Tottenham Hotspur will meet Juventus for the first time in a competitive fixture when they travel to Turin for the Champions League round of 16 first-leg. Spurs come off a solid 1-0 win over Arsenal in the Premier League, but they are up against an outfit which have kept seven consecutive clean sheets across all competitions.
Hugo Lloris had a relatively quiet game versus the Gunners last weekend, barring a late scare from Alexandre Lacazette who nearly found the scoresheet. The skipper is certain to start in goal.
Serge Aurier has been utilised in the Cup competitions of late, and Mauricio Pochettino could go with the additional pace of the Ivorian on the right side of the defence.