Juventus will be without two of their key players ahead of their Champions League clash against Chelsea.
The Turin outfit will be taking on the Uefa Champions League winners in their second game in the group stages.
The Juventus manager has confirmed two of their key players won’t be making the trip against Chelsea on Wednesday.
Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala won’t both be making it to the team list on Wednesday night football in Europe.
They both are currently out injured and won’t be taking part in their Champions League clash and also Turin derby.
Max Allegri has confirmed that Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala will miss Wednesday’s Champions League game against Chelsea in the group stages.
The pair have picked up injuries which is a boost to the Blues’ chances of making it two wins from two in their group as they will be playing the Italian giant.
Allegri told Sky Italy: “Morata and Dybala will miss Chelsea game and they will miss Turin derby also.”
This doesn’t take anything away from the team who can cause an upset against the Premier League side.
It will be a clash that Chelsea need to win after losing against Manchester City in the English Premier League.
Juventus managed to claim a 3-2 win during their game in the Serie A which they have been struggling since start of the season.
The match between Chelsea Vs Juventus is evenly match with both teams standing equal chance of claiming three points.
A win could see either side making it 6 points from two games in the group stages after they both won their first match.