Juventus v Celtic: 10 Vital Statistics


10. Juventus and Celtic meet for the return leg of their last-16 UEFA Champions League clash with the Italian giants boasting a 3-0 lead from the first tie. Juventus are 1.34 to win by the same scoreline.

9. Celtic have lost both previous trips to Turin but have won three of their last five games since losing to Juve in February. Neil Lennon’s men are 9.00 to win on Wednesday.

8. The closest Celtic have come to overturning a 3-0 deficit or worse was in 2005, where they lost 5-0 in the first leg of Champions League qualifying to Artmedia Bratislava but could only win the reverse tie 4-0. The Hoops are 80.00 to qualify this time.

7. Juve have scored in each of their past 11 home games and are 1.07 to net again on Wednesday.

6. Alessandro Matri opened the scoring at Celtic Park last month, his seventh goal in 22 appearances for Juve this season. Matri is match favourite at 4.20 to again score first.

5. Celtic have only twice scored away at Juventus – Stiliyan Petrov and Henrik Larsson with the goals during a 3-2 defeat in September 2001. Current striker Gary Hooper is 4.90 to score and 10.00 to net two.

4. Nicola Amoruso scored a controversial last-minute penalty for Juventus that night. The Old Lady have netted five of eight spot kicks this season and are 4.50 to do so again.

Watch former Celtic boss Martin O’Neill’s passionate interview after their 3-2 defeat: 


3. Joe Ledley scored his seventh goal of the season against St Mirren last Saturday and is 15.00 to net in Turin.

2. Celtic failed to score in the home leg last month despite 15 goal attempts and 10 corners. They are 1.90 to find the net on Wednesday.

1. Midfielder Andrea Pirlo has played every minute of Juve’s last six matches and has six goals to his name this season. The 33-year-old is 4.70 to score against Celtic.