Juventus vs Ajax

Juventus vs Ajax Live : Juventus and Cristiano Ronaldo welcome Ajax to Northern Italy on Tuesday for the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal tie as they fight for one of the last four spots Juventus host Ajax in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final on Tuesday. Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong is fit to face Juventus in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday, according to his agent Ali Dursun. Ajax and Juventus finished all square after the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinal played in Holland

Juventus host Ajax in the second leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final on Tuesday, with the two sides level at 1-1 after the first leg in Amsterdam.

The result means the tie is finely balanced, but the Italian champions look to have the edge courtesy of their away goal and the fact they have home advantage in the return leg.

However, Ajax will not lack for confidence in Turin. Erik ten Hag’s talented young team beat holders Real Madrid 4-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in the last round on their way to a 5-3 aggregate victory.

Juventus go into the game after missing the chance to clinch an eighth successive Serie A title on Saturday.

Massimiliano Allegri’s men were beaten 2-1 by SPAL, although the Juve boss did rest several key players, including Cristiano Ronaldo, for the match.

Ajax will therefore face a fresh Ronaldo, and Allegri has also hinted that Moise Keane and Paulo Dybala could feature on Tuesday

Ajax and Juventus finished all square after the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinal played in Holland with a score of 1-1, and Juve will be content with that away goal as they head back to Italy for the second leg.

Both goals came on either side of the halftime whistle, with Cristiano Ronaldo nodding home a header just before the halftime whistle and then David Neres scoring a beautiful goal right at the beginning of the second half.

The Serie A side have also had some good news on the injury front ahead of the match.

Emre Can, Rodrigo Bentancur, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi have all recovered from injury, while the club’s medical staff are “optimistic” Giorgio Chiellini and Douglas Costa will be fit, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Allegri has warned his team not to drop their guard against the Dutch side, per JTV (h/t Football Italia):

“Ajax always play the same way, it doesn’t matter if they are at home or on their travels,” he said. “That means we must play well and have great respect for them. It’s a difficult match against a very impressive team.”

Ajax warmed up for Tuesday’s clash with a 6-2 Eredivisie thrashing of Excelsior. However, the win came at a cost after key midfielder Frenkie de Jong limped off with a hamstring injury.

Barcelona vs Manchester United

Barcelona vs Manchester United Live : Since 2000, these teams have meet on three occasions: twice in the Finals Barcelona won both of those matches and once in the Semifinals, with Man United winning. Man United has lost to Barcelona on their last three visits to Camp Nou, and in two of those matches they failed to score. So it ends for Manchester United, as they lose 1-0 at home to Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal matchup. Barcelona has its away goal, and United has a tall task

Barcelona welcomes Manchester United to the Camp Nou on Tuesday with a spot in the Champions League semifinals on the line. It’s the second leg of the quarterfinals in Spain with Barca leading 1-0 following last Wednesday’s second leg. In that match, it was an own goal off a header from Luis Suarez that gave Barca the slim, yet valuable advantage entering this one, where a win or a draw will see them advance.

Barcelona: A draw is enough for Barca, while a goal would still leave United needing two goals. They’ll look to be cautious defensively and patient in attack to eliminate any quick build up from the English club. Two goals will probably be enough to kill this one off.

Manchester United: The Red Devils pulled off the shocker at PSG in the round of 16, so they’ll be boosted knowing they can do it again here against a Barca team that at time can look quite inconsistent. They are big underdogs, and they’ll likely need the strength of Romelu Lukaku to help hold the ball up and cause trouble on set pieces.

Barcelona and Manchester United meet in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final at the Camp Nou on Tuesday, with the Blaugrana holding a 1-0 aggregate lead.

Barca are favourites to reach the last four, and not just because of their first-leg win at Old Trafford. Key players have also been rested in La Liga recently, including attacking talisman Lionel Messi.

By contrast, United’s resources have been stretched amid a tense battle to finish in the top four of the Premier League and qualify for this tournament next season.

While Barca’s star men took a breather, United needed their big guns just to scrape a 2-1 win at home to West Ham United. It means the La Liga team should be fresher.

Making the most of the advantage will be vital against a United squad with the players to create crucial away goals. Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial’s pace up top will be a test for centre-back Gerard Pique, but Barca can cut off the supply lines again by bossing midfield as they did in Manchester.

Paul Pogba was kept quiet, as Sergio Busquets, Arthur Melo, Ivan Rakitic and Philippe Coutinho owned the ball. Making better use of possession has to be the hosts’ priority after they managed just six shots, with three on target, during the first leg, per Sky Sports.

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may be more concerned about what his own players do with the ball after they failed to register a shot on target in the first leg. Getting key attackers, including Romelu Lukaku, involved in the game proved a challenge

Solskjaer has to find a way for his strikers and Pogba to enjoy more freedom this time. The France international has the vision and running power to fashion chances for a team likely to soak up pressure and try to score on the break.