Line-up: Audero; Lichtsteiner, Benatia, Barzagli, Asamoah; Marchisio (Pjanić 56), Khedira (Mandžukić 59); Cuadrado, Dybala (Kean 79), Sturaro; Higuaín.
Form guide (all competitions, most recent first): WWWLWD
- With a sixth straight Serie A title wrapped up last week, Juventus concluded their league campaign with a dramatic comeback win. Emil Audero, making his Serie A debut in goal as Gianluigi Buffon was rested, had no chance of stopping Saphir Taïder‘s stunning effort and there was also a blow when Claudio Marchisio went off, having ice applied to his knee. But Juve pushed hard for an equaliser and Paulo Dybala got it on the rebound after a Gonzalo Higuaín effort was saved. Moise Kean replaced Dybala and deep in added time won it with a diving header, becoming the first 2000-born player to score in Serie A.
Real Madrid have no weekend game
Form guide (all competitions, most recent first): WWWLWW
After securing a first Liga title since 2012, and not involved in Saturday’s Copa del Rey final, Madrid have been able to fully focus on their quest to become the first side to retain the UEFA Champions League in its current format. This week the club announced the signing of Brazilian youngster Vinicius Jr, who will arrive in 2018, while they also welcomed Gareth Bale back to full training ahead of the final in the Welshman’s home town.