24th March 2019



23rd October 2018

It's not often Manchester United start outsiders for a home game at Old Trafford - but hat is exactly the scenario for the visit of Italian side Juventus on the Champions League.

All the hype has been about the return of Christiano Ronaldo who now heads the Juve line after his summer move from Real.

But Juve are not all about Ronaldo and another summer signing - Leonardo Bonucci has been a big plus. Paol Dybala scored a hattrick in the 3-0 win over Swiss side- Young Boys in the last game and he is a big threat.

United will be bouyed by the performance at Chelsea at the weekend but any chance of a vital win will depend on whether stars like Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku are at their best.

Neither has hit the heights in the Premier League but if they are up for this they can easily cause Juve problems.

United are a best priced 23/10 with Betfair SP and that looks worth risking. Juve have not faced any great sides so far this season and United will be tougher stuff than they are sued too.

As short as 11/8 Juve are no value - the draw is 12/5 in places.