Champions League Predictions: Juventus vs Monaco Odds
Juventus look to have one foot already in the Champions League final. Having won 2-0 away in the first leg they now welcome Monaco to Turin where they are dominant. Below you can find all our predictions and free betting tips.
As accurately predicted here last week, Juventus was able to bring a lead back home. And we will be backing the Old Lady once again this Tuesday May 9th at 2:45pm EST.
Juventus rested a few starters on the weekend, a luxury that they have earned by being top of Serie A, and will be at full strength Tuesday. Though they do not need to win, this game will play out in a similar fashion. Monaco having to chase the result will leave openings for the Italian side whose chance conversion ability will be the difference. Furthermore, Juventus knows that taking one of the first few chances that fall their way will put the aggregate scoreline out of reach.
Simply put, it is much harder to score on 1 team than it is the other. It’s why Juventus was the correct play last week and it is why they are the correct play again tomorrow.
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