It’s another big one for the top two Italian teams in Serie A, with Juventus and AC Milan battling it out for the Italian title.
The two clubs will play each other on Wednesday in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.
But before that, the race for the title is wide open.
There are two ways to look at it.
First, there is the possibility that the two teams will both make the semi-finals, meaning they will have to face each other in the semi.
In such a scenario, Juventus would face AC Milan in the last 16 and Milan would face Juventus in the final.
Second, if Juventus wins the first game, it would have to take the last two games to make it to the last four.
But in such a situation, Milan would have the upper hand in the knockout stages and Juventus would have nothing to play for in the Champions league.
So the race could be decided by just two matches, as Juventus and Milan are the top seeds in Serie B. It could be a tie, which means either team has to go through the group stages and the quarter-finals.
The only other tie that is certain is the final between Milan and Juventus, and that could be the deciding match of the season.
Juventus have a great chance to qualify for the Champions Leagues after beating AC Milan 3-1 in the quarterfinals of the Champions competition.
It would be an incredible result to see the Bianconeri win their second consecutive Champions League final.
In the final, Juventus and Bayern will be in a tough position to make the quarter final, with both teams likely to lose at least one of their games in the group stage.
Juventus, as a result, will be looking to win a decisive game to clinch the title and will try to avoid a tie-breaker at the last second, as they have done in the past.
The game will be played at the Stadio Olimpico, which is located on the outskirts of the city of Turin, with tickets costing €40 for adults and €30 for children.
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