Juventus host Ajax in a perfectly poised Champions League quarterfinal second leg on Tuesday night. In the first leg, Cristiano Ronaldo's first-half goal was cancelled out by David Neres' second-half strike.
Ajax have already knocked out Real Madrid thanks to a giant-sized away leg win. The Dutch side have the chance to knock out one of the tournament's heavyweights once more. Juventus will need to be at their best for the fixture as Ajax will capitalise on their mistakes.
Juventus were shocked at the weekend as 14th-place SPAL came from 1-0 down to win 2-1. The Bianconeri gave up two goals in the final 40 minutes to suffer their second defeat of the Serie A season. The loss should be taken with a grain of salt as manager Massimiliano Allegri played a side featuring numerous reserve players.
Meanwhile, Ajax hammered Excelsior 6-2 in the Eredivisie. The Dutch club was powered by Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's hat-trick. Ajax lead the Eredivisie thanks to goal difference over rivals PSV Eindhoven.
Juventus go into the match as the favourite at 8/11 best-price. Ajax are a best-price of 9/2 in the betting to win in 90 minutes.
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Ronaldo's fitness was a big concern for Juventus ahead of the first leg fixture in Amsterdam. His return was vital as the striker scored Juventus' lone goal. That away goal is now what separates the two clubs and will enable the Bianconeri to progress if Tuesday night's fixture ends nil-nil.
The Portuguese hitman was rested at the weekend along with several other players that will return to Juventus' starting XI.
That isn't to say Allegri will be able to field his best team. Giorgio Chiellini, Martin Caceres, Emre Can, Douglas Costa, and Blaise Matuidi are all set to miss out.
Ajax manager Erik ten Hag doesn't have the same worries and will be able to select the same starting XI that drew with Juventus one week ago if he chooses.
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Ronaldo was born for the big stage. His first-half header in Amsterdam showed his drive as he got ahead of the defence to nod the ball home. If Juventus are going through, Ronaldo may be the man to get the goal. They have relied on him in big games already.
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In the previous round, but clubs showed they can score plenty of goals. Ajax came to life against Real Madrid scoring four goals in the second leg. Meanwhile, Juventus scored three against Atletico. These sides can score and Ajax must find a goal at least once to have a chance of going through.
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Ajax have not been fazed by any of the teams they have come up against in the Champions League this season. They drew against Bayern Munich twice in the group stage before putting Real Madrid out thanks to a Dutch masterclass at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The Dutch side has been put together to win trophies and this could be their only shot as players will be sold in the summer.
Juventus have injury issues and if Ronaldo is unable to have the same kind of game he did against Atletico, the Bianconeri may be in deep trouble.
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