Juventus v Paris Saint-Germain live stream, Wednesday 2 November, 8.00pm
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Massimiliano Allegri’s side have already been knocked out of the competition but can secure a place in the Europa League with the right combination of results.
They have just three points to their name, the same as Maccabi Haifa in fourth, but a much better goal difference to fall back on.
Although Juventus were expected to progress alongside PSG, they paid the price for two agonising losses to Benfica.
In contrast, the French champions are still undefeated and have scored 14 goals so far, seven of them in a merciless thrashing of Maccabi Haifa.
With a frontline of Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar, there’s no shortage of talent in the PSG team, but their mentality remains under question.
For all the investment made by the club’s Qatari owners over the last 11 years, success in the Champions League has proved elusive.
While utterly dominant against domestic rivals with a fraction of their budget, they have routinely fallen short when faced with Europe’s biggest and best sides.
The last decade has featured chastening knockout defeats to Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester City amongst others.
Two years ago, PSG reached the final under Thomas Tuchel but were beaten 1-0 by Bayern Munich, their former academy prospect Kingsley Coman scoring the decisive goal.
Several players from that side have moved on since then, including Angel Di Maria, who joined Juventus on a free transfer in the summer.
The experienced Argentine international has endured a disrupted start to life in Italy and will miss out on a reunion with his old club due to injury.
The match is on Wednesday 2 November and kicks off at 8.00pm. It will be shown on BT Sport (opens in new tab).
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