Juventus v Chelsea live stream, BT Sport, Wednesday 29 September, 8pm BST
Reigning kings of Europe Chelsea will look to build on a winning start as they head to Italy to face two-time champions Juventus.
The Blues kicked off their campaign with a 1-0 home victory over Zenit, thanks to a Romelu Lukaku strike. Juve, meanwhile, cruised to a 3-0 win away to Malmo.
Thomas Tuchel's side lost their first game of 2021/22 on Saturday, going down 1-0 to an imperious Manchester City at Stamford Bridge, but they have still made a formidable start to the season and come into this clash as odds-on favourites with some bookies.
That's because Juve aren't in the best of places right now. They only qualified for the Champions League by a single point, finishing fourth in Serie A last season as their nine-year stranglehold on the scudetto came to an abrupt end. Massimiliano Allegri's side sit ninth after six league games - although they have won their last two.
Although there are no confirmed absentees as yet, Tuchel does have a few doubts for the trip to Turin. Reece James was forced off after half an hour against City, while Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic could remain sidelined.
As for Juve, Allegri will be without the services of key duo Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata - the latter formerly of Chelsea - after both picked up injuries in Sunday's 3-2 win against Sampdoria.
This is the first meeting between these teams since the 2012/13 group stage. Chelsea's only win over the Bianconeri came in the first leg of their 2008/09 last 16 tie.
Kick-off is at 8pm BST and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 2 in the UK.
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