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 Posted by ESPN Staff
about an hour ago

Juventus hoping for UCL improvement

After bowing out of the Champions League group stage in the past three attempts, Massimiliano Allegri and Juve will look to kick start with a win against Malmo.

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 Posted by Ben Gladwell
11 hours ago

Juventus expect tough Malmo challenge, says Giorgio Chiellini

Are Atletico Madrid the team to beat in Group A? The ESPN FC crew give their thoughts as Atleti prepare for Juventus, Malmo FF and Olympiakos.

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini does not want to get ahead of himself as the Bianconeri look to get it right in Europe against Malmo on Tuesday.

Kelly: Liverpool back in the Champions League at last

The Serie A champions are desperate to go further in Europe this season than they did last time around, when they were knocked out in the group stage, and two disappointing results against Scandinavian opponents have stuck in his mind.

Juve picked up only a 1-1 draw with Nordsjaelland in their...

15 hours ago

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Juventus are desperate to avoid a repeat of last season's slow start to the Champions League when they embark on their latest European campaign on Tuesday, according to defender Patrice Evra.

The Turin giants, who kick off their Group A fixtures against Swedish side Malmo at the Juventus Stadium, failed to win any of their opening four games last year and, with just one triumph in six matches, failed to progress to the knockout phase.

Juve have an equally tough group this term, with Tuesday's rivals...

 Posted by Ben Gladwell
19 hours ago

Filippo Inzaghi: AC Milan can't compete with Juventus

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses an action-packed weekend in the Serie A.

AC Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi said Juventus were "out of our reach" as his side prepared to take on the Serie A champions next weekend after a dramatic 5-4 win at Parma on Sunday.

- Paul: Milan show Inzaghi influence in thriller

The Rossoneri must face Juve without goalkeeper Diego Lopez, who suffered an injury, while defender Alex is also unlikely to feature at the San Siro.

Fernando Torres, meanwhile, was unable to make his Milan debut after picking up an ankle injury in the final training...

 Posted by Mina Rzouki
1 day ago

Allegri starts to turn those who doubted him at Juventus

Carlos Tevez celebrates finding the net against Udinese in Juventus' 2-0 win on Saturday.

It was a potential banana skin against a side that always provides a challenge but Juventus defeated Udinese on Sunday with ease and sent a signal to fellow competitors that they are still the team to beat.

Managing a 2-0 score-line, the Bianconeri ought to have scored more but their intensity, intelligence and the innate understanding of their positions made it easy for them to defeat the tactician who was once the architect of their very first home defeat in Serie A.

Andrea Stramaccioni, eager...