Juventus has not pleased many with its season, either in terms of efforts in Serie A or in the Champions League. In Italy, they are in 7th position, which considering how they play, is not such a bad position. Coach Massimo Allegri should have been fired a long time ago, but for some reason, no one does it, probably because of the big contract he has. In the Champions League, Juventus are already eliminated, after the disastrous result line 1-0-4. Now it's about not falling for an even bigger spectacular failure than they already did, by squabbling away 3rd place (which gives play in the Europa League) by standing for a weak result here while Maccabi Haifa achieves a good result against Benfica. Juve and the Israelis both stand on 3 points, and since it is completely even between the teams in terms of head-to-head meetings, it is the goal difference that determines whether the teams end up on the same point. Right now, Juventus has a six-goal better goal difference than Maccabi Haifa. PSG may be ready for the round of 16, but still have things to play for. The team is fighting for first place against Benfica, and here too it is totally even in head-to-head meetings. A four-goal better goal difference than Benfica gives some breathing room, but it is important not to let the Portuguese take more points against Maccabi Haifa than they do against Juventus. Lots of prerequisites in the form of standings, points and goal difference now. As for the match Juventus - PSG, it must be said that Juventus is missing about half a dozen important players. Angel Di Maria, Paul Pogba, Bremer, Leandro Paredes, Mattia De Sciglio, Federico Chiesa and Danilo are all unavailable. PSG are only missing Danilo Pereira and Neymar. Right now there is a big difference in quality of these two teams, for Juventus it is better not to play any European competitions and to focus on Serie A. PSG will surely attack from the first minute and I think that in the end they will manage to outscore Juventus. Neymar will not play, but even without him, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe in attack should be enough for PSG to win and advance as the first from the group.