2015 Champions League Final: Barcelona v Juventus Preview



Ahead of the 2015 Champions League Final, with Barcelona and Juventus to contest the eagerly anticipated match in Berlin on 6th June, we bring you the latest news and updates on the Champions League duo, as well as detailed preview, and all the Champions League stats for the 2015 final as well as for the two finalists, Barcelona and Juventus – in their long and arduous campaign this season.

Barca’s devastating triumvirate – Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar – will arrive seeking footballing immortality. Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini and Paul Pogba will be among the black and white wall attempting to stop them, with Carlos Tevez and Alvaro Morata looking to get the jump on the likes of Gerard Pique and Sergio Busquets in the Catalan rearguard. Serie A vs La Liga – its sure to be a cracker!

Here at Soccerlens, we just live for games such as this, and in anticipation of the climactic game of the 2014/15 season, the pinnacle of the sport, we’ve constructed a nifty infographic to provide you with all the must-have stats, records, line-up predictions, and much much more!

Champions League Final

We’re banking on it being a tight affair, certainly an enthralling one, and there is a huge bonus on Bet365 if you are keen on betting on the game. Juventus enter as clear underdogs, with Barcelona’s goalscoring exploits this season the envy of Europe. But having ousted Real Madrid in the semi-finals, it would be foolish to underestimate the Italians. Massimiliano Allegri has done exceptionally well since taking over, and has led his side to the cusp of the treble.

Thing is, Barca are neck and neck with them in the hunt for a third trophy this season. It really couldn’t have been set up any better!

History is on the side of Barca – with the Catalans having won the trophy four times compared to Juve’s twice – and they will take some stopping this time around.

The Italians have already brought Cristiano Ronaldo to a halt. Can they do the same to Leo Messi?

What do you think? Can Juve go all the way, or will Barca sweep all before them?

See you on the 6th!


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  1. Edwin Beyan 5 June, 2015