Atletico Madrid hold a 2-0 lead over Juventus from the first leg of the Champions League round-of-16 clash and look set to close out the game in Italy to progress to the quarter-finals.
Diego Simeone’s men have the advantage in the game thanks to two late goals from central defenders Jose Gimenez and Diego Godin at the Metropolitano two weeks ago.
They had showed great character to take the victory in the first leg as they had had a goal chalked off by VAR and also a penalty denied.
It was a typically gutsy display by Atletico, who are arguably the finest team in the world at holding onto a lead and defending resolutely under Simeone.
They have by far and away the stingiest defence in La Liga, having only conceded 17 goals in 27 games, while in the Champions League they only let in two goals in the entire group stage.
Given their two-goal cushion, it is likely that Simeone will set up defensively to try and keep Juve quiet, and it is 7/1 on the second leg to end goalless.
Even if Atletico were to get an away goal, which should make the tie safe, a price of 7/2 for them to also keep a clean sheet is worth considering given their defensive record.
It would perhaps be foolish to write off Juventus entirely, as with Cristiano Ronaldo in their line-up, anything could be possible.
The former Real Madrid man would love to score against a former big rival, and he has scored 21 goals in 35 games across all competitions this season.
The 33-year-old can be backed at 10/11 to add another strike to his tally, although a two-goal cushion should be enough for Atletico to negotiate their way into the quarter-finals.