When? Wednesday 11th April, 19:45 (UK)
Where? Santiago Bernabeu
What channel is it on? BT Sport 2
Are tickets still available?
Where can I stream the match? BT Sport subscribers can stream the match online via the BT Sport website
All-time meetings: Real Madrid W6, Juventus W5, D2
It’s not often that you see a player on the opposing side get a standing ovation from the home fans, but that is exactly what happened in Turin last week as Cristiano Ronaldo turned in another masterful Champions League performance.
His second goal was an exquisite bicycle kick and one that edged Real Madrid closer to the semi-finals, something that was further solidified by the time Marcelo scored to make it 3-0 - a scoreline that leaves Juventus with a lot to do in the second leg.
With Real having three away goals in the bank, Juventus must score first to have any chance of progression. However, in the search of goals they also need to make sure that they are watertight at the back.
Should Cristiano Ronaldo add to his legendary tally of goals in this competition then it will all but wrap up the tie. Juventus were soundly beaten in the first leg and although they may put up more resistance this time around, all signs point to a home win for the holders.