There is unlikely to be much between these two sides on Tuesday night.
Sevilla v Juventus – Tuesday 19:45, BT Sport Extra
The record of Italian sides on Spanish soil in recent times is awful as they’ve lost 21 of 26 matches since 2009/10. Even excluding Barcelona and Real Madrid doesn’t make for easier reading for Serie A fans as they’ve lost 12 of the remaining 14 matches in that sample. Juve are head and shoulders above the rest of the Italian sides but they lost here last season and since 2014/15 have gone just W3-D4-L3 away in Europe to teams we had ranked in the top 50. Seven of those matches had fewer than three goals and with Paulo Dybala missing their attack is not at full strength so a low scoring encounter looks likely.
Sevilla are third in La Liga, only behind the Big Two, and at home they’re a formidable outfit. They’ve won 16 of their last 18 European matches in the Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan and are yet to concede a goal in this year’s group stage home or away.
Sevilla look some value at evens in the 'Draw No Bet' market but we’d definitely keep the draw on our side as both sides would probably settle for a point. In fact there’s unlikely to be much between the pair, with just one goal conceded between them in their eight group matches so far.
Seven of Juve’s last nine away matches in Europe have been level at half-time with six being goalless at the break and we like the half-time draw here.