they’ve already shown, Barca are capable of erasing even the most disastrous first-leg result. That being said, they would love to go into the return leg at Camp Nou on April 19 within a goal or better, and they should. Barcelona will surely be good for a few goals in the second leg, securing their passage to the semifinals in the process.
Juventus are Sky Bet’s 6/4 favourites to win on the night but Barcelona, who are 9/5 for a first-leg lead, are odds-on to reach the semi-finals. Gonzalo Higuain and Lionel Messi are joint favourites in the first goalscorer market at 4/1 apiece, while Luis Suarez (9/2) and Paulo Dybala (6/1) follow closely behind.