With a one-goal advantage from the first leg, where they prevented their opponents securing a potentially crucial away goal, Juventus are cracking value at 3/5 to go through to the quarter finals of the Champions League at Borussia Dortmund.
A draw would do nicely for Massimiliano Allegri’s side, especially if they can grab a goal on the road themselves, and there are plenty of reasons to believe Jurgen Klopp’s side won’t have enough in their armoury to beat the Serie A champions.
Juventus are on a rampant 11-game unbeaten away run since being sucker-punched by a last minute strike from Genoa’s Luca Antonini at Stadio Luigi Ferraris back in last October, and have taken in some heady sights during that run.
The next three sides behind the Italian league leaders, namely Roma, Lazio and Napoli, have given up seven points to the Old Lady in their backyards over the past four months, which has helped Allegri’s men build a seemingly unassailable 14-point lead ahead of an expected fourth Scudetto win on the spin.
Furthermore, Juventus have only failed to find the net once in their past 18 fixtures all told, and struck in each of their last eight games, so an away goal that would certainly help to see them through in Germany looks likely.
BvB have got their act together of late after an awful 2014/15 campaign so far by their standards, during which they’ve already lost 13 times and won just one of ten matches between mid-November and early February.
Five wins and two draws from Klopp’s side’s past eight fixtures sees Dortmund back in contention for a top-four finish in the Bundesliga, but their home form is still patchy.
Klopp’s highly-valued group have failed to win four of their past six fixtures in front of the faithful, conceding in all but two of those half-dozen games.
Their home record in Europe may be impressive, with 11 Champions League wins out of 14 on their own patch since the start of 2012/13.
However, with Dortmund losing to the likes of Hamburg, Hannover and Augsburg at the Westfalenstadion so far this season, Juventus will rightly fancy their chances of avoiding defeat.
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