Juventus 1.17 v Young Boys 24.00; The Draw 9.00 Tuesday 2 October, 17:55 Live on BT Sport 1
Perfect Juve take on Champions League newcomers
Juventus suffered a big blow in their opening Champions League game, yet were still able to win 2-0 in Valencia, despite Cristiano Ronaldo being sent off early in the match.
The ten men of Juve triumphed as Miralem Pjanic converted two penalties. It was a potential banana skin averted and made sure that Juventus maintained their perfect record this season. They have won all eight of their games so far, including a 3-1 victory over their rivals Napoli at the weekend.
Young Boys were well beaten in their Champions League opener at home to Manchester United. With such tough opposition in Group H, their most realistic target is to finish third and take a spot in the Europa League, giving Gerardo Seoane's squad some further experience of European competition.
Domestically their performances could not be going better. Young Boys have won all nine of their games in the Swiss Super League this season and already have a twelve point lead at the top of the table.
Old Lady will frustrate Young Boys
Young Boys failed to score at home against a Manchester United side that are struggling defensively this season. It could then be a challenge for them to find the net when they travel to Turin to meet Juve's famously stingy defence.
Juventus have kept three clean sheet in their last four matches and did not concede in three of their six Champions League group games last season. Back Juventus to win to nil at 1.73.
Back Juventus to win to nil against Young Boys at 1.73