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A Champions League Final Like No Other

The UCL is coming to an end, so let’s take a look at what might make this final match so special.

The male player with the most caps in soccer history, Gianluigi Buffon has brought much joy to the Juventus and the semi-finals of the Champions League was yet another great moment for him, in addition to being his 100th game in this competition. With a final result of 2-0 and then 2-1 winning over Monaco, only one goal has been made against Juventus during this year’s UCL and Buffon – named four times the best goalkeeper in the world- has had a lot to do with that.

 

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Champions League Final: Juventus vs Real Madrid Prediction

With Atletico Madrid and Monaco eliminated in the semi-finals of the Champions League, we now have two teams left; Real Madrid and Juventus. On Saturday 3rd June, at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, the two will be facing off against each other in what is set to be a thrilling Champions League Final. With two fantastic teams in the final, it can be tough to choose a winner. However, we have a firm idea about which way the match is likely to go.

This is probably one of the toughest Champions League finals to predict. You see; both teams obliterated their opponents (who are fantastic), on More >

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AS Roma vs Juventus Prediction

Roma and Juventus face each other at the Stadio Olimpico in a match for the 36th matchday of Serie A. Juventus have won at home (10) the last time they faced each other in this edition of the league on 17-12 2016. At this stage, Of direct confrontations is favorable to the home team, which has 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in the last 5 games. In fact, the last time they faced at this stage was 30 08 2015, in a match for Serie A, which ended with Roma’s (2 1) win for Juventus.

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After 25 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses, the home team is at the 2nd place, having won 78 points. In the last game, More >

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Juventus vs Monaco Prediction

Juventus and Monaco are playing at Juventus Stadium in a second-leg match of this UEFA Champions League semi-final. After the win in the first leg of Juventus (0-2), they are closer to reach the final of this competition. The record of recent direct matches favors the home team, who in the last 3 matches won 2 and drew 1. It is necessary to analyze with particular attention the home / away condition as Juventus presents different results at home and away.

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Juventus in this competition, has not lost any of the last 11 games he played. The defense has been in good shape and has only More >

Monaco vs Juventus Prediction

Against the UEFA Champions League semi-final between Monaco, which for many is a big surprise to have come so far, against the great old lady who has shown a great balance in defense and a potent attack this season. With only 2 games between them recorded in games by the league champions, Monaco vs Juventus the predictions is a great game. Monaco While many believed that Monaco did not go far, it gradually showed an overwhelming attack and has been surprising everyone with its campaign. Having one of the best attacks in Europe, adding 146 goals this season, having as the team’s top scorer in More >

UEFA Champions League: Juventus – Celtic Betting Preview

The first match between Celtic and Juve in Glasgow ended with 3:0 win for the away side, which practically decided everything and only miracle can stop Juve to go through into the 1/4 finals. Anotonio Conte will in all probability rotate his squad and rest some of the regular players. Giorgio Chiellini will be rest because he just recovered from a long-term injury. Stephan Lichtsteiner, Claudio Marchisio and Arturo Vidal are one yellow card away from a suspension in the Champions League, so probably some of them will be on the bench. Despite this fact, Juventus have a very impressive More >

Celtic – Juventus Preview

Neil Lennon’s side welcomes the current Serie A leaders to Glasgow on Tuesday night aiming to seal passage into the quarterfinals of Europe’s premier cup competition. Buoyed by UEFA Champions League group stage wins against FC Barcelona and FC Spartak Moskva, Celtic FC coach Neil Lennon says his players harness “a real belief” going into their round of 16 first leg with Juventus in Glasgow; an occasion he described as “one of the biggest games of their careers”. The 41-year-old’s opposite number, Antonio Conte, promised to stand by his attacking principles and warned his Juventus team More >
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