It's finally time for the anticipated Champions League clash between Juventus and Barcelona, a match that may finally reveal how far Juve have progressed since the teams last faced each other in the 2015 final.
While Juventus achieved a 2-0 win against Chievo through beautiful football over the weekend, Barcelona lost to Malaga by the same scoreline to hand the advantage to Real Madrid in the Spanish title race. Cue mass hysteria in Spain. Consistency has proved to be a problem for Luis Enrique's men this season, and after they stuttered in several matches, struggling to dominate games like they used to, Enrique changed from the famed 4-3-3 formation to a 3-4-3 shape that brought with it exciting results, including the epic comeback against PSG.
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