Juventus

form

All
JUV 3 - 1 GEN
W
JUV 2 - 1 NAP
W
TOR 2 - 2 JUV
D
JUV 0 - 1 BEN
L
CAG 1 - 3 JUV
W
JUV 3 - 2 POR
W
JUV 3 - 1 LAZ
W
VER 1 - 1 JUV
D
POR 2 - 1 JUV
L
NAP 1 - 0 JUV
L
Ferencváros

form

All
FTC 1 - 1 PUS
D
BDF 0 - 4 FTC
W
FTC 5 - 2 PAK
W
ZTE 2 - 2 FTC
D
FTC 1 - 0 DIO
W
MTK 2 - 2 FTC
D
FTC 1 - 2 FEH
L
FTC 1 - 0 HON
W
MEZ 2 - 2 FTC
D
DOR 1 - 2 FTC
W
Head to Head
2 Matches (0 Draws)
2 Total wins 0
1 Home wins 0
1 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
JUV 2 - 1 FTC
FTC 1 - 4 JUV
6 Goals Scored 2
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 2
Both Teams Scored 2 / 2
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Juventus have won one of their previous two meetings with Ferencváros across all European competitions (W1 L1), with their victory coming earlier this month in the UEFA Champions League group stage (4-1 away from home).
  2. This will be Ferencváros’ first away game against Italian opponents in any European competition since May 1968, when they drew 2-2 with Bologna in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
  3. Juventus are unbeaten in their previous three games against Hungarian sides in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League (W1 D2), while this will be the first time they have hosted such opposition since March 1973 (0-0 v Újpest in the quarter-final first leg, later progressing on away goals).
  4. Ferencváros are looking for their first win against Italian opposition in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League (D1 L2), while they’ve conceded four goals in each of the two defeats in this run (0-4 v Inter Milan in 1966 and 1-4 v Juventus this season).
  5. Juventus were beaten by Barcelona in their most recent home game in the UEFA Champions League, while they haven’t gone consecutive group stage games without a win there since November 2016 (0-0 v Sevilla and 1-1 v Lyon).
  6. Ferencváros are looking for their first victory in the UEFA Champions League since September 1995 (3-0 v Grasshopper Club Zürich), having failed to win any of their previous eight games in the competition (D3 L5).
  7. Juventus won 4-1 away from home in their previous meeting against Ferencváros, and would need to score five in this game to equal their most goals against the same opponent in a UEFA Champions League campaign (nine versus Olympiakos in 2003-04).
  8. Cristiano Ronaldo is the top scorer in UEFA Champions League history with 130 goals – 69 of these have been scored in home games, while only Lionel Messi (70) has netted more in the competition in home appearances.
  9. Franck Boli has netted in each of his last two games in the UEFA Champions League for Ferencváros (two goals) – no player has ever scored in three consecutive appearances for the club in the competition.
  10. Álvaro Morata has scored four goals in three UEFA Champions League games for Juventus this season, as many as he had in his previous 17 appearances in the competition between spells at Chelsea and Atlético Madrid (four).
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