Juventus has begun to play in the Champions League, defeating Valencia with a 2-0 draw, despite having won more than half the match with a younger player after Cristiano Ronaldo was chased shortly before the end of the first half. “The Old Mistress” created half a dozen positions at the door of the Spaniards while the Portuguese was on the pitch and the result could be even more pronounced in favor of the Italian champion.
Ronaldo’s absence will certainly affect the game in an attack on the Bianconeri. Young Boys started with a 0: 3 loss at home from Manchester United and is set to be the boxing pear in the group. We look forward to a triumph for the hosts in a match with fewer hits. Juventus likes to save his strength when playing against weaker rivals and in the absence of Ronaldo is unlikely to throw himself into attacks until the last minute.
Juventus – Young Boys – Statistics
- The match on Tuesday will be the first between Juventus and Young Boys in all tournaments.
- Juventus lost only once in its last 10 games in the tournament.
- The Bianconers scored at least 2 hits in 5 of their last 6 Champions League games.
- The Manchester United loss is the only one for Young Boys in the last 14 matches in all the tournaments.
Juventus – Young Boys – News
Cristiano Ronaldo misses Juventus after receiving a red card in the first half of the game against Valencia at the start of the group stage in the Champions League. Matia De Shilio and Sami Kedera will also not take part in the “Old Mistress” as they recover from injuries.
For Young Boys the meeting missed Jordan Moulay Latomba and Pedro Teixeira.