Published: Wed, March 07, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Juve strike duo Dybala and Higuain ready to face Tottenham

Juve strike duo Dybala and Higuain ready to face Tottenham

The Premier League outfit go into the second leg of their last 16 clash on level terms but with an advantage due to the two goals they scored out in Italy. We can win or lose everything we have worked for since the beginning of the season.

"We are a fearless team - very positive people that love the challenge", he said. "You can see that the team is more mature and more competitive every season".

"Since the beginning of the season and last season when we used to play here in the Champions League or Europa League, it was a unusual feeling, a hard feeling".

"They're strong physically and technically and they will put us under pressure".

Alderweireld has only played FA Cup games against Newport and Rochdale since a three-month layoff from a hamstring injury, and has been deemed not fit enough to return for what is one of Spurs' biggest games of the season.

"If something happens which is not quite ideal or is only half a mistake, then in my next game, I am always determined to provide the answer I feel is due", he said at a news conference at Wembley.

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The Croatian had been expected to start alongside Paulo Dybala and Douglas Costa in a front three, but Allegri will now have to assess the fitness of Higuain, who has missed Juve's past two fixtures with an ankle injury, before making up his mind.

"But when they game starts, you are very focused on your own situation and your motivation to win the game". It's not only Italian football, it's the world of football that is affected.

"Now I think for our fans and us, it's like our home".

"It's a massive tragedy".

"I had the possibility to meet him five years ago because it was my idea to sign him when we were at Southampton". He works hard, scores goals, gives assists, gives great energy and, for me, he's someone who sometimes should get more credit from the outside because in this team, everyone appreciates him a lot'.

"It repeated everything in my mind with what happened with Dani [Jarque] when I was manager of Espanyol. It's so hard, it's so hard to understand what happens in these type of things".

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