A little over a week ago, Juventus finally clinched their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League by beating Sevilla in a 3-1 victory at the San Siro.
The last time they faced Sevilla was in the round of 16 of the last season, and they’ve never lost to them.
They’ll face off against Bologna in the second leg, and then it’s on to the quarter finals.
It was a memorable encounter for Juventus fans.
The Nerazzurri had won the last two games in all competitions and were just a point adrift of a top-four finish.
Bologna, who had won all four games in Serie A in the previous two seasons, have won three of their previous four.
It’s a remarkable turnaround for a team who haven’t won in their last five league games.
Juventus are the first team to win back-to-back Champions League titles since Barcelona in 1999 and 2000, but they are also just one point above the relegation zone, with eight games left.
There’s no question they’ll be favourites to reach the quarter final, but a trip to Bolognana will be a very tough challenge for them.
They’ll also face Bolognas’ best rival, Juventus.
They have to be wary of the return leg at the Marassi, where they’re 2-1 up with six games remaining.
There were rumours that Bolognian might try to take away the momentum from their opponents by bringing in their own reinforcements, but that never happened.
Juventus are without their top scorer Mario Mandzukic (calf) and defender Massimiliano Allegri (knee).
Juventus could well go into this match having won two of their last three games.
They lost at the Bernabeu in the first leg of the group stage, but then won the second in the last four minutes to claim the three points.
The Bianconeri have won four of their past five games at home, but are currently bottom of the table, with four games to play.
They’re the only team to have won their last six games in the league.
Juve have conceded nine goals in the Champions league, and just two in the group stages.
The team have scored just eight goals in Serie B, and only two in Serie C.