Juventus vs Tottenham Live Score International Champions Cup 2016 Live Streaming TOT v JUV Match Preview Prediction 26th July: Juventus plays against Tottenham in the International Champions Cup third match day at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne.
Juventus plays in the Serie A, and Tottenham plays in the English Premier League. Tottenham will be playing their first game, and Juventus has already played their first game as they played against Melbourne Victory. Both teams play in group 2 with Atletico Madrid and Melbourne Victory.
Juventus vs Tottenham Live Score
26th July 2016 at 15:30 (IST).
Melbourne Cricket Grounds, Melbourne, Australia.
JUV vs TOT Preview
Juventus plays in the Italian Serie A and is the champions of last season. They have made some interesting transfers to keep that title in their hands for the next season.
They have bought Marko Pjaca from Dinamo Zagreb for 23 mil Euros on a five-year contract, they have loaned several players also as Donis has been loaned to Nice, Benatia has been loaned Bayern Munich, Leali has been loaned to Olympiakos, Vitale to Cesena. Padoi has been bought by Cagliari for 600 k Euros. They have also bought Dani Alves from Barcelona on a free transfer and Pjanic from Roma for 32 mil Euros.
Tottenham plays in the English Premier League and were the title contenders last season but Leicester City clinched it, they finished third in the table with 70 points from the 38 games they played from 19 wins, 13 draws, and six losses, scoring 69 goals and conceding 35, one point below Arsenal.
Harry Kane finished as the league’s top scorer with 25 goals to his name with Delle Alli scoring ten goals as well; he also had nine assists to his name as well as Erik Lamela, who also had nine assists to his name.
They have bought Victor Wanyama from Southampton to add to their attacking force and have given Kevin Wimmer a contract extension until 2021.
JUV vs TOT Prediction
As this is a friendly both teams will play in the spirit of the game.
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