Young Boys cannot improve on a fourth-place finish in Group H no matter what happens on Wednesday. Juventus, meanwhile, only need to match Manchester United’s result against Valencia to secure top spot.
Juventus have won five games in a row without conceding since losing to United over a month ago.
Juventus have a 100 per cent record away from home in all competitions and have kept six clean sheets in their last seven matches on the road.
BSC Young Boys- Sekou Sanogo is suspended for Young Boys, while Loris Benito and Kevin Mbabu are one booking away from a one-match ban. Steve Von Bergen, Gregory Wüthrich and Jordan Lotomba are doubts for the home side. Bet Now
Juventus– Alex Sandro has resumed training with a view to making Wednesday’s match against Young Boys. However, he is one booking away from a one-match ban in the Champions League and may not be risked unless required. Blaise Matuidi is in the same boat.
Emre Can came off the bench to make his first appearance in almost two months in Friday’s 1-0 win over Inter.
Medhi Benatia will not travel with the rest of the Juventus squad after suffering a slight knee injury, joining Sami Khedira and Andrea Barzagli on the sidelines.
Juventus have won 5 of their last 6 matches in UEFA Champions League.
Young Boys have failed to win their last 5 matches (UEFA Champions League).
Who will win?