Outclassed, out-battled and outgunned, it was a familiar story for Barcelona as the Catalan giants suffered yet another defeat on the road.
Their 4-0 defeat at PSG in the last 16 laid the foundations for one of the greatest comebacks in Champions League history and they have another huge task ahead against Juventus following a 3-0 loss in Turin. It's 5/1 (6.0) that Barcelona perform another unlikely turnaround while Juve are just 1/7 (1.14) to secure a spot in the final four of the competition.
dabblebet go just 1/2 (1.50) that the Spanish side win the return leg while it's 11/2 (6.50) that the Italians inflict back-to-back defeats on a club who got the better of them in the 2015 final in Berlin. The draw at Camp Nou is 16/5 (4.20) with the same firm.
A 4-0 home win, the minimum score line that would see Enrique's men through in normal time is available at 16/1 (17.0) while another 6-1 win, the same as they managed in the previous round, is an 80/1 (81.0) shot for those daring to dream of a repeat.
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While the deficit may not be quite as daunting numerically as it was against PSG, the fact that Juventus boast a much sterner defence should be a huge concern.
Max Allegri's men haven’t conceded a Champions League goal for 441 minutes now - the longest current run in the competition. Another clean sheet for the side who have leaked just twice in nine Champions League games this term is 7/1 (8.0) with dabblebet.
Both teams to score is just 6/10 (1.60), suggesting that even four goals might not be enough to see the 2015 European champions through to the semi-finals and it's 13/8 (2.63) that the hosts manage a win in the second leg and both teams get on the scoreboard.
Luis Suarez got the ball rolling quickly in the last 16 second leg and another goal within the first 10 minutes, the same time frame that Paulo Dybala opened the scoring on Tuesday, is 14/5 (3.80) for anyone who feels another early goal could be the way to go from a betting perspective. Barcelona are 4/9 (1.44) to net the first goal.
Ultimately, this could be a step too far for Enrique's side. Netting three or more times against a visiting side who pride themselves on defensive strength looks very unlikely, even taking into account their heroics in their last home game in the Champions League.