• No team has ever overturned a 3-0 first-leg defeat in the Champions League knockout stages in eight previous attempts, although Barcelona managed the biggest ever comeback in the last round by eliminating Paris SG 6-5 on aggregate after a 4-0 first leg defeat.
  • Juventus’ last trip to the Camp Nou to face Barcelona ended in a 2-1 win, back in April 2003, courtesy of goals from Pavel Nedved and Marcelo Zalayeta. The Turin side later made it to the Champions League final only to lose on penalties to AC Milan.
  • Barcelona have won their last 15 Champions League games at the Camp Nou (50 goals scored, 7 conceded), all since Luis Enrique took charge. It’s currently the longest run in the competition and two short of the record held by Bayern Munich (16).
  • Barcelona have scored at least three goals in seven of their last eight Champions League games at the Camp Nou.
  • However, Barcelona have lost three of their last six Champions League games, as many losses as in their previous 26 games under Luis Enrique.
  • Barcelona have reached the quarter-finals for the 10th consecutive season, the longest run in the history of the Champions League. However, they have been knocked out at that stage in two of the last three seasons.
  • Meanwhile, Juventus have made it to the quarter-finals for the third time in the last five Champions League seasons. In that period, no other Italian club has reached the Last 8 of the competition.
  • After failing to reach the last four of the Champions League from 2003/04 to 2013/14, Juventus now have the chance to make the semis for the second time in the last three seasons (after 2014/15).
  • Juventus have won their last five games in the Champions League, the current longest run in the competition and the Old Lady’s joint-longest. They are the only unbeaten team this season alongside Real Madrid.
  • Juventus are also the only team to have won all four of their Champions League away games this season (10 goals scored, 1 conceded), their best ever run of victories on the road in the competition.
  • On top of that, Juventus haven’t conceded a goal for 441 minutes, also the current longest run in the competition. Sevilla’s Nico Pareja was the last player to find the Turin nets, back in November.
  • Juventus have conceded fewer goals in the Champions League this season than any of the other seven sides still left in the competition (2 in 9 games). Both of those goals came from set-piece.
  • Gonzalo Higuain has scored only two goals in 23 Champions League knockout games. In the group stages, he’s netted 13 goals in 38 games.
  • Meanwhile, Paulo Dybala has scored four goals in as many Champions League knockout games, including a brace in the first leg against Barcelona.
  • Neymar has scored four goals and delivered five assists in his three Champions League games at Camp Nou this season.