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Clearly, Juventus finished their campaign just last weekend, lifting the Serie A title despite a disappointing end to the campaign.
And while they engaged in some rotation, their players looked leggy towards the end of the campaign after packing fixtures into a short period.
That of course definitely includes the newly crowned Serie A MVP Paulo Dybala, who is a doubt for this clash.
The tie is incredibly well balanced, with Lyon taking a 1-0 lead into this second leg in Italy. The French side will be desperate to protect that
but they come into this clash likely sensing an opportunity with Juve making a poor finish to their restart.
After losing the first leg of a Champions League knockout match, Juventus have progressed from five of their 11 previous ties.
If they fail to progress this time around, Maurizio Sarri may be left fearing for his job. While he guided Juve to the Italian title
Juventus won just twice across their last eight league games, a run which saw them lose four times.
They conceded 17 times in that run, and while they have kept just one clean sheet across their last 10 matches.
In their previous eight title-winning campaigns, Juve never shipped more than 30 goals. This season the champions have let in 43
Given their need to win by two clear goals, that defensive vulnerability really harms Juventus chances of making it into the last eight of this competition.
After all, they’ve not scored more than three goals across their last 17 Champions League games, scoring exactly three on just three occasions.
Since the start of last season only Memphis Depay (10) has been involved in more Champions League goals for Lyon than 22-year old Houssem Aouar
The Frenchman has as many assists as Lionel Messi in the competition during this period (6). And Dembele notched 16 goals in 24 Ligue 1 starts last season.
However, the big threat we saw recently from Lyon was their defence. They managed to hold Neymar, Icardi and Di Maria when they met PSG in the League Cup
While it was their return to action, Lyon kept a clean sheet with 0-0 draw through 120 minutes only to lose out on penalties.
The French side, Lyon have actually played definitely just 90 minutes of competitive action in just shy of five months.
Meanwhile, they were given a full summer preseason to prepare for the 2020/21 campaign, with the Ligue 1 season starting in a couple of weeks.