When are the games?
First leg, Turin: Tuesday, 11 April
Second leg, Barcelona: Wednesday, 19 April
Juventus: 2 (goals 7)
Barcelona: 3 (goals 10)
Previous meetings (all European Cup/Champions League unless stated)
2014/15 F: Juventus 1-3 Barcelona
2002/03 QF: Juventus 1-1 Barcelona, Barcelona 1-2aet Juventus (agg: 3-2 to Juventus)
1990/91 ECWC SF: Barcelona 3-1 Juventus, Juventus 1-0 Barcelona (agg: 3-2 to Barcelona)
1985/86 QF: Barcelona 1-0 Juventus, Juventus 1-1 Barcelona (agg: 2-1 to Barcelona)
The teams also met in the second round of the 1970/71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, the non-UEFA affiliated precursor of the UEFA Cup. Juve won both games 2-1.
Did you know?
• This tie will mark a return to the Camp Nou for Dani Alves, who left Barcelona for Juventus last summer. Alves played against the Bianconeri in the 2015 final
• As well as that final in Berlin, Gianluigi Buffon also featured in both legs of the clubs’ 2002/03 quarter-final. Juventus then eliminated Real Madrid, Barcelona’s arch-rivals, in the last four
Pavel Nedvěd, Juventus vice-president
I don’t know if it’s revenge after the 2015 final, but it’s certainly a fascinating tie. They are one of the most famous teams in the world, but Juve have improved a lot and can take them on without fear.
Andrés Iniesta, Barcelona captain
As well as having that solid [defensive] block typical of Italian teams, they have players who can make the difference, some of the best in every position who are at a very high level. It will be a difficult tie, but with our capabilities we aim to push it in our favour.
Claudio Marchisio, Juventus midfielder
It will be completely different compared with the final in 2015. In Berlin it was a 90-minute match; now we have two games against Barcelona and we don’t have to think of it as a matter of revenge at all.
— Gianluigi Buffon (@gianluigibuffon) 17 March 2017
ECWC: European Cup Winners’ Cup