Juventus 4/1 to progress against Porto

Juventus 4/1 to progress against Porto

Juventus 4/1 to progress against Porto

Porto must follow in Barcelona's footsteps and achieve a Champions League first on Tuesday if they are to overcome Juventus and reach the quarter-finals.

Despite Juventus' two away goals, Porto will look to start the game on the front foot.

A switch to a 4-2-3-1 in January has certainly prompted Juventus to begin showing their full potential and allowed the likes of Miralem Pjanic, Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain to express their full talents.

Porto had their best chance early in the second half when Francisco Soares broke down the left and outmuscled Mehdi Benatia but the Brazilian, who has scored 10 goals in his last seven league games, shot wide with only Buffon to beat. So a treble is still possible.

"Together we can have a great end to the season".

Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley predict who will move on to the Champions League quarterfinals.

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That was the closest it had got to winning Europe's premier club competition since it was defeated in the final by AC Milan in 2003.

Playing for titles in three competitions makes for a hectic schedule, however.

"The first leg was hard for us because we were reduced to 10 men, but that happens in football", he said.

"That's what we want and what our fans want".

The Champions League match between Juventus and Porto will be broadcast live on FS2 and the FoxSoccer2Go apps, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscriptions. "We can have a good game on Tuesday and ensure our fans go home happy with what they've seen at the stadium". "Juventus haven't been beaten for a long time in Turin, but sooner or later it's going to happen".

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