Champions League In Focus – Juventus vs Barcelona Preview

When? Wednesday 22nd November, 19:45 (UK)

Where? Allianz Stadium

What channel is it on? BT Sport ESPN

Are tickets still available?

Juventus & Barcelona -

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Head-to-head – last five meetings: Juventus W1, Barcelona W3, D1
Head-to-head – all-time meetings*: Juventus W5, Barcelona W6, D3 *(includes International Champions Cup and Latin Cup fixtures)

Juventus are undefeated in 17 of their last 19 Champions League matches and the two defeats have both come at the hands of Spanish opposition - Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Barcelona are undefeated in their last five Champions League matches.

In terms of Champions League meetings between the two clubs, a draw is the most recurring outcome with three of their six meetings ending that way.

Barcelona just edge proceedings in terms of total goals in Champions League meetings; from the six encounters they have scored eight goals to Juventus’ seven.

Paulo Dybala has made the most key passes from set pieces in the Champions League this season, with seven.

Barcelona require an average of nine shots on goal before scoring in the Champions League this season, while Juventus in comparison require 13.8 to get the same end result.

Barcelona top both the average possession and passing accuracy in the Champions League this season at 64.1% and 89.5% respectively. In comparison, Juventus find themselves with the 10th best average possession and ninth best passing accuracy – 55.8% and 85.9%.

Barcelona have profited from the most own goals in the Champions League this season (two).

Juventus have both scored and conceded five goals in the competition this season - an average of 1.25 goals for and against per game.

Barcelona have only conceded one goal in the Champions League this season, with the only player to breach their defence being Dimitris Nikolaou of Olympiakos.

The 2015 Champions League final was contested between these two clubs and it would be the Catalan giants who would lift the coveted trophy thanks to a 3-1 win over Juventus in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium.