Atlético Madrid vs Juventus tips Ashton Lowbridge
Atletico Madrid failed to make the knock-out stages of the Champions League last season but didn't make that mistake this season. They finished second behind Borussia Dortmund but won all three of their home games. They are second in La Liga seven points behind leaders Barcelona climbing above Real Madrid. Current form has been shaky with two losses to Real Madrid and Real Betis but Saturday saw them back in winning ways with a win at Rayo Vallecano. Only Real Madrid have beaten them in their last 17 home games in all competitions. Their last four home games in the Champions League have been won and only Chelsea have beaten them at home since 2015. Juventus won again on Friday and ended the weekend with a lead of 13 points in Serie A. The title looks assured so they can concentrate on trying to win the Champions League. Only one of their last 12 league and cup games has ended in defeat, a 3-0 loss at in-form Atalanta in the Italian Cup. Two of their three away group matches were won. The other was a loss to Young Boys playing a weakened side with qualification already achieved. Before that loss Juventus had won their last five Champions League away games. Juventus are in better form than their opponents and the suggested bet here is a double chance bet on the Italian side to win or draw this game.
Atlético Madrid vs Juventus tips berrtimm
Juventus wants to win the Champion League. Best strategy for Juventus in this away match against physically and mentally strong team like Atletico would be to play consistenly aggressive and focus on scoring goals and offer open game. This is not what Juventus usually does. But its logically gives them upper hand as this is not what Atletico will be well prepared for. Would not be surprised to see early goal from Juve.
Atlético Madrid vs Juventus tips Matheus Vinhal
The Serie A giants will be placing a lot of their focus on this competition. They are already some 13 points ahead of their nearest challengers in the Serie A title race, and with Champions League specialist Cristiano Ronaldo on their books now, they will feel their chances of lifting the most prestigious trophy in club football have increased this term. Both of these sides have a perceived defensive outlook on the game, but that’s not actually as pronounced as most people think it is. Juventus, for example, have seen at least 3 goals scored in each of their last 6 competitive games and in 6 of their last 8 away games. Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid have been involved in high scoring matches in 4 of their last 7 home games. Even in the Champions League, both Atletico Madrid and Juventus saw 3 or more goals in half of their group games. When it comes to the knockout stages things get a little tighter, but Diego Simeone’s side have been involved in high scoring games in 5 of their last 11 knockout stage matches and Juventus have in 7 of their last 11, including each of their last 6 matches. This makes these odds for Over 2.5 Goals look incredibly good value, despite the defensive outlook that they seem to possess.