The English team passed the round after starting with three losses. If he wins Juventus, he doesn’t play anything, and Atlético doesn’t win, they’ll go to the round of 16.

It would be a miracle. Getting into eighths after starting the group stage with three losses of three is something that was only available to Newcastle 17 years ago. In Leverkusen they don’t seem very convinced (follow the game live on As.com). Simon Rolfes, sports director, gives “four or five percent” of possibilities to his people.

But it is possible. If the set of aspirins is imposed in the BayArena to a Juventus already classified as leader of group D and Atlético does not win their home game against Lokomotiv, the Germans will overtake the mattresses and seal their ticket to the round of 16. Bosz’s call for the epic and are in time to do so.

Four consecutive games in the Bundesliga without losing have given wings to the Germans, who also took the three points of the Allianz Arena two weeks ago and are already in European positions. Tonight, the eyes will once again be on Kai Havertz, called to lead his people in search of a triumph and a historical classification. In front you will have a Juventus who wants to give some rest to the heavyweights of the workforce, such as Cristiano. The Portuguese is the idol of a Havertz that is already on the agendas of the greats of Europe, but still does not test his power in the Champions League. Its time has come.

It is also Bosz’s time to test his potential at the highest level. The Leverkusen coach knows that the possibilities of making the impossible possible happen by drawing up a good plan and the Swiss already has one in mind. He wants to go for the game from the start, knowing that somewhat early before Sarri can increase nervousness and pressure in the Wanda. Therefore, Bosz will get a bold eleven in which everything points to Volland being the reference in attack and not Lucas Alario, despite his double against Schalke this past Saturday that gave victory to his people. Today’s happens to hit as soon as possible.

Match card and possible onces holders
Leverkusen: Hradecky; L. Bender, Tah, S. Bender, Wendell; Aránguiz, Baumgartlinger; Bellarabi, Havertz, Diaby; and Volland.

Juventus: Buffon; Danilo, Demiral, Rugani, Alex Sandro; Square, Pjanic, Rabiot; Bernardeschi; Higuain and Cristiano.

Referee: Bastien (France).

Stadium: BayArena.

Time: 21:00 (Mov. LC 3)

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