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Juventus vs FC Porto

Juventus will have to give more than one hundred percent if they want to compensate for a 2:1 deficit from the first leg against Porto when they clashed in Portugal.
They are currently at 3rd place in Serie A, appearing quite good in the last two matches, as they recorded two consecutive victories. Last Saturday evening, they welcomed Lazio, and looked quite good in the offense, outplaying them with a 3:1 result. The hosts conceded first in the 14th minute, but responded in the best possible manner, leveling up the score in the 39th over Rabiot.
In the continuation, Morata performed quite well, scoring two goals in the 57th and from the penalty in the 60th, leaving his whole squad with a nice background for the second leg of the knockout phase.
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Juventus vs Inter Milan

Juventus has every reason to approach this second leg with confidence, as they were victorious in the first with a 2:1 result, and come from a 2:0 victory at home in their last Serie A match against Roma.
They took the lead first in the 13th minute after Ronaldo showed some great effort and even though Juventus looked pretty passive when the match moved to the second, they still managed to put one more to the scoreline in the 69th, as Ibanez had a misfortune to score an own goal.
A team from Turin is at 3rd place in the rankings, having seven points less compared to the leaders from Milan, but overly looking, stabilized their play in the second part of the season.
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Milan vs Juventus

The Rossoneri are certainly one of the contenders for the title this season, as they currently at the leading place in the standings, having one point more than their closest rival Inter.
In their latest match against newcomer Benevento, they managed to walk away with a 0:2 away victory, proving that they are more than capable to be dangerous even with a player less. They took the lead first from the penalty converted by Kessie in the 15th minute and despite numerical disadvantage since the 33rd, they added another one to the scoreboard at the beginning of the second part via Leao, while successfully keeping their sheet clean.
The hosts did miss a penalty back in 61st, a situation that could make things a bit more interesting, but overly looking, a good appearance from visitors from Milan, who did just what was needed.
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