For the second time in a row, Barcelona look to overturn a huge first leg defeat in the Champions League knock-out stage as they welcome Juventus for the quarter final tie on Wednesday night.
Juventus might look good for a spot in the Champions League this term after earning a massive 3-0 win against Barcelona from the first leg at Turin last week. But the Catalans are coming with a reputation as a free-scoring team at home.
The Blaugrana will once against confident after overturning a 4-0 defeat at Paris with a 6-1 win at Camp Nou in the previous round. The Old Lady are a good defensive side, but they must respect a Barcelona attack who are recorded an average of 4.5 goals per game in the last 6 matches at home.