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Juventus - FC Barcelona
Champions League - 22 November 2017
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FT: Juventus 0-0 Barcelona. The Catalan Giants are into the last 16 as group D winners. Juve just need to match Sporting's result at Barca on Matchday Six to join them as runners-up.
SAVE! Dybala lets fly with a first-time effort from 20 yards that ter Stegen brilliantly turns past his right-hand post.
- Yellow cardGerard PiquéFC Barcelona
Pique booked for fouling Matuidi on the far left touchline.
The clock ticks down. Juventus have a late free kick, but opt to take it quickly. They may have been better served putting that into the box.
- Yellow cardLucas DigneFC Barcelona
Juventus seem content with a draw. Digne booked for Barca.
- OffDouglas CostaJuventus
- OnBlaise MatuidiJuventus
JUVE CHANGE: Matuidi on for Costa.
Suarez is left free at the far post from a left-wing corner. He has a chance to make something of it but gets his feet tangled and it runs out for a goal kick. Let off for Juve.
Costa with space to drive forward and unleash a 25-yard attempt that he ends up dragging a few yards wide.
Barca on the verge of going 18 matches unbeaten.
- OffAndrés IniestaFC Barcelona
- OnJordi AlbaFC Barcelona
BARCA CHANGE: Alba on for Iniesta.
Will Juventus throw caution to the wind and try to win it late on? Or will they fancy their chances at Olympiakos and be content with a point here?
Barca looking the more likely here.
Douglas Costa throwing himself to the turf after battling for the ball with Pique. Not much in it. Juve wanting something, anything. The Italians haven't really looked likely.
Messi curves the free kick into he box, but it's a poor one. Marchisio nods clear.
- Yellow cardAlex SandroJuventus
Alex Sandro booked for pulling at Semedo.
- OffJuan CuadradoJuventus
- OnClaudio MarchisioJuventus
JUVE CHANGE: Marchisio on for Cuadrado.
LATEST: Sporting are 3-0 up against Olympiakos now.
Digne is played in for Barca... but he looks to square it and Juve survive. He should have pulled the trigger.
This has been a mature away display by Barca so far. Plenty of possession in this half in particular. Juve not being allowed to build any momentum.
- OffMiralem PjanicJuventus
- OnRodrigo BentancurJuventus
JUVENTUS CHANGE: Bentancur on, Pjanic off.
As it stands, Matchday Six will be interesting in this group. Barca, already assured of top spot, would host Sporting needing a win. Juve would travel to Olympiakos knowing they would finish second if they match or better the Portuguese side's result at the Nou Camp.
Messi lines up a 30 yard free kick but his curving strike doesn't dip enough and flies just over the bar,
PHOTO: It's not going to plan for Dybala and co so far.
Higuain turns Umtiti and manufactures a yard of space on the edge of the box, but his strike is way too high.
It's still 2-0 between Sporting and Olympiakos.
Busquets heads clear after Barca struggled to deal with a left-wing cross. It falls for Dybala's whose speculative volley deflects behind.
Messi has 19 goals in 23 outings for club and country this season. Is this the night to break into the 20s?
Douglas Costa surges through the gears and feeds Dybala, but the Argentine's flick is too cute and doesn't find Higuain.
- OffGerard DeulofeuFC Barcelona
- OnLionel MessiFC Barcelona
BARCA CHANGE: Deulofeu off, Messi on.
Suarez with an attempted flick into the path of Deulofeu, but a defender gets a foot in at the crucial moment.
Looks like it's nearly Messi time.
A succession of Barca corners come to nothing. Good start to this half by the visitors.
Decent effort from Suarez takes a nick off a defender in the wall and just drops over. Buffon was there if necessary.
Suarez over a 30-yard free kick for Barca, slightly left of centre.
Khedira lucky to escape a caution after dragging back Iniesta.
LATEST: Sporting went in 2-0 up on Olympiakos, so there's plenty of work for Juventus still to do in this group.
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KICK OFF! Barcelona restart the contest.
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HT: Juventus 0-0 Barcelona. The visitors will top the group if it stays like this. They've come closest to breaking the deadlock with Rakitic's free kick hitting the bar.
Wonderful change of pace from Dybala sees him pick up a pass 30 yards out and drive into the left of the area before fizzing a shot just over the top.
AS IT STANDS: Barca 11, Juve 8, Sporting 7, Olympiakos 1.
LATEST: Sporting 1-0 Olympiakos. Dost on target.
Looks like Umtiti is fine after that injury scare. With Pique suspended for the Valencia game at the weekend, the visitors won't want to lose the France international.
A neat move from the hosts. Douglas Costa's burst ups the tempo before Cuadrado exchanges a one-two with Dybala before firing his volley horribly over the top.
A tad harsh.
This certainly has the feel of a match where both sides know they are in the driving seat in terms of qualifying from the group.
We're back underway with Umtiti okay to continue.
PHOTO: Dybala challenges Umtiti.
Play halted as Umtiti receives treatment.
The Brazilian threw himself to the floor on the left of the box with Pjanic close by. The referee wasn't fooled.
- Yellow cardPaulinhoFC Barcelona
Paulinho booked for simulation.
PHOTO: Douglas Costa battles with Umtiti.
Elsewhere in this group, it's still Sporting 0-0 Olympiakos.
Suarez half clears the delivery to Cuadrado who can't get a shot away on the slide.
Free kick to Juventus on the left flank. Pjanic over it...
OFF THE POST! Rakitic's wicked free kick is whipped all the way to the far post where two Barca players go for it. No one appears to get a touch as it comes back off the woodwork but Paulinho can't divert his header towards goal.
- Yellow cardMiralem PjanicJuventus
Pjanic booked for tripping Iniesta.
Remember, a point will do for Barca here. The onus is all on Juve. Not much happening so far.
Errors at the back allow Dybala to seize possession and unleash a strike at goal that is too close to ter Stegen.
Iniesta tries a spectacular volley from an impossible angle after Cuadrado's header back was totally misjudged.
Juventus probing but the Barca defence has repelled the crosses that have been peppered in from both flanks thus far.
STAT: Barcelona are unbeaten in 17 matches (W15) in all competitions. They have kept 12 clean sheets in that time.
Paulinho exchanges a slick one-two with Suarez but then drags a 25-yard effort wide of Buffon's right-hand post.
Dybala has already beaten his tally for last season after netting 12 goals in 13 Serie A games so far.
Juve on top early doors.
DID YOU KNOW? Barca have won just five of their last 13 away matches in the competition. They have lost five of those.
Group D as it stands: Barcelona 10pts, Juventus 7, Sporting CP 4, Olympiacos 1pt.
SAVE! Costa shifts it to his left at lightning speed and lashes in a low shot that ter Stegen is equal to.
Tonight's referee is Serbia's Milorad Mažić.
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KICK OFF! Juventus get us underway.
With Chiellini out Juve are reportedly going with three at the back in a 3-4-2-1 system. Dybala and Douglas Costa join Higuaín in attack.
It's being widely reported Messi has been rested. The Argentine isn't a fan of that. Big call by Ernesto Valverde?
STAT: Juve's overall home record against Liga opposition is W15 D8 L2.
Barcelona at Serie A teams: W6 D9 L6. The Blaugrana have failed to win their last five trips to Italy.
Rakitic: "We want to show that we learned our lesson from the last time that we played here. We'll see whether we've improved from last season.What I can say is that we're a very united group and determined to do well. What happened in the past belongs to the past and we've only eyes for the future right now."
Barcelona won 3-0 at the Nou Camp back in September courtesy of goals from Messi (2) and Ivan Rakitic. However, the Italians were 3-0 winners when the teams met at the Juventus Stadium in last season's quarter finals.
PERMUTATIONS: Barca are in the driving seat in Group D. A draw here sees them through as winners of the pool. They can also qualify if Sporting lose. As for Juventus, the Old Lady will qualify if they avoid defeat and Sporting don't win.
CONFIRMED TEAMS – JUVENTUS: Buffon; Barzagli, Rugani, Benatia, Alex Sandro; Pjanic, Khedira; Cuadrado, Dybala, Douglas Costa; Higuain... Subs: Szczesny, De Sciglio, Asamoah, Marchisio, Matuidi, Bentancur, Mandzukic. /// BARCELONA: Ter Stegen; Semedo, Piqué, Umtiti, Digne; Paulinho, Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta; Deulofeu, Suárez... Subs: Cillessen, Denis, Messi, Alcácer, .J.Alba, Aleix Vidal, Vermaelen.
KEY TEAM NEWS: This guy is on the bench #Messi.
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