Juventus only managed to score one goal at Old Trafford two weeks ago, but such was their dominance that they could have netted many more.
United keeper David de Gea produced several excellent saves to keep the Italian champions at bay and the Spaniard thwarted among others, Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese forward is still looking for his first Champions League goal for Juve, having been sent off in the first game, and he surely will be highly motivated for the visit of his former employers.
The 33-year-old has four goals in his last four Serie A matches and given his status as the top scorer in the tournament's history, plus the fact he takes free-kicks and penalties, Ronaldo is understandably the shortest priced player to net.
Paulo Dybala was the match-winner in Manchester and the Argentine is Juve's top scorer in the Champions League so far with four goals. Dybala can be backed at 8/5 (2.60) to score, while Romelu Lukaku is the shortest priced United player at 31/10 (4.10) .
Martial to lay down the law in Turin
The price for Lukaku to score does not appeal, however, given that he missed United's last game through injury and is woefully out of form. The Belgian has not scored since September 15, in stark contrast to Anthony Martial who has netted in each of United's last four league matches.
The Frenchman is offered at 19/5 (4.80) to score at any time in Turin and while United will find it tough to break down a rigid and confident Juventus side, Martial is surely the player most likely to score for Mourinho's men.
Tips and predictions
While there will be plenty of expectation on Cristiano Ronaldo to open his European account for his new club, the smart money must surely go on Dybala to score at 8/5 (2.60) .
With five goals in Juve's last six matches Dybala is in excellent form and there could also be some interest for him to score from outside the area at 8/1 (9.00) given his excellent strike rate from free-kicks.