Juventus will attempt to overturn a 1-0 deficit from the first leg against Lyon and advance to the quarter-finals in Lisbon
Juve sealed their ninth consecutive Serie A title last month but stumbled towards the end of the domestic campaign.
The Italian giants will hope to do better as Maurizio Sarri will look towards the prolific Cristiano Ronaldo on his favourite stage – the UCL.
Another good news for Juve is the inclusion of Paulo Dybala in the 22-man squad list submitted for the meeting at the Allianz Arena.
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Paulo Dybala, who has missed Juventus’ last two games through injury, has been included in the Bianconeri squad.
Argentina international Dybala went off in the first half of Serie A title-clinching victory over Sampdoria on 26 July and was forced to sit out their league defeats to Cagliari and Roma.
Head coach Maurizio Sarri said on Thursday the 26-year-old had managed to do some work on the pitch during a training session but a decision on his involvement would not be taken until the day of the game.