Both Juventus and Chelsea justified their favorites tags on the opening day beating Malmo and Zenit respectively.
They have entered the group as the top two contenders and the winner of this specific matchup including this game and the reverse fixture in London will be a big contender for the first place in Group H.
Juventus currently stand better on goals difference as they notched three unanswered goals past Malmo two weeks ago in Sweden.
However two of their three goalscorers from Sweden will not be available for this clash against Chelsea.
The good news is the return of Federico Chiesa who will be the main threat to Chelsea goal on Wednesday alongside Dejan Kulusevski and Moise Kean.
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