Chelsea will travel to Turin to face the Old Lady who would be without two key attackers
Juventus will face Chelsea for their second fixture for the ongoing UEFA Champions League campaign after seeing off a good start with win against Malmo.
Chelsea having also managed a 1-0 victory over Zenith Saint Petersburg will be hoping to materialize a win on Wednesday so as to go top of the Group H table.
A win won’t just put them on the top of the table but also help restore their morale following loss to Manchester City during the weekend.
Blues failed to even find a draw against City who edged past them in a 1-0 scoreline following goal from Gabriel Jesus.
With all happening so quick ahead of the clash against Chelsea and Juventus, it was revealed yesterday and confirmed by the manager that both Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata are injured and won’t feature in the game.
Former Everton man, Moise Kean will start in front of Juve’s attacking line but following a live stream interview, he has disclosed his fears ahead of the game against Chelsea.
“Chelsea is a very good team, you can’t take that away from them but I hope to do great things to help the team on Wednesday,” Kean said.
“We are a good and strong team too, so it won’t be an easy task for both teams but what is important is the victory for us.
“We stay top of the table and a victory on Wednesday will help us get that but it won’t be easy.
“Chelsea have good players and a good manager, they play well and can score goals at any time. Their defense is good too. Many talented players, but I believe we are strong too.”
Chelsea will be hoping to continue push towards defending the UEFA Champions League trophy with a win on Wednesday against Juve.