Chelsea vs Juventus – UWCL: TV channel, livestream, team news and prediction


Chelsea lifted the FA Cup for women at Wembley on Sunday to finally complete last season’s domestic treble. But the events do not end for Emma Hayes as Juventus are the visitors on match day five of the women’s Champions League group stage.

These two clubs are currently on their way to the quarter-finals, but neither of them is guaranteed a place in the last eight draws yet, as two-time Champions League winners and three-time runners-up Wolfsburg are still within touching distance.

That makes points important for both Chelsea and Juventus here to put as little pressure on match day six next week as possible.

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When is kick off? Wednesday 8 December, 20:00 (GMT)Where is the match played? KingsmeadowTV channel / livestream? DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube channelHighlights? DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube channelJudge? Sara Persson (SWE)

Lauren James Will Not Be Involved / Naomi Baker / GettyImages

Chelsea have no new injury problems after the FA Cup final, but Maren Mjelde and Lauren James are still working on their condition and will not be involved.

Pernille Harder returned from injury from the bench at Wembley and fans hope to see more of her this week, especially as she made the difference in the reverse match.

Valentina Cernoia has stayed at home in Turin / Giuseppe Cottini / GettyImages

Juventus have traveled to London without the influential midfielder Valentna Cernoia and the experienced Swedish defender Linda Sembrant.

Arianna Caruso is back in the squad after previously having to be isolated due to covid-19.

Chelsea: Berger; Bright, Carter, Eriksson; Fleming, Ji, Leupolz, Reiten; Kirby, Kerr, Harder

Juventus: Peyraud-Magnin; Lenzini, Gama, Salvai, Boattin; Rosucci, Pedersen, Zamanian; Bonansea, Girelli, Fast

Pernille Harder scored the winning goal in Turin in October / Valerio Pennicino / GettyImages

Juventus were eliminated immediately in 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21 and are still relatively newcomers at this elite level in women’s football. As such, the reverse match in Turin earlier this season is the only time these clubs have met in a competitive environment.

Chelsea won 2-1 at the time, with Pernille Harder making a winner in the second half after Erin Cuthbert’s opener was set by Barbara Bonansea.

Emma Hayes meets a familiar enemy in Juve boss Joe Montemurro after his time as manager of Arsenal. But playing at home, after winning in Turin, and high after a trophy win just a few days ago, Chelsea are favorites to take the three points here.

Prediction: Chelsea 3-1 Juventus

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