Wednesday’s Champions League quarter-final second legs should see both Juventus and Real Madrid reach the last four, albeit in nail-biting fashion.
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Monaco 0-0 Juventus @ 11/2
Tighter than a jazzer’s snare in the first leg, this tie only looks set to get more cagey now, with the Old Lady likely to be more concerned with preserving their 1-0 aggregate lead than augmenting it.
Juve were unbeaten in 13 on the road before a changed side went down to Parma at the weekend, shutting out no fewer than 10 of their last 14 rivals, Borussia Dortmund among them.
The hosts stand every chance of keeping up their end of the defensive bargain too having denied eight of their 13 visitors this year, including Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon, a single goal.
Yet they’ve also been shut out on more than enough occasions (six) during that sequence to suggest the Italians can emerge from the two legs with their defensive virtue preserved.
Real Madrid 0-0 Atletico Madrid @ 7/1
Los Blancos may have failed to chisel an advantage from their first-leg trip to Vicente Calderon, but that goalless draw still represented real progress in what has been a chequered recent El Derbi madrileno history.
It was their first clean sheet against Diego Simeone’s side in eight meetings and, with the possession dynamic likely to alter little at Santiago Bernabeu, the Merengues have every right to expect another one.
However, the hosts have failed to net in three of their last four outings against Los Colchoneros, meaning this clash could be destined to go into extra-time, just as Atleti’s round-of-16 clash with Bayer Leverkusen did.
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