Young Boys 8.20 v Juventus 1.48; The Draw 4.70 Wednesday 12 December, 20:00 Live on BT Sport ESPN
Juve need victory to guarantee group win
With Manchester United holding the head-to-head advantage in their matches with Juventus, the Italians need to beat Young Boys to be certain that they win Group H.
Juve lead the group by two points, so may not require the win if United fail to claim three points in Valencia, but they are not the type to take chances. The surprise defeat at home to Manchester United remains Juventus' only loss of the season and they lead that match until the 86th minute. Since that match normal service has been resumed, with Juve winning all five games without conceding a goal.
At the weekend they beat Inter 1-0 and now lead Serie A by eight points over their nearest rivals Napoli. Already in control of their domestic league and in a season where there seems to be no outstanding team in Europe, perhaps this could be the year that Juventus get their hands on the Champions League.
Their opponents Young Boys shouldn't put up much opposition, as they have no chance of even making the Europa League. The Swiss side have won their last two games, but their home draw with Valencia remains the only point that they have won in this season's Champions League.
Super Mario the man in form
Cristiano Ronaldo may have been signed to make the difference for Juventus in Europe this season, but at the moment it is another Juve forward who is stealing the headlines.
Mario Mandzukic has scored four goals in the last five games. Always a player that rises to the big occasion, he looks a big price to score an important goal at 3.00.
Back Mandzukic to score for Juventus against Young Boys at 3.00