Find a Maccabi Haifa vs Juventus live stream, Tuesday 11 October, 5:45pm BST
Maccabi Haifa vs Juventus live stream and match preview
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Juventus travel to Maccabi Haifa looking for a win to keep in touch with the top two in Group H of the Champions League.
The Bianconeri's 3-1 victory in last week's reverse fixture saw them pick up their first points in this season's Champions League – but they do come into tonight's game off the back of a defeat, having lost 2-0 at AC Milan in Serie A on Saturday. It's been a poor start to the season for Massimiliano Allegri's side, who have won just four out of 12 games in all competitions – and are yet to win away from home.
Maccabi are in even worse form entering this encounter, having lost five of their last six in all competitions. The reigning Israeli champions did make PSG work hard for a 3-1 win in their previous home Champions League outing, however, stunning the Ligue 1 giants by taking the lead midway through the first half. They also had 20 shots away at Juve – something no team had managed in the Champions League since Bayern Munich had 22 in 2009 – so there might be hope.
Maccabi midfielder Mahmoud Jaber and forward Suf Podgoreanu remain sidelined, but boss Barak Bakhar otherwise has a full squad to choose from.
Allegri could ring the changes for Juve ahead of Saturday's crunch derby with Torino, but he won't be able to call on the injured Mattia De Sciglio, Paul Pogba or Federico Chiesa.
Maccabi Haifa: LLWLL
Antonio Mateu Lahoz of Spain will be the referee for Maccabi Haifa vs Juventus.
Maccabi Haifa vs Juventus will be be played at the Sammy Ofer Stadium.
Elsewhere in the group
The night's other Group H game between PSG and Benfica kicks off at 8pm BST.
Kick-off and channel
Kick-off is at 5:45pm BST on Tuesday 11 October and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 1 in the UK. See below for international broadcast options.
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