As a result of the defeat against Manchester United at home on week-4, Juventus still have not guaranteed a ticket to the round of 16, so they certainly targeting the victory when they play against Valencia later. Their match is planned to take place on Wednesday morning, 28 November 2018 at Allianz Stadium, Turin.
As we said, Juventus have lost when entertaining Manchester United on the 4th Matchdays of the European Champions League group stage at Allianz Stadium. These results are somewhat surprising because previously at Old Trafford, Max Allegri’s squad managed to achieve a convincing victory, not to mention, Juventus also never swallowed previous defeats in all competitions. But despite this fact, Juventus held on 9 points from 4 matches, even though they are still at the top of the standings, but there is no guarantee to qualify for the round of 16.
The defending champion of Italian Serie A at least must win in the match against Valencia this weekend, if they want to secure a place in the last 16. Playing at home, Massimilliano Allegri’s landing squad are more favored to win, especially at the previous meeting at Valencia headquarters, Juventus managed to win with a landslide score of 2-0, while only playing with 10 people after Cristiano Ronaldo’s red card midway through the first half.
While talking about the statistics, Juventus are also superior to Valencia. In their last five matches, the Bianconneri managed to secure 4 wins and only lost one defeat.
Head to head Matches – Juventus vs. Valencia:
20/09/18 Valencia 0-2 Juventus
Juventus’ Last 5 Matches:
10/24/18 Manchester United 0-1 Juventus
10/27/18 Empoli 1 – 2 Juventus
04/11/18 Juventus 3 – 1 Cagliari
11/08/18 Juventus 1-2 Manchester United
12/11/18 Milan 0-2 Juventus
Valencia’s Last 5 Matches:
10/27/18 Athletic Club 0 – 0 Valencia
10/31/18 Ebro 1 – 2 Valencia
04/11/18 Valencia 0 – 1 Girona
11/08/18 Valencia 3 – 1 Young Boys
10/11/18 Getafe 0-1 Valencia
Juventus: W.Szczęsny – M.Benatia – G.Chiellini – Alex Sandro – João Cancelo – B.Matuidi – M.Pjanić – R.Bentancur – Cristiano Ronaldo – M.Mandžukić – P.Dybala
Valencia: Neto – E.Garay – Gabriel Paulista – José Gayá – D.Wass – Dani Parejo – F.Coquelin – Gonçalo Guedes – Carlos Soler – Rodrigo – Santi Mina