AS Monaco look to continue their incredible UEFA Champions League journey when they host Italian giants Juventus on Wednesday night May 3rd (May 4th in IST).
Monaco Vs Juventus UEFA Champions League May 3rd 2017 Details
Juventus have won one and drawn one of their two previous matches against Monaco. Monaco have won 93% of their last 14 home matches, whilst Juventus have only won 33% of their last six on the road.
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||3.05.2017 14:45 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||3.05.2017 19:45 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||4.05.2017 0:15 IST|
Stade Louis II, Monaco
TV Channels, Telecast Online
|USA TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||Fox Sports 1 USA, fuboTV, WatchESPN, ESPN Deportes Radio, SiriusXM FC,ESPN Deportes+ USA, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, ESPN Deportes USA, Fox Sports GO|
|UK TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||BT Sport Live Streaming, BT Sport 2|
|Indian TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||TEN 3|
Monaco Vs Juventus Live Online Commentary
AS Monaco reached this stage of the Champions League by sheer ability to score goals. Since reaching the knockout phase, French side scored 3 goals in each of their four outings, while defensive line still isn’t as solid as attack. This is Monaco’s third UEFA Champions League semi-final, they only made it to the finals only once, in 2003/04 when they lost to Jose Mourinho’s FC Porto. It was Juve, who eliminated them from this stage of the tournament in 1998. As regards hosts’ team news ahead of this match: defender Djibril Sidibe, midfielder Boscilia, and striker Guido Carrillo are out injured. On the flip side, Juventus are exactly opposite to their Ligue 1 opposition. The 0–0 draw at Camp Nou is their fifth straight clean sheet in the tournament. All together, Allegri’s men kept 8 clean sheets in 10 outings in the tournament so far. Juve reached the finals of the UEFA Champions League on eight previous occasions and they do hold of most number of runners-up after losing in six. Their most recent appearance was in 2014–15 when they lost to Barcelona. The Old Lady were crowned champions in 1984/85 and 1995/96. As for visitors team news: midfielder Marko Pjaca, defender Daniele Rugani, and striker Moise Kean are sidelined for Juve.