Juventus: This is game two of quite a tough part of the schedule. After beating rival Torino on Saturday, Juve has this match against Lokomotiv, then the team hosts Milan on Sunday, goes to Atalanta next week and then hosts Atletico Madrid in UCL. This isn’t a team that will overlook anybody, but could we maybe see Maurizio Sarri make some changes here in preparation for what’s to come?
Lokomotiv Moscow: Can they use the last game as motivation? Lokomotiv had a 1-0 lead late at Juve on Matchday 3 only to see Paulo Dybala score twice in the second half to complete a fantastic comeback for the Italian club. The Russian side has already shown it can compete in this group, but now the pressure is on to do it at home. The result at Juve could give needed confidence.